Youtube star Jake Paul (3-0, 3 KOs) is hoping that his upcoming fight will go a few rounds, after beating his first three opponents inside of two rounds.

Paul made his pro debut by stopping fellow Youtuber AneSonGib in one round. He followed up that victory by stopping NBA veteran Nate Robinson in two rounds.

And this past April, Paul blew away MMA veteran Ben Askren in a single round.

On Sunday night, in the main event of a Showtime Pay-Per-View, Paul will step in the ring with former UFC world champion Tyron Woodley, who makes his pro debut in boxing.

Woodley, who at one time was regarded as one of the best pound-for-pound fighters in MMA, is by far the toughest test for Paul.

While Paul is looking to close the show with a knockout, he also hopes the contest will play out for a few rounds in order to showcase some of his boxing skills to the pay-per-view audience.

"I've said it, I wouldn't mind going a couple rounds with this guy. To show my inside fighting, to show my work to the body, to show how I set shots up, to show my head movement, defense," Paul told The Sun.

"To show that I can take a hit. I haven't been able to show any of this, so I really wouldn't mind it going a couple of rounds because then I think the boxing community will be like, 'Oh, damn this kid can actually fight'. Even in the last fight, I knocked Ben Askren out, people were like, 'There's no way this is possible, it's rigged'. Yeah, I want a challenge and I want a tough fight."