Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley: All you need to know – Date, Stats and more

Irrespective of what pans out, it is likely to be an entertaining spectacle.

Saurabh Ganguly Author

Updated - 17 August 2021 5:05 pm

American YouTube sensation Jake Paul will take on Tyron Woodley in his next bout. While the fight apparently felt it would happen after Woodley had called Paul out back in April, at that time he wanted to fight the YouTuber in MMA. However, he has now agreed to take the fight to the boxing ring which has attracted all the more eyeballs.

Although Woodley hasn't been in the best of form, having lost the last four of his fights, Paul won his first three professional boxing bouts. However, the quality of Paul's opponents has been questioned.

Irrespective of what pans out, it is likely to be an entertaining spectacle and the fans could get to look at them seeing each other for the first time since the fight was agreed upon when Logan Paul and Floyd Mayweather met before their fight.

Where is Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley fight?

The fight is said to take place at the Rocket Mortgage Field House. This happens to be the home of the NFL team, the Cavaliers in Paul's hometown of Cleveland, Ohio, United States.

When is Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley fight?

The fight is on August 30 (IST). It is scheduled on a Sunday night in the United States which will make it Monday for fans in India.

Who all are fighting on this day?

Ivan Barancyhk vs Montana Love

Daniel Dubois vs Juiseppe Cusumano

Tommy Fury vs Anthony Taylor

The abovementioned fights are lined up on this day along with the main event which is the Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley bout.

Amanda Serrano vs Yamileth Mercado is the co-main event.

Stats:

Jake Paul

Total fights: 3

Record: 3-0

Nationality: American

Age: 24

Height: 6”1

Reach: 76 inches

Tyron Woodley

Total fights: 27

Record: 19-7-1

Nationality: American

Age: 39

Height: 5”9

Reach: 74 inches

The fight is definitely going to be a high-voltage and highly anticipated event with fans of both the fighters wanting to see their favourite fighter come out on top of the other. There will be a few verbal exchanges and big statements which may be made ahead of the bout but as is often seen in the boxing ring, these things account for really nothing and the one who wins the bout inevitably has the last laugh.

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