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Joe Rogan Keeps It Real With Honest Breakdown Of Jake Paul's 'Fake' Fights, It's Hard To Argue

Daniel Marland

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Joe Rogan Keeps It Real With Honest Breakdown Of Jake Paul's 'Fake' Fights, It's Hard To Argue

Joe Rogan has defended Jake Paul from 'fake fight' claims following his knockout victory over former UFC star Tyron Woodley.


Paul slept the former welterweight champion in round six of their rematch last month and fans started to believe it was rigged.

UFC commentator and combat sport aficionado Rogan has laughed off those claims on his podcast, believing it to be an insult to trained fighters.

He explained on the Joe Rogan Experience: "He [Paul] has been saying that he's suffering from slurring words and loss of memory already.

Image Credit: Alamy
Image Credit: Alamy

"Yeah, it does not take long if you spar a lot…

"He is f**king good though. Like people want to pretend he's not because he's a YouTube guy.

"But the way he knocked out Tyron Woodley, that is f**king skillful.

"He's got real f**king power.

"Meanwhile, the f**king casuals are thinking it is fake. You've seen that? It is silly."

Rogan paid tribute to Jake and his older brother, Logan, in 2020 and claimed the siblings are 'legitimate tough guys' despite their YouTube background.

Woodley's coach, Din Thomas, has even hit back at claims the fight was rigged by explaining how hard Woodley trained for the rematch.

Logan went the distance with Floyd Mayweather in a lucrative exhibition bout earlier this year and Jake still takes jibes at 'Money' after a public scuffle.

Paul is now 5-0 in boxing after three wins in 2021, two of which came against Woodley and one against UFC alumni Ben Askren.

'The Problem Child' admitted in a recent interview that he was told to stop boxing after slurring his words and suffering from short-term memory loss.

Paul has accused White of being a cocaine addict in a number of controversial posts while also criticising the fighter pay in UFC.

Both men have posted video messages to Twitter in recent days and Paul has demanded a fight with Jorge Masvidal.

Featured Image Credit: Joe Rogan Experience/YouTube, Jake Paul/Twitter & Showtime Boxing/YouTube

Topics: Joe Rogan, Jake Paul

Daniel Marland
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