Jake Paul is going to square off against Tyron Woodley in an 8 round boxing fight on August 29th in Cleveland. This Showtime event will take place in the Rocket Mortgage Field house. Thus boxing fans are highly excited and are expecting this main event clash to be highly entertaining as both the fighters are dangerous and possess tremendous knockout power.
The former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley will be the Problem Child’s most difficult test in his boxing career. Owing to the fact, that Jake has not faced an opponent with as great a skill set as Woodley. As we inch closer to the fight, Jake Paul and The Chosen One have immersed into a vicious back and forth during various interviews and have also made a ridiculous bet in the process.
Therefore a lot will be at stake for both the fighters as the loser will have to get a tattoo of their opponent’s name on their body. Moving forward, let’s take a look at the amount of money that both these fighters will make from their main event boxing clash.
Fight Purses of Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley
After Jake Paul made his entry into professional boxing in 2020, he has quickly earned a name for himself and has become one of the biggest prized fighters in the sport of boxing. As a result, there was no doubt that he would earn a big bag after the announcement of his main event bout with Woodley.
Recently estimated fight purses of both the fighters were revealed by a report from Evening Standard. Jake Paul is reported to be guaranteed a purse of $1 million for Sunday’s blockbuster event. Along with his guaranteed fight purse, the Disney star will also earn a percentage of Showtime’s Pay-per-view sales.
On the other hand, Tyron Woodley will receive a minimum of $500,000 for this fight. Moreover, T-Wood will also gain a percentage of pay-per-view sales. Woodley’s manager Malki Kawa revealed this information in an interview with Submission Radio. As a result, Tyron Woodley will earn the highest paycheck of his entire career from his fight against Jake Paul.