Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley has all the making of becoming the third PPV after UFC 257 and UFC 264 this year, to cross the million mark. Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley stands out as one of the most promising cards of this year for combat sports fans around the world. The addition of Daniel Dubois, Tommy Fury, and Amanda Serrano is valuable and makes this card more exciting.
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Jake Paul had earlier claimed that his bout with Ben Askren fetched over 1.5 million PPV buys. While the figures continue to remain disputed owing to Triller’s reputation, and sharp words from UFC president Dana White. Paul has now parted ways with Triller and will fight the former UFC welterweight champion, Tyron Woodley, under the Showtime banner this weekend.
Tyron Woodley is not a small name. While much of the hype surrounding Jake Paul vs Ben Askren can be attributed to Jake Paul fighting a “real” fighter, there was also the narrative of the YouTuber taking on a former “UFC fighter,” that set this bout apart. That’s not the case with Tyron Woodley. While the former UFC welterweight champion has lost his previous four fights, an argument can be made that he lost to elite fighters. Woodley is not retired and has been an active fighter.
Daniel Dubois and Tommy Fury makes the Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley card more exciting
It’s a card meant to leave the fans with stoppages. Dynamite Daniel Dubois and Tommy Fury are both known for their display of horrific power. That’s not all, the co-main event features a title bout. Arguably the most fiercest puncher in women’s boxing, Amanda Serrano will look to steal the show once again.
Daniel Dubois is slowly becoming a household name in British heavyweight boxing and has slowly garnered a small following of his own. The same is the case with Tommy Fury, who has slowly cemented his position as a professional boxer under the tutelage of his older brother and heavyweight champion Tyson Fury. To top it all, Jake Paul has done everything possible to make his rivalry with Tyron Woodley look all the more exciting.
It won’t be surprising to see Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley PPV buys touch the one million mark. The question is, whether it can beat UFC 257, which garnered over 1.6 million PPV buys. With a card this exciting, it’s safe to say that it’s a possibility.