Tyrone Woodley on Usman’s rematch with Covington: “I hope they both get paid”


Former UFC welterweight champion Tyrone Woodley has said he is taking a neutral position in the rematch between reigning title holder Kamaru Usman and Colby Covington.

“I don’t know, it will be a very tough fight. The first fight between Kamaru Usman and Colby Covington was extremely close. I think Kamaru was more active, so it’s hard not to think that he has become better.

I’m not saying Colby didn’t train, but since he said that he thought I would defeat Jake Paul, I’ll remain neutral in this fight. I wish both guys the very best. I hope they come out and show a good fight, a great performance. I hope they both get paid, “Tyrone Woodley said live on Instagram.

We will remind, earlier Covington said that Woodley is able to defeat video blogger Jake Paul, with whom he will fight on August 21 according to the rules of boxing.

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