There are two ways to look at Jake Paul vs Woodley 2’s pay. First, it should be noted that Paul is guaranteed a minimum payout of $1.5 million. It is possible that Paul could earn more, as he’s been criticized for not paying enough in the past. The guaranteed payout could be split equally, with Paul receiving more money due to his higher draw, and larger pay.
Jake Paul earned $2million in his first fight, the same amount Woodley earned from his mixed-martial arts career. Woodley earned $690,000. Paul, however, received more than twice the prize money than his opponent for his second professional fight. If Woodley wins this fight, he could get even more money. This fight is worth betting on a rematch because of the large purse.
Jake Paul is guaranteed a $1.5 million purse, but he can earn up to $4,000,000 if pay-per view sales exceed his expectations. Jake Paul will receive 70% of the pay per-view sales if the fight is broadcast on TV. The fighter’s potential pay-per-view point earning potential will be affected by the percentage of PPV tickets sold.
The second bout in Jake Paul vs Woodley will be held in the United States on Saturday, 18 December 2021. Both fighters will be able to watch the fight on a pay-per view (PPV) basis. It will be contested on a white collar card. Jake Paul has suffered two losses in the UFC, and one in boxing. Woodley has made more money in boxing than the UFC, which is why he gets so many large payouts.
The combined earnings of Tyron Woodley’s fight against Youtuber Jake Paul was $2 million. The second fight will most likely be even more lucrative for both fighters, thanks to Jake Paul’s 20 million subscribers. The winner of this fight will also be awarded a bonus. Woodley is believed have earned more than $2 million for his fight against Paul in 2014.
According to specialized boxing websites, Jake Paul has already guaranteed a purse of $1.5 million. This amount can be increased to four millions dollars if the PPV succeeds. Tyron Woodley has guaranteed a minimum payout amount of $1 million. However, he could also receive 500 thousand dollars if Paul is knocked out. It’s still unclear what the total payout is, but it’s definitely worth watching.
If Jake Paul beat Tyron Woodley in a rematch on Showtime, he would have earned a $1.5 million payday. He could have earned even more money. Tyson Fury reportedly told his brother to retire from boxing if he didn’t get a payout. The fight was scheduled to take place in Miami on 18 December and was to be broadcast live on BT Sports in the United Kingdom as well as Showtime Boxing in America. The fight did not go as planned. Jake Paul stepped in and fought the UFC welterweight champion.