BOXING is back in a big way this weekend with budding stars of the game Jake Paul and Tommy Fury both in action.
Paul is in the main event against former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley while Fury takes on MMA fighter Anthony Taylor.
Elsewhere on a stacked card, brit heavyweight Daniel Dubois is in action against Joe Cusumano as he aims to nab another win under new trainer Shane McGuigan.
Amanda Serrano, Charles Conwell and Ivan Baranchyk will also feature in separate bouts.
When is Paul vs Woodley & Fury vs Taylor?
- Paul's clash with Woodley, as well as Fury's fight with Taylor, will take place on Sunday, August 29.
- The event will emanate from the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland, Ohio.
- It's expected that around 20,000 fans turn out in attendance for fight night.
- Fury vs Taylor is expected to kick-off the night's proceedings at around 1.15am UK time.
- Paul vs Woodley can be expected at around 4.30am UK time.
What channel is Paul vs Woodley & Fury vs Taylor and can it be live streamed?
- Paul vs Woodley and Fury vs Taylor will be shown live on BT Sport Box Office in the UK.
- The event will set you back £16.95, and you can purchase it by clicking HERE.
- You can live stream all of the action from the BT Sport Box Office app, which is available for download onto your mobile device or tablet.
- If you're watching in the U.S., the fights are being broadcast live on Showtime PPV.
What has Jake Paul said?
Paul explained last week: “I am on a trajectory to become the biggest prizefighter in the world.
“I think that’s so special and people don’t get to follow that journey very often.
“As it stands, for the kids, I look like Mike Tyson.
“Your grandpa had Muhammad Ali and Mike Tyson, your dad had Floyd Mayweather, this generation has Jake Paul.
“If they wanna see a highlight reel knockout, they wanna be a part of the viral conversation – so far, that’s what I’ve delivered.”
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