Widely known American professional boxer, Jake Paul is getting ready for one of his biggest fights coming this month with former UFC Middleweight Champion Anderson Silva.

Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva’s fight will be held on 29th October at the Gila River Arena in Glendale, Arizona, United States of America, and undoubtedly it will be one of the key fights in the event. Recently, Showtime Boxing revealed the price and full fight card details for this month’s fight, which will cost $59.99. The event is already on sale, as it is at a budget-friendly cost.

Here’s the full pay-per-view main card as it stands:

  • Main Event: Jake Paul vs. Anderson Silva
  • Ashton Sylve vs. Braulio Rodriguez
  • Alexandro Santiago vs. Antonio Nieves
  • Uriah Hall vs. Le’Veon Bell
  • Chris Avila vs. Dr. Mike Varshavski
Jake Paul Is Observing The Opposition for His Next Fight Against Anderson Silva

Jake Paul recently claimed MMA Junkie that: “I do think this will be the biggest pay-per-view of my career, I would be happy with anywhere from 300-500,000, but I think it can get up anywhere to like 600 or 700,000, depending on how the fight week goes, and the promotion and if ‘All Access’ performs well. I think this could be the biggest one for sure.”

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Earlier today, the 25-year-old media personality shared a tweet where he wrote that he needs around 8 more TVs to watch every fight tomorrow. He’s probably thinking about emulating the opposition’s style of play to improve his performance on the day of judgment.

We can say that it will be one of the greatest matches as on one side there is silva, who is regarded as a mixed martial artist of all time. Even during his tough phase, he was such a deadly boxer. On the other hand, there is Jake Paul who is an undefeated resume in his boxing career at 5-0 with four knockouts.

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We all know that Anderson Silva is one of the greatest UFC champions but as of now, he is 47 years old, so the age factor could be a major concern. While in his prime time he could have easily smoked Jake Paul but concerning this point, we may predict that Jake Paul has an advantage. What do you guys think who will win? Let us know in the comment section.

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