As with all star-filled events, there’s no free Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren live stream out there for the big bout tonight. This is a pay-per-view event so if you want to watch it tonight, you’ll need to hand over some hard-earned cash to see the fight unfold live along with all the entertainment attached to it.
Luckily, it couldn’t be easier to watch Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren online. The event is being broadcast to the nation through FITE.tv. Pricing is set at $50 for the bout between Paul and Askren. Alongside that is an undercard with an unusual mix of fights including British millionaire nightclub owner Joe Fournier up against Colombian musician Reykon, plus former WBA super-lightweight champion Regis Prograis pitted against ex-UFC heavyweight star Frank Mir.
Besides the fights, there will also be entertainment from Justin Bieber, The Black Keys, Diplo, and more big-name acts including the first-ever performance of the rap supergroup, Mt. Westmore. The group features Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, Too $hort, and E-40.
The night begins at 9 PM ET/6 PM PT with the card likely to be a hell of an event to watch. YouTube star-turned-pro-boxer Jake Paul is up against former MMA fighter, Ben Askren, who could give him more of a run for his money than previous bouts. So far, Jake Paul has a two KO record but Askren has more experience with a total of 22 fights including six KOs, six submissions, and seven decisions in his favor. Paul, however, has the advantage of a slightly longer reach and being 13 years younger.
Jake Paul has already come out fighting when it comes to smack talk with a recent interview leading to the former YouTuber announcing he’s “going to end this guy’s career” citing that “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.”
The Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren pay-per-view is just $50 which is a great price for a full night of combat, music, and more. You can stream it live on your PC, smart TV, mobile device, or gaming console with FITE.tv.
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