Jake Paul has revealed the tattoo guidelines Tyron Woodley must follow if he wants a rematch with the internet star.
Paul outpointed the former UFC champion Woodley after eight rounds in Cleveland on Sunday night to extend his unbeaten record to four fights.
The two had agreed to a ‘tattoo bet’ before the fight, with Paul bringing famous tattoo artist Tatu Baby to ink “I love Jake Paul” on the former UFC world champion.
Paul agreed to a rematch with Woodley in the ring after their fight, but only if Woodley followed through with the tattoo.
And he has now revealed the guidelines the UFC veteran must follow, writing on social media: “Tyron’s tattoo guidelines: 1. 3×2 inches at least. 2. Can’t get it covered. 3. Permanent. 4. Must post on social media. 5. Has to be visible with shorts and shirt.”
Paul doubled down on his statement after the fight and said if Woodley does meet the guidelines of his tattoo he would be open to discussing a potential rematch.
He said at the post-fight press conference: “You know if Tyron Woodley gets the tattoo, he better get it fast cause otherwise we’re gonna book a different opponent.
“I told him if he wants to get the tattoo, put it on his Instagram, permanent tattoo, then maybe we’ll talk about it. But to be honest I won convincingly.
“We’re going to go back to the drawing board but I think I proved a lot tonight and proved a lot of people wrong.”
Woodley appears in no rush to have the tattoo ink and first wants to see some paperwork regarding a rematch.
He said: “S*** I don’t know. I need to see some paperwork on this rematch. I think that’s the game plan.
“To be honest, Nakisa [Paul’s manager] gave me his word. He hasn’t gave me wrong since. So I gotta roll with him on that. He’s honoured everything.”
On where he would get the tattoo, he added: “I’m not going to get it nowhere where I can look at that b****, probably my thigh or some s***.
“Did you all think I was going to get it on my face? What the f***?”
YouTube-star-turned-boxer Paul is now 4-0 inside the ring and was taken the distance for the first time by Woodley.
Paul had knocked out fellow YouTube star AnEsonGib, former NBA player Nate Robinson and former UFC welterweight Ben Askren in his previous bout.
He has since teased retirement after his win against Woodley, tweeting “Updated status: Retired boxer”.
But the legitimacy of Paul’s retirement claims are unclear, as the 24-year-old called out UFC stars Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz for his next fight inside the ring.