Ben Askren vs Jake Paul

Ben Askren vs Jake Paul: Live round-by-round updates, MMA Fighting has Paul vs Askren live for round-by-round updates for one of the most anticipated boxing fights of the year. The main event will start a little after 11:30 p.m. ET welcomes former MMA champion Ben Askren.

Jake Paul and Ben Askren are just a day away from their pay-per-view main event fight from Triller Fight Club in Atlanta, but today the pair will hit the scales for the weigh-in, and given it’s, y’know, “one of these,” some fireworks and drama don’t seem unlikely.

You can stream the weigh-in live at 6 pm ET at Fite TV.

Paul (2-0, 2 KO) will be fighting for the third time as a professional, though for the first time against anyone who’s ever had a real fight. The 36-year-old Askren is an MMA veteran who will be making his pro boxing debut.

The main event will start a little after 11:30 p.m. ET. Check out our Paul vs. Askren results page to find out what happened on the undercard. Jake Paul (2-0) welcomes former MMA champion Ben Askren (0-0) to the squared circle in this contest.

Jake Paul became a viral sensation with his impressive first-round knockout of Nate Robinson in his last outing on the undercard of the Tyson vs. Jones Jr. exhibition. Askren hasn’t competed in combat sports since Oct. 26, 2019 when he lost via technical submission to Demian Maia. Askren announced his MMA retirement a month later.

Jake Paul and Ben Askren are just a day away from their pay-per-view main event fight from Triller Fight Club in Atlanta, but today the pair will hit the scales for the weigh-in, and given it’s, y’know, “one of these,” some fireworks and drama don’t seem unlikely.

You can stream the weigh-in live at 6 pm ET at Fite TV.

Paul (2-0, 2 KO) will be fighting for the third time as a professional, though for the first time against anyone who’s ever had a real fight. The 36-year-old Askren is an MMA veteran who will be making his pro boxing debut.

The main event will start a little after 11:30 p.m. ET. Check out our Paul vs. Askren results page to find out what happened on the undercard. Jake Paul (2-0) welcomes former MMA champion Ben Askren (0-0) to the squared circle in this contest.

Jake Paul became a viral sensation with his impressive first-round knockout of Nate Robinson in his last outing on the undercard of the Tyson vs. Jones Jr. exhibition. Askren hasn’t competed in combat sports since Oct. 26, 2019 when he lost via technical submission to Demian Maia. Askren announced his MMA retirement a month later.

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