“What did they test us for…Never took a drug test”- Tyron Woodley refutes claims of himself and Jake Paul passing pre-fight drug tests

Tyron Woodley recently lost to Jake Paul via. a narrow split decision on the 29th of August.

Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley
Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley

It has been over two weeks since Tyron Woodley and Jake Paul squared off at the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland. The pair faced off in an eight-round professional boxing match. For Paul, it was his fourth professional boxing fight, while Woodley (the former UFC welterweight champion) was making his pro boxing debut.

Jake Paul, earned a narrow split decision win over Tyron Woodley to go 4-0 up in his boxing career and maintain his unbeaten record. He is now expected to face off against Woodley in a rematch, or probably against heavyweight champion boxer Tyson Fury’s half brother Tommy Fury.

“What did they test us for, cause it wasn’t PEDs” – Tyron Woodley

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Tyron Woodley’s latest Instagram story claiming he never took a drug test

However, there were a lot of fingers pointed towards Paul, accusing him of using PEDs ahead of the fight. MMA Junkie, recently revealed that both Paul and Woodley passed their pre-fight tests, after initial reports from MMA Fighting. But, Woodley posted a story on Instagram refuting MMA Junkie’s claims.

MMA Junkie also revealed that they had received the confirmation, after a member of the Ohio State Athletic Commission told them about the pre-fight drug test. Resharing MMA Junkie’s post of the same to his Instagram story, Woodley wrote: “Never took a drug test.”

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"What did they test us for...Never took a drug test"- Tyron Woodley refutes claims of himself and Jake Paul passing pre-fight drug tests 2

Woodley, also dropped a comment on MMA Junkie’s post: “What did they test us for? Cause it wasn’t PEDs.” What are your thoughts on this?

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