JAKE PAUL prepared for the upcoming battle with Tyron Woodley by dancing in the rain to Olivia Rodrigo’s hit ‘good 4 u’.
The 24-year-old was filmed returning to the track in a torrential downpour, wearing only red shorts and skiing.
But that doesn’t bother Paul at all as his very big smile is proven – he even plays the air guitar and does a bit of headshot to get into the mood of the song.
And the Youtuber continued his weird antics in a series of posts on Instagram Stories.
In one photo, Paul is captured standing on top of a toilet, gazing into space.
And in another, he was seen holding a traffic cone next to a jet.
It was the plane he used to travel from Puerto Rico to Tampa, Florida with Paul tagging another photo as ‘6 days’.
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Woodley was drafted as a late replacement for Tommy Fury, who was forced to withdraw from the scheduled battle with Paul.
Fury revealed that he was rib fractures during exercise as well as bacterial chest infections – but he hopes to reschedule the fight.
Meanwhile, Paul eagerly anticipates his Tampa clash against Woodley.
He said: “For me the biggest thing to achieve is to prove everyone wrong from last time thinking he won, which is hilarious – including the referee who made the split decision. pair.
“People just need to realize how serious I am and a lot of other professional boxers don’t train as hard as I do.
“They weren’t as prepared as I was. And like, Tommy Fury, he pulled out of the fight over some silly, petty thing. I fought with a broken nose. I fought. with illness The list goes on.
“Last game, against Tyron, I was hypnotized with my elbow. I didn’t say anything. Why? Because it didn’t matter.
“I’m still going to go in there and find a way to win. That’s my motivation, it’s to win.”
https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/17023265/jake-paul-olivia-rodrigo-woodley/ Watch Jake Paul dance in the rain with Olivia Rodrigo in just his pants before boarding a private jet for his battle with Tyron Woodley