Jake Paul: UFC star Colby Cunnington claims that Tyrone Woodley was paid to stay behind. Is Jack Pau
December 18 in Tampa, Florida is an important event in the history of MMA between 2 undefeated fighters Jake Paul and Tommy Fury. But there is a lot of speculation about this match. Another recent statement against Jake Paul came after Colby Cunnington, the current leader of the UFC Welterweight Rankings, claimed that Jake Paul had beaten his last rival, former UFC Welterweight Champion Tyrone Woodley, on August 29. Had paid to lose. Jake Paul competed against Tyrone Woodley on August 29 and won the first split of his career. And with that, Jake Paul's record went 4-0. The fight took place in Paul's home state of Ohio, and in preparation for his fight with Tommy Fury, Cunnington "called" him, who called Paul "Snake Paul." People have raised a lot of questions about Jake Paul's last fight, especially the fourth round of boxing, in which Woodley had an overhand right land that sent Paul through the ropes. After which the audience became frustrated as it seems that Woodley will try to remove Paul after he has clearly shaken him. But Woodley didn't do the opposite. Cunnington felt the round was suspicious, and told MMA News: He hit [Woodley] in the fourth [round] and shook him badly. Literally, almost fell out of the ring. Finished. " He added: "It was definitely a job, no doubt about it. You know, Tyrone Woodley was paid not to go on the 'snake' sail and stop." "So you could say that Tyrone Woodley was paid to dive and it was a job. So you can't think much about it at work when someone has a lot of money from YouTube and Disney. " Let your readers know that Cunnington defeated Woodley in his only UFC meeting via TKO, when Woodley suffered a rib injury early in the fifth and final round. He claims that Woodley took the 'Daewoo', which is a deliberate loss, but it is unlikely that Tommy Fury will do so in his fight with Paul on December 18 in Tampa, Florida. But Fury's father, John, dismissed the rumors as baseless and said: "People think Tommy is being compensated for losing, they're joking. Instead of leaving a frenzy on the road, they will be put to death." Tommy will step into Octagon on December 18 with a record of 7-0 with four knockouts and Jake Paul 4-0 with 3 knockouts. Paul is unbeatable but he has only competed against the debutants. Fury is currently the favorite of the Odes maker and in the corner will be his brother Tyson, who has just defeated Deonte Wilder in a legendary battle. The question arises as to whose hand you want to see raised. ? And how are you watching this match?