Jake Paul will make his comeback to the ring to take on Nate Diaz, a former UFC contender, in the 10-round boxing main event on Saturday. The pay-per-view main event, Jake Paul vs. Nate Diaz, features their bout as the highlight. The event takes place at 8 p.m. ET on Saturday at the American Airlines Center in Dallas. Paul, a former Disney child actor who now runs his own YouTube channel, will be seeking payback for his first professional boxing defeat.

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In February, Paul was defeated by Tommy Fury, the younger sibling of heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, in a split decision. He now focuses on Diaz for a fight that Paul has been advocating ever since he decided to devote all of his time to boxing. After spending 15 years in the UFC, Diaz will make his professional boxing debut.

Paul vs. Diaz will only be shown live on pay-per-view. The Paul vs. Diaz PPV, in contrast to other PPV fights, will, however, be accessible on a number of various streaming platforms, including DAZN, PPV.com, and ESPN+.

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On reliable ticket resale companies like Vivid Seats, people can still purchase last-minute tickets for Paul vs. Diaz. As of this writing, Vivid Seats has tickets for Paul vs. Diaz starting at $59 per person.

Paul has recorded an incredible six professional victories over the past few years, including a decision victory over UFC veteran Anderson Silva and a knockout victory over former UFC champion Tyron Woodley. “The Problem Child’s” first defeat took place in February when Tommy Fury defeated the 26-year-old by a split decision.

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Diaz, on the other hand, is 38 years old and approaching the conclusion of his career, but he still exhibits the same cardio and desire that helped him win 22 professional MMA matches. In September, the native of Stockton submitted Tony Ferguson via guillotine choke in his final UFC contest. Paul is the betting favorite to defeat Diaz with a money line of -550 versus Diaz’s +350 because of his advantages in size and age.