Boxing: Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley II

After defeating Tyron Woodley at the end of August, the famous American youtuber and boxer, Jake Paul, had his sights set on facing the British Tommy Fury. 

Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley II

However, within two weeks of the event in Tampa, Florida, Fury had to withdraw from the fight with a rib injury. As a result, Paul and Woodley will meet for the second time in a match where Paul will once again arrive as the favorite to take the victory.

Going into the first bout, there were a lot of questions about whether Woodley would take the lead and attack, as in the later stages of his UFC career his aggressiveness was somewhat muted.  Unfortunately for the former champion, it took him several rounds to comfortably get into the ring and start punching.

That said, his power in his hand was felt in the punches he managed to land cleanly, notably in the 4th round when he staggered Paul.  However, in the end it was Paul who had the best strategy and won in the end.

Paul had key moments in the first teamfight, successfully throwing a number of jabs and top lanes, though he never actually injured Woodley.  Paul manages to be most effective as he is able to complete a variety of combinations, which apparently angers Tyron and sends him into the fray.

Paul's counter-attack is one of the youtuber's strengths.  Several times Woodley fouled and Paul simply rushed in before dodging the former champion.

As in the first match, we believe that Paul will win the decisive battle.  While it's true that Jake had moments where he was able to mortally wound Woodley, in the end it didn't seem like he had the strength needed to take down the former UFC champion.

On the other hand, if Woodley wants to win this showdown, he will most likely have to take Paul down.  However, Paul was still much faster and enough to win more rounds than Woodley.



Boxing: Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley

Jake Paul is back in the ring with his fourth bout as a pro since leaving his YouTube fame to shock the boxing world.
Boxing: Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley

Paul will be up against a former UFC fighter and former welterweight champion, Tyron Woodley.

The 24-year-old boxer has experienced a series of brutal performances, even against big opponents.  To raise the record to 3-0, Paul defeated MMA fighter Ben Askren with the first knockout.

Woodley, eager to return respect to the mixed martial arts family, engaged in a back-and-forth war with Paul that promised to bring an end to what some called the circus.

Despite his vast experience compared to Paul, the 39-year-old will have to hone certain aspects to take on a great showdown and end a four-match losing streak to the Octagon.

 When did the war take place?

The bout is scheduled for Sunday, August 29, and is scheduled to last eight rounds in the cruiser class (with an applied weight limit of 190 pounds).

Undercard is scheduled to start at 8pm ET (1am Monday, August 30 in the UK).

Boxing: Jake Paul vs Woodley

 Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley, the fight that will take place between the youtuber and the martial arts man. The boxing world will once again feature a fight from Jake Paul, who will be fighting former UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) member Tyron Woodley.  


Said combat will take place from the Rocket Mortgage Field House, in Cleveland, Ohio, with a dispute date for Sunday, August 29.  It should be noted that it will be an event that will have 8 rounds in the cruise category.

It should be noted that Jake Paul began his career in fame as a youtuber or internet personality, although since the end of 2018 he decided to launch himself as a boxer.  So far, there have been three fights that the 24-year-old man who was born in Cleveland has carried out.  The aforementioned had as a final result the victories product of two knockouts, the most recent against Ben Askren and a technical knockout with the British AnEsonGib.

On the other side comes the first opportunity in a boxing ring in the life of Tyron Woodley, a man who came out of the UFC octagon having once been a champion of the welterweight title (2016).  Within what was his 12-year career as a member of the mixed martial arts, the truth is that the 39-year-old man won 19 fights of the 27 disputed, with seven losses and a draw.  T-Wood managed to prevail seven times by KO, five by abandonment of his rival and seven by decisions of the judges.



UFC269: Charles Oliveira vs Dustin Poirier

The UFC lightweight world champion, the Brazilian Charles Oliveira, will be making the first defense of his title, against the American challenger and world first classified, Dustin Poirier, in the main fight of UFC 269, which will be held this Saturday, at the T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada. 

UFC 269

The fight, which is promoted by the UFC, will be televised on PPV. 

Both leads took the scale this Friday, with Oliveira ticking at 155 pounds, while Poirier stopped the pendulum at 154.5.

Champion Oliveira (31-8) is synonymous with perseverance and hard work, as he knocked down all kinds of obstacles to reach the world crown, after a decade of competition, against quality rivals and 40 professional fights. 

In the Octagon, Oliveira is one of the fans' favorite fighters, thanks to his entertaining fighting style, his variety in attack, dynamism and power. To date, the Brazilian champion has 14 submission wins, the most in UFC history. 

For his part, the challenger Dustin Poirier (28-6) arrives at the world brawl after defeating the ultra-popular former Irish world champion, Conor McGregor, twice in a row, "back to back" by technical knockout, in this year 2021.


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