Jake Paul is guaranteed to draw a big crowd and massive pay-per-view buys. This is what sparked Showtime Boxing to drop a huge contract on his lap. Now the Problem Child’s next fight has been confirmed.

It was previously reported that Jake Paul will battle Tyrone Woodley. This is something that Paul did not deny, but he wanted fans to wait on an official announcement. That big reveal came today in the form of an Instagram post.

While promoting the August 28th fight, Jake Paul also dropped a caption that promised to end the boxing match in two rounds.

It’ official. I have a list of people I plan on knocking out and as I enter my fourth pro fight, I am excited to cross the first one off the list by challenging myself against @twooodley a 5 time UFC Champion known for his knockout power. Tyron ran his mouth a little too much in the locker room when I knocked out his best friend Ben and earned himself a top spot on the Problem Child death list. Tyron’s a seasoned striker who has fought the best MMA fighters in the world but will be dropped by a Disney teen star in 2 rounds. Maybe this time Dana White will actually be a man of his word and put his money on his former champion instead of trying to undermine my success like a jealous ex. Influencer vs MMA….let’s get it on. It’s Showtime. 


We’ll have to see if Jake Paul can add another win to his record. He is currently sitting with a 3-o record. Woodley is also stepping out of the Octagon for this fight, and he is already the underdog when it comes to betting odds.

Who’s your pick to win between Paul and Woodley? Are you watching the fight? Sound off in the comments!

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