Paul vs. Woodley salaries: Jake Paul, Tyron Woodley paid $2 million each


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Did Jake Paul knock out Tyron Woodley?

Social media star Jake Paul defeated former UFC welterweights champion Tyron Woodley on Sunday night on a Showtime PPV via split decision. The AthleticJake Paul defeats Tyron Woodley by split decision: Full fight results from Sunday's Showtime PPV

Where is the Jake Paul Woodley fight?

Tyron Woodley looks to put an end to the hype train known as Jake Paul on Sunday night inside the Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse in Cleveland, Ohio. The two fighters are set to throw down in the main event of a Showtime Boxing PPV event featuring four other undercard bouts. CBSSports.comJake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley start time: Live stream, PPV price, TV channel, how to watch the fight

How much is Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley?

The Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley fight costs $59.99 to buy on pay-per-view. It's available for purchase through a cable provider or online. The fight can be streamed live from on any streaming device. sportingnews.comJake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley results: Paul stays undefeated with split decision win over Woodley

Did Jake beat Tyron?

CLEVELAND -- Those hoping for Jake Paul's boxing demise at the hands of a big puncher will be sorely disappointed. Woodley is a former UFC welterweight champion with several highlight-reel knockouts on his MMA résumé. ... ESPNJake Paul beats Tyron Woodley via split decision in cruiserweight fight

Jake Paul claims he has RETIRED from boxing despite angling for fight with Conor McGregor

Daily Mail 31 August, 2021 - 12:00pm

By Ollie Lewis For Mailonline

Jake Paul has claimed that he has officially retired from boxing following his split decision victory over Tyron Woodley in his fourth professional bout.

Pau, 24, was eager to discuss potential match-ups with the likes of Conor McGregor, Nate Diaz and Tommy Fury in the aftermath of his biggest scalp to date in Cleveland, Ohio.

Woodley, a former UFC champion, has been viewed as a stepping stone to bigger and sterner tests for Paul, who has long campaigned for a mega-fight with Conor McGregor.

Jake Paul has claimed he has retired from boxing after his win over Tyron Woodley

The 24-year-old informed his four million Twitter followers of his decision on Monday

The Irishman tweeted 'salivating' in a damning rebuke of Paul's performance, while Diaz and Fury both angled for a fight with the boxing novice in the wake of the eight-round contest on Sunday.

However, Paul has taken to Twitter to announce his retirement from boxing. The American tweeted: 'Updated status: Retired boxer' to his four million followers on Monday.

It remains to be seen whether Paul commits to his retirement claim, given that he had previously labelled Canelo Alvarez as his dream opponent and that he will eventually become a world champion. 

Paul has been accused of adopting promotional tactics utilised by McGregor and this move appears a carbon copy of the Irishman's retirement claims. McGregor has 'retired' three times, only to later make a return to the UFC. 

The move comes as a surprise with Paul teasing fights with Tommy Fury and Conor McGregor

Paul had said he needs to 'chill out' having committed his life to boxing over 18 months

Paul had teased a rematch with Woodley, demanding that the former UFC star get an 'I love Jake Paul' tattoo in order to seal a rematch. However, the 24-year-old later added that he is considering taking a break from the sport.

'We'll see. I've been boxing for 18 months now. I haven't been to the dentist, I haven't got my hair cut in two years,' he said. 'My teeth are crooked, my nose is crooked.

'I might need to chill out for a second, I'm only 24. I'm changing and growing a lot, I'm making mistakes. I'm going to get back to the gym when I'm ready. I didn't fight my best tonight. I gave myself a C minus.'

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