Paul vs Perry Live Stream

Paul vs Perry Live Stream: where to watch Mike Perry vs Jake Paul fight live online for boxing free TV channel in the US, UK, Canada, and Australia Date, fight time, live stream & where to watch on TV online.

Paul vs Perry Live

MVP announced that international superstar Jake “El Gallo” Paul (9-1, 6 KOs) will return to the ring for “Fear No Man,” a cruiserweight battle against the incredibly dangerous bare knuckle champion boxer and MMA star “Platinum” Mike Perry (5-0, 3 KOs BKFC) on Saturday, July 20 at AMALIE Arena in Tampa, Florida, live on DAZN pay-per-view.

Paul vs. Perry will be an eight round cruiserweight bout, as Paul faces his most dangerous opponent to date and puts it all on the line in an incredibly risky fight against the baddest bare knuckle boxer of all time ahead of his bout with the Baddest Man on the Planet, Mike Tyson.

Boxing trailblazer and unified featherweight champion Amanda “The Real Deal” Serrano (46-2-1, 30 KOs) will also return to the ring against Tampa, Florida’s top-10 ranked IBF, WBO, and WBA talent and KO artist, Stevie “Sledgehammer” Morgan (14-1, 13 KOs) in the co-main event.

Serrano vs. Morgan will be a super lightweight battle, contested over 10, two-minute rounds as Serrano aims to display her power at super lightweight against the powerful puncher, Morgan, ahead of her clash with Katie Taylor on Friday, November 15.

“Fear No Man” is presented by CELSIUS Live Fit Essential Energy. The undercard will also feature the rematch of Crescent City, Florida’s Tony Aguilar (12-0-1, 4 KOs) vs. Orlando, Florida’s Corey “2Smoove” Marksman (9-0-1, 7 KOs) in an 8-round lightweight bout. Further undercard fights will be announced in the coming days.

The pay-per-view price for the boxing showdown between Jake Paul and Mike Perry has been revealed. The pair are expected to go head-to-head on the 20th of July in a bout DAZN will air live from the Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida.

Paul was originally scheduled to fight former heavyweight world champion, Mike Tyson. However, ‘Iron Mike’ was advised by doctors to take a break from training after suffering a mid-air stomach ulcer flare-up last month, leading to his fight with Paul being postponed until November.

Regarding the new fight, in a statement to ESPN, Paul said: “When Paul vs. Tyson was rescheduled, I knew immediately that I wanted to still fight on Saturday, July 20. Now, as I prepare for my fight against Iron Mike, there’s no better opponent for me than Mike Perry.

“He’s a proven knockout artist who has shown to be a maniac in and out of the ring. This is the perfect experience for me to gain in advance of facing Mike Tyson. But getting that experience comes with risk. Those who know me know I’m a risk taker and while ‘Platinum’ Perry might try to end me, I’m Titanium Jake Paul and I fear no man.”

The undercard for the July event will see Amanda Serrano return to the ring – months before her long-awaited rematch with Katie Taylor.

Serrano will square off with her Irish rival on November 15, after their originally planned sequel was called off following Tyson’s withdrawal. With several changes to the card next month, fans have been left stunned by the official pay-per-view price.

How Much Jake Paul Vs Mike Perry Will Cost on Pay-Per-View
The much-anticipated bout takes place on the 20th of July
Jake Paul vs Mike Perry

The fight will be broadcast on the streaming service DAZN, with the pricing strategy raising a few eyebrows. The cost of the upcoming pay-per-view and the undercard was released on the 19th of June.

July’s event will be available to watch on DAZN PPV for a whopping $64.99. That figure is jaw-dropping given the major changes to the card.

To put it into context, it’s $5 less than what American fans had to pay for the undisputed heavyweight showdown between Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk back in May.

While it’s never ideal to have to fork out an additional fee to watch a fight, Fury vs Usyk went down as one of the biggest fights in the 21st century. It’s hard to see how Paul vs Perry will live up to anywhere near that.

‘The Problem Child’ comes into the contest off the back of a sensational first-round knockout win against Ryan Bourland back in March, while Perry knocked out former UFC fighter Thiago Alves back in April.


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