FRee® Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley LIVE: Latest fight updates as YouTuber and former UFC champion meet in boxing ring
Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley LIVE: Latest fight updates as YouTuber and former UFC champion meet in boxing ring
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Paul, 24, gained fame and notoriety as a vlogger but has delved into the world of boxing with one amateur fight and three professional bouts. So far, the American has won all of those contests via knockout, with his opponents in his professional fights being fellow Youtuber AnEsonGib, former NBA star Nate Robinson and former mixed martial artist Ben Askren.
Now, Askren’s close friend Woodley will step into the ring with the divisive Paul. American Woodley, 39, was recently released by the UFC due to a four-fight losing streak, but what preceded that run was a dominant spell as welterweight champion. This bout with Paul marks the former NCAA Division I wrestler’s first time venturing into boxing.
On the undercard at Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse in Cleveland, Ohio, Tommy Fury will compete against Anthony Taylor – a sparring partner of Paul. Fury, brother of world heavyweight boxing champion Tyson, is a former Love Island contestant and has been involved in a war of words with Paul on social media. The Briton could be next up for Paul, if the pair win their respective contests this evening. Meanwhile, British heavyweight Daniel Dubois is in action against Joe Cusumano.
Follow live updates below as Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley face off in a highly-anticipated boxing bout.
Amanda Serrano aims to move closer to history on Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley undercard
Amanda Serrano is eager to break the record of knockout victories which is currently held by the retired Christy Martin with 32 big wins inside the distance.
Serrano is currently on 30, from her 40 total wins, and the Puerto Rican fighter is keen to move to within one on tonight’s undercard.
“I like to fight forward and put pressure. My heart as a Puerto Rican warrior wants to end the fights early so that the message is more forceful,” Serrano said.
“I never imagined being close to Christy Martin in knockout victories. It was something I did not have in mind and now, with God in front of me, I will work very hard to put Puerto Rico back in the Guinness Book when I reach victory number 33. by knockout. I believe that by 2022 we will achieve it. “