Jake Paul Enlists The 'Island Boy' Rappers To Promote His Upcoming Boxing Fight
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Jake Paul has enlisted the help of Kodiyakredd and Flyysoulja to promote his upcoming boxing rematch with Tyron Woodley.
The YouTuber-cum-boxer was all set to fight Tommy Fury this weekend, however the Love Island UK star pulled out due to health issues.
Paul then tapped his old opponent, a former UFC Welterweight Champion, to see if he wanted to go toe-to-toe again.
To build up some hype for their rematch this weekend, Jake Paul has called on the 'Island Boy' rappers to remix their famous song to be about boxing.
They spoke about being a 'boxer boy' and throwing a 'left and right' while giving people all the details about this Saturday night's fight.
The twin rappers were paid for the advert through their Cameo page, which costs as much as AUD$280 for a single video.
Everyone is wondering if Paul will end up two-from-two against Woodley, or whether the mixed martial arts fighter will be able to even the score.
In a recent news conference, Jake revealed that there is no clause in the contract that Woodley has signed that states that there should be no knockouts in the fight, which shuts down some of the rumours being spread about the fight's T's and C's.
In fact, Paul says he's offered to put up $500,000 extra cash if Woodley does successfully knock him out.
That offer extends to future opponents, too.
During the virtual conference, Paul told MMA Junkie: "You know me. I like to make things more interesting all the way across the board.
"There's been this rumour going around about a 'no knockout' clause in my contracts.
"Someone started it and everyone else ran with it. People are like sheep. They believe everything they read or see and they go which way the crowd is going.
"That's been a rumour that's completely untrue. I'd be in jail for rigging fights. That's illegal.
"We just wanted to squash that rumour right away and from now on we'll be giving bonuses to my opponents if they can knock me out.
"We want to incentivize them and prove to the media and the world that all of these rumours aren't true."