What time is the Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley fight on in the UK?

Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley will rematch one another this weekend, four months after their initial clash.

YouTube sensation Paul defeated the ex-UFC title holder via split decision in August, setting up a fight with Tommy Fury – half-brother of heavyweight boxing champion Tyson.

Fury was forced to back out of the match-up, however, citing a broken rib and chest infection last week. Woodley immediately stepped in, receiving the rematch he had previously tried to secure by getting an “I love Jake,” tattoo – as per a bet between himself and Paul.

The 39-year-old hurt Paul, 24, in their initial in-ring meeting, and he will no doubt seek a finish with greater conviction this time around. The added incentive will be a $500,000 bonus, paid by Paul, though the YouTuber has promised his own stoppage win.

Here’s everything you need to know about the fight between the two Americans.


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When is it?

The fight will take place on Saturday 18 December at Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida.

The ring walks are expected to take place at approximately 5am GMT on Sunday morning, following a series of undercard fights – which will get under way at 2am GMT.

How can I watch?

Tyron Woodley (left) faces off with Jake Paul ahead of their first clash

In the UK, the event will be broadcast live on streaming service FITE TV.

What are the odds?

Paul: 1/3

Woodley: 9/4

Draw: 16/1

Via Betfair.

What is the prize money?

While the official purses for this rematch haven’t been revealed, we know a couple of things.

First of all, each man earned $2million for the first fight, so it is hard to see either receiving less on this occasion.

Furthermore, Paul has promised to pay Woodley a $500,000 bonus if the ex-UFC welterweight can knock him out. Paul also suggested that the sum will come straight from his own purse for this fight.

Who is Tyron Woodley?

Woodley is a former UFC welterweight champion, with a background in wrestling and a powerful right hand. The 39-year-old lost his title to current champion Kamaru Usman in March 2019, a result which marked the start of a four-fight losing run. That streak led Woodley to be cut from the UFC, with his next move in mixed martial arts currently unknown. It did, however, allow the Missouri native the chance to box Paul in August – and this month.

That fight marked Woodley’s professional boxing debut, while Paul is 4-0 with knockout wins over fellow YouTuber AnEsonGib, ex-NBA star Nate Robinson, and former MMA champion Ben Askren.

Here’s a full breakdown of Woodley’s career and the threat he poses to Paul.

Will Jake Paul still fight Tommy Fury?

Following his withdrawal from his scheduled clash with Paul, Fury had this to say:


“I can’t express how 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. I’m now regretfully putting my focus on recovery and a further reschedule date.”

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