Jake Paul is set to take on Tyron Woodley for the second time in his short boxing career this weekend on 18th December 2021 at the Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida. Jake Paul was scheduled to fight Tommy Fury who had to withdraw due to injury and in comes Tyron Woodley who already lost against Jack Paul earlier in the year. We take a look at how you can watch this fight live online this weekend. The tv channels coverage & Paul Woodley streams broadcasters details confirmed.
Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley 2 Live Streaming options worldwide:
United States: Jake Paul’s fight against Tyron Woodley will be broadcasted via PPV in United States which is priced at massive $59.95. US viewers who buy this PPV should have their bank account/cards blocked and put into supervision under some elder.
United Kingdom: UK viewers can watch the fight live online via File.TV where you can buy the fight for around £7.5 which is not bad but still you should avoid putting money into this circuis boxing.
Australia: As far as Australian viewers are concerned they can watch this fight live online though kayosports who are charging $25 a month subscription. But here you can actually watch some other good fights as well. So not such a bad deal.
Worldwide: File.TV also have rights in several other countries across the world. So you better check if File.TV streaming is available in your part of the world.
How to watch Paul vs Woodley 2 Live Online Cheaper or Free ?
Since File.TV has live coverage rights in several countries it gives a chance for US viewers to watch the fight live online cheaper then it will be from the US.
All you need to do is buy an VPN account (which you should have anyway) costing around $5 a month and it will let you mask your IP Address to any other country you like. So for example if you are in the US, install expressVPN, select Indian IP address and visit File.TV in your browser or mobile and you good to go and buy File.TV monthly subscription for just $9 a month.
Below is some official open workout video heading into this fight and we can promise there wont be any quality boxing on the night but just some youtube/tiktoc circus to say the least.
If you still insist on buy the PPV, well take a look at their previous fight where clearly Tyron Woodley let Jake Paul get the win without much of a fuzz.
Showtime hold rights for this fight, the will provide Paul Woodley streams all over the world no free channels for the reported yet but if any details provided here.