Jake Paul leaves Tyron Woodley speechless with Christmas present before rematch

Jake Paul has shown his class by gifting Tyron Woodley an incredible Christmas present before their rematch this weekend.

The two fighters are set to meet in the ring for the second time in four months when they face off in a rematch in Tampa, Florida, on Saturday night.

YouTuber turned boxer Paul beat the former UFC champion via a split decision when they first fought in Cleveland, Ohio back in August.

Woodley has stepped in for the rematch at late notice after Tommy Fury was forced to pull out of the original fight due to a chest infection and broken rib.

Ahead of Saturday's rematch, Paul and Woodley sat down for a face-to-face interview with journalist Ariel Helwani on Thursday.

During the interview, Paul handed Woodley a gift which was revealed to be a Rolex watch, thought to be worth at least £6,000.

Woodley was visibly taken aback by the gesture as he admitted: “This n**** crazy, I swear I'm taking this on god. He's nuts.”

The former UFC welterweight champion covered his mouth in shock before reaching over the table to shake Paul's hand.

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When asked why he had given Woodley the watch, Paul said: "Because it's time for me to knock him out."

However, Woodley doubted Paul's intentions after receiving the gift as he went on to explain: "Why wouldn't I accept it? He put a bow on it, he wrapped it. I ain't gonna be disrespectful.

"I ain't never had an opponent do a lot of stuff this dude do. But mentally it's warfare, because you never know what to expect out of him.

"He want to get beat up, he like this s***. You guys are playing on like 'I took the fight last minute notice', he didn't have to say yes.

"He could have waited and fought Tommy. Tommy is an easier fight, he’s not a harder puncher."

Woodley stepped in for a rematch after Fury dropped out of the fight earlier this month, with Paul suggesting since that he is unlikely to rearrange the fight.

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