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Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley: Start time, how to watch, press conference chaos, full fight card

por Layla Tristan (2022-08-11)


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Jake Paul at the final press conference this Thursday.
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Jake Paul's fight with Tyron Woodley is just days away now. On August 29 Paul faces the former UFC champion in a boxing match. After a chaotic press conference where a member of Jake Paul's team got into it with Tyron Woodley's mother of all people, this event could ultimately end in chaos.Recently Showtime released the first episode of All Access, focused on the fight. If you're looking for an intro to the fight, the fighters themselves and behind-the-scenes footage of preparation, you could do a lot worse.











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2021 been a big year for the Paul brothers. Back in June, Logan Paul fought boxing champ Floyd Mayweather Jr., in what was hardly the fight of the century. Now, Jake Paul will fight mixed martial artist Tyron Woodley. And if you need a bizarro reason to watch, the loser has to get a tattoo proclaiming their love for the fight's winner. What in the name of Mike Tyson's face tattoo is even going on here? 



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When is the fight?
Mark your calendars for Aug. 29 at 8 p.m ET/5 p.m. PT. The big event will be held in Paul's hometown of Cleveland, at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse.
Official fight poster💰Look into my eyes…I am knocking Tyron out on Sunday August 29th. Live on PPV everywhere @showtimeboxing pic.twitter.com/fn4gew2ry3— Paul Paul (@jakepaul) July 15, 2021












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How to watch Jake Paul vs. Tyron WoodleyThe fight will air on Showtime pay-per-view, meaning you don't need to be a regular Showtime subscriber to pay for and watch the fight. Showtime Sports President Stephen Espinoza told MMA Fighting on Aug. 2 that the fight will cost viewers $59.99. Not cheap."That reflects a couple of things," Espinoza said of the price. "It's in the ballpark of where similar fights have been. It is at a point below a lot of other higher priced PPVs, but in particular on this one, I think you've got a full boxing card of exciting young fighters. That was the key."Showtime's fight page now is updated with how to buy the fight. Once you pay your $60, you can livestream the fight on a ton of supported devices. You can watch on your computer at Showtime.com, on your mobile phone or tablet, or on your TV and streaming devices, such as Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV (4th gen and up), Android TV and Xbox One.You can also order the pay-per-view fight via such providers as Xfinity, Spectrum, Contour, Verizon Fios, Optimum, Vubiquity, DirecTV, U-Verse TV and Dish. Canadians can order it through Rogers, Bell, Shaw, SaskTel, and Telus. It also can be streamed via Sling, Sony's PlayStation Store, and Fite TV in the U.S. and Canada.A statement from event organizers says that an exclusive UK broadcast partner will be announced soon. Fox Sports will carry it in Australia and Sky Sports in New Zealand.There also will be a live audience at the Cleveland arena. Tickets start at $10 and went on sale to the general public on July 22.Press conference chaosThe final press conference took place on Thursday and it devolved into a different type of chaos.
Paul x Woodley faceoff pic.twitter.com/Grbyz3g5Km— Ariel Helwani (@arielhelwani) August 26, 2021












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Scuffles and shoving matches are normal in boxing, particularly during press conferences, but today's staredown brought controversy after a member of Jake Paul's entourage appeared to get into an argument with Tyron Woodley's mother Deborah Woodley. Tyron Woodley's sister appeared to get upset and the situation escalated.
Tyron Woodley's sister going after Jake Paul's crew for talking about his mom #PaulWoodley pic.twitter.com/WBTnP3vGzJ— Helen Yee (@HelenYeeSports) August 26, 2021












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Here's the fracas between Team Paul and Team Woodley. This could have gone much worse. Thankfully not but it was pretty damn tense for a minute there pic.twitter.com/EnKXkI8abg— Ariel Helwani (@arielhelwani) August 26, 2021












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Tyron Woodley's mother Deborah Woodley, affectionately referred to as "Mama Woodley" is a well known figure in the MMA community. She's incredibly well regarded for congratulating and showing respect to her son's opponents win or lose. 
Never forget these Mama Woodley interactions with @darrentill2 and @USMAN84kg 🥺 (via @ufc) pic.twitter.com/byoT6eUDrm— ESPN MMA (@espnmma) June 5, 2021












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The fact a member of Paul's entourage has verbally attacked one of the most loved figures in MMA has set a number of fighters off. Including Jake Paul's last opponent Ben Askren.
Been around momma wood for many years, her energy and positivity are infectious! I wish more people were like her August 26, 2021












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Time will tell if this has an impact on the fight itself. Either way, it's good promotion for the fight overall.Tattoo betThe two fighters have a And, breaking news, it looks as though a tattoo artist is being flown in to the fight to take care of the bet immediately after the fight. Jake Paul confirmed this plan during an interview this week.
Jake Paul confirms he will have a tattoo artist at the Tyron Woodley fight to tattoo the winners name on the loser.

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Tatu Baby, who once starred in the show Ink Master, is being flown in. She's already shared some potential designs for the tattoo.
Remember the Paul-Woodley tattoo bet? Well, the famous tattoo artist will be in Cleveland to do the honors on the loser of the fight, I'm told. These are the mock-ups. — Ariel Helwani (@arielhelwani)












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Whoever gets the tattoo, you just know there'll be plenty of publicity about the actual tattooing itself, not to mention photos of the final embarrassing product. (Smart tattoo artists in the Paul-Woodley circle are probably already thinking about how to eventually cover up or disguise the message.)Why is the fight happening?The Paul brothers, Logan and Jake, are both YouTubers turned boxers, which seems like an odd career path, but it is what it is. For one thing, they're young. Jake Paul is 24, and Logan Paul is 26, so they've got youth on their side, plus their YouTube cash gives the option to do whatever they want with their free time. And what they want, apparently, is to beat people up and get beat up in return. These fights aren't always for the record books, but for the bank books. (Logan Paul's June bout with 44-year-old Mayweather was simply an exhibition.) While Jake Paul has fought three professional bouts, and won them all, his opponents weren't professional boxers at their prime. Paul beat YouTuber AnEsonGib, former professional basketball player Nate Robinson and retired MMA fighter Ben Askren. (That .) And all of the Paul brothers' fights draw headlines and chatter, and add to their fame and bank balances.Woodley talked some trash about Jake Paul at the Askren fight, and that led to the planned Paul-Woodley fight."Easiest fight of my career and biggest purse of my career all in one night," Woodley said of the Paul match, 

















































































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