HomeBoxingJake Paul Targets Conor McGregor After Tyron Woodley Victory
Jake Paul Targets Conor McGregor After Tyron Woodley Victory
August 31, 2021
Jake Paul still celebrating his victory over Former UFC Champion Tyron Woodley, has turned his focus towards the next possible opponent Conor McGregor with 100% believe that he can win.
With McGregor, Paul will have one of the biggest stars in combat, far bigger than Tyron Woodley and could generate an even greater spectacle that will generate more more Money both at the Gate and Pay-Per-View. Paul-Woodley dis big figures but Paul- McGregor will do better numbers than figures from the Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse on Sunday.
Paul nicknamed “The Problem Child” has lived up to his name so far in being provocative and has been able to back it up in the ring. Paul edged Woodley with a split decision on Sunday night after which he sent a message to Conor McGregor in his Post Fight Press Conference.
“For sure,” Paul said regarding a showdown with McGregor. “You know, we’re on the path to a lot bigger fights. I’m salivating, too, because I’m just getting warmed up. You know, Conor McGregor has a lot more to focus on besides me right now. I’m five wins in a row. He’s 1-3 in the past four years. So, guy needs to get off his little vodka or whatever the f—- his brand is, and sober up and start to get back in the f—— gym, and then we can f——- fight.
“But to be honest, no way he hits harder than Woodley. He doesn’t weigh as much as Woodley. He’s shorter than Woodley. I said it before the fight – I think Woodley’s a harder fight than him. Especially on the way where he’s going. Conor’s going down. I’m going up. Woodley came in game. We’ll see.”
Tyron Woodley presented the biggest test to Paul’s undefeated record of ( 4-0, 3KO’s) which he has accumulated over the course of three years starting with the his knockout over Fellow YouTuber Ali Eson Gib, then knocked out Retired NBA player Nate Robinson before knocking out Retired UFC fighter Ben Askren.
Conor McGregor still one of the biggest names in the UFC and was ones the biggest name. However, he lost his boxing debut to Floyd Mayweather in a boxing fight back in 2017. Mayweather knocked out McGregor in the 10th round of their junior Welterweight fight at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.