Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley 2 – Date, Card, Tickets, How To Watch

Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury Boxing 18 Dec 2021

Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley will meet in a rematch in the main event of Showtime PPV on December 18, 2021. Paul was earlier facing Tommy Fury on the night, but Fury pulled out of the bout. Woodley came in as a short-notice replacement for a rematch with Paul.

Keep on reading to find out the complete information on Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley 2 PPV including undercard, date, location, start time, tale of the tape, tickets, fight purse, How to watch, live streaming details, news & updates, and more information. 

Date, Time, Location


  • Date: December 18, 2021
  • Location: Amalie Arena, Tampa, FL, US
  • Main Card: 9 PM EST/6 PM PST

Preview


Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury catchweight bout(192 lbs) was supposed to main event Showtime PPV event on December 18. However, Fury pulled out of the bout two weeks before due to an undisclosed injury.

Tyron Woodley stepped in to replace Fury on short notice and set up a rematch with Paul. They earlier headlined a PPV on August 29, 2021. Fury defeated Woodley with a controversial split decision. Woodley immediately asked for a rematch but Paul put a condition that Woodley get “I Love Jake Paul” tattoo to get a rematch.

Woodley got the tattoo on his middle finger but Paul had moved on to the bout with Fury. After Fury’s withdrawal, Woodley came in as a replacement for the main event bout on December 18.

The Problem Child has had just four bouts in his professional career. Although, none of those have been boxers by trade. After defeating Youptuber AnEsonGib in his debut bout, Jake has defeated Basketball player Nate Robinson, followed by Ben Askren and Tyron Woodley.

For Woodley, this will just be just the second professional boxing bout after he made his debut in first bout against Paul.

How To Watch


Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley will once again the main event a Showtime PPV with the event being available via several PPV carriers in the United States. The event will be available via the Showtime app and website on PPV for $59.95.

In UK and Ireland. BT Sports Box Office will carry the event. Fite TV is airing the event in other countries like Australia and Canada for $19.99 via the below link.

Tickets


Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley II PPV will take place in Tampa at Amalie Arena. The tickets for the event can be booked from the below link.

Tale of the Tape


Boxer NameJake PaulTyron Woodley
NickNameThe Problem ChildThe Chosen One
Age2439
Weight198 pounds189.5 Pounds
Height6′ 1″ (185 cm)6′ 1″ (185 cm)
CountryUnited StatesUnited States
Reach76 (193 cm)76″ (196 cm)
StanceOrthodoxOrthodox
Record4-0-00-1-0
KOs30

Paul vs Woodley Fight Purse


The official fight purse details are not revealed yet. However, both Paul and Woodley got $2 million each from their first bout. They are also getting a 50% share from PPV sales.

FighterBase SalaryPPV Share
Jake Paul$2 million50%
Tyron Woodley $2 million50%

Undercard (Fight Card)


Check out: Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley 2 Live Results blog

  • Jake Paul(4-0) vs. Tyron Woodley Fury(0-1) – 8 Rounds, Cruiserweight Bout
  • Amanda Serrano(41-1-1) vs. Miriam Gutierrez(14-1) – 10 rounds, Lightweight Bout
  • Liam Paro(21-0) vs. Yomar Alamo(20-0-1)- 10 Rounds, Junior Welterweight
  • Deron Williams(NBA) vs. Frank Gore(NFL) – 4 rounds, Heavyweight bout
  • Chris Avila(0-1) vs. Anthony Taylor(2-2) – 4 rounds, Super Middleweight bout
  • J’Leon Love vs. Marcus Oliveira – Crusierweight bout

News & Updates


December 17, 2021: Weigh-in results for the event are as follows:
Jake Paul – 191.4 lbs, vs Tyron Woodley – 185.6 lbs
Amanda Serrano – 133.8 lbs, vs Miriam Gutierrez – 133.6 lbs
Deron Williams – 211.2 lbs, vs Frank Gore – 209.6 lbs
Liam Paro – 139.4 lbs, vs Yomar Alamo – 139 lbs
Anthony Taylor – 167.8 lbs, vs Chris Avila – 166.4 lbs
J’Leon Love – 197 lbs, vs Marcus Oliveira – 198.6 lbs
Jeovanny Estela – 149.6 lbs, vs Chris Rollins – 149.4 lbs

December 16, 2021: Jake Paul said that he would beat Tyron Woodley in MMA with 2 years of training.

December 15, 2021: Both competitors took part in the open workout as part of the promotions for the PPV.

December 14, 2021: Jake Paul revealed in the All Access show that the first fight against Tyron Woodley fight left him with an ego check, and he came to realize that he has a lot of fundamentals to work on.

December 13, 2021: Tyron Woodley explained the reason why he could not knock out Paul in the first fight. He told that his shoulder was sore and he was working on “pure thug energy from MMA.”

December 12, 2021: Liam Paro, who competes on the undercard of this event, expressed that he is excited for this event as this will be the biggest night of his career. He also thinks a win here would put him in line to fight the winner of Josh Taylor and Jack Catterall fight.

December 10, 2021: Woodley also expressed that he missed countering Paul’s punches in the first fight and would correct the mistake in the rematch.

December 10, 2021: Woodley also revealed that Paul has put $500,000 wager in the contract which Woodley will get if he manages to knock out Paul.

December 9, 2021: Tyron Woodley revealed that there is a rematch clause in the contract which will see another rematch against Jake Paul if Woodley wins this bout.

December 8, 2021: Tyron Woodley said in a video released on Instagram that he is going to knock out Jake Paul this time.

December 6, 2021: Jake Paul said he would want to prove people wrong who thought Tyron Woodley won their first fight.

December 6, 2021: Tommy Fury withdrew from the bout and Tyron Woodley came in as a short-notice replacement.

October 29, 2021: Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury was announced for December 18.

August 29, 2021: Jake Paul defeated Tyron Woodley in their main event bout via split decision.

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