Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley: fight card, TV and how to watch online

YouTube star Jake Paul and UFC champion Tyron Woodley face off on Sunday, Aug. 29 in a cruiserweight boxing bout. Here’s the full card for the evening and how you can catch the action.

Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley: fight card, TV and how to watch online
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The match between social media star Jake Paul and MMA fighter Tyron Woodley takes place at the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland, Ohio.

“The Problem Child” Paul’s fledgling boxing career boasts a 3-0 record so far, while this is the first boxing match for Woodley, who was the UFC welterweight champion from July 2016 to March 2019.

Paul vs. Woodley: where to watch

The event is scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. ET, but Paul and “The Chosen One” Woodley are projected to do their ring walks hours later, depending on how long the earlier fights last.

You can watch the fight on Showtime Pay-Per-View to the tune of $59.99. It will also be streamed live via, the Showtime Sports Official YouTube Page, the Showtime App, and Fite TV.

Paul vs. Woodley full fight card

There is one other big match on the evening’s fight card. The co-main event will see defending featherweight world champion Amanda Serrano taking on super bantamweight world champion Yamileth Mercado.

Serrano has a 40-1-1 record, with 30 of her wins being knockouts. Mercado began her career as a featherweight before going down to a bantamweight. She looks forward to fighting in her old weight class.

Serrano and Mercado are battling it out for the WBC, WBO, and IBO World Female Featherweight Titles.

There are three other fights on the undercard: Ivan Barancyhk goes against Montana Love in a welterweight clash, British Daniel Dubois makes his US debut as he faces Joe Cusumano in a heavyweight match, and Tommy Fury locks horns with Anthony Taylor in another cruiserweight contest.