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Jake Paul destroys Tyron Woodley with one of the best knockouts of 2021

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Content creator and now professional boxer Jake Paul dramatically knocked out former UFC champion Tyron Woodley in the sixth round of the rematch fight that took place on Saturday December 18 at Amalie Arena, Tampa, Florida, USA, LA which was broadcast on Showtime.

Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley

Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley saw each other for the second time this year in the ring, as the youtuber and content creator had been scheduled to fight Tommy Fury but for health reasons he had to leave the fight, and Woodley was the respective replacement . The first fight left Paul as winner by split decision, and in this case he said he would knock out Woodley and he did.

The fight was slightly different from the first one: the first two rounds consisted of a few strikes, with Paul using the jab very well and occasionally releasing his right hand, while Woodley tried to manage the distances, throwing some forehand punches and especially take advantage of Paul’s attacks to create the clinch and attack from there.

The most exciting part of the third round was the cut on Paul’s forehead from an accidental collision with Woodley’s elbow, which gave Woodley more courage and he risked more, throwing more and better straight shots.

Rounds 4 and 5 were quite monotonous, where there was very little boxing and many clinches, the audience in the arena was starting to get upset and let the boxers know.

The sixth and final round arrives, and what seemed like one more round of the same thing we saw, ended up being the knockout of the night and without a doubt one of the best of the year. Paul distracts Woodley with his jab and throws his right hand powerfully towards his face, Woodley lowers his left hand with which he was protecting the upper area and therefore Paul’s blow enters fully and literally sends him asleep to the canvas.

Paul vs Woodley: main card facts

Main card results
Liam Paro vs Yomar Alamo
Paro wins by split decision
Amanda Serrano vs Miriam Gutierrez
Serrani wins by unanimous decision
Deron Williams vs Frank Gore
Williams wins by split decision

Amanda Serrano and her great boxing

Multiple champion Amanda Serrano, who came into her fight with an incredible 42-1-1 record, convincingly defeated Miriam Gutierrez from Spain in a 10-round fight, in what was the co-main event of the night.

Serrano displayed spectacular boxing, with which he even made many think that he would be able to knock out Gutierrez in the first round. However, the Spaniard proved to be a Gerrera with a huge heart, and not only withstood the onslaught of the champion, but between her messy boxing she managed to land several blows, helped by Serrano’s posture with her guard down on several occasions.

Serrano again showed exquisite boxing, with many tools and especially showed that she is ready to face the great boxer Katie Taylor, in what could turn out to be one of the best fights for the year 2022.

Returning to the main fight, we must mention what can happen now with Jake Paul, who in his interview inside the ring challenged Jorge Masvidal. This guy has shown that out of all the assumptions he likes to talk about prior to his fights, he has decent boxing to this day, and we look forward to his next fight being against a professional boxer who also competes in the same category. of weight.

Possibly the best option for Paul is to resume the fight against Tommy Fury, as it not only complements the aforementioned, but also represents a lot of media value and therefore more sales per event.

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