Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley: Fight card, odds, PPV price, rumors, complete guide, date, Showtime Boxing

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It is time to throw down. No more talking or staredowns are needed to hype up this one as social media star Jake Paul continues his crossover into boxing when he takes on former UFC champion Tyron Woodley. The two will meet inside the Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse on Sunday night in the main event of a Showtime Boxing PPV event. They meet at a contracted weight of 190 pounds and both weighed in right on that number on Saturday. 

Paul has made quite the debut into the sweet science with three bouts all ending rather quickly. The first came against another YouTuber in AnEson 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.

“I’m polarizing, I get it. I don’t care what people think. Most people aren’t like that,” Paul said at the final press conference. “They’re scared to rub people the wrong way. Some people want to see me lose, but I’m here to stay.

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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 is 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.

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.

You can follow along with every moment of the action on Sunday night from Cleveland, Ohio, with our live blog that will provide play-by-play commentary for each fight, round-by-round scoring and much, much more.

Paul vs. Woodley fight card, odds, results

  • Jake Paul -210 vs. Tyron Woodley +175, 190-pound catchweight (eight rounds)
  • Amanda Serrano (c) -3000 vs. Yamileth Mercado +1300, unified women’s featherweight titles (10 rounds)
  • Daniel Dubois -3500 vs. Joe Cusumano +1400, heavyweight (10 rounds)
  • Ivan Baranchyk -190 vs. Montana Love +160, welterweight (10 rounds)
  • Tommy Fury -1500 vs. Anthony Taylor +850, cruiserweight (four rounds)

Paul vs. Woodley info

  • Date: Aug. 29 | Start time: 8 p.m. ET
  • Location: Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse — Cleveland, Ohio
  • TV: Showtime PPV on all traditional cable and satellite providers | Live stream: or the Showtime App
  • Price: $59.99

Paul vs. Woodley countdown

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