Floyd Mayweather Exposes ‘Fixed’ Jake Paul Fight

Tyron Woodley told the MMA Hour about what Floyd Mayweather told him after his loss to Jake Paul. Mayweather believes Woodley won the fight, “Floyd just said, you know, um, Floyd don’t like when I talk about a lot of technique and stuff that we work on. He’s really secretive with that. But it was some things that I did really well that he said I should have did more of. He did say just a little bit more output. He did feel like I won the fight. He said, ‘You know, I told you that he (Jake Paul) was going to be kind of scared of you. You’ve been there before’. He said, ‘He ain’t been hit with no sh** yet. We’re gonna see how he responds’. He said, ‘You’ve been hit with four-ounce gloves, and you can take it. Let’s see how he deals with that’.”



The legendary boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. was invited to the highly-anticipated bout between Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley by Tyron’s camp but he did not show up at the event.

Logan Paul opens up on Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Logan Paul, the older brother of YouTube star-turned-boxer Jake Paul, had some fighting words about Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Speaking on Showtime’s pay-per-view broadcast prior to Jake Paul’s fight against former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley on Sunday night, Logan Paul said he “retired Floyd Mayweather,” referring to their exhibition fight June 6.

“The dude’s on my highlight reel,” Paul said. “I busted his eardrum.”

Logan Paul, who lost a couple of fights to YouTuber KSI and did not appear to do significant damage to Mayweather, said he would soon return to the ring and complimented his own boxing skills. Jake Paul Mom Exposes Him As Fraud

“Come on, baby, baby,” Paul said when asked if he would appear in a professional fight. “Come on. Yeah, of course, I have to. This is the coolest thing on the planet. You think about the Roman Colosseum, when you watch the gladiators fight to the death. Look around. My brother filled this arena up in Cleveland, Ohio, his home city. It’s the coolest thing anyone could ever ask for.

“I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: Fighters, bro, modern day gladiators. There is no more dangerous athlete. When the fighter walks in the room, everyone feels it. He’s got a presence. And it’s cool, I love it. I love the sport, I love entertaining. And honestly, I’m f—ing good, bro.”

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