Woodley demanded a rematch in August following Paul’s first victory by split-decision, with the athlete getting an “I love Jake Paul” tattoo on his finger to confirm the fight.
Paul had planned to take on Tommy Fury in the ring, but the Love Island star had to pull out on medical grounds, leaving Woodley to step in just two weeks ahead of the bout.
The ex-Disney Channel star remains undefeated with five professional wins, having previously taken on the likes of basketball player Nate Robinson, mixed martial artist Ben Askren and fellow content creator Ali Al-Fakhri (known online as AnEsonGib).
Commenting on who he would like to take on next, Paul addressed UFC president Dana White and said: “I embarrassed your whole company. Please let me get Kamaru Usman, please let me get [Nate] Diaz, please let me get [Jorge] Masvidal, please let me get [Conor] McGregor, because I’m going to embarrass them too.