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Jake Paul Vs. Tyron Woodley Pay-Per-View Price Details Revealed, Tommy Fury On The Undercard

Nasir Jabbar

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Jake Paul Vs. Tyron Woodley Pay-Per-View Price Details Revealed, Tommy Fury On The Undercard

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Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley will air on BT Sport Box Office in the UK and Ireland, with the pay-per-view price revealed.


Paul returns to action against former UFC champion Woodley on Sunday, August 29.

The blockbuster event will broadcast on Showtime in the US and will cost $59.99.

As for the UK and Irish fans, BT Sport Box Office will carry Paul vs. Woodley, costing £16.95 (€29.99 in Ireland).

The undercard includes British interest in Tommy Fury vs. Anthony Taylor and Daniel Dubois vs. Joe Cusumano.

Paul's bout against Woodley marks a notable step up in competition following victories over AnEsonGib, Nate Robinson and Ben Askren.

Despite promoting Paul's professional debut, Matchroom boss Eddie Hearn plans to move away from YouTube fights.

"I've been on that side when I did KSI vs Logan Paul," he told talkSPORT.

"It's a mad world and, since I did that fight, it seems like there's a YouTube fight every week.

"I've tried to move a little bit away from that because I think boxing needs to stand up and be counted.

"And the only way we can do that is to make great fights.

"Because if we don't make great fights, what we're seeing in terms of David Haye vs Joe Fournier, Jake Paul, Floyd Mayweather vs Logan Paul, will become much more regular, because they do rate."

Image: PA
Image: PA

Asked if YouTubers can make great fights, Hearn replied: "No, not really.

"I don't mind it, look, Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley, I don't have an issue with it.

"Jake Paul's putting the work in, he's now had three fights, he's fighting a guy that can fight in some capacity and he's a UFC champion.

"Floyd Mayweather vs Logan Paul was just a joke and so's David Haye vs Joe Fournier, but it's just a bit of fun."

Topics: Tyron Woodley, Boxing, Jake Paul, Tommy Fury

Nasir Jabbar
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