First Take reacts to Jake Paul defeating Tyron Woodley by split decision


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First Take reacts to Jake Paul defeating Tyron Woodley by split decision



First Take reacts to Jake Paul defeating Tyron Woodley by split decision
Max Kellerman and Harry Douglas react to Jake Paul defeating Tyron Woodley by split decision.
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  1. I've sparred before so I know what I'm talking about when I talk about the sweet science. I think Jake is ready to face either Tyson Fury or Canelo and I'll explain why. With Tyson Fury, we all know he is big BUT he is also fat and slow. I think Jake could out footwork him and use his speed to hit and not get hit and just maybe knock him out. With Canelo, we all know he has decent skills BUT he is tiny and has no power. I think Jake could use his size here to bully him around and I think he could just walk him down because he doesn't have to worry about his power. Either way, I think Jake has more than proven that he is a legit world class boxer and is ready for this type of step up in competition.

  2. In some ways, I feel like this is Deja vu. Just like how Adrian Broner got salty after his fight against Manny Pacquiao. I'm not saying that I'm all for legitimizing Jake Paul's boxing image but You gotta give him some credit. He held his own which surprised the heck out of me..

  3. It’s funny watching Max reframe the narrative of Jake Paul’s career, especially after Jake Paul announced his fight with Tommy Fury, a legit professional boxer.

    Directly after defeating the “long in the tooth, hasn’t one a fight for a long time, naturally light weight, no boxing career, striker.”