Controversial YouTuber Jake Paul returns to the ring this summer when he faces former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley.
Paul aka ‘The Problem Child’ destroyed ex-UFC star Ben Askren in April as he continued his much-criticised foray into professional boxing.
Paul has won his three pro fights to date with ease but has faced opponents far adrift of his skillset.
Woodley, a talented former UFC champion, has seen his MMA career stall in recent years but is expected to pose an entirely different test for the social media superstar.
The pair have been involved in another heated back-and-forth build-up to the clash and that will only increase as fight week approaches.
Here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming bout…
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Paul vs Woodley: Date and how to watch
This eight-round cruiserweight exhibition fight will take place on Sunday, August 29 and will be held at the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Jake Paul’s hometown of Cleveland, Ohio.
The main event will likely get under way at 4am on Sunday morning in the UK.
A UK broadcaster has yet to pick up the rights for Paul vs Woodley but Showtime Sports will air the fight in the United States.
FITE TV showed Paul v Askren in April and could screen it again for UK fans.
Paul v Woodley: Undercard
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Paul v Woodley: What’s been said?
Jake Paul: “Tyron’s a good striker. He’s known for knocking people out. But I think when I beat Tyron, people have to put respect on my name.
“But that’s not what I’m here for, to be honest. I already know how good I am. I know that this is going to be another easy fight.
“That’s why Showtime is in business with me. You’re looking at the future of boxing.”
Tyron Woodley: “Easiest fight of my career and biggest purse of my career all in one night.
“Basically, they brought me in to take out the trash. Can’t wait to shut this b***h up.
“This is getting done for the culture, the whole MMA/boxing community, to rid this guy of combat sports.”