Coach: Jake Paul is using steroids for his bout against Tyron Woodley, but the UFC veteran will box in a ‘totally natural’ manner

Jake Paul, who is currently posing as a celebrity boxer on YouTube, will return to the ring on Sun., Aug. 22, 2021, when he battles former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley live on Showtime pay-per-view (PPV) from inside Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland, Ohio.
Expect his youth to not be his main competitive edge.
“I hate to say it, but I believe Jake Paul will be using performance-enhancing drugs,” stated Firas Zahabi, a long-time MMA coach (via Bloody Elbow). “It exists in boxing, just as it does in mixed martial arts. Tyron, on the other hand, I don’t believe will be using performance-enhancing drugs. Tyron, I believe, will be completely natural. Is there any difference? It very certainly does.”

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I didn’t want to say it, but Jake Paul’s corner is going to be on all kinds of substances,” Zahabi stated. “I don’t believe they test,” says the author. There may be USADA the week of the fight, but not the week before. I didn’t want to mention it, but I believe it is a significant factor. When I say he’s bigger, stronger, and more athletic, I believe he’s using performance-enhancing drugs.”
Paul, who is now 3-0 with three knockouts as a professional boxer, is coming off a knockout victory against Ben Askren, a longtime friend and training partner of Woodley, in April. “The Chosen One,” who turned 39 just a few weeks ago, left the UFC after losing four consecutive fights.

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