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WATCH: Paul vs Woodley 2 final press conference at 12 pm ET

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Credit: Showtime Amanda Westcott

The final press conference for Paul vs Woodley 2 takes place today (Dec. 16), and you can watch it live in the embedded video above.

Paul vs Woodley 2 will take place inside Amalie Arena in Tampa, Fla. on Saturday, Dec. 18. The card kicks off at 7 pm ET with preliminary action on Showtime. The main card pay-per-view will follow at 9 pm ET on Showtime PPV and FITE PPV and costs $59.95.

The event is headlined by a grudge rematch pitting YouTube superstar turned boxer Jake Paul versus former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley. The matchup is a run back of their August bout won by Paul via split-decision.

Watch final Paul vs Woodley 2 press conference today at 12 pm ET

The fight is not the originally planned main event for this card. Paul was first expected to face Tommy Fury in the night's headlining spot. However, the 7-0 boxer -- and half-brother of heavyweight champion Tyson Fury -- removed himself from the booking last week after being diagnosed with fractured ribs and advised by doctors not to compete. "The Chosen One" then stepped in to replace Fury on two weeks' notice.

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Credit: Showtime/Amanda Westcott

The card also features talented women's boxing champion, and MMA veteran, Amanda Serrano as she takes on rising talent Miriam Gutierrez. And further down the card, fight fans will get to see a circus-like battle between NBA and NFL all-league players Deron Williams and Frank Gore. The former "big four" sports star will be making their combat sports debuts against each other.

The full fight card for the event can be found below.

Paul vs Woodley 2 card

Main Card

Jake Paul (4-0) vs. Tyron Woodley (0-1) - 8 rounds

Amanda Serrano (41-1-1) vs. Miriam Gutierrez (14-1) - 10 rounds

Deron Williams (0-0) vs. Frank Gore (0-0) - 4 rounds

Liam Paro (21-0) vs. Yomar Alamo (20-0-1) - 10 rounds

Preliminary Card

Anthony Taylor (2-2) vs. Chris Avila (0-1) - 8 rounds

J’Leon Love (24-3-1) vs. Marcus Oliveira (28-5-1) - 8 rounds

Jeovanny Estela (5-0) vs. Chris Rollins (5-2-1) - 4 rounds