Negative: Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley anti-doping results come out ‘clean’

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The accusations of doping during the previous boxing match between Jake paul and Tyron woodley they were the order of the day. But in the end they only stayed on that, accusations.

On Tuesday morning, the Ohio Athletic Commission confirmed to MMA Fighting that both Paul and Woodley, as well as four other boxers (Amanda serrano, Yamileth Market, Charles conwell and Juan Carlos Rubio) that competed on the undercard organized by Showtime Sports, they came out negative in anti-doping tests.


Before the event held on August 29, it had been Paul himself who claimed that he was not going to be subjected to any doping test, which led Woodley to accuse him of consuming prohibited substances.

In the card's stellar engagement, the 24-year-old influencer extended his undefeated to 4-0 in professional boxing with a split decision win over the former LA welterweight champion. UFC.

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