All eyes were on the highly anticipated Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley rematch Saturday at the Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida. Paul, a 24-year-old Internet personality turned boxer, delivered a vicious sixth-round knockout punch to stay undefeated and more than make up for the viewers' wait.

Within the sixth round's final minute, Paul (5-0, 4 KO's) faked a body shot to force Woodley (0-2) to lower his gloves, opening the opportunity for a hard right hand to the head. The punch sent Woodley face-first to the floor, where he laid unconscious for several moments. 

After the fight, Paul reflected on his highlight-reel knockout with Showtime's Ariel Helwani.  

"This is as real as it f---ing gets, just like my right hand," Paul said. "I told you, Ariel, I was going to f--- him up. I told you I was going to f--- him up, and I f---ed him up."

This result was much more dramatic than the first time Paul and Woodley met. Paul and the former UFC welterweight champion Woodley fought on Aug. 29 in Cleveland, Paul's hometown, with the former winning by split decision. 

Paul then planned to fight Tommy Fury, younger brother of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, on Saturday's card, but a rib injury forced him two weeks before the match. Woodley stepped in, helping create one of boxing's best moments of the year. 

Here's what Trae Young, Danny Garcia and other celebrities have to say about Paul's knockout: