Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley 2: TV channel, live stream, UK start time, undercard after Tommy Fury pulls out of fight

TOMMY FURY is OUT and Tyron Woodley is IN for Jake Paul's December fight.

TNT had to withdraw after suffering a broken rib in training plus a bacterial chest infection, leaving the door open for YouTube star Paul to rematch against former UFC fighter Woodley.

The Problem Child defeated Woodley, 39, on points back in August, though question marks remain with Woodley rocking Paul for the first time in his career.

Paul, 24, said: "For me, the biggest thing to gain is proving people wrong from last time that thought he won, which is hilarious – including the judge who made it a split decision.

"People just need to realise how serious I take this and how a lot of these other professional fighters don’t train as hard as me.

"They’re not as prepared as me. And like, Tommy Fury, he pulled out of the fight because of some silly, little thing. I’ve fought with a broken nose. I’ve fought sick. The list goes on.


"Last fight, against Tyron, I had a hyperextended elbow. I didn’t say anything. Why? Because it doesn’t matter. I’m still going to go in there and find a way to win. That’s my motivation, is win."

When is Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley 2?

Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley 2 takes place on Saturday, December 18.

The Amalie Arena in Florida plays host.

Expect the main event ring walks from 4am GMT. This is 11pm local time in Florida.

What TV channel and live stream is Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley 2 on?

Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley 2 will be broadcast live on Showtime in the US.

BT Sport Box Office are expected to be showing the card in the UK, having had the rights with Fury in the main event.

The show is set to start at midnight GMT.

Why did Tommy Fury pull out?

Brit star Fury, 22, withdrew 12 days before the fight after suffering with a bacterial chest infection AND a broken rib.

Fury said: "I am absolutely heartbroken that I have been forced to withdraw from my fight with Jake Paul due to a bacterial chest infection and broken rib.

"The beginning of my camp was going so incredibly and I never expected anything to come in my way from a victory on December 18.

"I can't express now disappointed I am and I really do hope we can get this fight rescheduled in the new year.

"I want this fight to happen more than anything."

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