TYRON WOODLEY takes on Jake Paul this weekend in what is expected to be his most lucrative fight.
The former UFC welterweight champion will make his professional boxing debut against Paul, who is 3-0, in a huge fight in Cleveland.
Woodley has tonnes of combat sports experience but Paul has proved himself to be more than competent in the squared circle.
The pair will come to blows on Sunday in a massive event which is available to watch on BT Sport Box Office in the UK.
What is Tyron Woodley's net worth?
Tyron Woodley has been an MMA star since making his professional debut back in 2009.
The 39-year-old then moved over to MMA promotion strike force, where he impressed and landed himself a contract with the UFC.
And it was under president Dana White's banner where Woodley made his name, winning the welterweight title in 2016.
Woodley then had big fights with Stephen Thompson, Damian Maia and Darren Till, before losing four fights on the bounce, including ones with Kamaru Usman and Colby Covington.
His net worth, according to SportsKeeda, is around £3million.
Much has been made, especially by rival Paul, of the pay that UFC fighters receiver for their efforts.
And Woodley is expected to make much more than the career high £430,000 he made to fight Darren Till in 2018.
How much money will Tyron Woodley make for fighting Jake Paul?
Though the purses have not yet been disclosed, Woodley is expected to make at least £500,000.
Woodley will also likely receive a share, albeit a smaller one than Paul's, of the pay-per-view pot money.
Woodley's manager Malki Kawa said: "He [Tyron Woodley] is getting paid really well.
"He's getting a large base number and a cut of the pay-per-view globally, he's participating in a lot of different things.
"He should walk away with a multi-million dollar payday.
"His base guarantee is in the millions already, but add on all the other extra stuff, it's a really nice payday."
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