Jake Paul VS Nate Diaz: Highly anticipated boxing fight

Jake Paul VS Nate Diaz, highly anticipated fight takes place on Saturday 

Nate Diaz, a former UFC superstar challenges Jake Paul on Saturday night in Dallas. The fight, which will be fought at a catchweight of 185 pounds, will mark Paul’s first since he lost his first career fight to Tommy Fury earlier this year by split decision.

Nate Diaz is making his boxing debut. He is one of the most entertaining fighters in the promotion’s history and a former UFC contender. Diaz competed against the best fighters in the UFC, including Conor McGregor twice, Tony Ferguson once, Jorge Masvidal once, Leon Edwards once, and Benson Henderson once.

After defeating Tony Ferguson in September 2022, he wrapped his UFC contract. Paul finally won the fight after being called out several times over the past few years, giving him the chance to make a big impression in the ring for the first time. After having called out Paul multiple times over the past few years, he finally landed the fight and now has the opportunity to make a big impression in his boxing debut.

Both teams got into a fight on Thursday during a news conference, setting up a compelling game on Saturday. For the match, both competitors made weight on Friday (Paul 185, Diaz 184.9).

In a pre-fight interview, Diaz said, “Well, everywhere I go, people are talking about Jake Paul beating people’s asses. He defeated 2 former UFC champions. He belongs to a heavier weight class. Everyone believes that this big man will defeat me. So that’s who you want to take on.

Paul has established himself as a committed and talented boxer despite his less conventional path to the ring. He has defeated Tyron Woodley, the current UFC champion, and UFC legend Anderson Silva six times in his professional career.

The PPV event will also include a highly anticipated contest between Amanda Serrano and Heather Hardy for the undisputed women’s welterweight title before the main card.

Full Fight card

  • Jake Paul vs. Nate Diaz, 185-pound catchweight
  • Amanda Serrano vs. Heather Hardy, undisputed featherweight title
  • Ashton Sylve vs. William Silva, lightweights
  • Chris Avila vs. Jeremy Stephens, super middleweights
  • Shadasia Green vs. Olivia Curry, super middleweight
  • Alan Sanchez vs. Angel Beltran Villa, welterweights