Jake Paul vs. Nate Diaz fight TODAY, Saturday, August 5, from the American Airlines Center in Dallas in a fight agreed at cruiserweight of 185 pounds that has generated great expectation in the world of pugilism. Paul is back in the box while MMA legend Diaz will make his 16-string debut. The event can be seen on the signals of DAZN, ESPN, and Star +. You can also see every detail on the Líbero website.
Recall that Jake Paul comes from a hard setback against Tommy Fury, against whom he fell by a split decision last February. After that, he made some changes to his team and has been training with J’Leon Love, Shane Mosley (member of the Boxing Hall of Fame) and Theo Chambers.
Jake Paul vs Nate Diaz: What time will the fight be?
The fight between both athletes will be from 20:00 in Peru. Check the schedules according to your geographical area.
Peru, Colombia, and Ecuador: 20:00
Paraguay, Chile, Bolivia, and Venezuela: 9:00 p.m.
Argentina and Uruguay: 22:00
United States: 8 p.m. ET
United Kingdom: 1 a.m. UK
Jake Paul vs Nate Diaz: Where will they broadcast the fight?
The broadcast of the fight between Jake Paul and Nate Diaz can be seen on ESPN+ (PPV USA) and DAZN (Spain). Unlike other Paul fights, this fight will go for the most important PPV in the United States, where you will have to pay to see the fight. In Latin America, it can only be seen by the Star Plus signal.
Jake Paul vs Nate Diaz: Event Billboard
Jake Paul vs. Nate Diaz: 10-round Cruiserweight
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What is Nate Diaz’s UFC record and boxing history?
Nate Diaz is 22-13 in MMA. He is coming off a headlining victory in September where he forced Tony Ferguson into submission with a guillotine chokehold. He has only fought twice since 2020 after amassing a following as one of UFC’s most exciting fighters. In 2007, he won “The Ultimate Fighter 5,” beating Manny Gamburyan with a second-round submission.
What are the betting odds for Jake Paul vs. Nate Diaz?
The top online sportsbooks have a clear favorite in the upcoming Paul-Diaz fight.
BetMGM lists Paul as the likely winner at -400 odds to win the match, with the UFC veteran Diaz coming in at +275 to have his arm raised when the dust settles. Bettors who like Diaz’s chances at an upset might be interested in FanDuel, which has Diaz as a +350 underdog.
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