How to watch Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley fight this weekend

This weekend, Jake Paul will meet Tyron Woodley in an attempt to take his professional boxing record to 4-0.

The contest will see the YouTuber turned pro boxer square off against a man who was formerly known as the best welterweight in all of mixed martial arts – and especially in the UFC.

It follows in the footsteps of the many unconventional celebrity & YouTube bouts we’ve seen in recent times and based on the interest shown by the masses, it should sell pretty well at the box office.

Where can I watch?

Those watching in the United Kingdom will be able to catch the Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley event on BT Sport Box Office. If you’re situated in the United States, then head on over to Showtime where the likes of Mauro Ranallo, Ariel Helwani and Logan Paul will be there to guide you through the action.

Who else is on the undercard?

Daniel Dubois, a rising prospect within the heavyweight ranks in the boxing world, will return to action against Joe Cusumano in what will be his second fight since losing to Joe Joyce last year. This card will also showcase the talents of Tommy Fury, the younger brother of Tyson Fury, who will be competing against Anthony Taylor, as well as the showpiece title fight of Amanda Serrano v Yamileth Mercado.

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What time will the fight start?

The PPV action is set to start at around 12.30am with Britain’s own Tommy Fury being tipped to make his walk to the ring at 1.30am. The unpredictable nature of pro boxing means that it’s hard to say when the main event will go down, but it should be somewhere between 3.30am and 4.30am.

How much will it cost?

Brits will have to fork out £16.95 if they’re interested in watching live, or on demand, through BT Sport Box Office.

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