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Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley: See Jake Paul win by knockout [VIDEO]

Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley are facing off on Saturday in a catchweight bout just below cruiserweight. We’ll be updating round by round.

Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley poses during a weigh in at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino ahead of this weekends fight on December 17, 2021 in Tampa, Florida. Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images

Update 12:42 am: With this brutal knockout, Jake Paul defeats Tyron Woodley yet again, and moves to 5-0 as a boxer.

Update 12:03 am: We are live here in Section 108 at Amalie Arena, and Jake Paul just entered the ring to YMCA by the Village People.


The circus wraps up its show on Saturday night sometime around midnight when Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley head to the ring for their catchweight bout. This is a rematch of their August bout, which Paul won via split decision.

This time around, Paul and Woodley agreed to a 192-pounds catchweight. Paul weighed in at 191.4 pounds and Woodley weighed in at 189.6. Paul added 1.4 pounds from their last fight while Woodley is 0.1 pounds lighter.

The full card is coming to us live on Showtime PPV from Tampa, Florida. Paul is a -250 favorite to win at DraftKings Sportsbook while Woodley is a +200 underdog. The favored winning method is Paul winning by decision or technical decision at +155. Paul by KO, TKO, or DQ follows at +180.

It’s unclear what would be next for either fighter with a win. Paul was scheduled to fight Tommy Fury in this bout but Tyson’s brother withdrew due to a medical issue. Paul could still set that fight up and theoretically take a step up in pay fighting an actual boxer. As for Woodley, it’s unclear what he wants to do from a fighting perspective or if he wants to head back to UFC to rebuild his career there.

Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley round-by-round results

A mixed reaction for both fighters, but it seems more boos for Paul than Woodley? But it’s for sure close.

Round 1: 10-9 Woodley

Not a lot of activity, but seems like the ring generalship went to Woodley. A pretty boring round with a “F- Jake Paul” chant the most excitement in the building.

Round 2: 10-9 Paul

Better from the YouTube’r, who landed clean from space twice while deflecting when Woodley came forward. It’s a fight, but whomever lets it rip here is going to have the advantage.

Round 3: 10-9 Woodley

We’ve got a clash of heads and an elbow that have opened up Paul over his right eye, but otherwise it was a close round. We’ll give it to Woodley thanks to some rights that landed flush.

Round 4: 10-9 Paul

We had a takedown from Woodley, but otherwise it was a lot of Woodley flailing while trying to come inside. Better effective aggression from the bigger Paul, using his reach advantage well. Someone looks like they’re going to land a big one here, and then the fight will begin. We’ve got it 2-2 as of now.

Round 5: 10-9 Paul

We still need to see Jake Paul in the ring with a real boxer to see how he stands up, but technically he’s improved as a fighter in each outing. This was a boring, technical round he won just by doing enough and not letting Woodley find his range. Not a lot of punching, and plenty of boos from the crowd, but a win for Paul.

Round 6: Jake Paul wins by knockout at 2:12 in the sixth round

WOW

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