Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley fight What you need to know
YouTuber-turned-fighter Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley has discovered his direction back into the ring, this chance to battle previous UFC welterweight champ Tyron Woodley.
Paul recently crushed individual YouTube character AnEsonGib, previous NBA star Nate Robinson and previous MMA warrior Ben Askren.
The compensation per-see occasion, which incorporates five battles, is booked to begin Sunday, August 29 at 8 p.m. ET at the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland, Ohio.
The 8-round cruiserweight session will be accessible on Showtime, with general tickets accessible for $59.99.
Prior to moving in the direction of a boxing profession, Paul had been broadly referred to via online media as a reckless and disputable YouTube star, where he has in excess of 20 million supporters.
“In 4 days I battle for more than whatever’s at the surface level,” Paul said in an Instagram post Wednesday. “I battle for my family, my companions, my mentors, my city, my canine, for shadow, for history, a more prominent reason, and for regard. Sunday August 29th the world will perceive what I’m made of.”
In 2016, Woodley, otherwise called “The Chosen One,” won a UFC title and thusly shielded it multiple times, as per ESPN.
“I’m going to be quicker. I will be more grounded,” Woodley said in a video on Showtime’s true Instagram. “I’m the alpha man, I’m the lion in the wilderness. Anything I want to do, I’m going to do.”
“I gotta continue to remind myself he’s a youngster, that, you know, he’s doing things that someone his age shouldn’t do,” he added.
The occasion incorporates an undercard including Amanda Serrano against Yamileth Mercado, Daniel Dubois versus Joe Cusumano, Ivan Baranchyk against Montana Love and Tommy Fury versus Anthony Taylor.
Following a news gathering Thursday, individuals from Paul’s and Woodley’s groups got into a contention after “Woodley heard a colleague junk to Woodley’s mom, Deborah,” ESPN announced.
The two gatherings must be isolated, as indicated by ESPN, following “warming, profane language” and “a great deal of pushing and pushing.”
“One thing I don’t do is affront,” Woodley told ESPN. “Furthermore, when disregard goes to my mom, it’s an entire issue.”