Jake Paul believes rival Tyron Woodley has found a flaw in his tattoo as the UFC legend has demanded a rematch.
The former welterweight champion, 39, was dismissed in August in his boxing bout against a YouTuber.
After being dusted off in Ohio, Paul announced that he would fight the MMA icon again as long as Woodley’s body was inscribed with ‘I love Jake Paul’.
The pair made a bet in their competition prior to Paul’s split decision victory that the loser would get a tattoo of the winner’s name.
And Woodley finally got the tattoo in late September, where he immediately called for a rematch after getting it done on the inside of his middle finger.
But Paul, 24, has said that Woodley can cover up tattoos, and has explained his theory as to why he applied the ink.
They told talkSPORT: “Let’s see what happens. He was three or four weeks late on the tattoo, he let the hype die.
“I think he had a call with his accountant and saw how much taxes he had to pay and he was like, ‘Oh man, I need to get this tattoo right now.’
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“The weird thing about it, and I’m saying it on the record right now, is the tattoo is on his middle finger and it’s done in a way where he can change it to say ‘F*** Jake Paul.
“He did it because I looked like an F or could be changed, so I think personally he’s going to change it to say ‘F*** Jake Paul’ on his middle finger.
“It goes perfectly with it, so that’s what I’m calling it now.
“He’s trying to find flaws and be clever but he’s not as smart as he thinks he is.”
Paul has also been linked with a fight against Tommy Fury, the unbeaten Brit having declined a $1 million offer from the American.
And Fury’s brother Tyson has urged the pair to ‘get some balls’ and agree to a match.
Fury tells Fury that Fury asked him his thoughts about a possible fight between the feudal youths. behind the gloves: “Hopefully it will happen.
“I hope they can both get some balls and sign the f***ing contract.
“Let this fight happen and give the world the fight they want to see.
“I want to see this. Everyone wants to see this fight.”