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Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley 2: Live round-by-round updates

Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley
Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley will battle for a second time Saturday in Tampa.
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MMA Fighting has Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley 2 live round-by-round updates for one of the top boxing crossover fights of the year, Paul vs. Woodley 2, which takes place Saturday night at the Amelie Arena in Tampa, Fla.

The main event will start around 11 p.m. ET. Check out our Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley 2 results page to find out what happened on the undercard. Bet on the full card at DraftKings Sportsbook.

Jake Paul, who has a 4-0 career boxing record, will compete for the third time this year. He defeated Tyron Woodley earlier this past August via split decision.

Tyron Woodley will fight his second pro boxing fight after a 27-fight MMA career, which included a three-year run as a dominant UFC welterweight champion. His career pro boxing record is 0-1.

Check out Paul vs. Woodley 2 main event live blog below.

Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley are making the walk to the ring now.

Woodley out first accompanied by rapper Joyner Lucas.

Long delay between Woodley and Paul’s entrance. Mind games, perhaps?

Paul out to YMCA by “The Village People.”

Round 1: Woodley takes the center of the ring and they’re both active early on. Woodley zings his hook out there hoping to catch Paul coming in. Paul goes for an overhand right, misses. Both fighters light on their feet. Paul doubles up on a jab and then attacks the body. They clinch up against the ropes. Back in the center, it’s Paul closing the distance with a jab. Another clinch initiated by Woodley. Paul throws a straight right to the body. They tie up again. Paul jabs the body. Not a lot of steam behind these punches. They tie up to close out the round.

MMA Fighting scores the round 10-9, Paul.

Round 2: Paul over the top with a right. He’s coming out more aggressive to start the second, Woodley with the tie-up. There’s a brief exchange and now it’s Paul who initiates a clinch. Paul with a 1-2 that lands. Woodley goes to the body after absorbing a couple of Paul shots. Crowd growing restless from the clinching. Paul with a straight left and they tie up again. Grueling fight so far and not in a good way. Overhand right by Paul glances Woodley’s beard. Paul scores with a combination. A better round for Paul.

MMA Fighting scores the round 10-9, Paul. Overall, 20-18 Paul.

Round 3: Woodley flicking out some punches, but Paul is keeping his gloves high and tight. He advances and scores with a straight punch. There’s a bad cut on Paul’s head and the referee says it’s because of an accidental elbow. Right hand by Woodley lands, then another that has Woodley retreating. Paul recovers and lands a combo capped off by a body shot. A minute left and the referee has to call for a break again as they tie up against the ropes. Uneventful end to the round. They’re going to need to clean up Paul’s cut, it’s a bleeder.

MMA Fighting scores the round 10-9, Woodley. Overall, 29-28 Paul.

Round 4: Paul scores to the body with a pair of punches. Paul goes body again but misses with a wild haymaker. Woodley initiates a clinch. They separate, but Woodley returns with a good uppercut. Woodley scores with a straight right. Paul sticking with the body attack. Woodley grabs him and walks him to the ropes. Paul almost has a front headlock on Woodley and Woodley throws him off. The referee gives Woodley a warning. Paul to the body, then there’s a combination that prompts another Woodley clinch. Overhand right by Paul just misses. Woodley just leaning on him.

MMA Fighting scores the round 10-9, Paul. Overall, 39-37 Paul.

Round 5: Woodley getting busy, there’s a few scoring punches for him before he clinches up again. Paul goes back to his jab. Clean jab hits an advancing Woodley. Paul throws a combination as he chases Woodley. Paul with a jab as Woodley goes for another clinch. Paul not getting much off but Woodley barely throwing any punches himself, the crowd growing frustrated with all of his grabbing. Paul goes body-head. Referee asks Woodley, “Are we gonna fight?” Woodley responds with a short combination, then it’s Paul going for the clinch. Ugly round.

MMA Fighting scores the round 10-9, Paul. Overall, 49-46 Paul.

Round 6: Woodley probing with some shots to the body, Paul answers with one of his own. More clinching. Paul to the body and head. There’s a good jab by Woodley after a long stretch of nothing substantial scoring. Nice short right by Woodley connects. MASSIVE RIGHT HAND BY PAUL AND WOODLEY IS FACE DOWN ON THE MAT. No count needed, THIS IS OVER!

Woodley is back up. Unsurprisingly, he looks completely stunned and disoriented.

Official result: Jake Paul def. Tyron Woodley via KO - Round 6, 2:12

Paul, post-fight: “This is as real as it f*cking gets just like my right hand. I told you, I was gonna f*ck him up! I told you I was gonna f*ck him up! And I f*cked him uuuuuuuuuup!!!”

“This guy [Woodley] is a legend. Don’t take anything away from his career as a UFC champion and respect him for taking this fight on two weeks’ notice because Tommy Fury’s a b*tch and he backed out of the fight. This is a real fighter, a real dog, and a warrior. That’s a tough fighter right there, legend.”

Woodley says, “I’m good,” when asked if he’s alright.

Paul: “I got the job done and I knew it would happen like that. I was setting up that shot the whole fight, he didn’t see it coming. He was catching, catching, catching... come around, good morning.

“Jab down, he tries to catch the punch in front, and like a lumberjack: timber.”

“It’s gotta be the greatest moment of my life. Look what I just did, look at the year I just had. Unprecedented. One of the most valuable boxers in this sport. Four fights, four massive pay-per-views in 13 months. I’ve knocked out every single person that I’ve fought.

“Hey, and Masvidal and Nate Diaz, y’all are some b*tches for leaving this arena. Because I know you don’t want that sh*t. I’ll take out both of y’all next, just get out of your contract with ‘Daddy Dana’ [White] and I’m a f*ck them up too!”

Asked who he wants next, Paul just says, “Anyone. Anytime. Anyplace.”

Paul and Woodley have a moment after the match, taking a picture together with their mothers.