- Jake Paul stopped Tyron Woodley with a stunning one-punch knockout in the sixth round of their rematch
- This was the second time in four months both fighters met after former UFC champion Woodley replaced Tommy Fury at two weeks' notice
- Paul has now extended his unbeaten professional boxing record to 5-0 following the victory against Woodley
Jake Paul just like his elder brother Logan Paul is making waves in boxing after securing a devastating knockout win against former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley.
Jake Paul was initially slated to fight former Love Island star Tommy Fury but the Briton pulled out of the bout after picking up a bacteria chest infection, leaving Woodley to step up on short notice to replace him.
Woodley lost the first bout against Jake Paul back in August after a split decision but was dropped in the 6th round this time around.
Despite blood dripping down his face after an accidental headbutt by Woodley in the 3rd round, Paul responded well by not allowing Woodley to build any momentum.
Then suddenly in the sixth round, Paul launched a right hand which landed right on Woodley's jaw, dropping him to the canvas.
The referee immediately stopped the clash, with Paul extending his unbeaten professional boxing record to 5-0.
It was a sensational knockout that the Youtuber-turned-boxer celebrated by leaping onto the ropes.
Mike Tyson agrees to become Anthony Joshua’s trainer ahead of his rematch with Usyk
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that legendary Mike Tyson has reportedly agreed to train Anthony Joshua who is preparing for his rematch against Ukrainian sensation Oleksandr Usyk.
It was gathered that Tyson would see such a move as an honour having stated that AJ has so much potentials, despite losing his belts to Usyk.
It was gathered that Joshua has been preparing for the rematch in the US and his promoter Eddie Hearn recently bumped into “Iron Mike” Tyson as they attended Canelo Alvarez's victory over Caleb Plant in Las Vegas.
Dillian Whyte hits out at Joshua
Meanwhile, Legit.ng also reported that British heavyweight contender Dillian Whyte has knocked Anthony Joshua for his loss to Oleksandr Usyk last September.
AJ lost all his belts to the Ukrainian who outboxed him in front of his home fans at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
It is understood that the tactics of Joshua's coach Rob McCracken was questioned during the fight against Usyk and the 32-year-old is on the lookout for a new coaching crew in the United States.
However, former Common Wealth champion Whyte has played down the reports that McCracken was to blame for AJ's loss to Usyk.
Source: Sports Brief News