Jake Paul called out by Tyron Woodley for fight as ex-UFC champ slams 'culture vulture' YouTuber's antics

FORMER UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley has once again called out Jake Paul – branding the YouTuber a 'culture vulture'.

Woodley and the younger Paul brother had a heated exchange ahead of the former Disney star's clash with Ben Askren – a team-mate and good friend of the MMA vet.


Paul's pre-fight antics irked The Chosen One, who threw his hat into the ring after seeing Askren lose via first-round KO.

The Problem Child is still very much on the radar of free agent Woodley, who told TMZ: "He keeps calling out everybody but me.

"I'm the one with the real smoke with you. At the end of the day, that was Ben's fight.

"And I never want to take away the moment from Ben. That was to be his opportunity.

"Everybody backstage was trying to get love and get their name [out there]. Almost the same way Jake took the shine away from Logan.

"They just culture vultures. Like he'll vult the juice from his own damn flesh and blood. His cornerman was trying to take the juice from him.

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"So his whole group is goofy, My dogs don't move like that, do you know what I mean?

"I was in the gym today in Miami training, looking around for Jake Paul, and I ain't seen him nowhere, he ain't asked to fight me one time.

"He wants to fight Dillon Danis, who couldn't bust a grape in a fruit fight, or Tyson Fury's cousin. But he don't want to fight a real puncher

"But you want to walk around and vult from the culture and suck it dry, walk around and take shots at rappers and think that you're a big shot higher.

"Nah, come and get this smoke for real. I'm in and I can actually find him.

"People that keep talking about fighting him, they're not even in a position to fight him. I can actually fight him. I can fight him tomorrow if I want to."

Woodley, 39, believes Paul has disrespected the combat sports world and needs a good hiding.

He added: "Some people just need to be taught a lesson.

"Like at the end of the day, you just can't sit here and think that real motherf*****s have put their time in this.

"Yeah if you want get in here and get a couple fights and make some money because you've got so many subscribers and you did something dope in another lane, I'm all for that.

"But when it comes down to [it], you gonna parade around and act like, 'Oh, I'm a boxer, everybody is scared of me. I'm this, I'm that.'

"And then, you're talking s**t about my dog. Now we gotta go."

Paul, 24, is eager to return to the ring later this year but has set his sights on showdowns with UFC stars Nate Diaz and Conor McGregor.

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