Jake Paul defeated Tyron Woodley to move to 4-0 as a professional boxer with his split decision the most successful fight of his career to date.
The YouTube star admits training has been draining over the past 18 months and that he intends to relax, recharge the batteries and consider his future in the sport.
Though he did promise to rematch the former UFC champion if he gets a tattoo that says: “I love Jake Paul”.
Woodley swiftly accepted the terms before shaking Paul’s hand: “Bet, let’s go!”
But other options lie ahead for Paul, who could meet with Tommy Fury, who won a points decision on the undercard against Anthony Taylor.
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“I’m not sure [if Tommy Fury is next],” Paul said. “I haven’t stopped, I need to figure who I am.
“I’m keeping my head on straight, I’ll get back in the gym when ready. Let’s see.”
Paul’s trash talk in the build-up to the Woodley fight included Canelo Alvarez, with the Mexican pound-for-pound superstar top of his bucket list of opponents as he continues his adventure into the sweet science.
That match-up is obviously farfetched, especially after a taxing fight against Woodley, who was making his boxing debut.
But sportsbetting.ag have released odds on who will be Paul’s next opponent with the Woodley rematch the front-runner currently.
Jake Paul next opponent odds
- Tyron Woodley 2.5
- Tommy Fury 3.0
- Conor McGregor 9.0
- Jorge Masvidal 9.0
- Dillon Danis 9.0
- Nate Diaz 13.0
- Joe Fournier 13.0
- Anderson Silva 13.0
- Canelo Alvarez 17.0
- Manny Pacquiao 17.0
- Oscar De La Hoya 17.0
- Donald Cerrone 17.0
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