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Jake Paul will look to improve his professional boxing record to 4-0 on Sunday when he faces his toughest opponent in former UFC champion Tyron Woodley.Paul’s first professional fight was against fellow YouTuber Ali Eson Gib, and he followed that with bouts against former NBA player Nate Robinson and former UFC fighter Ben Askren.

“Now we’re kind of stepping up the level of opposition,’’ said BJ Flores, Paul’s head trainer. “I feel like Tyron Woodley’s going to be Jake’s first legitimate challenger.’’Woodley is making his boxing debut. He went 19-7-1 in the UFC and won the welterweight championship in June 2016, defending the title four times. He lost his last four UFC matches, the last in March, before his contract expired and the UFC let him go.,49159071.html

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What TV channel is Paul vs. Woodley on?
The fight is a pay-per-view event available through most cable providers, distributed through Showtime PPV. The cost of the fight is $59.99 and can also be streamed through the Showtime app.

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