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Jake Paul remains unbeaten since swapping YouTube for boxing, with UFC star Tyron Woodley the latest to fall against the 24-year-old.
Paul, a former Disney channel actor, was expected to suffer against MMA fighter Woodley in his hometown of Cleveland.
But the social media star earned a split decision victory, with many confused as to how the other judge felt Woodley won the bout.
However, Paul clearly hasn't won over professionals watching at home, with many lining up on social media to slam his latest exhibition match.
UFC welterweight champion Kamaru Usman simply tweeted an emoji of a man facepalming in the aftermath of the bout.
Retired boxer Ishe Smith tweeted: "Man this dude need to keep boxers names out his mouth.
"Tank, Nelo, and a hand full of others would of annihilated him tonight.
"When you talk that talk like you a Don of the sport you need to walk that walk.
"No pass from me, Jake Paul f****** stinks. There I said it stop sugar coating that bull****."
Julian "J-Rock" Williams added: "I just waisted 30 precious min of my life that I’ll never get back I’m upset at myself."
Jake Paul agrees to Tyron Woodley rematch as ex-UFC star shakes on 'I love Jake' tattoo
Boxer Dyah Davis also said: "Just so the people know and no disrespect to my guy TWood… this isn’t boxing. This is ENTERTAINMENT."
And when one fan tweeted asking where they could stream the fight, Gervonta Davis replied: "Ass.com"
Woodley demanded a rematch after the fight, which Paul agreed to if the UFC star got an 'I love Jake Paul' tattoo.
But Chris Eubank Jr also tweeted, urging Woodley not to agree that stipulation.
"Woodley better not get that tattoo," he joked.
Speaking after the fight, Paul admitted he had been in a testing fight with Woodley.
“It was a tougher fight than expected. I don’t know what’s wrong with me. All respect to Tyron. He’s a hall of famer, he’s a good fighter," he said.
“There was a lot of s*** talk, there’s no hard feelings. I want to cry, but I’m a little tired. To win when all the pressure is on, he’s a tough opponent.”
Paul's next opponent remains unknown after the youngster refused to confirm a bout with British prospect Tommy Fury.
- Jake Paul
- Chris Eubank Jr
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