Logan Paul has made his prediction for the recently announced match between Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley.

In Jake’s recent YouTube video, The Problem Child asked his team about their predictions for the fight between him and Woodley.

Jake Paul’s older brother Logan claimed he once lost $ 20,000 betting on Woodley and has lost every UFC fight since then. Logan went on to say that he believes his brother will beat “the chosen one”.

“Okay, so I bet $ 20,000 on Tyron Woodley and he lost, and he has lost every fight since then. Jake, you’re going to win a man.”

However, Logan Paul supported Woodley’s attention and mentioned on camera that the former UFC welterweight champion definitely has strength.

Paul reminded his younger brother that Woodley was once the best welterweight in UFC history and asked if Jake Paul was ready to beat him.

“Tyron is strong. Good striker. Once the best welterweight in UFC history, certainly a worthy opponent. Are you up to the task?”

Woodley was recently removed from the UFC rankings after losing four straight bouts under the Organization. His last octagon outing was at UFC 260 when it was submitted by Vicente Luque.

In 2019, Woodley lost the UFC welterweight championship to Kamaru Usman, another fighter Jake Paul is currently feuding with on social media.

Woodley would then lose to Gilbert Burns and Colby Covington.

UFC Fight Night: Covington versus Woodley
UFC Fight Night: Covington versus Woodley

Jake Paul won’t fight Tyron Woodley until his fourth professional match

Jake Paul will step into the boxing ring for his fourth professional fight and share the stage with a former UFC champion.

The YouTuber boxer beat AnEsonGib and Nate Robinson and defeated former MMA fighter Ben Askren in his last boxing match.

Triller Fight Club: Jake Paul versus Ben Askren
Triller Fight Club: Jake Paul versus Ben Askren

Paul knocked out ‘Funky’ in the first round of their showdown and had an argument with Tyron Woodley that same night. Woodley, who was in the corner of Askren, confronted Jake Paul and his team in the locker room before the fight.