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How To Watch Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley in Ohio
The next big boxing match is coming up this weekend as Jake Paul will face off against Tyron Woodley on Sunday, August 29th. The event will start at 8 PM EST, with the headline fight of Paul vs. Woodley starting around midnight. It will be taking place in Cleveland, Ohio, at Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse.
Ways to Watch the Fight
Unlike almost every other sport, you can usually expect to pay or find another unconventional way to watch a boxing match. All other sports are shown on TV but not boxing, so let’s deep dive into your different options to watch this fight.
There is always an option to go to the fight if you are local to Ohio. Cleveland, which is only two hours from Columbus and four hours from Cincinnati, is a great place for a weekend getaway if you want to see the event in person.
Tickets are going for about 25 dollars for seats in the upper section. This is probably going to be your best bet if you want the most exciting way to see this fight.
Pay per view
Showtime’s opinion for how you should watch the fight is through a cable provider on pay-per-view for $59.99. This is the most reliable way to watch the fight if you are planning on watching it at home. Showtime’s pay-per-view will be the highest quality stream that you will find.
If you are concerned with the 60-dollar payment, it is always a good plan to split it with friends by having them over for a watch party.
Another great way to watch this fight would be to contact a local bar to see if they are showing the fight. This can be a great atmosphere to watch a fight as the whole bar is usually invested in the outcome. Sometimes the bars will charge a small cover fee for all entrants to the bar, so make sure to check on this, as well.
This can be a great way to spend the night out and end it with a good, exciting fight for much cheaper than it would be to purchase it at home.
Although this prevents you from watching it live, you can always expect the fight to be uploaded to YouTube in the next days following the fight, where you can watch all the action for free if you don’t need to see it in real-time.
This can be a deal-breaker for some people who want to be part of the action while it is going on, but if you are looking for a free way to be able to watch the fight, then this may be the option for you.
Last Resort -- Find a Livestream
I put this last because this is the option that Showtime will be trying to prevent and not want you to choose. It will allow you to watch the fight live for free. This is potentially the most unreliable and lowest quality way to watch the fight. But it could also be reliable and high quality if you are able to find a good stream.
Throughout the night, Showtime will be searching around to try to take down these streams, which can cause you to lose connection. In that case, you would have to search for a new stream.
It can be frustrating if the stream is constantly buffering or losing connection, but you could also get lucky and find a good stream that Showtime doesn’t take down for the whole fight. If you are on a tight budget and want to try to stream the fight live for free, this may be a good option for you.
The Jake Paul-Tyron Woodley fight should be a good one that you don’t want to miss. Whether you are looking for a very reliable or cheaper option, there are many ways that you can tune into the action to see if Jake Paul is able to continue his undefeated boxing career or if Woodley is able to step out of the Octagon to put a beat down on Jake Paul.
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