Ex-UFC champ Tyron Woodley starts training camp for Jake Paul after vowing to break YouTuber's jaw

FORMER UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley has officially started his training camp for Jake Paul.

The Chosen One is set to throw down with the YouTuber turned boxer on August 28, although a venue for their grudge match has not yet been announced.

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And Woodley has wasted no time in preparing for The Problem Child, starting his camp one day after the announcement of the fight.

The 39-year-old shared a series of training snaps to his Instagram page on Wednesday night.

His accompanying caption read: "#ChampCamp in session. Day one in the books."

Woodley also included a video of himself going through pressure drills with one of his coaches.

The St Louis slugger is relishing the opportunity to get his hands on the outspoken Paul, who he had a tense confrontation with earlier this year.

Woodley took exception to the social media star's pre-fight antics before seeing him demolish his good friend Ben Askren.

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And the MMA legend can't wait to put a beating on the former Disney star.

During an Instagram Live, he said: “All the clout chasing, all the yelling, all the blah, blah blah, ‘I’m a fighter, all the MMA guys don’t never want to fight me.’

"Now, you got a motherf***ing that’s going to fight you like you ain’t never been fought before.

"Ain’t no sparring you can do to motherf***ing get ready for it.

"Ain’t no meditation. Ain’t no kum ba yah.

"Ain’t no mama se mama sa mama coosa.

"Ain’t s**t you can do. You getting your ass beat. I’m pumped up about it.

Woodley hasn't tasted victory in nearly three years but is confident of winning his professional boxing debut.

He told ESPN: "Easiest fight of my career & biggest purse of my career all in one night.

"Basically, they brought me in to take out the trash. Can't wait to shut this b***h up.

"This is getting done for the culture, the whole MMA/boxing community, to rid this guy of combat sports.”

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