How to watch Paul vs. Woodley fight Live on August 29th
YouTube star and undefeated boxer Jake Paul return to the ring Sunday night to take on former UFC star Tyron Woodley. We break down how to watch, odds, the full card, and more.
It’s boxing at its finest this Sunday evening, as Youtube star Jake Paul takes on former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland, Ohio.
The full card is set for Sunday, August 29th at 8:00 p.m., with the main event being the one most fans will come to see. Paul and Woodley have been engaging in some trash talk since the lead-up to Paul fighting Ben Askren, and this bout is the logical outcome that should drive plenty of social media traffic.
Paul should be about 190 lbs, while the former UFC welterweight champion Woodley was around 170 lbs. for most of his career. We’ll see what the weight difference is between the two at the weigh-in on Saturday.
How to watch Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley
You can live stream the entire event via PPV on Fite.TV for $59.99. Once you’ve purchased the official PPV live stream, you can log in to view the fight on their various apps, available for iOS, Google Play, Roku, Amazon and more.
Ring walks for Paul vs. Woodley are expected at around 10:00 p.m. ET on Sunday depending on the length of the undercard.
Woodley is 19-7 in his championship MMA career but lost his last four fights before leaving the UFC. Paul is 3-0 career, with wins over zero actual boxers in Youtube star AnEsonGib, NBA Slam Dunk Champion Nate Robinson, and UFC’s Ben Askren.
Moneyline from DraftKings Sportsbook
Tyron Woodley: +155
Jake Paul: -185
Full Card for Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley
- Main event: Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley, cruiserweights
- Co-event: Amanda Serrano vs. Yamileth Mercado for women’s WBC, WBO and IBO World Featherweight titles
- Tommy Fury vs. Anthony Taylor, light heavyweights
- Daniel Dubois vs. Joe Cusumano, heavyweights
- Ivan Barancyhk vs. Montana Love, super lightweights
- Charles Conwell vs. Lucas Brian Ariel Bastida, middleweight
Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley – Official PPV Live Stream – FITE
Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley: Fight card, odds, PPV price, rumors, Showtime Boxing, complete guide, date
Paul looks to run his professional record to 4-0 when he faces the former UFC welterweight champion
It’s fight week once again with another big PPV event on tap. This time, the eyes of the fight world descend upon Cleveland, Ohio, as social media influencer Jake Paul looks to take the next step in his professional boxing career when he faces off with former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley. The fight headlines the latest Showtime Boxing PPV event and is set to go down inside the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse. The fight is scheduled for eight rounds in the cruiserweight division.
Paul has made quite the debut into the sweet science with three bouts all ending rather quickly. The first came against another YouTuber in Anson Gibb when he floored him in just over two minutes in January 2020. Then in November 2020, Paul made light work of former NBA player Nate Robinson in a knockout that went viral. Finally, Paul flattened former MMA champion, Ben Askren, in the first round of their bout in April, but many of the purists of the sport have called on him to face an opponent that will provide at least some resistance.
Woodley can provide just that. The former champion, who was able to defend his title four times, owns seven knockouts in 19 career wins. His star-making moment came with a thunderous first-round knockout of legend Robbie Lawler to earn the 170-pound title in 2016. The biggest questions he’ll face when he enters the ring in Cleveland are just how quickly he can pick up the skills needed to outbox Paul when he makes his debut and how much age will play at factor at 39.
This event also features some rising names and decorated champions. Notably, unified women’s featherweight champion Amanda Serrano puts her trio of belts on the line against Yamileth Mercado in the co-main event. Serrano (40-1-1, 30 KOs) is a one-woman wrecking crew in the ring. She has not tasted defeat since April 2012 and is inching closer to the record for most knockout wins in women’s history. A TKO over Mercado would put her in a tie with Christy Martin for the all-time mark.
Below is the complete fight card with the latest odds from Caesars Sportsbook. You can also find viewing information for the bout below as it will air live on Showtime PPV. Source link