Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley 2: Fight Date, Time And How to Watch Online

In the wake of the cancellation of Jake Paul’s fight with Tommy Fury, he’ll now face Tyron Woodley for the second time. Due to complications arising from a broken rib that he sustained in their scheduled fight on Monday, half-brother Tyson Fury has decided to withdraw from their scheduled bout. Instead of facing Fury, Paul stated that he will engage with Tyron Woodley.

When is Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley taking place?

The bout kicks off at 9 p.m. ET (6 p.m. PT) on Dec. 18.  The match is slated to take place in Amalie Arena in Tempa, Florida.

The fact that Woodley has only two weeks to prepare will not be overlooked by spectators.

How to watch Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley?

The showdown will be streamed live on PPV via Showdown. Those wanting the catch the live stream will have to spend $39.95 for the PPV.

Tommy Fury is out

In a series of tweets on Monday, promoter Frank Warren confirmed the change.

“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,” Fury said in one of the tweets. “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 still happen more than anything.”

Tyron Woodley is in

Paul, on the other hand, didn’t have to look far for a new challenge. His Dec. 18 showdown with Tyron Woodley rather than Tommy Fury was announced on Twitter on Monday.

Paul told during a media briefing that-

“When my team woke me up on Friday to tell me Tommy was pulling out, I told them I’m ready to fight anyone on Dec. 18,” “Troy, Trey, Trevor, Travis. I don’t give a damn who it is.”

Paul won a split-decision fight against mixed martial fighter Woodley in August. It’s possible Woodley’s “I love Jake Paul” art is what convinced Paul to grant Woodley a second chance in the Octagon. He tattoed it on the inside of his finger, where no one will ever see it.

“First time I outboxed [Woodley],” “This time I’m gonna punish him and leave no doubt.”

Fight stipulations

Jake Paul is known for making strange bets, such as Tyron Woodley having the tattoo “I love Jake Paul” after losing a bet. If he had faced Fury, he would have demanded that he alter his nickname to “Tommy Fumbles” for like a year. But, as far as we know, the wager was never confirmed or agreed upon. And, for the time being, it’s a meaningless matter until the bout is rescheduled — if it occurs.

The Fury bout would have been Paul’s first battle against someone of a comparable height and weight to himself, as well as someone with a similar scale of boxing experience. Fury has a 7-0 record and four knockouts. Jake Paul has a perfect 4-0 record so far.

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