Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley Live Stream: How to Watch the PPV Boxing Fight Online One of the most buzzed-about sporting events of the summer, the boxing pay-per-view card is a battle between the infamous content creator and a former MMA world champ One of the most buzzed-about sporting events of the summer, the boxing pay-per-view card is a battle between the infamous content creator and a former MMA world champ
When is Paul vs Woodley? Date, Time, Location
The Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley fight takes place this Sunday, August 29 live from Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland Produced and distributed by SHOWTIME PPV, the event begins at 8:00pm ET/5:00pm PT
Organizers have opened up the event to in-person attendance, and you can get tickets to watch Paul vs Woodley live in person at VividSeatscom We spotted tickets starting at just $31 at the time of this article’s publication
How to Stream Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley Fight Online
If you want to watch the Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley fight online, you’ll need to purchase a pay-per-view (PPV) stream through one of two ways
Stream Paul vs Woodley on FITE
The best way to watch Paul vs Woodley online is through FITEtv The streaming service has an HD PPV stream available for $5999, which will let you stream the Paul vs Woodley fight on TV, your computer, tablet or phone
FITE is also running a promotion right now that lets you enter to win one of four pairs of autographed boxing gloves from both Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley The signed gloves are an officially-licensed collector’s item from the event
Stream Paul vs Woodley on SHOWTIME
The Paul vs Woodley PPV stream is also available for purchase for $5999 at SHOWTIMEcom/PPV Customers who purchase the event via SHOWTIMEcom can watch the event live through the SHOWTIME streaming service app on Apple iOS and tvOS devices, Android Mobile, AndroidTV, Roku, FireTV, Chromecast, Xbox One, as well as online at SHOWTIMEcom You don’t need to be a SHOWTIME subscriber to stream the Paul vs Woodley fight on PPV
How to Watch Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley Fight Online Free
The Paul vs Woodley boxing match is an official PPV event, meaning there isn’t a (legal) way to stream the fight free online However, your purchase on FITE gets you unlimited replays of the event, meaning you can stream it on PPV on Sunday and then watch Paul vs Woodley online free as many times as you want after that
FITE also has free streaming of the press conference, official weigh-in and behind-the-scenes access and analysis, which you can find at FITEtv
How to Watch Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley Fight on TV
Though it’s being billed as a SHOWTIME event, you won’t be able to find the Paul vs Woodley boxing match simply by switching on SHOWTIME on your TV To watch Paul vs Woodley live on TV, you’ll need to first purchase the PPV stream through SHOWTIME or FITE, and then cast the fight onto your screen Both SHOWTIME and FITE also have apps that you can access through your connected streaming devices (think AppleTV or Roku), so you can purchase the PPV fight there and get instant access to watch it on your TV
Paul vs Woodley: Fight Card, Undercard, Odds
One of the most buzzed-about sporting events of the summer, the boxing pay-per-view card on Sunday is a battle between the infamous content creator Jake “The Problem Child” Paul vs former MMA world champion Tyron “The Chosen One” Woodley The fight is scheduled for eight rounds in the cruiserweight division
While Woodley is unquestionably the more experienced fighter, his skills were primarily honed in the UFC octagon How the MMA fighter will fare in a pure boxing match is still to be determined
Paul, meantime, already has three professional boxing matches under his belt, though it’s worth noting that two of them were with “celebs” Ali Eson Gib and Nate Robinson Paul’s other fight took place this past April against the former MMA champion Ben Askren, with the social media star taking Askren down with a brutal first-round knockout Vegas oddsmakers currently have Paul as the betting favorite to win against Woodley as well
There are some intriguing matchups in the Paul vs Woodley undercard as well The five-fight telecast will also feature the US debut of two proven British fighters: Daniel Dubois and Tommy Fury Dubois, who is ranked No 1 by the WBA, will face Juiseppe Angelo Cusumano in a 10-round matchup, while Fury (the younger brother of heavyweight champ Tyson Fury), will square off against combat sports veteran Anthony “Pretty Boy” Taylor in a six-round fight
The fight card also features a unified women’s title fight between WBC/WBO/IBO Featherweight World Champion Amanda Serrano defending her titles against Super Bantamweight World Champion Yamileth Mercado Former Junior Welterweight Champ Ivan Baranchyk, meantime, steps into the ring to face the unbeaten Montana Love in a 10-round showdown
The Jake Paul Circus is back in town on Sunday evening, as the YouTube celebrity-turned-semi-pro boxer returns to the ring to face former UFC champion Tyron Woodley in a Showtime pay-per-view main event from Cleveland.
Does Paul go to 4-0, or is Woodley the man to knock the kid off and make a lot of adults happy and a lot of kids mad, maybe, I actually don’t know how kids think or what they think of Jake Paul because I’m too old to know what children are into.
Anyway, our picks for the fight:
Scott Christ (45-14-3)
To keep it very simple, I think Jake Paul’s going to win because he’s got more ability and dedication to this than a lot of people still want to admit. Is he a world class boxer? No. That’s not the point. Here’s the point: Tyron Woodley isn’t, either, and Woodley is also smaller, older, and well past his peak days in his MMA career. I don’t think Woodley will ultimately have the desire to dig in and win this. Maybe he catches Paul cold with one shot, certainly possible. But if he doesn’t I don’t see him winning. I think Jake will have to go some rounds here, Tyron might be crafty enough to go a few, etc.
OK now that I did some kind of boxing analysis, here’s where I’m really at: Paul’s team would not have him in this fight if they weren’t sure he would win. This is all, on some level, a grift. I’m not saying the fights are fixed or fake, I am saying they are — like many, many, many other boxing careers — extremely carefully constructed and managed. I also don’t think it’ll go very long because Jake Paul is boxing mainly for kids who spend hours of their day on TikTok, attention span ain’t there for an eight-round fight.