Times have changed. Wheels have turned. The once frowned faces among the boxing fans are actually interested in watching Jake Paul fight. Tommy Fury pulled out of the bout on December 6. Tyron Woodley, who was eager about his rematch with Jake Paul jumped into the opportunity. Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley II will unfold at Amalie Arena, Florida on December 18, 2021. Showtime markets the bout as Pay-Per-View for $59.95.
A lot was spoken prior to the first bout and a lot is spoken now. Last meeting was the first bout for Tyron Woodley. Judges ruled a split decision victory to Jake Paul over Woodley's contempt. The two had a bet between them that the loser will have a tattoo with the victor's name in the "I love you" phrase. Woodley obliged with the bet and had "I love Jake Paul," tattooed on his middle finger. Drama is all too high.
Rumours of Paul taking PEDs is all around. The young boxer has denied it and his social media feed is filled with workout videos. The 24-year-old is a unique personality and will gain more traction in the boxing world if he wins this bout. A clause in the contract will give $500,000 extra to Woodley if he can knockout Jake Paul, a bold move from the youngster. Woodley, 39, has nothing to lose in this bout. The former MMA artist has an MMA record of 19-7-1, he will punch above his weight for sure.