The footballer turned boxer does not believe Hull City can stay up this season if they drop into the bottom three today.
Hull City are certainly in the relegation mix. They are currently fourth from bottom in the Premier League and level on points with Leicester City below them.
They are in a terrible run of form. They have lost their last three games in the league and have not won in six games.
On top of that they are also struggling to find teams they will be able to beat in the remaining games of the season.
They face Crystal Palace today, a game they will need to get a result from. After that they face Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester United - with a crunch tie against Burnley also among their final fixtures.
If they lose to Palace today, they could easily find themselves in the bottom three by the end of the day, and one former player believes that would be curtains for their Premier League survival hopes.
Curtis Woodhouse played for Hull for one season in his playing career. He is now a retired footballer, going on to become a successful professional boxer.
But he feels dropping into the bottom three today would be a knockout blow:
If Hull City drop into the bottom 3 I don't see them getting out, with the bad feeling about the name change they look destined to go down— curtis woodhouse (@woodhousecurtis) April 25, 2015
Hull fans will be hoping that the club can get the wins they need to survive in the Premier League this season.