The two had the ceremonial weigh-in last night at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Tampa, Florida last night, with Paul weighing in two pounds heavier than his opponent for the second bout.
Woodley took the fight on short notice following Tommy Fury's withdrawal due to a bacterial chest infection and broken rib and looks to avenge his defeat from August.
The former UFC welterweight champion made his professional boxing debut, losing to Paul via split decision in an eight-round contest in Cleveland, Ohio.
Paul is looking to knock Woodley out this time around and though he showed generosity in gifting him a Rolex watch beforehand, the 24-year-old was not playing in their staredown.
"It's going to be a buck," Paul said while in the face of Woodley.
"This is a whole different motherf***ing fight, a whole different fight.
"I'm a real motherf***er, I'm coming in and I'm bucking you in the middle of that f***ing ring.
"Yeah, it's go time, it's f***ing go time, when I open we're in motherf***ing go mode.
"Ain't no motherf***ing playing around here, that's right, yeah yeah yeah.
"You already lost one."
Woodley didn't give much back but Paul was on a huge adrenaline buzz and continued to be on that high during his last pre-fight interview, with Ariel Helwani of Showtime.
"No funny s**t like last time," he exclaimed.
"I'm f**king him up! I'm f**king him up! I'm f**king him up Ariel! I'm f**king him up!
Woodley, who collects an extra $500,000 if he knocks out Paul, intends on punishing the 'Problem Child' in between the ropes.
"Tomorrow won't be a short night, it's going to be a long night," the 39-year-old.
"Nobody is going to second guess you after tomorrow night.
"Thank you for bringing the dog out in me. Tomorrow we battle; eat well, rest well, this is going to be f****** tomorrow night."
The fight will be shown live in the United Kingdom through the FITE TV app, with the price set at £20.99.
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