Girlfriend's brutal act after 'scary' Jake Paul KO stuns boxing

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Julia Rose and Jake Paul, pictured here celebrating after his KO win over Tyron Woodley.
Julia Rose and Jake Paul celebrate after his KO win over Tyron Woodley. Image: Instagram/Showtime Boxing

Jake Paul's girlfriend Julia Rose has wasted little time celebrating his wild knockout victory over Tyron Woodley, while also mocking his defeated opponents.

YouTube star-turned-boxer Paul got his knockout win over former UFC champion Woodley on Sunday (AEDT) after narrowly winning their first bout in August.

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Paul landed a wild knockout blow in the sixth round of their rematch at Amalie Arena in Florida that sent Woodley falling straight to the mat out cold.

The brutal shot by Paul keeps his undefeated record intact and now gives him a knockout win over every fighter he’s faced in his career.

The sporting world reacted with shock and awe, flocking to social media to praise Paul for the incredible KO.

And girlfriend Rose, who went viral in 2019 for flashing at a World Series baseball game, was among the many to praise Paul.

“Stop doutbing my f***ing man,” she captioned one post. “So f***ing proud of you.”

Rose also uploaded a photo of the couple kissing on Monday, writing: “Tastes like another legendary win to me."

But not done there, Rose also posted photos of Woodley and Nate Robinson (who Paul KO'd in his second boxing bout) lying face-down on the canvas after their losses.

"Spot the difference," she cheekily wrote.

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Paul was originally supposed to fight Tyson Fury's half-brother Tommy, who pulled out of the fight less than two weeks before the event due to a bacterial chest infection and a broken rib.

Paul beat Woodley via split decision in August, which gave him a 4-0 record - though he’s yet to fight anyone with actual boxing experience.

Woodley, 39, had been pushing for a rematch ever since August’s bout didn’t go his way.

He even tattooed Paul’s name on his middle finger, something Paul said he had to do for a rematch to go forward.

It took a bit for the two fighters to settle in on Sunday, though Paul took the edge early after a slow opening two rounds.

Woodley couldn’t seem to get much going in the first few minutes and held on after a few solid blows from ball.

Jake Paul, pictured here after knocking out Tyron Woodley.
Jake Paul looks on after knocking out Tyron Woodley. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

By the third, though, Woodley seemed to settle in and landed an elbow to Paul’s forehead that sent blood pouring down his face early in the round.

Woodley delivered a strong right hook right to Paul’s head later in the round, too, and had Paul stumbling briefly.

By the sixth round, though, Paul found his moment and didn’t hold back.

His right hand connected directly with Woodley and sent the former UFC champ falling to the mat.

Paul is now 5-0 and has wins over YouTuber AnEsonGib, former NBA player Robinson, MMA fighter Ben Askren and Woodley.

In true Paul fashion, he ended the night by calling out plenty of potential future opponents - including UFC stars Jorge Masvidal and Nate Diaz.

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