Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley Fight Purse, Payouts, Salaries, Predictions, PPV Price & Undercard

Internet sensation, YouTuber Jake Paul is set to fight former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse. Woodley will be the second UFC fighter to fight Paul after he smashed another former UFC fighter Ben Askren in his last fight.

The Paul vs Woodley fight has created some sort of hype among the fans as there is a huge purse for the both fighters. Apart from this main event there will be a few more fights too.

Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley Purse Payout

Although the amount of official prize money is not out yet, we have made out through analyzing on finding much money Tyron Woodley and Jake Paul is expected to make?

Our research and analysis found that the YouTuber will earn a guaranteed $1 million while he may earn one more million dollars from bonus and PPV shares. One the other hand Woodley just released from UFC after he lost against Vicente Luque.

Nevertheless, Tyron is expected to be guaranteed $500,000 and $1 million in total with the PPV share and bonuses. This will be the highest payout in Woodley’s entire career. All these payouts are estimated which greatly depend on the PPV sales. And it is estimated that the Paul vs Woodley PPV sales will rise as they have already created a significant hype among the fans.

Boxers Guaranteed Money PPV Share Total Payout
Jake Paul $1 million 50% $2 million (Including the PPV Share)
Tyron Woodley $500,000 50% $1 million (Including the PPV Share)

 $1 million payout is huge for Woodley and he revealed getting seven figures from a fight is a great deal. When Woodley was champion in UFC he used to get paid $500,000 base salary.

Jake Paul, on the other hand, earned more than his last fight against Askren. He reportedly made $690,000 against Askren. So, earning more or less $2 million from a fight is a huge jump for Paul.

Although Jake Paul’s final payout is approximately $2 million, he says he will not take the full amount. Instead, the YouTuber takes a pay cut to increase the payout for the under card fighters. Moreover, his pay cut also increases the payout for Tyron Woodley. 

How Much is Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley PPV Price?

Paul vs Woodley PPV varied from country to ciuntry. It is $59.99 via Showtime and Fite App in the USA. However, the PPV price for the British fans is £16.95 on BT Sports as well as Sky Sports Box Office. For the Canadians boxing fans the PPV Price is 75 Canadian dollars. The live stream fight will cost  $29.95 in AUstralia.

Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley Undercard Purse

Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley
Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley pose during a press conference at the Hilton Cleveland Downtown prior to their August 29 fight on August 26, 2021 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)

Apart from Paul vs Woodley, you will get to enjoy five more bouts. And, Amanda Serrano v Yamileth Mercado fight for WBC, WBO and IBO World Featherweight titles is another notable fight. Although both will enter the ring for a title shot, they will not earn money like the main event. There is a significant pay gap based on gender. The base salary or any guaranteed payout for this fight is not out yet. But it is expected that Serrano and Mercado will earn around $100,000.

Tommy Fury is ready to attend his first fight in the USA. Fury usually earns $50,000 from his boxing fight, but the payout against Anthony Taylor is not disclosed yet. Another British professional boxer Daniel Dubois will play in his first fight in the USA. In his last fight against Bogdan Dinu, Dubois earned £750,000.

However, the purse for Daniel Dubois vs. Joe Cusumano is yet to be announced. But it is expected that the WBA interim heavyweight champion will earn around $500,000. Apart from these fights, other bouts are Ivan Barancyhk vs. Montana Love (Super lightweight) and Charles Conwell v Lucas Brian Ariel Bastida (Middleweight). The purse for the rest of the fights are not out yet. As soon as all the payouts are announced, we will update here.

Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley Undercard

  • Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley, 190-pound catchweight (eight rounds)
  • Amanda Serrano (c) vs. Yamileth Mercado, unified women’s featherweight titles
  • Daniel Dubois vs. Joe Cusumano, heavyweight (10 rounds)
  • Ivan Baranchyk vs. Montana Love, welterweight (10 rounds)
  • Tommy Fury vs. Anthony Taylor, cruiserweight (six rounds)

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