Jack Paul agrees to match Tyrone Woodley again – but only if the former UFC champion adheres to his tattoo condition.
Before the pair fought, they shook hands with the loser, with the winner’s name tattooed.
Paul later won by splitting into eight rounds, but Woodley argued he deserved to win and demanded a rematch.
And he was told it was his – as long as he kept his word and ‘I love Jack Paul’ signed it.
Paul, 24, said: “If you get a tattoo, I love Jack Paul. Let’s get him back.”
Woodley, 39, replied: “Bet. let’s go.”
Paul added: “Get a tattoo and we’ll run it back. We’ve got a tattoo artist here, so you’re not going anywhere.
Wipe off the sweat and shave this leg, because I like to put Jack Paul on your leg and we can run it back.
On the undercard, 22-year-old Leo Island star Tommy Fury defeated Paul’s spring partner MMA fighter Anthony Taylor, 32, by four rounds.
Roche had already signed a two-fight deal with the American network Showtime to try to fight Paul later.
But Woodley called for an end to all celebrities’ clashes so he could match YouTube again.
He said: “I think if it was the second highest salary, the second round would be bigger.
“I think I’ve won the fight. I think Jack is a great opponent. That’s why I’m in great shape.
“The fact that a judge gave me two rounds is worth laughing at. No insult, but f *** that fight of anger, me and Jack need to drive it back.”