Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley fight earnings revealed
Now that Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley have thrown hands, here’s a look at how much money every fighter on the boxing card walked away with.
Paul and Woodley finally stepped inside a boxing ring and tried to settle their beef on August 29. Although the social media star had his hand raised through a split decision, the feud appears to be far from over.
After selling thousands of tickets at the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Ohio, along with a yet unclear number of Pay Per View buys, how much did each fighter take home?
Here’s a full rundown on the final fight purses from the Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley boxing event.
How much did Jake Paul & Tyron Woodley make from their fight?
After making high six figures for his knockout win over Ben Askren earlier in the year, Paul appears to have seen a huge increase in salary for the Woodley event.
The internet celebrity made $2,000,000 from the fight with Woodley, as per a report from MMAFighting who got those figures from the Ohio State Athletic Commission. This figure is just his guarantee for fighting, never mind his pay-per-view split or sponsor bonuses.
Meanwhile, Woodley – who was supposed to only make $500,000 according to his agent – also walked away with $2,00,000.
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Following the win, Jake posted a cryptic Instagram story that stated he was a ‘tenth of the way to becoming a billionaire’ – suggesting he’s likely in for a massive payday once everything shakes out.
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These figures likely won’t be confirmed for some time, however. The YouTuber did make a video after the Askren fight suggesting the event had made close to $70,000,00 and it seems as if the Woodley fight will eclipse that.
As for the rest of the payouts, these are the figures from MMAFighting’s report:
- Jake Paul: $2 million
- Tyron Woodley: $2 million
- Amanda Serrano: $75,000 ($3,000 deduction — sanctioning fee for WBO and IBO)
- Yamileth Mercado: $45,000 ($2,250 deduction — sanctioning fee for WBO and IBO)
- Daniel Dubois: $100,000
- Juiseppe Cusumano: $110,000
- Montana Love: $60,000
- Ivan Baranchyk: $60,000
- Tommy Fury: $15,000
- Anthony Taylor: $40,000
- Charles Conwell: $80,000
- Juan Carlos Rubio: $20,000