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Jake Paul vs Nate Diaz live Streaming via Non-PPV Options

The most-awaited fight of the year is here as Jake Paul and Nate Diaz are all set to take on each other in a 10-round battle with a stacked line-up at American Airlines Center, Dallas. Click here to get access ‘Paul vs DIaz Fight Live in Canada’ After months of talking from both sides, there was another hit show before the fight when both fighters gathered for the press conference with their teams.

This time, teams from both sides heated things, with security guards getting into a scrap after some push-and-shove and punches were thrown.

Watch Paul vs Diaz live stream in Canada (Anywhere)

Like most big fights, Jake Paul vs. Nate Diaz will only stream on PPV. That said, the following streaming services will be live-streaming the event:

DAZN PPV in Canada:

Fans can access the long-awaited fight on DAZN PPV for $59.99 (best option watch the fight only $29.99 at FitePassPPV

ESPN+ PPV in the USA

Fans can also stream the fight through ESPN+ PPV for $59.99 USA & Canada

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FITE.TV: In many other places, fans can watch the fight live on for $44.99.

Jake Paul: The Problem Child

With impressive 5.3 million followers and 2 billion views, Jake Paul started his career at 17 as a YouTuber with Vine videos before making his debut on the undercard of his brother’s fight with KSI five years ago.

Dubbed ‘The Problem Child,’ the 26-year-old is coming to the fight after tasting his first defeat in February this year against his most experienced opponent, Tommy Fury, who won by split decision.

It’s worth mentioning that in his short career, Jake Paul has defeated the likes of Tyron Woodley and Anderson Silva, two MMA stars, and Rocket Mortgage and Ben Askren.

Talking about the fight against Nate Diaz, the younger Paul is reported to claim a guaranteed $2 million, a contest where much is on stake for the fighter, as his manager said.

“He may retire if he loses to Nate Diaz. His boxing career is on the line in being one of the top three or four guys in the entire sport globally. I think if he were to lose, he’d go to being another prospect that’s coming up in the ring.”

Nate Diaz:

One of the most celebrated and beloved fighters in mixed martial arts history with a record of 21-13, the 38-year-old fighter has never competed in an official boxing match before; he has some list of victims, which include Conor McGregor, Jorge Masvidal, Leon Edwards, Benson Henderson and would like to add another big name as he prepares for his professional boxing debut.

Understandably, Nate Diaz isn’t the favorite to win the fight, but Conor McGregor is backing Nate for the battle with the following remarks:

“I think Nate Diaz slaps his head off, and I’m looking forward to seeing it. [Will I be there?] I’ll probably be in the Lamborghini on the coast of Sicily. I think it’s Nate.”

It’s worth mentioning that along with Paul vs. Diaz, there are some other exciting fights scheduled as well. In the co-main event, Amanda Serrano and Heather Hardy will face each other in a rematch for Serrano’s undisputed women’s featherweight championship from their fight in 2019.

Since losing that encounter, Hardy has only competed once in a failed bid against Jessica Camara. Meanwhile, Serrano has gone 7-1 since then, with the only loss against undisputed women’s lightweight champion Katie Taylor.

In another fight, UFC veteran Jeremy Stephens and Chris Avila, training partner of Diaz, will be seen in action. In addition, 19-year-old Sylve (9-0) is also scheduled to appear on a Jake Paul card.

Paul vs. Diaz: What has been said?

Paul: “My last fight didn’t end the way I wanted, but the result was the best thing that could have happened to my professional boxing aspirations.

“Now, the world thinks I am vulnerable when all I am is more focused than ever. Nate Diaz is considered one of the worst fighters ever, but he and his team have been running their mouths for too long.”

Diaz: “Besides Canelo (Alvarez), he’s the biggest thing in boxing. I’m here to conquer that. I’m the King of combat sports, and then I’m headed back to get my UFC belts.”

Jake Paul Bio and Record:

Nationality: American

Date of birth: January 17, 1997

Height: 6′ 1″

Reach 76″

Total fights: 7

Record: 6-1 (4 KOs)

Nate Diaz Bio and Record:

Nationality: American

Date of birth: April 16, 1985

Height: 6′ 0″

Reach 76″

Total fights: 0

Record: 0-0

Jake Paul vs. Nate Diaz Fight Card:

Below is the complete Jake Paul vs. Nate Diaz Fight Card:

Main Card:

  • Jake Paul vs. Nate Diaz – Cruiserweight
  • Amanda Serrano vs. Heather Hardy – For Serrano’s IBF, WBA, WBC, and WBO Women’s Featherweight Titles
  • William Silva vs. Ashton Sylve – Lightweight
  • Chris Avila vs. Jeremy Stephens – Super Middleweight
  • Olivia Curry vs. Shadasia Green – Women’s Super Middleweight


Alan Sanchez vs. Angel Beltran – Welterweight

Quilisto Madera vs. Kevin Newman II – Middleweight

Jose Aguayo vs. Noel Cavazos – Welterweight

Luciano Ramos vs. CJ Hamilton – Super lightweight

The Venue, Date, and Start Time:

  • Venue: American Airlines Center, Dallas
  • Date: Saturday, August 5
  • Order here: PPV FIght
  • Main Card: (8:00 pm ET / 7:00 pm CT / 5:00 pm PT on Saturday) (1:00 am UK Time on Sunday) Main Event Ringwalks: (11:30 pm ET / 8:30 pm PT / 10:30 pm CT on Saturday) (4:30 am UK Time on Sunday)

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