YouTube star Jake Paul continues his professional boxing career when he takes on another former UFC fighter and ex-welterweight champion Tyron Woodley. Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley date: UK start time, live stream, full undercard and how to watch as YouTube star takes on former UFC champion

The 24-year-old internet sensation is riding a wave of momentum after his first round knockout win over MMA fighter Ben Askren, moving to 3-0 since turning pro.

A war of words with Woodley, developed and now the pair will clash in the ring, with the 39-year-old losing his last four contests inside the octagon.

When and where is the fight?

The fight is set for Sunday, 29 August, and is scheduled to last eight rounds at is set at cruiserweight (with a weight limit imposed at 190 lbs).

The card is slated to start at 8pm ET (1am on Monday, 30 August in the UK).

Rocket Mortgage Field House will host the fight in Cleveland Ohio.

What time are the ring walks?

You can expect the ring walks to take place well after 11pm local time (4am BST), with the fight starting as late as 11:30pm local time (5am BST), depending on the results on the undercard.

How can I watch the fight and is there a live stream?

The fight will be on BT Sport Box Office in the UK the Ireland - costing £16.95 in the UK and €29.99 in Ireland.

The PPV main card will start at 12.30am on BT Sport Box Office. The fight can be accessed by BT TV, Virgin TV and Sky or online via the web or the BT Sport Box Office App, which will enable fans to stream the fight online too.

Showtime Sports will broadcast the fight in the United States, with a streaming platform available. It’ll cost $59.99 in the United States.

PPV channel Main Event has the rights in Australia, with fans able to purchase through Foxtel and Kayo at $29.95.

The fighters will pull on 10-ounce gloves with the ring specified at 20x20.

As well as dispatching Askren, Paul defeated YouTuber AnEson Gib and basketball player Nate Robinson.

The undercard has some British intrigue too, with Tommy Fury and British heavyweight contender Daniel Dubois slated to make their US debuts.

Fury has also been tipped as a future opponent of Paul, with the pair trading verbals on social media in recent years.

While UFC boss Dana White has dismissed Paul as a viable partner for fights in the future, labelling him “f***ing annoying”.

“I just don’t see it happening,” White told the Full Send Podcast. “I don’t hate the kid. Is he f***ing annoying? Yeah, he’s annoying. He’s out there trying to make that money, and his shelf life is very f***ing short.

“Listen, I never say never, but I highly doubt it (working with Paul). It’s just not what I do. There’s a market for that. He could fight a different type of celebrity every week, and there’s going to be a segment of the population that wants to pay for that and see it, but that’s not what I do. I put the best against the best.”

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Jake Paul returns to the ring this weekend when he faces off against former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley.

The controversial YouTuber, aka ‘The Problem Child’, destroyed ex-UFC star Ben Askren in April as he continued his much-criticised foray into professional boxing.

Paul has won his three pro fights to date with ease but has faced opponents far adrift of his skillset.

Woodley, a talented former UFC champion, has seen his MMA career stall in recent years but is expected to pose an entirely different test for the social media superstar.

The pair have been involved in another heated back-and-forth build-up to the clash and that will only increase as fight week approaches.