Jake Paul Vs. Tyron Woodley 2: Start time, how to watch or stream online

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Paul and Woodley, during their first match, earlier this year.

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This weekend Jake Paul boxing his old enemy, Tyron Woodley, for the second time.

It’s all thanks to an unfortunate injury. Paul’s first opponent Tommy Fury, half-brother of the reigning heavyweight king Tyson Fury, said he is withdrawing from the planned match due to complications from a broken rib, and hopes to reschedule their match by 2022. And Paul said he will fight a rematch with Tyron Woodley instead of fighting Fury.

When will Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley place?

The motherboard starts at 21.00 ET (18.00 PT) on 18 December in Tampa, Florida, in the Amalie Arena.

It will not go unnoticed by viewers that Woodley only has two weeks to get ready for the match.

In the UK, this means that the card starts at 02.00 on 19 December. For fans in Australia, it equates to at. 13.00 on 19 December.

How to Watch or Stream Jake Paul Vs. Tyron Woodley

The match will be available on PPV through Showtime in the USA.

People in the UK can see via

. If you watch Australia, you can book the match on PPV through Kayo Sports.

Tommy Fury’s injury

Fury’s promoter, Frank Warren, posted a tweet thread on Monday announcing the change.

“I’m completely devastated that I’ve been forced to withdraw from my fight with Jake Paul due to a bacterial breast infection and broken ribs,” Fury said in one of the tweets. “I can not express how disappointed I am and I really hope we can have this match rescheduled in the new year, I want this match to still happen more than anything else.”

Tyron Woodley replaces

But it did not take Paul long to find a new opponent. On Monday, he tweeted that he will still fight on December 18, but instead of Tommy Fury, he is fighting a rematch with Tyron Woodley.

“When my team woke me up last Friday to tell me Tommy was retiring, I told them I was ready to fight anyone on December 18th,” Paul said in a press release. “Troy, Trey, Trevor, Travis. I do not care who it is.”

Paul fought Woodley, a mixed martial artist, in August, defeated him in a battle with split-decision. You may remember Paul’s lighted suitcases, or Woodley’s suitcases advertising “Dude Wipes”. Or maybe you remember how Paul told Woodley that he would give him a rematch if Woodley gets an “I love Jake Paul” tattoo. Which he did – on the inside of a finger where almost no one can see it.

“First time I outboxed [Woodley]”, Paul said in a press release.” This time I will punish him and leave no doubt. “

Match regulations

Jake Paul likes to have bizarre bets, like Tyron Woodley who got the tattoo “I love Jake Paul” after losing. If he had fought Fury, he would have wanted to get him to change his name to “Tommy Fumbles” for a year. But the bet was never finalized or agreed, at least as far as we know. And now it’s kind of a controversial point until the match is rescheduled – if that happens.

The Fury fight would have been the first time Paul fought someone closer to his own height and natural weight, plus the first time he fought someone with a similar amount of boxing experience. Fury’s record is 7-0, with four knockouts to his name. Jake Paul has 4-0.

Full match card

  • Jake Paul Vs. Tyron Woodley
  • Amanda Serrano vs. Miriam gutierrez
  • Deron Williams Vs. Frank Gore
  • Liam Paro vs. Yomar alamo

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