Jake Paul's opponent Tyron Woodley 'hasn't won a fight in three years', blasts UFC president Dana White

Jake Paul previously told Sky Sports: "That's what I do - I shock the world every single time. Explosive, electrifying, quick. A boxing clinic, for real. It will be a boxing clinic - you will see me pick apart a UFC striker."

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Dana White has slammed former UFC champion Tyron Woodley

Jake Paul's choice of opponent has been criticised by UFC president Dana White who delivered a scathing reminder that Tyron Woodley has not won a fight since 2018.

YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul will return to the ring on August 28 for what should be his sternest test so far against former UFC champion Woodley.

White said: "Woodley is [39] years old, okay? He hasn't won a fight in three years in something he's actually supposed to be good at!

"Now he's going to box?

"How do you sell that fight? Lots of other things other than [stuff] that matters.

"Jake Paul will say mean things about me!"

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Jake Paul says he will put on a 'boxing clinic' when he fights Tyron Woodley in August

Woodley last won a UFC title fight against Britain's Darren Till in 2018 and has since lost four fights in a row and was released by the company.

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The mixed martial arts fighter will make his boxing debut against Jake Paul, who has won all three of his previous fights by knockout.

Jake Paul told Sky Sports after a spiteful first face-off with Woodley: "I can't wait, this is what I do now. I'm active. I can't wait to put on a show and shock the world again.

"That's what I do - I shock the world every single time.

"Explosive, electrifying, quick. A boxing clinic, for real.

"It will be a boxing clinic - you will see me pick apart a UFC striker."

He said about knocking out MMA fighter Ben Askren in one round: "It was a statement. I didn't get to show what I was capable of.

"He underestimated me, like all of these guys do.

"Tyron has no idea what he's getting himself into. He is playing catch-up.

"I'm better skilled, better cardio, faster, stronger, heavier, taller, longer reach.

"Everything is stacked against him. He is delusional."

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Woodley told Sky Sports that he plans to knock Paul out

Woodley told Sky Sports about Jake Paul's previous win: "It was a good performance. It wasn't long, we didn't see much, but he can box.

"I'm out to beat him.

"People that want to see him silenced? They will smile."

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