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How to watch Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva boxing live online


Emerging young star Jake Paul takes on UFC legend-turned-boxer Anderson Silva in an intriguing battle this week.

SUMMARY: Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva is live on Main Event and FITE. The most accessible and cheapest way to stream the fight live is through Main Event via Kayo Sports.

YouTube star-turned-boxer Jake Paul steps back into the ring, keen to build on his 5-0 career boxing record in a bout against Anderson Silva.

The Brazilian MMA legend Silva will likely be Paul's toughest contest to date.

They will fight at 187 pounds (approximately 85 kilograms) over 8 rounds.

Also featuring on the program is former NFL star Le'Veon Bell, who will take on another ex-UFC fighter Uriah Hall.

When does Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva start?

The program kicks off at 12pm AEDT, with the main event of Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva scheduled for approximately 2:30pm AEDT depending on how long the previous fights last.

This fight card takes place at the Desert Diamond Arena in Phoenix, Arizona.

How to watch Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva live in Australia

This big day of boxing is available on pay-per-view through Main Event.

You can watch via Foxtel iQ or stream Main Event through Kayo.

Both options will set you back $39.95.

You can access the bout via FITE but it will cost you US$26.99, which works out to be slightly more than through Main Event.

Live stream Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva on Main Event via Kayo: Order the PPV now

Stream Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva on Main Event via Kayo Sports

New, returning or existing Kayo Sports customers can watch directly through Main Event.

If you head to Main Event on Kayo, you can sign up and watch it through your usual Kayo platform.

Once you sign up online for $39.95, you can begin streaming as soon as the event gets underway.

If you're new to Kayo, you'll be granted access to Kayo One until 11:59pm AEDT 3 November 2022.

That allows you to stream any of the 50 sports on Kayo including the T20 World Cup, Rugby League World Cup, NBA, NHL and more.

After that, your access to Kayo's full content library will end, but you will still be able to access Kayo Freebies.

We have full details about streaming Main Event through Kayo Sports here.

Stream Paul vs Silva

Stream Main Event PPVs via Kayo Sports. Order Paul vs Silva for $39.95.

Watch Paul vs Silva on Main Event via Foxtel iQ

If you have a Foxtel iQ subscription, Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva costs $39.95 on top of your regular monthly subscription

Foxtel customers can order the fight directly on the Main Event website, using the My Foxtel app, via your remote control or by phone.

Ordering with a phone agent incurs an additional $2 booking fee.

Stream Paul vs Silva on FITE

You can also access Paul vs Silva via FITE.

It costs US$26.99 to view the bout, which at the time of writing was the equivalent of AUD$41.84.

If you happen to already subscribe to FITE Plus, this is an extra cost on top of your monthly subscription.

For lovers of boxing, MMA, pro wrestling, bare-knuckle fighting and more combat sports, FITE Plus could be a good service to subscribe to anyway.

It costs US$4.99 a month and comes with a 7-day free trial.

Stream Paul vs Silva

Stream PPVs on FITE TV. Order Paul vs Silva for US$26.99.

Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva full fight card

  • Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva
  • Ashton Sylve vs Braulio Rodriguez
  • Alexandro Santiago vs Antonio Nieves
  • Uriah Hall vs Le'Veon Bell
  • Chris Avila vs Dr Mike Varshavski

Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva fight preview

A fight card that stars a YouTube sensation, a UFC legend and an ex-NFL star is always likely to be box office and that's what you have here.

One thing that stands out in this fight is the age difference.

Silva, although a champion, is 47 years old whereas Paul is much younger at 25.

They also have just 9 professional boxing matches between them.

Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva
They both enter the bout with confidence, with Silva showing he is at home in the boxing ring after 2 great wins last year.

Silva might not be a pure boxer, but he has enough skill, power and smarts to stay in this fight, but a time will come when Paul lands a big hit and finishes this.

Image source: Main Event website

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