If you have cable or satellite TV, you’ll be able to watch Jake Paul vs. Anderson Silva on PPV, and you can use the Internet to watch on a variety of devices. If you don’t have a cable subscription, you can also watch using Sling PPV. This service gives you the opportunity to watch the fight on a big screen, and it’s perfect if you’re out of the country. However, you’ll need a VPN to do so.
Paul lands a right to the body
Jake Paul lands a right to the body early in the round and Silva counters with a left hand. Paul is having a tough time in the cage. He is trying to land a big shot but misses repeatedly. He is getting closer to Silva but still looks wild. The fight is in a close round.
Paul lands a right to the body on Silva. It’s a solid round, but it’s not the best. Paul misses on his left hand and lands a right to the body. In the next round, Paul lands another right to the body and misses on an uppercut from Silva. The fight ends with Paul scoring a 1-2.
Paul lands a jab and a left hand. Woodley counters with a right hand. Paul is using the jab to set up a clean combination. He lands a right hand to the body. Paul scores with an overhand right. Woodley follows up with a left hook. Woodley fakes a superman punch, but Paul lands a right to the body.
Jake Paul nearly closed the show in the eighth round. While Anderson Silva was the aggressor, Paul landed a combination and landed a right to the body. The knockdown did not result in a KO, but Paul was able to recover and stays undefeated. The three judges scored the bout 77-74.