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Footage of Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley facing off at a photoshoot is proof the former is 'scared' of his rival.
YouTube star Paul takes on former UFC welterweight champion Woodley in a highly-anticipated boxing match this Sunday.
'The Problem Child' is currently undefeated and has claimed he'll come out on top against Woodley, having knocked out UFC alumni Ben Askren in April.
But footage of Paul and Woodley taking part in promotional work together has resurfaced and he wasn't his usual, cocky self.
Woodley stares the 24-year-old down and he makes a glance to the camera before looking down at the ground.
'T-Wood' then cracks his neck and rolls his shoulders as Paul keeps his eyes locked anywhere else.
He then put two fingers up to the camera in an attempt to look unfazed.
It failed however and fans on social media believe he has bitten off more than he can chew.
One fan commented: "This is the moment Jake knew he has picked the wrong opponent."
Another said: "Kinda feel sorry for Jake, he looked really humble and scared."
A third added: "Jake boutta get his ass beat but I gotta respect the fact that he even accepted the fight."
While someone simply put: "Paul finally realises he is dealing with a man."
Paul is desperate to become a champion in boxing and is even eying a fight with Canelo Alvarez in the future.
In what is a step too far perhaps, Paul told Brian Custer he is this generation's Muhammad Ali, Mike Tyson and Floyd Mayweather.
He said: "I am on a trajectory to become the biggest prizefighter in the world
"For the kids, I look like Mike Tyson, your grandpa had Muhammad Ali and Mike Tyson, your dad had Floyd Mayweather, this generation has Jake Paul.
"People still think this is a gimmick. So, after this fight I think they'll understand that this is the real deal, kudos to this kid because he's a real fighter, which I am.
"I take this more seriously than a lot of real pro fighters do because the chip on my shoulder is shoulder, it's a chip on shoulder, my knee, my head, I'm p***ed off for greatness.
"I want this more than most pro fighters do, I go in there I spar three people at a time and they'll get out and take their wraps off and take their shoes off.
"I jump out of the ring and do abs, I do neck, I hit the bag some more, I jump on the speed bag and then I run home after, two miles.
"So, people will see, they'll see the hard work that I've been putting in."
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