Which channel is Jake Paul vs Ben Askren tonight? How to see it, buy the 2021 fight for a paid view
Whether you love it or hate it, you have to admit that Jake Paul knows how to promote himself.
YouTuber-turned-boxer last year’s Mike Tyson-Roy Jones Jr. payment approaches were the reason for more than a million purchases. Tyson was the cardholder, of course, but Mike Weber was the general manager of FITE TV He told Yahoo Sports’ Kevin Iole Paul’s elimination against former NBA player Nate Robinson should not be forgotten when discussing the success of the event.
“Tyson is like Muhammad Ali; everyone knows his name. If you don’t follow boxing, if you don’t know anything about boxing, you still know who Mike Tyson is,” Weber said. “Another reason for the Supreme Court [sales] the success of this is Jake Paul. … If you want to give people credit for making sales with the card, I think it’s fair to say that Tyson has brought in between 40% and 50% of buyers. But Jake Paul also brought in 40 percent and Snoop Dogg [as a commentator] it had a big impact. “
Now it’s Paul hoping to advance the momentum on Saturday night when he faced the retired mixed martial artist Ben Askren for his last victory. Paul has once again caused a great deal of controversy around the event and the salary could be on the big day. Will he be able to defeat someone with a legitimate fighting experience and prove that it is more than an act of novelty?
Here’s Paul Vs. Everything you need to know about watching Askren fight.
Which channel is Jake Paul vs Ben Askren on?
What time does Jake Paul vs Ben Askren start?
- Day: Saturday, April 17th
- Hour: 21:00 ET | 18:00 PST
Paul Vs. Askren’s fight is expected to take place around 9pm on Saturday. There are three other fights on the card, so the main event could be thrown back depending on how long the previous fights lasted.
Jake Paul Vs. Ben Askren card
- Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren; Cruiser weights
- Regis Prograis vs Ivan Redkach; Junior Welterweights
- Steve Cunningham vs. Frank Mir; Heavy weights
- Joe Fournier vs. Reykon; Lightweight
Jake Paul record and bio
Born: January 17, 1997
Scope: 76 inches
Total fights: 2
Disc: 2-0 (2 KOs)
Ben Askren’s album and bio
Born: July 18, 1984
Scope: 72 inches
Total fights: 22
Disc: 19-2-1 (6 KOs, 6 submissions, 7 decided as an MMA fighter)