Internet personality-turned boxer Jake Paul is set to take on another MMA star. The betting odds suggest Paul could make quick work of his opponent, as he did against retired MMA fighter Ben Askren.

Paul is favored to beat Tyron Woodley in a boxing match scheduled for Aug. 28. Both Paul and Woodley confirmed to ESPN that they have agreed to a fight.

Paul, 24, was made a -155 favorite when the bout was first reported, and his odds have since moved up to -160 at BetOnline. Woodley, 39, is a +130 underdog.

"I have a list of people I plan on shutting up with my fists," Paul said in a statement to ESPN. "And as I enter my fourth pro fight, I am excited to knock the first one off the list by challenging myself against a five-time UFC champion known for his knockout power. Tyron's a seasoned striker who has fought the best in the world. I certainly respect his career, but I will be sending Tyron into a permanent siesta on August 28.”

No location has been decided for the boxing match. According to ESPN, Paul and Woodley will use 10-ounce gloves in a 20x20 ring and fight at 190 pounds.

Paul is undefeated in three professional boxing matches. After beating former NBA player Nate Robinson with a second-round knockout in November, the social media influencer knocked out Askren, a former UFC fighter, in the opening round of their fight on April 17.

Woodley has never competed in a professional boxing match. He was one of the world’s best MMA fighters at his peak, holding the UFC welterweight championship from July 30, 2016, until March 2, 2019. Woodley has lost four straight UFC fights.

"Easiest fight of my career and biggest purse of my career all in one night," Woodley said. "Basically, they brought me in to take out the trash. I can't wait to shut this (expletive) up. This is getting done for the culture, the whole MMA community and boxing community, to rid this guy of combat sports."

Jake Paul celebrates with his brother, Logan, after defeating AnEsonGib
Jake Paul celebrates with his brother, Logan, after defeating AnEsonGib Getty Images | Michael Reaves