Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley: Date, Time, Venue, PPV, Tickets, Undercard, and More

Jake Paul is set to take on the former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley in an upcoming boxing event this weekend. Ahead of this intriguing boxing match-up, here is everything you need to know about the date, time, venue, PPV, tickets, undercard, and more.


Paul vs. Woodley will take place this Sunday, August 29, 2021.


The fight card will commence at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT (1 a.m. BST on August 30, in the UK). Paul and Woodley are likely to make their ring walks around midnight ET (5 a.m. BST in the UK). 


This intriguing boxing event will take place at the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, Paul's hometown.

Live Streaming Platforms

USA viewers can watch the event live on 'SHOWTIME PPV', which will cost you $59.99. BT Sport will live telecast the event in the UK for a price of £16.95. Meanwhile, worldwide viewers can get access to the event on Fite TV for $14.99.


Viewers who wish to watch Paul vs. Woodley live in the arena can buy tickets from SeatGeek or TicketSmarter websites. The tickets will cost you anywhere between $25 to $2,000.

Paul or Woodley, who is the

Jake Paul is coming into this fight as a slight favorite (-225), while Tyron Woodley is the underdog (+175).


Amanda Serrano vs.
Yamileth Mercado

The co-main event will feature a champion vs. champion bout. Amanda Serrano will defend her WBC, WBO, & IBO women's featherweight titles against the current WBC women's super bantamweight champion Yamileth Mercado.

Daniel Dubois vs.
Joe Cusumano

Daniel Dubois (16-1) will make his USA debut against Joe Cusumano (19-3) in 10 rounds of heavyweight action. Dubois is a knockout artist having over 93% of his victories coming in this manner (15 out of 16). Meanwhile, the same can be said for Cusumano, who has claimed 17 out of his 19 victories via T/KO.

Montana Love vs.
Ivan Baranchyk

Undefeated (15-0-1), Montana Love will go up against the former WBA Inter-Continental light-welterweight champion Ivan Baranchyk (20-2) in ten rounds of welterweight action.

Tommy Fury vs.
Anthony Taylor

Undefeated (6-0), Tommy Fury will make his USA debut against Anthony Taylor (0-1) in six rounds of action in a catchweight (180 lbs) bout.

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