Jake Paul Warns Tyron Woodley About His “Overwhelming Cardio, Consistency, and Precise Punch Selection”
Jake Paul has branded himself as a hotshot of boxing in a short span of time. Over the past few months, he’s sent shock waves in the fight world with his antics in and outside the squared circle. Also, to expand his fan base in this vertical of combat sports, Paul is always curious to battle the sturdy bigwigs of boxing and MMA. That said, the YouTuber turned boxer is currently aligned to face Tyron Woodley. And for this fight, he has put himself in ‘deep waters’ literally.
Recently, ‘The Problem Child’ shared a picture on his social handle. In this photo, he’s seen doing underwater cardio to prepare in the most efficient manner.
“my pro fights haven’t lasted long, but in sparring, I love taking my opponents into deep waters and drowning them with my overwhelming cardio, consistency, and precise punch selection… Soon we will see how well Tyron can swim,” he wrote.
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Paul broke into the news headlines when he smothered the ex-NBA star, Nate Robinson, in November 2020. After winning that fight in the most sensational fashion, Paul called out the bigwigs of boxing and MMA. And since then, his career graph and fan base have gone sky-high.
In his last fight, he locked horns with the former UFC welterweight, Ben Askren. As expected, ‘The Problem Child’ claimed a gratifying win in this fight and grabbed extensive eyeballs with his performance.
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Now, he’s again aligned to face a stern contender in Tyron Woodley, who had a stellar run in the UFC. Moving into this fight, Paul will again look to add a thunderous win, thus solidifying his resume.
Can Jake Paul overpower Tyron Woodley too?
Tyron Woodley is unquestionably the toughest opponent for the YouTube boxing star. The latter has a short yet sublime boxing stint and he’s highly confident of putting on a win.
But tackling the ex-UFC champ won’t be so easy for the Ohio native. Woodley is himself a highly skilled mixed martial artist and it’ll be interesting to see whether Paul can really overpower him.
What do you draw off Paul’s above comments?
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