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ESPN+ and DAZN Team Up to Stream Jake Paul vs. Nate Diaz PPV

ESPN+ and DAZN Team Up to Stream Jake Paul vs. Nate Diaz PPV

This weekend, the boxing world will witness one of the most intriguing and controversial fights of the year, as YouTube star Jake Paul takes on UFC legend Nate Diaz in a pay-per-view showdown.

The fight, which will take place at the AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas, on Saturday, will be available to stream on two platforms: ESPN+ and DAZN.

ESPN+, the streaming service of the sports media giant, has partnered with DAZN, the global leader in boxing streaming, to offer fans another option to watch the event. According to MMA journalist Ariel Helwani, who broke the news on Monday’s edition of The MMA Hour, ESPN+ and DAZN will join forces to stream the upcoming Jake Paul vs. Nate Diaz boxing pay-per-view this weekend.

This means that fans can choose to purchase the event for $59.99 either on ESPN+ or DAZN, depending on their preference and subscription status. ESPN+ subscribers can buy the PPV directly on the ESPN app or website, while DAZN subscribers can access the PPV through their existing account. Non-subscribers can also sign up for either service and then buy the PPV.

The fight between Paul and Diaz is expected to generate huge interest and revenue, as both fighters have massive fan bases and polarizing personalities. Paul, who has a record of 4-1 in professional boxing, has made a name for himself by taking on former UFC champions Anderson Silva and Tyron Woodley, and beating them by split decision. However, his last fight was his first loss, as he was outboxed by Tommy Fury, the brother of heavyweight champion Tyson Fury.

Diaz, who has a record of 22-13 in MMA, is one of the most popular and respected fighters in UFC history. He is known for his wars with Conor McGregor, his submission skills, and his trash-talking. He will make his boxing debut after a long hiatus from MMA, where he last fought and defeated Tony Ferguson at UFC 279 last fall.

The fight will be an affiliate with ESPN’s Top Rank, which means that it will feature some of the best boxers in the world on the undercard.


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