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Tyron Woodley ‘was banned from taking out Jake Paul in his contract,’ claims Dillon Danis

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Former UFC champion Tyron Woodley ‘was banned from taking out Jake Paul in his contract’ for their boxing match, claims Dillon Danis

  • Tyron Woodley lost a decision to boxer Jake Paul turned YouTuber
  • Woodley surprised Paul at one point, but couldn’t finish the fight
  • Dillon Danis claims Woodley was contractually obligated not to take out Paul











Tyron Woodley was “banned from taking out Jake Paul” in his combat contract, Dillon Danis claims.

The Bellator welterweight and longtime training partner of Conor McGregor made the bizarre statement, insisting it’s why Woodley didn’t finish Paul.

Paul, a YouTuber turned boxer, defeated the former UFC welterweight champion by decision in August.

Dillon Danis claims Tyron Woodley was contractually prohibited from taking out Jake Paul

Woodley had hurt Paul at one point in their fight, but ended up losing by decision

Woodley had hurt Paul at one point in their fight, but ended up losing by decision

“Tyron Woodley, from what I heard, had in the contract that he couldn’t take out Jake Paul,” Danis said during the MMA Hour.

“I swear on everything, when he was against the ropes, I swear, that’s why when Jake Paul was against the ropes, Tyron Woodley didn’t hit him

‘I’m telling you now. His contract said you can’t take him out.’

Woodley wants a rematch with Paul, but the boxer turned YouTuber has other plans

Woodley wants a rematch with Paul, but the boxer turned YouTuber has other plans

Danis is notoriously candid on social media and has been known to make outrageous statements for influence, so this theory will be taken with a large grain of salt by fans.

The 28-year-old underwent a second knee surgery and is recovering for what he hopes will come back next year.

He’s been in a war of words with Paul for a while, but his next fight will almost certainly be for Bellator.

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