Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley: Results, Live Coverage And Discussion

Welcome to Fightful.com's results, live coverage, and discussion for Jake Paul v. Tyron Woodley.

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Jake Paul will once again try and put on an entertaining performance when he takes on former UFC Welterweight Champion Tyron Woodley in a boxing bout. Beating Ben Askren last time out, Paul has moved from Triller to Showtime and is ready for another MMA fighter. Woodley, who has lost his last four MMA fights, is looking to halt the momentum of Paul, while also attempting to do what nobody has done so far and shut his mouth.

The co-main event will see Amanda Serrano, a multi-division champion, defending her WBC, IBO, and WBO Featherweight Championships against Yamileth Mercado. Serrano, who has not lost a fight since 2012 (a 26-fight win streak), faces the WBC Super-Bantamweight Champion in Mercado, who is on a six-fight win streak.

Fightful will be providing results, highlights, and everything else in-between for Paul v. Woodley.


Main Card (Pay-Per-View, 8:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. PT)

Jake Paul def. Tyron Woodley via split decision (77-75, 75-77, 78-74)

Amanda Serrano (c) def. Yamileth Mercado via unanimous decision - WBC/WBO/IBO Featherweight Championship (97-93, 98-92, 99-91)

Daniel Dubois def. Juiseppe Angelo Cusumano via TKO (2:10 into round one)

Cusumano looked impressive at first with a few big shots. Dubois, however, was not messing around. He landed huge combination shots and took Cusumano down with left hooks. He clipped him which brought Cusumano down again. Dubois landed another form of combinations that forced Cusamano to be out for good.

Montana Love def. Ivan Baranchyk via TKO (round seven corner stoppage)

Love was in control throughout the majority of the fight, as he was calculating with his shots. He would hit plenty of rights and avoided major blows by Baranchyk. Baranchyk tried to cut off the ring, but Love was able to avoid major shots. There was controversy at the end of the third when both traded big blows that the referee couldn't get control of. Baranchyk almost ended it in the fifth, but Love was able to hold on. Love would then land major jabs and hooks to the face of Baranchyk. He landed a left hook and a counter left that knocked Baranchyk down. The latter's corner then stopped the fight after round seven.

Tommy Fury def. Anthony Taylor via unanimous decision (40-36, 40-36, 40-36)

Fury used his size and strength to overwhelm Taylor, who looked fatigued throughout the bout. The half-brother of Tyson Fury tried to jab and uppercut his way to victory, but could not decisively take down Taylor. Clean shots were thrown until the end of the fight.

Prelim (7 p.m. ET)

Charles Conwell def. Juan Carlos Rubio via stoppage (2:49 in the third)

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