Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley: LIVE YT Radio-Style PBP Commentary

Join us Sunday night, August 29, 2021, for a LIVE ‘radio style’ play-by-play broadcast in the player above of the ‘Tyron Woodley vs Jake…

By: June M. Williams | 2 years ago
Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley: LIVE YT Radio-Style PBP Commentary
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Join us Sunday night, August 29, 2021, for a LIVE ‘radio style’ play-by-play broadcast in the player above of the ‘Tyron Woodley vs Jake Paul’ Boxing Exhibition PPV (pay-per-view) MAIN CARD with LIVE updates, commentary, results & reactions. The event will begin at 8PM ET, with the Main Event likely being showcased around Midnight on the East Coast. The event is being broadcast by SHOWTIME Boxing at Showtime.com & on the Showtime app, as well as Fite.Tv, and all traditional cable and satellite providers from the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland, Ohio – with a full capacity live crowd. (PPV Price: $59.99)

Throughout the telecast, our host, Matt Ryan & co-host, Brendan Sokler, (plus Producer, Shakiel Mahjouri) will bring you every single important bit of face-punching violence! Please join us and be sure to subscribe to Combat Culture on YouTube.

SHOWTIME Boxing showcases the most talked about combat sporting event of the summer; a battle between former Strikeforce and UFC Welterweight Champion, ‘The Chosen One’, Tyron Woodley, taking it out on renowned YouTuber & social media sensation, Jake ‘The Problem Child’ Paul (3-0) at a cruiserweight of 190lbs, in a professional boxing exhibition match that is expected to make history! Paul will be expecting to run his record up to 4-0, while Woodley will be making his professional boxing debut.

This spectacle is easily the biggest challenge 24-year-old, Cleveland born influencer and master troll, Jake, has had in his short career. As well as his first time headlining a Showtime PPV event. So far, he has gathered wins over another social media influencer, YouTuber AnEson Gibb, former NBA star guard, Nate Robinson, and one of Woodley’s friends, former UFC fighter Ben Askren. Much to the dismay of the MMA community, Paul quickly finished off Askren in their affair back on April 17th of this year.

This time around, Paul will be seeking some legitimacy with a ‘W’ over the 39-year-old Woodley; but ‘The Chosen One’ is by far a significantly more menacing striker than Askren was, having garnered nearly a half-dozen notable knockouts during his storied UFC career… Paul may get more than he bargained for this time around.

When you look at the money side of this story, you have to wonder if it really matters at all to Paul if he wins any of these bouts, since he is making bank whether he wins or loses. In his first exclusive Showtime PPV deal he has been granted 50% control over the broadcast and promotion of the fight, which is unprecedented for any boxer in the history of the sport. If you ask him what he cares about, he claims all he cares about is promoting the sport: “All I’m trying to do is having boxing take over as one of the top two sports,” Paul said. “I want [boxing] to take over the NBA, take over the NFL and I want to take over MMA, which I believe took over past boxing for a long period of time.” – CBS Sports

In the co-main event, they are featuring the return of Amanda ‘Real Deal’ Serrano as she defends her unified Women’s Featherweight titles against Yamileth Mercado, as well as a battle between #TysonFury’s brother, reality TV star, Tommy ‘TNT’ Fury, against Anthony ‘Pretty Boy’ Taylor, which will be opening the card.

The ‘Real Deal’ is plausibly one of the best women’s boxers there is, period. She holds a legendary 40-1-1 record and has racked up no less than 30 knockouts over the years. Holding an 18-2 record, the title contender, is the last knockout Amanda needs to tie the all-time record by a woman regardless of weight class, which is currently held by the infamous ‘Coal Miner’s Daughter’, Christy Martin.

Meanwhile, Fury has been rumored to be Paul’s next opponent in a clash later in the year. With a professional record of 6-0 ‘TNT’ is expected to blow out the ‘Pretty Boy’, as the oddsmakers favorite.

Also on the card, we have a WelterWeight bout taking place between Ivan ‘The Beast’ Barancyhk vs. Montana ‘Too Pretty’ Love, an exciting Heavyeight bout between Daniel ‘Dynamite’ Dubois and Juiseppe ‘Joe’ Cusumano. What a wild night full of fights we have to share with you!

Here’s a look at the fight card & current odds, via Caesars Sportsbook —


10PM/7PM ETPT / Main: 12AM/9PM ETPT

  • Jake “Problem Child” Paul -190 vs. Tyron “Chosen One” Woodley +160 (cruiserweight) – 8 Rounds
  • Unified Women’s Featherweight Titles: Amanda “Real Deal” Serrano -2000 vs. Yamileth Mercado +1000
  • Heavyweight: Daniel “Dynamite” Dubois -2000 vs. Juiseppe “Joe” Cusumano +1000 – 10 Rounds
  • Welterweight: Ivan “The Beast” Barancyhk -220 vs. Montana “Too Pretty” Love +180 – 10 Rounds
  • Catchweight: Tommy “TNT” Fury -1500 vs. Anthony “Pretty Boy” Taylor +850 – 6 Rounds

Remember that BloodyElbow.com will deliver LIVE round-by-round, blow-by-blow coverage of the entire fight card right HERE.

For the AUDIO version of this stream, visit our Bloody Elbow Presents SoundCloud channel, RIGHT HERE MONDAY, AUG. 30th:

Check out our dual-site run, COMBAT CULTURE YouTube Channel, for more MMA variety & content, visit both BloodyElbow.com & MMAmania.com online, as well as on twitter and IG – we work together every Pay-Per-View (PPV) event in order to make this show available everywhere; and you can follow Matt Ryan on twitter – @MRyanconsulting, or at Jesuismattryan on Instagram.

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June M. Williams
June M. Williams

June M. Williams is the Bloody Elbow Production Manager & Ombudsperson, as well as our Podcast Syndicator. She is also an acting author, editor & lead fixer for Bloody Elbow. She began work for the Combat Sports Division of SB Nation in 2010, making BE her primary home since 2013.

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