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How to watch Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley boxing live online in Australia


Things are getting ugly in the build-up to the fight between YouTuber Jake Paul and former UFC champion Tyron Woodley.

SUMMARY: You can live stream Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley in HD on Main Event via Kayo Sports for $29.95. The fight is also available through FIFE.TV.

Things are certainly heating up between Jake Paul and opponent Tyron Woodley.

An ugly and somewhat scary scuffle broke out after the official press conference for the fight which was filled with the usual threats of knockout and damnation. Things then turned ugly after Woodley, leaving the press conference, clashed angrily with Paul's entourage after one of them allegedly said something to his mother, who clashed with a man sitting in the audience.

Woodley, the 39-year-old former UFC welterweight champion making his boxing debut against Paul, swore repeatedly and made threats against Paul's team for several minutes in a clash which appeared to be much more serious than the usual showmanship we've come to expect.

Things eventually settled down but Woodley was certainly upset with the disrespect he believes his mother was shown. The question now is, will Paul pay for his team's disrespect come fight time? Here's how to watch.

When does Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley start Australian time?

The event all got underway at 10am AEST on Monday 30 August at the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, in Cleveland, Ohio, which is Paul's hometown. The stadium, home to the Cleveland Cavaliers, holds a capacity of 20,000. There are 6 fights on the undercard. Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley is due to start around 1pm AEST. You can check out Australian time zones and streaming options in our guide.

How to watch Paul vs Woodley live in Australia

FITE.TV is the host broadcaster for this fight, while Main Event is also an option. You can access it directly through FITE.TV, via Foxtel or you can order it through Kayo Sports. Kayo will set you back $29.95 while choosing the FIFE.TV option will cost a tick over $30 on current exchange rates.

For more information on live streaming boxing in Australia, you can check out our comprehensive guide.

Live stream Paul vs Woodley on FITE: Order the PPV now

Stream Paul vs Woodley with Kayo Sports

Using this link, you can sign up to watch the showdown on Kayo Sports. One of the perks of this option is it can be used by new, returning or current Kayo users. You don't necessarily have to be a subscriber.

You can also download the Kayo Sports app and access the fights that way. Your sign-up will also give you access to Kayo Sports in full until 11:59pm on 3 September.

All the information you need for this innovative option for watching top-class boxing can be found in this Main Event on Kayo guide. On top of access to the PPV fight, Kayo also has a range of extra boxing content, including Chasing Tyson and a wide number of classic fights.

Stream Paul vs Woodley via Kayo Sports

Watch Paul vs Woodley on Main Event via the Kayo Sports app. No Kayo Sports account required. PPV costs $29.95.

How to watch Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley on Main Event

The standard options for accessing Main Event are in play for this night of fights. Foxtel customers can order it directly on the Main Event website, by using the My Foxtel app, via your remote control or by phone. The fight costs $29.95.

Paul vs Woodley fight card

  • Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley – Catchweight (8 rounds)
  • Amanda Serrano vs Yamileth Mercado – WBC, WBO, IBO World Featherweight titles
  • Daniel Dubois vs Joe Cusumano – Dubois wins 1st rd TKO
  • Ivan Baranchyk vs Montana Love – Love wins 7th rd TKO
  • Tommy Fury vs Anthony Taylor - Fury wins on unanimous decision
  • Charles Conwell vs Juan Carlos Rubio - Conwell wins 3rd rd TKO

Who will win Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley?

Tale of the Tape - Paul vs Woodley

Paul holds a 3-0 career record so far and while he's not the next all-time great to enter the ring, he looks no slouch. Woodley is the second consecutive former UFC fighter Paul will face, after he knocked out former Woodley training partner Ben Askren in the first round of their bout in April.

Unlike Paul's previous opponents, Woodley has the capacity to throw knockout blows, something Paul will need to use his height and reach advantages to avoid.

This is Woodley's first professional fight but he enters the win with a proud combat record. Woodley retired from the Octagon earlier this year with a record of 19 wins, 7 losses and 1 draw, after 4 straight losses at the end of his career.

Paul is tipped to win the fight.

Paul, who has more than 20 million subscribers to his YouTube channel, is set to earn upwards of US$2 million for the fight, while Woodley is expected to pocket around $1 million.

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Eds note: we updated this story at midday on 30 August with fight results, social post.

You can see a comparison of Kayo vs Foxtel here. Want more information on boxing? Check out our guide on how to stream boxing live online.

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