Tyron Woodley medically suspended by Florida commission after scary Jake Paul knockout

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Tyron Woodley was on the receiving end of a wicked right hand thrown by YouTuber-turner-boxer Jake Paul in the sixth round of Saturday’s eight-round rematch.

The punch resulted in multiple losses for Woodley. He lost consciousness, the bout itself, and the chance to win a $500,000 knockout bonus. After the fight, it was deemed Woodley also has lost the ability to fight for the next two months.

Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation deputy communications director Patrick Fargason told MMA Junkie on Monday that Woodley has been suspended 60 days by his department, which oversaw the event.

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Miriam Gutierrez, who was on the wrong end of a unanimous decision following a battle with Amanda Serrano, also was suspended. However, her suspension was deemed indefinite due to the damage taken over all 10 rounds.

Aside from Woodley and Gutierrez, none of the other 12 fighters on the card – including former NBA player Deron Williams and former NFL running back Frank Gore who partook in a wild exhibition bout – received a suspension.