Jake Paul was slated to fight Tommy Fury in his latest boxing exhibition. But after the fighter dropped out, only one man made sense to fight with little notice: Tyron Woodley.
Woodley was beaten by Paul via a decision earlier in the year. And he has been searching for a rematch ever since.
But ahead of the fight, Jake Paul looked ahead at who might be next after the rematch.
“Look, there’s a lot of sh*t talk going back and forth, and I would love to make that fight happen, if it’s even possible. I know he’s with the UFC, so whatever happens will happen. But that’s a massive fight, and I think the people need to see that one. I’ve got to get through Tyron, maybe Tommy [Fury]. Who knows? Maybe Nate Diaz, maybe Conor McGregor. The road path is massive right now.”
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Jake Paul would go on to say that he expects some fireworks when he encounters Nate Diaz during the Woodley fight this weekend.
Honestly, I think it’s probably going to be the end of Paul’s success if he were to go up against Diaz. First off, the guy is a legitimate striker who will be aiming to knock Paul out from the first bell. But when push comes to shove, no one is going to give Paul too much credit until he starts competing against actual boxers.
Hopefully Tyron Woodley will take care of business this time around. And if that ends up being the case, I’m sure Paul will call for a trilogy fight before he lines anything else up.