This fight looked like potentially happening after Woodley called Paul out back in April. At the time he wanted to fight the YouTuber in MMA, but now he has agreed to take the fight to the boxing ring.
Woodley is not in the best of form as he has lost his last four fights, while Paul has won his first three professional boxing bouts; the quality of his opponents have been questioned, however.
It will be an entertaining spectacle and clearly, there is no love lost between the two. We might get a look of them seeing each other for the first time since the fight was agreed upon when Logan Paul and Floyd Mayweather meet before their fight this Friday, June 4.
Here is everything you need to know about Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley:
UPDATE 19th July: Jake Paul has yet again taken to Twitter to mock his opponent Tyron Woodley ahead of the fight.
UPDATE 15th July: Jake Paul made a bizarre call-out towards an eight-year unbeaten fighter even before he got in the ring with Tyron Woodley.
UPDATE 14th July: Following the press conference last night, tensions were high and the two have agreed one of the craziest tattoo bets in boxing history!
Paul also took some time to go after Conor McGregor and made some bold statements about the UFC star.
UPDATE 13th July: Jake Paul has received some support in the form of a seven-weight world champion ahead of his crunch clash in Cleveland.
UPDATE 12th July: Rumours are starting to circulate suggesting that the date of the fight could be changed.
UPDATE 7th July: Tyron Woodley has fired some shots at Jake Paul in his latest interview
UPDATE 6th July: Footage has emerged of Tyron Woodley this morning and the five-time UFC champion is in great shape.
UPDATE 5th July: Great heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury has been full of praise for Jake Paul and his start to boxing.
UPDATE 2nd July: Jake Paul doesn't seem at all fazed by the fact that Tyron Woodley is training with Floyd Mayweather.
UPDATE 2nd July: Twitter reacted hysterically after what the YouTuber turned boxer said about his upcoming opponent and trainer.
Floyd Mayweather has taken the step to train Woodley with just under two months left until fight night!
UPDATE June 23rd: Tyron Woodley has predicted that he will knock out Jake Paul early on in the fight.
UPDATE June 22nd: Jake Paul's ex-sparring partner has hit out at the American YouTuber ahead of his fight with Tyron Woodley.
UPDATE June 17th: The pair recently met up for a face-to-face promotion and Paul looked rather intimidated by his opponent.
Update June 7th: Boxing Legend Floyd Mayweather has come out and said that he would help Tyron Woodley train for the fight.
It has been announced that the pair will meet to fight on Sunday, August 29.
Paul doesn’t seem to be scared of the 5-time UFC Champion by the look of his social media posts.
The venue for the Paul vs Woodley fight has not officially been confirmed, but we do know it will take place in Miami in the US.
Where can I buy tickets for the Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley fight?
For now, boxing fans are not able to buy tickets for the fight as it has only just been announced. When we find out that information we will provide you with all the details.
Who is on the undercard for the fight?
Currently, the other fights for the night have not been announced, but with this event undoubtedly pulling in a huge audience, many boxers will want to be stepping inside the ring at the event.
Looking at Oddchecker.com, it seems like Paul is the favourite to win the fight. The odds for this are around 8/13, with Woodley to win at 5/2 (as of 23rd July, 2021).
The YouTuber is also favourite to win by KO, TKO or Disqualification, with the odds for this being 8/11, whilst they are 7/5 for Woodley.
The fight will be like a typical boxing match and therefore will be available on pay-per-view (PPV). It has been revealed that Showtime will be charging fans to watch the fight.
When Paul fought Ben Askren the PPV price was $49.99 (£35.37) on Triller pay-per-view and we are expecting a similar price for the upcoming bout. He recently signed a multi-fight deal with the company who host Showtime Championship Boxing.
Jake Paul Stats
Total fights: 3
Reach: 76 inches
Total fights: 3
Tyron Woodley Stats
Total fights: 27
Reach: 74 inches
The fight will certainly be a highly-anticipated event as fans of both Paul and Woodley will want to see their favourite fighter come out on top.
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