“Tyron’s Mom Even Fell Asleep”- Jake Paul Takes a Brutal Dig at Tyron Woodley
Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley apparently share a few similar traits, that might be uncanny to observe for several fans. However, both the fighters have had their experiences in combat sports as well as the music industry. That said, their upcoming collision on August 29 has already split the communities into two halves.
Relying on a 3-0 undefeated streak, ‘The Problem Child’ has constantly expressed his superiority over Tyron Woodley. While the matchup has already seen verbal slurs coming from both sides, Paul recently took a fresh dig at the former UFC champion.
Taking shots at Woodley’s rap career, Jake Paul took to social media and wrote, “Tyron’s mom even fell asleep while he was making music.”
Meanwhile, former UFC fighter Tyron Woodley hasn’t reacted to it. Unlike Paul, ‘The Chosen One’ has mostly avoided verbal feuds in the build-up to his nearing fight. However, that hasn’t stopped him from vowing to vanquish his 24-year-old rival.
Following a split-up with UFC, Woodley’s move towards the ropes can resurrect him to the spotlight. However, defeat will be fatal and can end his combat career once and for all. Although Jake Paul will have a similar urge of winning, Woodley will have a lot more to prove from his side.
All these features cite a gruesome scrap ahead. The event will take place at Rocket Mortgage Field House in Cleveland, Ohio, and will be available live on the Showtime PPV. No wonder it can be a spectacular night of action. Here’s a look at the full fight card.
Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley: Full Fight Card
Main event:- Jake “Problem Child” Paul vs. Tyron “Chosen One” Woodley (cruiserweight)
Co-main event:- Amanda “Real Deal” Serrano vs. Yamileth Mercado (featherweight)
Ivan “The Beast” Barancyhk vs. Montana “Too Pretty” Love (welterweight)
Daniel “Dynamite” Dubois vs. Juiseppe “Joe” Cusumano (heavyweight)
Tommy “TNT” Fury vs. Anthony “Pretty Boy” Taylor (catchweight)
Paul vs Woodley: How to watch it?
Fight Fans in India can watch the bout on the 30th of August from 8.30 AM onwards. The fight will be on air at Showtime and will be available on a pay-per-view basis.