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Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley 2 start time: Live stream, PPV price, how to watch, TV channel, Showtime Boxing

After Jake Paul beat Tyron Woodley by split decision in their August clash, Woodley was champing at the bit to get a rematch. Saturday night on Showtime pay-per-view, the former UFC welterweight champion gets his opportunity, though on short notice.

After initially agreeing to the rematch in the ring after the first fight, Paul instead moved on to a plan to fight Tommy Fury. When Fury suffered a broken rib and chest infection during training, he was forced to withdraw and suddenly the spot across the ring from Paul was open and Woodley was ready and willing to fill it.

“When I got the call for this fight, my thought was that things happened for a reason. Everything is aligned. Something wasn’t sitting right for me about Jake fighting Tommy Fury. They didn’t even have to finish their sentence before I said yes to the rematch,” Woodley said. “I’m just excited about the opportunity to redeem myself. We found out a lot about each other that night in the ring. We have mutual respect, but there’s still unfinished business. You have to be patient in finishing someone off in this sport. You have to respect their power and I’m not going to pretend like he doesn’t have power. We both do.”

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In addition to the rematch between Paul and Woodley, unified women’s featherweight champion Amanda Serrano will move up to lightweight to face Miriam Gutierrez in hopes of landing a fight with unified lightweight champion Katie Taylor in 2022. Former NBA star Deron Williams will enter the ring for a four-round exhibition with former NFL star Frank Gore in one of the featured undercard bouts. And a junior welterweight contest between Liam Paro and Yomar Alamo rounds out the four-fight pay-per-view.

“This fight is very important for me. Miriam is a tough and durable fighter. She stepped up to the task of fighting me and I have to get through her. There’s been a lot of upsets lately and I know she wants to do the same thing. I’ve trained super hard to make this a great performance,” Serrano said. “I know Miriam is tough because she went the distance with Katie Taylor. I just have to perform to the best of our abilities to get to the next fight. I’ve trained really hard for Miriam and she’s my focus come Saturday night.”

Below is the complete fight card as well as how you can catch all the action on Sunday night live on Showtime PPV. 

Paul vs. Woodley 2 fight card, odds

  • Jake Paul -240 vs. Tyron Woodley +200, cruiserweight (eight rounds)
  • Amanda Serrano -2500 vs. Miriam Gutierrez +1200, lightweights (10 rounds)

  • Deron Williams vs. Frank Gore, heavyweights (four round exhibition)
  • Liam Paro -140 vs. Yomar Alamo +120, junior welterweights (10 rounds)

Viewing Information

  • Date: Dec. 18 | Start time: 9 p.m. ET (main card)
  • Location: Amalie Arena — Tampa, Florida

  • TV: Showtime PPV on all traditional cable and satellite providers | Live stream: or the Showtime App | Price: $59.99

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