Logan Paul Thinks Tyron Woodley Will Cover “I Love Jake Paul” Tattoo

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Logan Paul was present next to Jake Paul when Tyron Woodley agreed to get the “I love Jake Paul” tattoo in the post-fight interview on August 29. Jake Paul had agreed to rematch Woodley on the condition that the former UFC champion get a tattoo. This bizarre bet has caught the world’s attention.

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However, Woodley stuck to his words. He put the prescribed tattoo on his finger and seemed adamant about making Jake Paul match again. But the idea is still far from meeting official confirmation.

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In the midst of the situation, Logan Paul spoke out on the whole stage. He claimed Tyron Woodley can cover the tattoo after the rematch is over. Despite this, “The Maverick” was shocked to see Woodley follow through on the bet.

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Interacting on his podcast, “The Maverick” said: “Tyron Woodley got an ‘I Love Jake Paul’ tattoo. Actually, I can’t believe it bro. Obviously it’s weird. He put I and Love at a 45 degree angle, then Jake Paul. And it’s actually like a cool font. Like he’s going to do it. Kidding aside, I think he did it right. Because that’s the way he structured it too. And intentionally he’s gonna cover it in shit

After putting the tattoo on the screen, Woodley immediately demanded revenge. Still, Jake Paul has only mocked his old rival with an instant reaction video on YouTube for now. So “The Problem Child” could have tricked Woodley into hiding him with bribes to get the tattoo done.

Logan Paul and Jake Paul are the brains of boxing

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The Paul brothers have proven to be smart brains in boxing. Although they present themselves as superstars, they only have padded records to present. 4-0 as a professional, Paul hasn’t faced any professional boxer yet.

MIAMI, FLORIDA – JANUARY 30: Jake Paul celebrates with his brother, Logan, after defeating AnEsonGib in a first round knockout during their fight at Meridian at Island Gardens on January 30, 2020 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Michael Reaves / Getty Images)

Meanwhile, Logan Paul (0-1) faced off against KSI and Floyd Mayweather in unprofessional fights that ultimately fueled his bank account. While professional boxing doesn’t seem like Logan Paul’s thing, he still turns heads in the fighting world. Therefore, the Paul brothers can rightly avoid Woodley, especially having previously beaten the MMA star inside the boxing ring.

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