Jake Paul Responds To Rumors That His Fight Against Tyron Woodley Bombed And Only Sold 65k PPVs , Admits It Wasn’t His Best ‘Business Night’

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  • Rumored PPV numbers indicate that Paul-Woodley 2 performed terribly
  • Jake Paul responds and claims the PPV numbers rumors are “bullsh*t”
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Jake Paul admits that his latest fight against Tyron Woodley didn’t generate as much buzz as their first fight, but claims the numbers aren’t as bad as being reported.

Earlier this week, DAZN’s Steven Muehlhausen reported that the Paul-Woodley rematch only sold 65k PPVs on cable and satellite.

While Muelhaussen’s report excluded PPVs bought on digital platforms, people ran with the 65k number to mock Paul.

On Wednesday afternoon, Jake Paul took to Twitter to shoot down rumors that his fight only sold 65k PPVs while admitting that it wasn’t his best “business night,” considering Woodley was a last-minute replacement for Tommy Fury, who pulled out with an illness weeks before the highly anticipated match-up.

We’re going to probably have to wait to find out exactly how many PPVs Paul-Woodley 2 sold but it’s clear that it didn’t perform as well as the first fight.

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