Former Final Combating Championship (UFC) welterweight champion Tyron Woodley, not on clearance after scoring a high-profile boxing match in opposition to superstar pugilist Jake Paul, needs to rid the fight sports activities neighborhood of the YouTube “bitch” as soon as and for all.
And nothing will stand in his manner.
That features the coronavirus, which has already torpedoed one of many greatest boxing matches of the yr. So if Paul tries to tug the COVID card as an excuse to withdraw from his Woodley combat, “The Chosen One” will likely be standing by with a rubber glove and Q-tip.
“He’s going to be the most important bitch within the business of feminine canine if he backs out of this combat now,” Woodley, 39, advised The MMA Hour. “If he tries to tug a COVID-19, I’m coming to his lodge and I’m sticking a Q-tip up his nostril and I’m going to do it for seven assessments. I wish to see some X-rays. I wish to see some ultrasound. I need the physician to supply the [positive test] to me personally.”
Woodley vs. Paul is scheduled for eight rounds and can headline an all-boxing Showtime pay-per-view (PPV) card — obtainable to stream for $59.99 on FITE right here — this Sunday night time (Aug. 29, 2021) inside Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland, Ohio.
This weekend’s occasion will mark Woodley’s debut as knowledgeable boxer whereas Paul, 24, is already 3-0 within the “candy science.” A kind of victories came to visit “The Chosen One’s” longtime pal and teammate, Ben Askren, beneath the Triller banner again in April.
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