++[OFFICIAL@STREAM!] Jake Paul Fight Live Free Broadcast On 15 December 2023
Jake Paul faces Andre August in a professional boxing fight on Friday, December 15, 2023 (12/15/23) at Caribe Royale Orlando in Orlando, Florida. How to watch Jake Paul vs. Andre August: LIVE STREAM, PPV info, price, start time for Jake Paul boxing match
On Friday, December 15, Jake Paul vs Andre August at the Caribe Royale Orlando in Orlando, Florida, will be the latest fight in the fascinating boxing career of YouTuber-turned-boxer Paul, AKA the Problem Child. August is no YouTuber, retired MMA star or former NBA player, either, he's a boxer with a 10-1-1 record. It promises to be a fascinating fight.
Known for competing in unorthodox boxing fights, Jake Paul looks to make a statement when he faces boxer Andre August on December 15. The contest in the Caribe Royale in Florida airs on DAZN worldwide.
When will the fight actually start?
The prelims start at 6 p.m. ET. The main card is scheduled for around 7:30 p.m. ET.
HOW TO WATCH
What: Jake Paul vs. Andre August
When: Friday, December 15, 2023
Main card time: 7:30 p.m. ET.
Main event time: 10:30 p.m. ET (expected time)
Where: Caribe Royale Orlando
Smokin’ Joe will headline one more boxing card.
The family of Joe Frazier is set to honor the former heavyweight champion with a slate of bouts in Atlantic City, New Jersey — site of his parents’ first date, his son noted — to celebrate what would have been his 80th birthday.
Joe Frazier Jr. Promotions in association with Danny Swift Garcia Promotions will run the card featuring mostly young fighters on Jan. 13 at Boardwalk Hall, once the premier home of boxing on the East Coast. Frazier, the relentless, undersized heavyweight who ruled the division as champion, would have turned 80 on Jan. 12. Frazier died on Nov. 7, 2011, after a brief battle with liver cancer.
In the years after his death, Frazier’s bond with Philadelphia has only grown tighter. Frazier has a statue outside an entertainment complex near the city’s three sports stadiums on the site of the now-demolished Spectrum, an arena where he fought. Frazier spent much of his life in his adopted hometown fighting until the end to earn respect as one of the city’s sports greats.
Some people say he hasn’t gotten his just due,” Joe Frazier Jr. said. “My father was never about that. He was all about giving back to the kids. If it was up to him, he wouldn’t have a statue or a mural out anywhere. But it does make me feel good to see the recognition and his name kept alive.
Without a viable venue available in Philly, Frazier’s family decided to roll the dice on Atlantic City, as they hope for a boxing revival on the boardwalk.
My father didn’t box there. But he did a lot of gambling there,” Frazier said, laughing. “But come to find out, my mother and him had their first date there. It’s just the proximity of it, being so close to Jersey and Philly. It’s been the mecca of boxing before. Let’s just bring it back.
Undefeated fighters Dylan Price and Leanna Cruz are part of the fight night, as is Philadelphia heavyweight Joey Dawejko.
HBO and Showtime have each discontinued boxing programming, leaving promoters hopeful of finding a streaming service for a card billed as “Hooked on Greatness.”
The 35-year-old Garcia, a Philly native and former WBC light welterweight champion, said it was his mission to build a better path toward title fights for blossoming fighters.
Garcia sat out all of 2023 and hasn’t fought since a July 2022 win over José Benavidez Jr. at Barclays Center. He hoped to fight again next year.
Frazier is forever linked with Muhammad Ali, the heavyweights involved in perhaps the greatest trilogy of fights. A vicious left hook from Frazier put Muhammad Ali on the canvas in the 15th round in March 1971 when he became the first man to beat him in the Fight of the Century at Madison Square Garden. They went 41 rounds together.
Frazier was small for a heavyweight, weighing just 205 pounds when he won the title by stopping Jimmy Ellis in the fifth round of their 1970 fight at Madison Square Garden.
It will be the third fight of the year for The Problem Child, as he also fought Tommy Fury in February, a clash where the Brit ended up coming up on top via split decision after eight rounds of action.
What is the Paul vs August tale of the tape?
DOB: January 17, 1997
Height: 6' 1''
Record: 7-1 (4 KOs)
DOB: September 30, 1988
Height: 5' 10"
Record: 10-1-1 (5 KOs)
Jake Paul vs Andre August fight card
Jake Paul vs. Andre August; Cruiserweight
Shadasia Green vs. Franchon Crews Dezurn; For the vacant WBC super-middleweight women's title
Yoenis Tellez vs. Livan Navarro; Light middleweight
Elijah Flores vs. Javier Mayoral; Welterweight
Zachary Randolph vs. Michael Manna; Light heavyweight
Lorenzo Medina vs. Joshua Temple; Heavyweight
Alexander Gueche vs. Clayton Ward; Super flyweight
Xavier Bocanegra vs. TBA; Featherweight
The YouTube has build a record of 7-1 by largely taking on other social media stars and aged MMA legends, other than when he was outpointed by Tommy Fury earlier this year. Paul responded to that defeat by comfortably seeing off Nate Diaz in August, but has now decided to take a new approach to his career.
He will take a gamble by taking on little-known Andre August tonight as Paul takes what he believes will be the traditional route to a world title shot. Here is everything you need to know about Paul's ninth professional boxing fight.
Paul tasted first defeat in his boxing career against Tommy Fury in February. Paul returned in August, fought former UFC icon Nate Diaz, and defeated him. Later, Paul revealed he will return one more time in the ring this year.
Jack Paul has also expressed he has some major plans for next year. Problem Child is also training for his mixed martial arts debut in PFL promotion next year. According to some reports, Jake Paul will make his official mixed martial arts debut in quarter four of next year and his possible opponent could be UFC legend Nate Diaz.
Paul has seven professional victories under his belt, suffering one defeat at the hands of Tommy Fury in a high-profile crossover boxing showdown earlier this year. His most recent outing saw him topple MMA star Nate Diaz by unanimous decision. August may not be a huge name in the game, but Paul has big ambitions for this fight.
Jake Paul has said on multiple occasions that his goal is to become a world champion. Love him or hate him, he has been persistent in his boxing ventures.
He's carefully chosen opponents that have continued to put him in the limelight and he has shown improvement. For instance, his boxing skills stood in stark contrast to Diaz's. He threw straighter, more accurate punches, had improved head movement and really controlled the distance against a smaller opponent.
You can question August's skills, but there's a boxing foundation in place. His head movement, clinching and combinations are different than a lot of the foes that Paul has seen in the ring.