Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley 2: Date, Card, UK Start Time, Ring Walks, Live Stream, Tickets, Odds and More

Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley 2: Date, Card, UK Start Time, Ring Walks, Live Stream, Tickets, Odds and More

Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley 2 has officially been announced and we have all the details you need to know ahead of this rematch.

The boxing world was gutted to hear that Tommy Fury had to pull out of his fight with Paul due to medical reasons, but this rematch between Paul and Woodley is still a very entertaining spectacle.

Former UFC fighter Woodley will be wanting to get revenge following his loss to the American YouTuber in the first fight, and there is also no love lost between the two.

Many were very excited for Paul vs Fury, but no doubt this is a good fight to replace it and Paul will be wanting to prove that he has what it takes to pursue a career in the sport.

Here is everything you need to know about Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley 2.

Latest News

19th December: Fans believe they have spotted a 'hand twist signal' between Jake Paul and Tyrone Woodley seconds before Woodley dropped his guard 

Read More: Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley rigged? Fans think they've spotted moment that proves fight was fixed

Update 19th December: Brutal ringside footage shows just how big a blow Jake Paul landed on Tyron Woodley

Read More: Brutal ringside footage of the Problem Child’s KO emerges

Update 19th December: Jake Paul lands monster KO on Tyron Woodley in the 6th round 

Read More: Jake Paul lands monster KO on Tyron Woodley in the 6th round

UPDATE 17th December: The official weigh-ins have taken place with both Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley jumping on the scales.

Jake Paul: 191.6 lbs

Tyron Woodley: 189.6 lbs

Update 13th December: Tyron Woodley has been speaking to Submission Radio ahead of the big fight. He was clearly very frustrated by losing to Jake Paul in the first fight as he said: “This is about redemption for myself and just going out there and showing what I’m capable of"

Update 7th December: Tommy Fury shows off x-ray of broken rib ruling him out of Jake Paul fight.

Read more: Tommy Fury shares x-ray of broken rib that's forcing him out of the Jake Paul fight

Tyson Fury battering Tommy with a medicine ball in the ribs looks awkward now!

Read more: Tyson Fury pummelling Tommy in the ribs with a medicine ball could explain the broken rib

Update 6th December: Jake Paul reacts to fighting Tyron Woodley instead of Tommy Fury!

Read more: The Problem Child reacts to fight being called off

Tyson Fury's comments a few days ago about Tommy vs Jake Paul look so awkward now!

Read more: Tyson Fury's comments now look seriously awkward

'Tommy Fumbles' started to trend on Twitter following Fury's withdrawal from Jake Paul fight.

Read more: 'Tommy Fumbles' starts trending on Twitter

What was said at the Press Conference?

The two fighters did not hold back at the press conference in the slightest. A lot was said, and here are some of the key bits that emphasise how big a fight this is for both Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley. Here are the main quotes from both of the fighters. All of these quotes have been gathered from 15rounds.com.

Jake Paul

“It’s funny how someone considered a pro boxer like Tommy Fury gets sick and doesn’t want to fight. I’ve fought hurt before. You have to go get the job done.

"It’s going to be a bank robbery. We added the $500,000 knockout bonus to his contract for this fight, but I don’t need anything else, I already have everything.

“Just because I’m paying him to beat me, doesn’t mean he can. If anything, it’s to my advantage, because he’s going to come out recklessly and get caught.

“I hurt him multiple times in that first fight, and I didn’t even hit him with my best shot. It was a bad night and I still beat him. He should be embarrassed by that.

Tyron Woodley

“I’m just excited about the opportunity to redeem myself. We found out a lot about each other that night in the ring. We have mutual respect, but there’s still unfinished business.

“In the second half of the fight I started walking him down and backing him up. I had him hurt, but he wasn’t out of it. I maybe could have been more active, but I have to go off of what I see.

“Every time I hit him, he ran. When I got hit, I came right back into his face.

“August 29 was a Christmas gift. On December 18, it’s going to be a bad night for Jake Paul. I just need to go out there and get it done. This is round nine to me.

“I’m not going to bash his goals, but Saturday my goal and my mission is clear, and it’s independent of his. I’m coming to smash him.”


The fight will take place on Saturday 18th December 2021 and the two will be fighting at the Amalie Arena in Tampa Bay, Florida.

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The undercard should stay the same when it comes to the other fights on the night. We do not have the complete card confirmed yet, but we do know some fighters who will feature on the night.
There will be a co-main event with female featherweight world champion Amanda Serrano.


  • Amanda Serrano vs Miriam Gutierrez - co-main event
  • Deron Williams vs Frank Gore
  • Liam Paro vs Yomar Alamo

Main Event

  • Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley

UK Start Time

The UK start time for the event has not yet been confirmed; however, the card will likely start at around 12.30am.

Ring Walks

Due to this fight being in America, those in the UK will have to stay up very late to see the two fight on the night. The ring walks should be around 3.30am-4am UK time.

Coverage will start at 12am UK time and you will need to purchase the fight to be able to watch.


Tickets were already on sale for Paul vs Fury, and on Ticketmaster the price varied from £25-100 depending on where you sat.

If you already purchased tickets for this event, they will remain valid for Paul vs Woodley 2.

Live Stream

Paul vs Woodley 2 will be broadcast on BT Sport Box Office, which is where you can stream the fight.

As the event is pay-per-view, it will cost you £19.95 to watch the event.

The fight will also be available to watch on FITE TV and costs $23.99. You can find more information regarding the stream on FITE here.

Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley 2


Parimatch's Boxing Odds favour a win for Paul

  • Jake Paul 4/11
  • Draw / Technical Draw 14/1
  • Tyron Woodley 2/1

Paul is likely to win via a Decision or Technical Decision

  • Jake Paul - to win by Decision or Technical Decision 5/4
  • Jake Paul - to win by KO,TKO or Disqualification 2/1
  • Tyron Woodley - to win by Decision or Technical Decision 8/1
  • Tyron Woodley - to win by KO,TKO or Disqualification 10/3

The match is predicted to last around 6 rounds

  • Under 6.5 Rounds 5/4
  • Over 6.5 Rounds 4/7
  • Will go the Distance 4/5
  • Won’t Go the Distance 10/11



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