Jake Paul is going to fight against a formal MMA Champion Tyron Woodley on August 29. Woodley, a newcomer to pro boxing, is considered to be a real challenge to Paul. Soon, we will know who is going to have the last smile in this Jake Paul vs Woodley match on Sunday Night.
In his young boxing career, Paul has gone 3-0 knockouts so far. He has taken out Eson Gib, Nate Robinson, and Ben Askren in short order. But Woodley is, by far, the best striker and demonstrated his skills during his UFC career.
Between the two reached a cold fight on Thursday at a pre-fight press conference. According to ESPN’s Marc Raimondi, Woodley got upset with a member of Paul’s camp as he talks to his mother, Deborah. Woodley said that Pauls’s team has crossed the line.
“I told him I’ll pay you to double your purse if you beat me. But if you lose, you have to pay your purse to my charity. He lacks confidence. ” said Jake Paul, “He’s a good striker. He’s known for knocking people out. But I think when I beat Tyron, people have to put respect on my name. But that’s not what I’m here for, to be honest.”
“I’ve always wanted to box my whole life but never did it. This is my opportunity. This is a kid that’s a power-puncher. He’s got a lot of strength behind him. said Woodley, “I just want to have fun. I want to train hard. I want to get better and want to go out there and do things on my terms and be the one to call the shots”
We will know about when, where, how to live stream Paul vs Woodley, odds, and prediction of this match here.
When and where is the Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley?
The fight between Paul and Woodley will take place on Sunday, August 29, 2021.
There is a total of six fights including the main event. The matches will start at 8 PM ET. The main event will begin at 10.30 PM ET (Approx.)
Jake Paul vs Woodley’s fight will take place in Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. So the people from Ohio will be able to watch the fight live. The stadium has a capacity of 20,562 spectators. The sale of the tickets is on sale. The ticket will cost only 10$. So grab your ticket right now and watch the matches sitting in the stadium.
How to Live Stream Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley fight?
Showtime.com will broadcast Jake Paul vs Woodley live stream in the Pay-Per-View. They have set a value of $59.99 for the fight. The cost is high for some customers. But Showtime’s president Espinoza cleared the confusion of the pricing. “That reflects a couple of things,” Espinoza said of the price. “It’s in the ballpark of where similar fights have been. It is at a point below a lot of other higher-priced PPVs, but in particular, on this one, I think you’ve got a full boxing card of exciting young fighters. That was the key.”
How to Watch Jake Paul vs Woodley Online from Anywhere?
The best options to watch this big fight are given below:
If you are someone from the USA you can watch all the amazing matches in dedicated boxing streamer Fite.TV. You have to watch the matches at pay per view event and it will only cost $59.99. You can get Fite.TV on a selection of devices including iOS, Android, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, Xbox One, as well as simply on their websites.
BT Sports has the right to broadcast the Jake Paul vs Woodley fight from the UK. But you have to subscribe to their PPV event and it will cost $16.95.
In Australia, you can watch the matches on Foxtel’s Main Event platform. You have to subscribe to the PPV event. The PPV event costs $29.95. To watch the Paul vs Woodley live, you will have to sign up via the Foxtel site of the Kayo Sports main event. It will be available in IOS, Android, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, Xbox One.
Fite.TV has the right to broadcast Paul vs Woodley in Canada. It is also a Pay Per View event. Fite.TV will cost $59.99 USD or $75 CASD to watch the matches.
It doesn’t matter which country you are from, if you are a boxing fan, don’t waste your time. Call your friends, order some pizza and sit in front of the TV to catch all the live events.
Jake Paul’s record and bio:
- Nationality: American
- Born: Jan 17, 1997
- Height: 6’1″
- Reach: 76 inches
- Record: 3-0 with 3 knockouts
Tyron Woodley’s record and bio:
- Nationality: American
- Born: April 17, 1982
- Height: 5’9″
- Reach: 74 inches
- Boxing record: N/A
- MMA record: 19-7 with 7 knockouts
Paul vs Woodley Fight Card:
- Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley
- Amanda Serrano (c) vs. Yamileth Mercado – WBC, WBO, IBO World Featherweight titles
- Ivan Baranchyk vs. Montana Love – Welterweight
- Daniel Dubois vs. Joe Cusumano – Heavyweight
- Tommy Fury vs. Anthony Taylor – Cruiserweight
- Charles Conwell vs. Lucas Brian Ariel Bastida – Super-Welterweight
- Jake Paul: -138
- Tyron Woodley: +100
According to Oddschecker, Paul is a slight favorite at -138, meaning it would take a wager of $138 to earn a $100 profit if Paul wins. As for Woodley, he’s a +100 underdog. A $100 bet on Woodley would return a $100 profit should Woodley emerge victoriously.
Woodley is unquestionably better than the previous fighters Paul has faced and certainly offers Paul’s hardest test.
But he’s still not a boxer or puncher by gene and despite his vastly enriched fighting resume, he will enter Sunday’s contest as the underdog against a bigger opponent who is 15 years younger them him.
It is also worth noting that this fight is taking place at 190lbs – 20lbs heavier than the smaller Woodley normally fights in the UFC. Paul is also in great form. He has been dominating in the ring for the last couple of months.
It will be a tough competition, but Woodley may defeat Paul in the third round.