Jake Paul will take on Nate Diaz on Saturday, August 5 at the American Airlines Center in Dallas with the hopes of putting his last performance behind him. Paul was defeated by for the first time in his pro career at the hands of Tommy Fury.
You can bet that Paul will be hungry to get back in the winner's circle in this one. As you might expect, this fight will be packed with drama.
Get the live odds and how to stream Paul vs Diaz right here! Best of luck with all of your action this weekend!
Oddsmakers are expecting a big bounce-back performance from Jake Paul, as he's currently favored by anywhere from -425 to -600 at various online sportsbooks.
Fight fans who want to bet on Paul can currently find the best price at DraftKings (-425). Paul claims he's "more focused than ever", but does he really deserve to be this big of a favorite?
Nate Diaz is one of the most popular MMA fighters of this era, but he's never boxed professionally. He's also quite a bit smaller than Paul and 12 years older.
Bettors who want to get some action down on Diaz can find the best odds at FanDuel, which is currently dealing +370. Diaz may not have boxing experience, but he does have the innate toughness needed to make this fight interesting. After all, this is the same guy that took down Conor McGregor back in 2016.
Bookmakers are also expecting Paul vs Diaz to go at least 7 rounds, as the total rounds line is currently listed at 6.5 at Caesars. The over is heavily juiced to -160 at the time of this writing. Paul is the heavy favorite for a reason, but a knockout of Diaz may not come as easily as some folks think.
Want to see what crazy turn the career of Jake Paul will take next? This iconic fight is Pay-Per-View only and folks will have two options for purchasing it. The entire fight card begins on Saturday, August 5 at 8 PM Eastern Time. The Main Event is expected to start around 11:15 PM Eastern Time.
The Main Event should be more than entertaining, but don't forget about the rest of the card. Heather Hardy will take on Amanda Serrano for the featherweight title. The rest of the undercard is as follows:
People with an ESPN Plus subscription can purchase this fight for $59.99. Sports fans without access to ESPN Plus can get the Paul vs Diaz fight and one month of ESPN Plus for just $69.98. ESPN Plus is a must-have for serious MMA fans, as UFC Fight Night is carried there.
DAZN is also offering Paul vs Diaz for $59.99 to its subscribers. However, folks without a DAZN subscription can get the fight and 1 month of DAZN for just $61. DAZN is a great option for sports lovers because they carry boxing, LIV Golf, and a ton of different pro soccer leagues.