Youtuber turned boxer, Jake Paul looks to continue his undefeated record by facing the most dangerous challenge of his young career, former UFC Champion Tyron Woodley. The younger Paul scored consecutive KOs over former NBA star Nate Robinson and former UFC fighter Ben Askren.
Talking about the upcoming fight between Jake and Tryon, MMA fighters have started choosing their favorites for the match-up. They are predicting to give an insight into how the anticipated boxing bout may go down.
However, in ‘The Killa Gorilla’ Jared Cannonier believes that the fight isn’t real. Jared’s extraordinary knockout abilities continue to tout him as one of the scariest fighters in the middleweight division. So, he calling a highly hyped and anticipated bout fake certainly makes the news.
“I am not paying attention to that match, I am calling that a circus. These aren’t real fights. I am not knocking either of them. Those both guys are doing a godd*** thing, power to them. But, that’s not a real fight. My scope is real fights and real belts and then we can start talking about the money fight. Money will come. I am not watching those circuses.”
Now, Jared Cannonier is not against these types of money fights but he believes those aren’t in his scope. Cannonier’s next opponent is Kelvin Gastelum next on the upcoming UFC Fight Night. Both guys are coming off losses to the #1 middleweight contender, Robert Whittaker so a second consecutive loss will drop down their rankings.
Jake Paul vs Tron Woodley: Are these celebrity matchups really fake?
Be it logan vs Mayweather, Mcgregor vs Mayweather, or Jake vs Tryon. Fight fans are always skeptical about the authenticity of these fights. Previously, many social media users have posted their narrative on these fights calling them fake.
A Twitter user calling logan vs Mayweather staged:
PAYDAY! That’s all this is and I am sure enough people will pay for this crap. He will probably try harder than he did with Conor but it’s nothing more than a WWE staged boxing match. Vince McMahon is probably the promoter.
— abracadabra (@jamisIIdefcon) May 6, 2021
Considering these fighter’s professionalism it is certainly tough to deduce from the fight if they are staged or not. However, depending upon their opinion, fight fans can always choose to watch, or not to watch them.