Jake Paul poses topless ahead of rematch with Tyron Woodley after putting a 'bounty' on his head with $500,000 KO bonus

Jake Paul poses topless ahead of rematch with Tyron Woodley after putting a 'bounty' on his head with $500,000 KO bonus

December 11, 2021

JAKE PAUL posed topless ahead of his rematch with Tyron Woodley after putting a 'bounty' on his own head.

Paul beat Woodley over eight rounds in August, the night Tommy Fury won against the YouTuber's sparring partner Anthony Taylor.


It set up the huge celebrity grudge match for December 18 in Florida.

But Fury this week pulled out with a broken rib and chest infection, while Woodley signed as his replacement.

Paul, who has again spent his training camp in Puerto Rico, showed off the result of his work as he flexed his muscles on Instagram.

The YouTube sensation, 24, has not only offered Woodley, 39, a chance of redemption, but an added $500,000 (£376,000) if he can win by knockout.

Woodley said in response: “At the end the of the day, you put a bag on your own head.

“S***, I’m completely all about taking that free money. I had plans on doing that anyway, but if he wants to entice me a little bit more.

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“You don’t offer a kid from Ferguson half a bag to go out there and do what he wanted to do anyway.

"So it does put motivation. You don’t put a bounty on your own f***ing head and think I’m not going to take it.”

In Paul's first three fights, he beat YouTuber 'AnEsonGib', ex-NBA star Nate Robinson, 37, and retired UFC welterweight Ben Askren, also 37.

But his win over eight rounds against ex-UFC champion Woodley was his biggest to date.

Fury, 22, was set to be his first opponent with prior professional experience before the Brit withdrew.

And it has afforded Woodley with the chance at redemption having failed to get the job done the first time, meaning there is more than just money on the line.

You don’t put a bounty on your own f***ing head and think I’m not going to take it.

He said: “For sure, I’m motivated by money I’m motivated by legacy. I’m motivated by greatness.

"I’m motivated by redemption. So when people say it’s not about the money for me, they’re f***ing lying.

"Why would you be prizefighting if you didn’t want to get a prize? Sometimes it’s about the principle.

"When you feel like you’re at a certain level, you feel like you’re at a certain point of your life and your career, you want the bag to match where you feel like you’re at, it’s just kind of a personal matter behind it.

"Definitely it’s additional motivation. You’ll see me walking away with another $500,000.”

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