UFC commentator Joe Rogan defends Jake Paul from ‘silly fake’ fight claims after YouTuber’s brutal KO of Tyron Woodley

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UFC commentator Joe Rogan defends Jake Paul from 'silly fake' fight claims after YouTuber's brutal KO of Tyron Woodley

UFC commentator Joe Rogan has dismissed claims that Jake Paul’s knockout of Tyron Woodley was ‘fake’.

YouTuber-turned-boxer Paul flatlined the former UFC welterweight champion in the sixth round of his Tampa tussle last year, prompting viewers to claim the fight was settled.

Jake Paul flatted Tyron Woodley in their rematch late last year

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Jake Paul flatted Tyron Woodley in their rematch late last yearcredits: Showtime
Some Fight fans accuse Paul's surprise win over The Chosen One of being a 'fixed' fight

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Some Fight fans accuse Paul’s surprise win over The Chosen One of being a ‘fixed’ fightcredit: AFP
But that notion is laughed off by UFC commentator and longtime boxing fan Joe Rogan.

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But that notion is laughed off by UFC commentator and longtime boxing fan Joe Rogan.credit: getty

The notion that Paul’s viral one-punch KO The Chosen One was ‘fake’ has delighted longtime boxing fan Rogan, who insists that the stoppage was a display of the former Disney star’s skill.

During a recent episode of The Jogan Experience Podcast he said: “Hey [Paul] Saying that he is already suffering from abusing words and loss of memory.

“Yeah, it doesn’t take long if you splurge a lot…

“He’s good s*** though. Like people want to pretend he’s not because he’s a youtube guy.

“But the way he knocked out Tyrone Woodley, he is skillful.

“He’s got real f***ing power.


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“Meanwhile, casuals are thinking it’s fake. You’ve seen it? It’s silly.”

Woodley’s longtime coach Din Thomas was also baffled by the claims, saying during an appearance on Sirius XM radio: “This whole theory, it makes me laugh.

“Because being in his camp, I know how serious it was.

“It was seriously like Tyron really wanted this win back, he really wanted this fight and it was a serious thing.

Paul extended his professional record to 5-0 with his brilliant stoppage from Woodley

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Paul extended his professional record to 5-0 with his brilliant stoppage from Woodleycredit: AFP

“Now, if it was a dive, I wish they’d told me about it because I wouldn’t have shown up and took the night off.

“I would love to party but it wasn’t. I mean it was a real, legal battle.”

Paul’s emphatic victory over Woodley brought his professional boxing record to 5–0.

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