Jake Paul is laughing all the way to the bank after knocking out Tyron Woodley, but two insufferable influencers who aren’t laughing are The Island Boys.
The YouTuber floored the UFC veteran in the sixth round on Saturday night.
After the victory, Paul said:
“This is as real as it gets, just like my right hand. I told you I was going to f**k him up. And I f****d him up.
“This guy is a legend and respect him for taking the fight on two weeks’ notice.
“It was a tough fight. I had blood in my eyes. I had the job done. I was setting the punch up the whole fight.
“He didn’t see it coming. Like a lumberjack, timber.
“It’s got to be the moment of my life. Look at my year. Four fights, four knockouts.
“Masvidal and Nate Diaz – you are b*tch for leaving this arena. I will f*** you up too. Anyone, anytime, anyplace.”
BING BONG pic.twitter.com/lV2X2Drx1y
— Jake Paul (@jakepaul) December 19, 2021
And it’s no wonder Paul is calling out people for his next fight, because he’s making so much money.
The 24-year-old banked $5 million for his latest fight, according to the MEN.
And of course, loads of social media influencers attending the fight, including The Island Boys.
The TikTok ‘stars’ had drinks thrown over them by members of the crowd and were eventually thrown out.
Check out the video that went viral on Twitter:
— Ty Rosson🌐 (@trossonmma) December 19, 2021
— SportzStew Ⓥ (@sportzstewcom) December 19, 2021
The Island Boys have now responded to their haters after their incident.
They told TMZ:
“Me and my brother are not out to clout chase or to pick fights or to bully people….We just wanted to go watch the fight.
I didn’t think there was going to be so much tension when we went there. I want people to understand, at the end of the day, we want to be positive role models. We have a lot of kids watching us. There’s gonna be grown men who want to hate on young kids like us…We’re not perfect. We’re going to try our best not to fight with people in public like that.
A lot of people really loved us. They wanted pictures. There was a lot of love. There was a lot of s—t-talking, but that happens everywhere. When we walked in, it was sort of like the same thing Jake Paul went through; he got booed.
90% of the people were showing love. Just 10% of the people were doing a very good job showing hate.”
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