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Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren fight date, time, PPV price, odds & location for 2021 boxing match

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Jake Paul is set to fight in another boxing match, although this time it’ll be a much more worthy opponent in Ben Askren.

Paul initially fought KSI’s little brother Deji Olatunji as an amatuer in the undercard for the first Logan Paul and KSI fight (which he won after Deji forfeited). He then turned professional, winning via TKO over YouTube personality AnEsonGib. His second professional fight was against former NBA player Nate Robinson, and Paul won with a vicious knockout.

Now he faces Askren, a retired MMA fighter and Olympic wrestler. While Askren has an impressive resume, he’s also never fought in a boxing match before. Askren and Paul have different thoughts about how that will factor into this fight.

RELATED: Jake Paul accused of sexual assault by TikTok star

“This is boxing versus MMA, and you’re going to see the difference,” Paul said during the fight press conference. “You’re going to see the difference of a wanna-be fighter, a guy who choked in the Olympics, a guy who choked in the UFC, and now a guy who is going to choke against Jake Paul. I’m going to end this guy’s career.”

Askren, on the other hand, says this will be an easy transition.

“When you think about it, boxing is so much easier than mixed martial arts. You just have to take your two hands and punch somebody in the face,” Askren said to MMA Fighting

Although he does admit it’s a different sport. But he’s still confident saying, “If I want to beat up an amateur boxer, it ain’t gonna take me more than three months of training to do so.”

Here is everything you need to know about Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren, including the start time, odds, full fight card and how to watch the event on pay-per-view.

When is the Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren fight?

  • Date: Saturday, Apr. 17
  • Time: 9 p.m. ET | 6 p.m. PST

The Jake Paul and Ben Askren fight is set to take place on Saturday, April 17 at around 9 p.m. ET. There are three undercard fights before the main event, so the time could get pushed back if those fights last longer than expected.

How to watch Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren

Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren will be available to stream live on Triller Fight Club.

Triller Fight Club is an entertainment platform from the social media company Triller. All you really need to know is that the fight will be available to stream online (in any browser) or through the FITE app, provided you are connected to the internet. The FITE app is available on your phone, tablet, web browser and TV. And if you miss the event live, a replay will be made available with your PPV purchase.

How much does Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren cost?

The Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren pay-per-view event costs $49.99 in the United States. The fight can be ordered at FITE.TV, and major cable/satellite TV providers. 

Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren fight announcers

The English commentary team will feature a number of different stars. Snoop Dogg will make his return after receiving plenty of praise for his work in Paul’s previous fight. Also included will be Mario Lopez, comedian Pete Davidson, Victoria’s Secret angel Taylor Hill and TikTok stars Charli and Dixie D’Amelio.

Also included will be Al Bernstein (sportscaster), Mike Coppinger (boxing reporter), Sean Wheelock (MMA commentator) and Roman Flores.

Where is the Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren fight?

The Jake Paul and Ben Askren fight will take place at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.  Paul has previously fought in Los Angeles and Miami.

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Who is Jake Paul?

Jake Paul is a 24-year-old YouTuber and social media influencer. He first gained attention on the now-defunct video app Vine where he would post six-second videos along with his brother, Logan. He also had a prominent role as Dirk Mann on the Disney Channel series Bizaardvark.

He gained fame mostly on YouTube, though, where he currently has 20.3 million subscribers. His videos have amassed over 6.8 billion views in total. On Instagram, Paul currently has 14.8 million followers. He since has transitioned from being a YouTube personality into a professional boxer. 

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Who is Ben Askren?

Askren is a retired MMA fighter who was the former Bellator and ONE Welterweight Champion before competing in the UFC. He also competed as a wrestler in the 2008 Olympics. After falling short of a medal in the Olympics, Askren turned to various MMA outlets. He finished at the UFC where he had a 19-2 record before retiring from the sport. He’ll be making his boxing debut in his fight against Paul.

Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren odds

  • Jake Paul: -190
  • Ben Askren: +148

Jake Paul is the betting favorite at -190 with Ben Askren sitting at +148, according to the FanDuel sportsbook. As the odds currently stand, you’d need to bet $190 on Paul to win a $100 profit. A $100 bet on on Askren would yield a $148 return.

Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren full card

  • Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren; Cruiserweights
  • Regis Prograis vs. Ivan Redkach; Junior Welterweights
  • Steve Cunningham vs. Frank Mir; Heavyweights
  • Joe Fournier vs. Reykon; Light Heavyweights

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