YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul knocked out UFC welterweight champ Tyron Woodley during their rematch fight in Florida on Saturday. Paul scored a KO of Woodley during round 6 of the pay-per-view event, an eight-round cruiserweight that included four fights and took place at the Amalie Arena in Tampa Bay. "Look at what I just did," Paul said after the match, ESPN reported. "Look at the year I just had. Unprecedented. One of the most valuable boxers in this sport. Four fights. Four massive pay-per-views in 13 months. I've knocked out every single person that I've fought."
It was Woodley's second defeat in his pro career, both losses during his bouts against Paul with the first ending in an eight-round split decision. Woodley was given the opportunity for redemption after Paul's scheduled opponent, Love Island star and professional boxer Tommy Fury, withdrew because of health issues. This victory is Paul's fifth straight win. He has also previously defeated fellow YouTube personality AnEsonGib, former NBA star Nate Robinson and former MMA fighter Ben Askren.