Jake Paul’s biggest fight yet is happening soon against Brazilian MMA star Anderson Silva. Here’s everything you need to know to catch the action Jake Paul vs Anderson Silvalive.
YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul is gearing up for the biggest bout of his career.
This will mark his first fight of 2022; initially, Paul was slated to face off against Tommy Fury on August 6, but travel problems kept the British boxer out of America’s borders, and weight issues with replacement Hasim Rahman Jr. ended up getting the fight canceled for good.
Luckily Paul was able to score the match of a lifetime, announcing a bout with Anderson Silva coming up this October.
When is Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva?
Jake Paul and Anderson Silva will face off on Saturday, October 29, 2022.
This match comes nearly three months after his previously scheduled fight on August 6, which was ultimately canceled.
Where to watch Jake Paul vs Silva
Fans can catch Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva via Showtime on Amazon Prime Video and Hulu.
The bout will take place at the Gila River Arena in Phoenix, Arizona. Tickets are available through Ticketmaster.
At the time of writing, fans can purchase the pay-per-view on Showtime for $59.99. Fans can buy the PPV now.
Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva fight card
The full fight card for Paul vs Silva features four other major bouts. For the main event, both Silva and Paul are set to weigh in at a contracted 187 lbs.
- MAIN EVENT: Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva
- Ashton Sylve vs. Braulio Rodriguez
- Alexandro Santiago vs. Antonio Nieves
- Uriah Hall vs. Le’Veon Bellud
- Chris Avila vs. Dr. Mike Varshavski
Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva: A history
Longtime fans of Jake Paul know that this fight against Anderson Silva has been a long time coming.
Silva himself has expressed admiration for both Paul brothers in the past, saying the bombastic YouTube duo “changed” combat sports and said he “respects” both influencers.
Although Jake was leery of taking a fight with “the Spider,” he has since changed his tune, and is now finally locked in to take on the Brazilian fighter in one of the biggest YouTube boxing events since Logan Paul vs Floyd Mayweather last year.