Paul improved his professional boxing record to 4-0 after narrowly outpointing former UFC champion Woodley last weekend.
He survived a massive scare in the fourth round to earn a split-decision victory in his home town of Cleveland.
men lie.. women lie.. numbers don't.. pic.twitter.com/IGShs02IkQ- Jake Paul (@jakepaul) August 30, 2021
Woodley tagged Paul who staggered against the ropes, but the YouTuber-turned-boxer saw out the round to the dismay of fight fans on social media.
People online slammed the sequence, furiously claiming the fight was 'rigged'.
A few days removed from Paul's biggest victory of his budding career, a video has resurfaced following his amateur win over Deji in August 2018.
After beating KSI's younger brother on the undercard of KSI vs. Logan Paul, 'The Problem Child' made a controversial remark about the sport of boxing.
"I've been in this sport for... a year now?!" He said.
"I probably shouldn't be saying this but... all of this sh*t is f**king rigged."
That doesn't look great considering his fights have been the subject to scrutiny.
Of course, fans were suspicious over his win against Woodley and they also took exception with his victory over Ben Askren earlier in the year.
Despite claims against his fights, Paul has declared himself the 'face of the fight game'.
He told MMA Junkie: "There's a new face of the fight game. That's it.
"Tonight showed my ability. It got more people interested.
"The biggest names in the sport are tweeting about me, so it's already on a whole other level now."