JAKE PAUL will be back in the ring this weekend against arch-nemesis Tyron Woodley in a massive spin-off rematch.
Paul was supposed to fight Tommy Fury in an even bigger bout but the Briton had to pulled out with an injury.
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So in the footsteps of former UFC star Woodley, who Paul defeated through division decision back in August in Cleveland.
This time around, Woodley knew he needed to put on an even more offensive performance than he did in the first game, so the entertainment value should be sky-high.
The card also has some fighters who have fought with Paul’s bottom card before.
But this bronze feature doesn’t fall outside the weird and wonderful category when a former NBA and NFL star collides.
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One of the main attractions on the card is former NBA star Deron Williams’ clash with former NFL player Frank Gore.
Katie Taylor’s potential future rival Amanda Serrano is also on the list.
And Paul’s joining partner, Anthony Taylor, who lost decisively to Tommy Fury in August, is also on the card.
- Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley (8 rounds – cruiser class)
- Amanda Serrano vs Miriam Gutierrez (10 rounds – lightweight)
- Deron Williams vs Frank Gore (4 rounds – heavyweight)
- Liam Paro vs Yomar Alamo (10 rounds – super light)
- J’Leon Love vs Marcus Oliveira (8 rounds – cruiser class)
- Anthony Taylor vs Chris Avila (4 rounds – light-heavyweight)
- Jeovanny Estela vs Chris Rollins (4 rounds – welterweight division)
When and what channel is Paul vs Woodley 2?
- Jake Paul’s big clash with Tyron Woodley will take place on Saturday, December 18.
- However, fans in the UK will have to get up early in the morning on December 19 to watch this event.
- Loop walks for the main event are scheduled for around 4am GMT.
- The main card is set to start operating at 1am GMT.
- You can watch Paul vs Woodley 2 on Fite TV PPV in the UK for around £18.
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