The boxing match between Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley has a location.
Paul, the YouTube-star-turned-prizefighter, will fight Woodley in Paul’s hometown of Cleveland on Aug. 29, it was announced Monday. The venue will be Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse. Woodley is the former UFC welterweight champion and represents the toughest challenge yet in the young boxing career of the polarizing Paul. Live stream link here – its working !!
ESPN’s Mike Coppinger first reported the date last week. Paul vs. Woodley will be contested at 190 pounds. Woodley fought in the UFC at 170 pounds, while Paul fought Ben Askren in April at 190 pounds. Paul won that bout by first-round knockout. Woodley, a close friend and teammate of Askren, was in Askren’s corner for that bout.
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The pair will be fighting at cruiserweight, meaning both fighters will have to weigh in under 200-pounds, or 90.72 kgs.
Paul has weighed between 189-192lbs in each of his three fights thus far, while Woodley fought his entire MMA career at welterweight (170lbs).
When is the Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley fight?
- Date: August 29, 2021, which is Monday, August 30 in Australia
- PPV start time: The event will kick off at 10am AEST.
Jake Paul vs Woodley Fight Card
- Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley
- Amanda Serrano vs Yamileth Mercado
On the undercard, Amanda Serrano will take on Yamileth Mercado. Serrano holds the WBC, WBO and IBO women’s featherweight titles. She is ranked No. 3 on ESPN’s pound-for-pound women’s boxing rankings.
Paul vs. Woodley will be distributed and co-promoted by Showtime with Paul’s Most Valuable Promotions also in on the promotion, per a release. Paul and adviser Nakisa Bidarian of BAVAFA Sports will be event producers.
Controversial American YouTuber Jake Paul has found his next boxing opponent in Tyron Woodley and we have all the information you need to know about the fight.
Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley: Where can I watch the fight?
With Woodley a five-time UFC champion, he is taking a bit of a risk fighting Paul in the boxing ring, especially seeing as the American YouTuber has won his last three pro boxing fights.
How can I watch the Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley fight?
YouTube star turned boxer Jake Paul is set to face his toughest test in the ring when he meets former UFC champ Tyron Woodley. There will be a couple of ways to watch the fight, one of course is going to the event to watch the bout unfold.
Journalist Ariel Helwani has now given us all the details in regards to the event, and we now know all there is in regards to how to watch the fight.
It is taking place on August 29 in Cleveland. On the Sunday night, it will be at 8pm, which is 1am GMT. In America, you can view it on Showtime PPV, whilst it is unknown right now how you can watch if in the UK.
How to watch Jake Paul vs Woodley
The fight will be broadcast by Showtime in the States.
It’s not yet known which service will pick up the event for Australian audiences, with fite.tv or Main Event potential options.
How much does Jake Paul vs Woodley cost?
TBC, but broadcasters might be in for a rude shock if they expect fans to shell out a whole lot for this one.
Jake Paul vs Woodley stream
Check back soon for updated information on which platform has picked up the fight in Australia.
Where is Jake Paul vs Woodley taking place?
The pair will be fighting in Paul’s hometown of Cleveland, Ohio, at the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse.
Jake Paul vs. Woodley odds
Despite Woodley’s significant fight game experience, Paul has been installed as a slight favourite with the bookies.
Odds via Sportsbet at 14/7.
- Jake Paul: $1.75
- Tyron Woodley: $2
Jake Paul record and bio
- Nationality: American
- Born: Jan 17, 1997 (24 years old)
- Height: 6’1″ (185cm)
- Reach: 76 inches
- Record: 3-0 with 3 knockouts
Tyron Woodley record and bio
- Nationality: American
- Born: April 17, 1982 (39 years old)
- Height: 5’9″ (175cm)
- Reach: 74 inches
- Boxing record: N/A
- MMA record: 19-7 with 7 knockouts