Tyron Woodley isn’t done with the Paul brothers just yet — the former UFC champion tells TMZ Sports that after two fights with Jake, he now wants Logan!!
“The Chosen One” was giving us his take on Jake’s upcoming bout against Nate Diaz on Saturday … when the conversation turned to his own boxing career.
We asked Woodley whether he would volunteer to be Logan’s opponent for his event with KSI and Tommy Fury on Oct. 14 … and a lightbulb went off in his head.
“I would love to fight Logan Paul,” Woodley — who lost to Jake in August and December 2021 — told us.
Of course, the two have a bit of history … and Woodley remembers the older Paul bro running his mouth back when he was feuding with Jake.
“Logan, what’s crackin’? You was talkin’ mad s*** while I was fighting your brother and I almost kicked your Polaroid off the boxing ring because he was distracting the fight, talking and hitting the canvas and taking pictures.”
Woodley also claims Logan was supposed to be on the same card as his scrapped fight with KSI … saying Paul was going to fight Dillon Danisuntil he injured himself in WWE.
“So, if y’all wanna do it again and flip the coin, let’s get it cracking … I was about to get to training anyway, let’s get it in.”
As for Jake vs. Nate, Tyron isn’t rooting for one side or the other … but breaks down the matchup — saying he truly thinks it’s an even fight.
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