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Showtime broadcast team for Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley includes Logan Paul, A.J. McKee, and Mauro Ranallo

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There will be a large and diverse group calling the fights when Jake Paul clashes with Tyron Woodley in a boxing match on Showtime pay-per-view on Aug. 29.

The broadcast team for the event was announced on Thursday with a full commentary team as well as guest analysts, reporters, betting experts and even an in house D.J.

Calling the action in the ring will be the voice of Showtime boxing Mauro Ranallo alongside Al Bernstein with Ariel Helwani serving as a special guest analyst and handling in-ring post fight interviews.

Veteran sportscaster Brian Custer will host the telecast on pay-per-view with special guest commentators Logan Paul and Bellator featherweight champion A.J. McKee.

Barstool Sports president Dave Portnoy and his podcast co-host Dan Katz will also be on site as the official betting partner for the event through Barstool Sportsbook. Portnoy and Katz will present betting odds and other information during the broadcast from the Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse in Cleveland.

Veteran combat sports reporter Phoenix Carnevale will serve as the roving reporter for the show as she handles pre-fight interviews with the fighters backstage as well as chatting with other celebrities in attendance for the event.

The announcing duties in the ring will be handled by Jimmy Lennon Jr. and there will be a house D.J. with Cleveland’s own E-V spinning records throughout the event.

The entire broadcast will be produced and directed by David Dinkins Jr. and Bob Dunphy, who previously handled the two biggest pay-per-view events in history with Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao as well as Mayweather’s fight against UFC superstar Conor McGregor in 2017.

The event will be broadcast on Showtime pay-per-view for $59.99 with the card kicking off at 8 p.m. ET on Sunday night, Aug. 29.