It's time for the Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva live stream, and we're mere hours away from the match that has the experts divided. Yes, some are actually taking The Problem Child, aka the bad boy of YouTube, over an undisputed MMA legend Anderson Silva.
When: The main card starts at 9 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. PT today (Saturday Oct. 29) / 1 a.m. GMT / 12 p.m. AEDT (Sunday, Oct. 30)
Paul vs Silva main event: Estimated for 11 p.m. ET / 8 p.m. PT / 3 a.m. GMT / 2 p.m. AEDT
Where: The Desert Diamond Arena in Glendale, Arizona
LIve streams: Showtime in the US / Fite (Internationally) / Main Event (AU)
Having trouble watching online? ExpressVPN can help you circumvent geo-restrictions
And while Paul's 5-0 record is built on four KOs and a split-decision, he's never really faced someone like Silva before. His previous wins were against the likes of fellow professionally-online-person AnEsonGib, former NBA player Nate Robinson (win via KO), former Bellator champ Ben Askren (another KO) and former UFC welterweight champ Tyron Woodley (another KO).
You might say that Paul is the epitome of what people say about having "a puncher's chance. Meanwhile, The Spider reigned over the UFC octagon for seven years, with a 16-fight win streak, UFC's longest ever to this date. He is an icon of his sport.
That said, Silva's on the wrong side of Father Time's favor, still grappling at the age of 47. His last MMA match was a loss in 2020 against Uriah Hall, and he's turned to boxing since. In this revival of his pugilistic career, he's 2-0, with a split-decision win over Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. and a KO win over fellow UFC icon Tito Ortiz.
So, here's everything you need to watch Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva live streams no matter where you are.
Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva live streams from anywhere on Earth
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Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva live streams in the U.S.
Folks in the States have one option for watching Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva live streams: Showtime. The Paul vs Silva card costs $59.99 on Showtime, and subscriptions are not required. Showtime is available via cable, satellite and Sho.com.
Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva odds
At this moment, per BetOnline.ag, Logan Paul is the -240 favorite (bet $240 to win $100), and Silva is the +200 underdog (a $100 bet nets you $200).
While those odds tightened by 10 points on both sides in the last 12 hours, the numbers had been going up in the recent days.
Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva live streams in Canada
Our neighbors to the great white North will watch the Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva live streams on FITE TV. It will probably cost around $81 CAD, depending on the conversion rates from the $59.99 USD price.
Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva live streams in the U.K.
FITE is charging £17.75 for fans to watch Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva live streams.
Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva live streams in Australia
Predictably, Kayo's Main Event is selling the Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva live streams to those in Australia. It costs AU $39.95, and pre-orders are open now.
Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva match card
The below records are their boxing records, excluding any MMA fights.
- "The Problem Child" Jake Paul (5-0) vs Anderson "The Spider" Silva (3-1)
- Ashton Sylve (7-0) vs Braulio Rodriguez (20-4)
- Alexandro Santiago (26-3-5) vs Antonio Nieves (20-3-2)
- Le’Veon Bell (0-0) vs Uriah Hall (0-0)
- Chris Avila (1-1) vs Dr. Mike Varshavski (0-0)
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