The undercard of Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley is coming together as Ohio fighters Charles Conwell and Montana Love are added to the undercard.
The Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley undercard continues to take shape. Ohio boxers Charles Conwell and Montana Love were formally added to the undercard in separate bouts during the second press conference for the event.
The second press conference was at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland, Ohio, which will host the event on Sunday, Aug. 29. It was the second time Paul and Woodley came together in front of the media to promote their matchup.
Conwell (15-0, 11 KOs) is a promising super welterweight who’s on the rise in a big way. The 23-year-old from Cleveland is undefeated and a former U.S. Olympian. Conwell fought three times in 2020, recording stoppages in each of those contests. He fought Silverio Ortiz to a decision in his last fight in June.
Conwell’s opponent will be Mark DeLuca. DeLuca (27-2, 15 KOs) is riding a three-fight winning streak since losing to Kell Brook by knockout in 2020.
Ohio boxers Charles Conwell and Montana Love join Jake Paul as Clevelanders on the Paul vs. Woodley fight card
Love (15-0-1, 7 KOs) also has an undefeated record and hails from Cleveland. The 26-year-old welterweight has fought twice in 2021 so far and has recorded a decision and TKO in those contests. He stopped Olaide Fijabi in round 2 in June. His opponent has not been named.
Event promoters are taking advantage of all the Ohio boxing talent. The only other confirmed matchup on the card is the title fight between unified featherweight champion Amanda Serrano and Yamileth Mercado. Serrano is a dominant boxer and extremely powerful puncher.
Paul is 3-0 with 3 KOs as a professional boxer and takes a major step up in competition against former UFC welterweight champion Woodley. That’s a total of four confirmed contests so far. Expect more to be added soon, possibly with more Ohio fighters. Paul was born in Cleveland and grew up in Ohio before he and his brother Logan became famous influencers.
If you’re not traveling to Cleveland to watch the fight, you can view the event through Showtime pay-per-view.