“Witness the Showdown: How to Live Stream Jake Paul vs. Nate Diaz Boxing Match Online”

Still, Jake Paul is “The Problem Child.” At least for older people who fight in MMA.

Jake Paul vs. Nate Diaz
SAN DIEGO – APRIL 09: (L-R) Gilbert Melendez, Nate Diaz, Jake Shields, Nick Diaz and Cesar Gracie pose for a team photo after Nick Diaz’s TKO victory over Paul Daley at the Strikeforce event at the Valley View Casino Center on April 9, 2011 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Esther Lin/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)


The social media influencer-turned-boxer beat UFC veteran Nate Diaz on Saturday by unanimous decision (97-92, 98-91, 98-91). This made his professional boxing record 7-1 (1-0 against other professional fighters).

It was just like a Jake Paul fight in every way.

Weeks of attention and fears about whether or not this is really where boxing is headed.

Someone who is known for something other than how good they are at boxing. There are many famous people. Noise, noise all the time. There’s nothing to learn about Paul’s future as a real boxer, at least.

We learned the same thing about his skill as a marketer when he sold a fight against someone 12 years older than him who had only been fighting for a few months.

The big pull was that Diaz was the one who stopped another loudmouth, Conor McGregor, with his legendary submission win in 2016. Paul and boxing both turned out to be different kinds of challenges.


In the first round, Paul hurt Diaz and then hit him with a series of blows that put him on his back foot. The fight looked like it was almost over.

Diaz was able to get back on his feet and stop the danger, but the match looked a lot like Paul’s other wins, with his chosen Big MMA Name looking slow and hesitant.

In the second round, Diaz began to figure out how to defend himself, but he never hit Paul hard enough to hurt him.

In the fourth round, Diaz got bold and threw a bunch of hooks that wouldn’t have been out of place in an MMA fight.

In the fifth round, Diaz started to have some fun.

He pretended to be hurt by a body blow, but Paul knocked him down and spent the rest of the round hitting Diaz like he did in the first round.

The next few rounds were pretty even, but in the eighth and ninth, Diaz seemed to do a lot of damage, which got the crowd excited. Paul’s blows no longer seemed to hurt him.

In the last round, Diaz pretended to be tired and hurt, or at least some of the time. Paul, who had never been in a fight that lasted more than eight rounds, started to look tired, while Diaz just laughed.

Diaz won in the end, which was what most people thought would happen, but Paul’s control in the first few rounds made the choice clear.

“I pretty much knocked him out every round, but he won one. Paul said after the fight, “But he’s a warrior.” “In the first round, I hurt him, but he kept coming.

No one is taking that much damage, but my team and my conditioning deserve all the praise. It’s unheard of for me to go 10 rounds in my eighth fight. Just started fighting three years ago. Beating a UFC superstar.”

As always, it will be up to Paul to decide what to do next.

Since he joined the Professional Fighters League earlier this year, he said that his next fight could be an MMA match.

He seemed to give Diaz the first chance to fight him, but he kept it open enough for the whole MMA community.

“I want $10,000,000. That’s the deal, PFL,” Paul said. “Let’s do it all over again in MMA. Make things even. I won one, and now it’s your turn where you live. MMA, go for it!”

Paul also said that he would be up for a repeat with Tommy Fury, who beat him by a split decision in February.

This was Paul’s first loss to someone whose Wikipedia page says “boxer” as their first job. And there is always at least a somewhat famous MMA boxer looking for money.

Jake Paul vs. Nate Diaz
GLENDALE, ARIZONA – : MMA fighter Nate Diaz (C) attends the Jake Paul and Anderson Silva fight at Desert Diamond Arena on October 29, 2022 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)


• At 185 pounds, Jake Paul beat Nate Diaz by majority decision (97-92, 98-91, 98-91).

• Amanda Serrano beat Heather Hardy for the women’s featherweight title by a majority decision of 99-91, 100-90, and 100-90.
Chris Avila beat Jeremy Stephens at super middleweight by a majority decision (59-55, 59-55, 60-54)


• At 145 pounds, Ashton “H2O” Sylve knocked out William Silva at 2:59 of R4 to win.


Shadasia Green beat Olivia Curry in the women’s super middleweight division by a majority decision of 99-91, 100-90, and 100-89.


Alan Sanchez beat Angel Beltran at welterweight by a majority decision of 77-75, 78-74, and 79-73.


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