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What Floyd Mayweather Told Tyron Woodley After Losing To Jake Paul

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What Floyd Mayweather Told Tyron Woodley After Losing To Jake Paul

Floyd Mayweather reckons Tyron Woodley BEAT Jake Paul and should have been awarded the decision following his defeat.

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Woodley lost a close split-decision to Paul in the main-event of their blockbuster card in Cleveland last weekend.

The YouTuber survived a huge scare in the fourth round to record his fourth professional victory at the expense of the former UFC champion.

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But Mayweather believes 'The Chosen One' did enough to get the judges' nod.

That's according to Woodley, who has revealed his conversation with the former boxing pound-for-pound king.

Image: PA
Image: PA
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The 39-year-old says 'Money' liked what he saw in the ring, but wanted more output.

Woodley told Ariel Helwani: "[Floyd said] I did some things really well that I should have done more of, he did say, just a little bit more output.

"He did think that I won the fight... he said I told you that he was going to be kinda scared of you, you been in there before."

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Woodley trained with Mayweather in the build up to his professional boxing debut.

Mayweather offered to coach Woodley after he had a wild brawl with 'The Problem Child' in the lead up to his exhibition bout against Logan Paul.

While Woodley failed to get the win, it's a nice vote of confidence to have one of the greatest boxers thinking that you won the fight.

Will Woodley get another crack at the 4-0 star? Watch this space.

Featured Image Credit: PA/Showtime

Topics: Tyron Woodley, Boxing, Jake Paul, Floyd Mayweather

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