No tattoo, no fight. Youtuber turned boxer Jake Paul is moving on from planning a rematch with former MMA fighter Tyron Woodley. Why you ask, well because Woodley failed to live up to a tattoo bet the pair made after the first fight.
Jake Paul, Tyron Woodley Make Interesting Tattoo Bet Ahead Of Fight https://t.co/KXxM7m36Cy
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Following the fight, the two had a gentleman’s agreement in place to fight again. Woodley said he wanted a rematch, to which Paul said Woodley would have to get an “I love Jake Paul” tattoo somewhere on his body.
Woodley agreed and the two shook hands.
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Woodley still hasn’t gotten the tattoo yet.
“I’m over it,” Paul said. “I’m leaving Tyron in the past. He didn’t live up to the bet — he didn’t get the tattoo. So, the rematch just doesn’t make sense anymore.”
“If he would have gotten the tattoo right away, got 10 million views on his Instagram video, [then] everyone would have been super hyped, there would have been a ton of press around it,” Paul said. “And I would have been sort of forced to do it. I couldn’t really deny him then, because if he’s going to be a man of his word, then I have to be a man of my word. So, he f—ed up. He missed out on another big payday because of his ego.”
So, if not Woodley again, who is next for the now 4-0 Paul? There are several “options,” Paul said.
Jake Paul moves on from Tyron Woodley rematch: No tattoo https://t.co/jeEsOnTYRb
— Marc Raimondi (@marc_raimondi) September 13, 2021
Paul is 4-0, with 4 KO in his novelty boxing career.
Who knows who’ll he fight next, but it will probably be a big enough name to draw those PPV buys.
I for one think Conor McGregor should fight Paul. That would be the ultimate clown fight.