Five Videos That Prove Tyron Woodley Can Knockout Jake Paul

Published 12/18/2021, 5:43 AM EST


Tyron Woodley may haven’t tasted victory in the past few years, but that doesn’t take away his legitimate features as an elite knockout artist. The 5X UFC welterweight champion was on a roar in the MMA world before ending his dominance in the UFC. Even though he switched to boxing but the result for him didn’t change. Woodley lost his boxing debut to Jake Paul, garnering more scratches on his combat legacy. However, the former champion can still pose an enormous threat to ‘The Problem Child’.

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As the rematch will happen on December 18, Woodley has all the chances of silencing his critics. Despite being one-fight old in boxing, ‘The Chosen One’ can rely on his preparations, skills, power, and years of experience to decimate ‘The Problem Child’.

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That said, Woodley can clearly KO Jake Paul. Here’s a look at his UFC highlights that can also be a stern warning for Jake Paul.

Top 5 Tyron Woodley Highlights

Tyron Woodley has several highlight-reel KOs in his career. Even in his failed boxing debut, he sampled his power brilliantly. But nothing beats his prime version in the UFC, where ‘T-Wood’ seemed invincible at one point.

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He was already being considered a welterweight G.O.A.T before Kamaru Usman snatched the gold from Woodley and cornered him from the fame. Well, several years back, Woodley’s vicious KOs will still turn heads and remain relevant in the history of UFC action. He has 7 KOs in the UFC alongside multiple submissions.

From Josh Koscheck to Carlos Condit and Robbie Lawler, several UFC elites have fallen in Woodley’s KO-trap. Hence, Jake Paul is clearly not the biggest name in Woodley’s resume and can see a horrific outcome when put inside the ring against ‘The Chosen One’.

‘T-Wood’ almost stopped Jake Paul

In August Woodley and Paul went into an eight-round of cruiserweight slugfest. Paul won the fight via split decision and for the first time, he couldn’t stop his opponent. It was Jake Paul’s toughest fight so far and he could have also lost it on the scorecard. Woodley charged up ‘The Problem Child’ and rocked him with vicious combinations in round four.

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Tyron Woodley didn’t rush for the kill, and Paul survived by the ropes. Having missed this chance to dominate Paul baffled many fans. The bout then lasted for all eight rounds, and Paul took on Woodley several times. Despite this, Woodley displayed his capability of knocking out the Youtuber.

What time is Jake Paul Fight 2021?

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The first fight ended in Jake Paul’s favor on August 29 and the re-match will happen on December 18 in Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida. The main card will begin at 6:00 PM (PT) and 9:00 PM (ET). By the time we see the main-event, it will be 9:00 PM (PT) and will be around 12:00 PM (ET). The entire event will be available on Showtime and FITE TV all over the world.

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Raj Sarkar

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A senior boxing writer at EssentiallySports, Raj Sarkar is a mass media graduate who is currently pursuing his master’s degree in broadcast journalism. In addition to his current role, he has worked with the MMA team at EssentiallySports and has interviewed prominent fighters such as Ritu Phogat and 'The Red King' Rory MacDonald. Combining his bachelor's degree with his adoration for combat sports, he has earned a combined 3000 plus bylines over the last two years.

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