Tyron Woodley shows off "I love Jake Paul" tattoo and demands rematch

Tyron Woodley has had "I love Jake Paul" inked on his middle finger – and demanded a second shot at the YouTube star.

Pau promised Woodley a rematch of their boxing fight last month if the former UFC star champion agreed to the bet.

And Woodley has taken to social media to show off his new ink – with the message: "I love you son. Now come and get this ass whippin cause i heard you been talking back to your elders."

Paul and Woodley originally made the tattoo bet before their fight with the loser agreeing to have the winner's name inked.

And the social media star even flew renowned tattoo artist Tatu Baby to the fight in Cleveland.

But Woodley insisted he would not go through with the bet until he had the paperwork for a second fight with Paul who won the first bout on points.

It is unlikely that Paul sent through a contract as he is locked in negotiations with Tommy Fury over a December fight.

Woodley said last week that he would get the tattoo at the weekend.

"I think the most sensible thing to do is run it back. I think I'm getting this tattoo Saturday by the way," he said.

"Yeah, I just feel like I should do it because it's a solid thing to do. Yeah, I'm going to do it on Saturday."

But Woodley may have waited too long with Paul firmly focused on a fight with Fury, the younger brother of heavyweight world champion Fury.

"I'm leaving Tyron in the past. He didn't live up to the bet; he didn't get the tattoo. So, the rematch just doesn't make sense anymore," Paul said.

"If he would have gotten the tattoo right away, got 10million views on his Instagram video, everyone would have been super hyped, there would have been a ton of press around it.

"And I would have been sort of forced to do it. I couldn't really deny him then, because if he's going to be a man of his word, then I have to be a man of my word. So, he f***ed up. He missed out on another big payday because of his ego."

Paul and Fury have been locked in talks over a fight for several weeks but Fury last week dismissed his rival's final offer of $1m for an eight-round contest.

“To everybody out there, $1 million for a fight of this magnitude is not even worth getting out of bed for, this fight is going to gross millions and millions of pounds," Fury said.

"I cannot walk down the street without anybody asking me when are you fighting Jake Paul? So until you want to make a serious offer and put it on the table, we can’t think about fighting pal.”

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