UFC boss Dana White slams Jake Paul's opponent Tyron Woodley and rages 'he's 39 and hasn't won a fight in three years'

UFC chief Dana White has slammed Jake Paul's next opponent Tyron Woodley.

The YouTuber will take on the former UFC champ, 39, on August 28 but White was quick to remind everyone Woodley hasn't won a fight for three years.

'The Chosen One' Woodley has lost four UFC bouts on the spin since his 2018 victory over Darren Till.

And White remains as syncial as ever about the quality of Paul's 'boxing career'.

White told Sky: "Woodley is [39] years old, okay? He hasn't won a fight in three years in something he's actually supposed to be good at.

"Now he's going to box?

"How do you sell that fight? Lots of other things other than that matters.

"Jake Paul will say mean things about me."

White and Paul have history with the UFC chief regularly ripping into the online personality's 'fight career'.

He recently claimed Paul was 'full of s***' and accused him of lying about the amount of pay-per-views he sold for his win over Ben Askren.


And he also point-blank refused to do business with Paul after Kamaru Usman issued a chilling threat to the 24-year-old.

Many have suggested Paul have an MMA bout but he won't be doing it in a UFC octagon, according to White.

But Paul did hit back at one point blasting White for the way he treats and pays UFC fighters.

Speaking about his upcoming bout with Woodley after a heated face-off, Paul said: "I can't wait, this is what I do now. I'm active. I can't wait to put on a show and shock the world again.

"That's what I do – I shock the world every single time.

"Explosive, electrifying, quick. A boxing clinic, for real.

"It will be a boxing clinic – you will see me pick apart a UFC striker."

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