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It’s time for Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley 2 Start Time and Results here. Check out full fight card below. Now, Paul gets another chance against Woodley, whom he beat by split decision four months earlier but failed to score a knockdown or knockout against. Woodley actually scored the most noteworthy punch of that fight when he forced Paul to stumble into the ropes. Paul has said that with the fight coming together on short notice, he included a clause that gives Woodley an additional $500,000 if he scores a knockout.
What time is Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley 2 start?
The Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley 2 pay-per-view will kick off at 9 PM ET/ 6 PM PT on Saturday, 18 December 2021. The main event is expected to start at around 12 AM ET/ 9 PM PT.
In the United Kingdom, the Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley 2 pay-per-view event will kick off at 3 AM BST on Sunday, December 19, 2021. The main event is likely to begin after 6 AM BST.
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Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley 2 fight card
- Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley (eight rounds) – Cruiserweight Main Event
- Amanda Serrano vs. Miriam Gutierrez (10 rounds) – Lightweight co-main
- Anthony Taylor vs. Chris Avila (eight rounds) – Super Middleweight
- Liam Paro vs. Yomar Alamo (10 rounds) – Light welterweight
- Derron Williams vs. Frank Gore (four rounds) – Heavyweight
Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley 2 Live Round by Round Results
Despite a relatively small amount of punches absorbed in the ring, Paul admitted on “In Depth With Graham Bensinger” to feeling the effects, noting memory loss and slurred speech among his primary symptoms.
“I notice it in conversations with like, with my girlfriend or friends, like, not remembering something that I should be able to remember that happened a couple days ago,” Paul explained (via TheWrap). “Sometimes in my speech, where like every hundredth or two hundredth word, I’ll mess up or, like, slur. Which I didn’t do that before.”
Paul doesn’t entirely blame boxing, however. Instead, the 24 year old points to the impacts absorbed from playing football in his youth, explaining that a brain scan showed damage even prior to his amateur boxing debut in 2018. Even if he’s been relatively untouched inside the ring, shots absorbed in the gym definitely count, and Paul has worked with some very talented boxers.
“The doctor told me there’s a lack of blood flow from the concussions I had when I would play football, into certain areas of my brain, one of them being the frontal lobe which is partially memory,” Paul said. “After my first year of boxing, I went back and it was worse.”
It only takes a single hard connection to do irreparable damage, which is why Paul’s foray into boxing deserves at least some respect. At the same time, Paul definitely has other options to fall back on — the former Disney star was wealthy prior to stepping in the ring.
Someone like Tyron Woodley, piling up losses at nearly 40 years of age, likely does not.