Jake Paul has said that his relationship with rival Tyrone Woodley “doesn’t end here”.
Paul defeated Woodley with a sixth-round knockout on Saturday at Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida.
It marked the YouTuber’s second win over the former UFC star, who had only two weeks to go after replacing British ace Tommy Fury.
The Problem Child, however, wants to work with the future 39-year-old “Legend” again and has teased a “buddy cop movie” they can shoot together.
The 24-year-old also hinted at a possible podcast interview with the former welterweight champion in the near future.
Paul told TMZ: “He’s a legend and we should respect Tyrone.
“He’s a wonderful boy, I am [going to] Hit that, people are saying we should do a podcast together.
“I think it would be funny if we did a cop movie together, so our relationship doesn’t end there.
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“If he wants to retire he should retire, but it’s up to him.
“I still think he has a lot of money to make.”
Since trying his luck in boxing, Paul has extended his undefeated streak to five fights, but has yet to face a professional boxer.
The American praised Woodley after the fight, as he called him a “warrior” and insisted that he deserved nothing but respect.
Paul said: “This man is a legend, don’t take anything away from his career as a UFC champion and respect him for taking the fight at two weeks’ notice.
“He’s a warrior, he had a tough fight right there, he’s a legend.”