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The enormous live gate for Jake Paul vs. Nate Diaz was shown to be greater than that of five previous UFC events hosted at the same venue in Dallas.

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Last night’s highly anticipated boxing bout between Jake Paul and Nate Diaz was nothing short of a bloody war throughout all ten rounds. The fight was scored 97-92, 98-91, and 98-91 by the judges, respectively, giving “The Problem Child” a victory by unanimous decision.

In the run-up to the fight, Paul had expressed his exasperation with Diaz’s lack of effort in advertising their upcoming clash in a public forum. On the other hand, it would appear that Diaz’s unique strategy was successful, as the bout recorded a massive live gate.

The event reportedly did better than five of the total six UFC events that have been held at the American Airlines Center, as stated by Nakisa Bidarian, the co-founder of Most Valuable Promotions and Jake Paul’s business partner.

Immediately after the incident, Bidarian and ‘The Problem Child’ made an appearance in front of the media. This is what Bidarian said:

“Just to let you know, our gate was $3.1 million, making this the second-highest grossing combat sports event in the annals of the American Airlines Center. This covers six different UFC pay-per-view events; the only event that did better than us was the one that took place after the epidemic, which was the most recent pay-per-view event held in this location. I cannot express how incredibly proud I am of Jake and Nate for everything that they have accomplished here tonight. I would want to express my gratitude to the American Airlines Center for their partnership, as well as to DAZN and Celcius.

After suffering his first loss in his professional boxing career earlier this year to Tommy Fury, Jake Paul, also known as “The Problem Child,” got back on track with a victory over Nate Diaz. This marked Jake Paul’s return to winning ways.

Nate Diaz shares thoughts on a rematch with Jake Paul

Paul has made the offer to meet Diaz in a rematch in mixed martial arts (MMA), giving the Stockton native the opportunity to seek revenge for his previous loss.

Last night, Nate Diaz made his debut in the professional boxing ring against Jake Paul in a fight that had a lot of people excited. Diaz was defeated by “The Problem Child” via a unanimous decision, but he does not appear disheartened by the setback, and he has declared that he would be open to a rematch with “The Problem Child.”

Paul, who has recently inked a deal with the rapidly expanding mixed martial arts (MMA) promoter known as the Professional Fighters League (PFL), has made an offer to rematch Diaz in mixed martial arts competition. Diaz has claimed that he would prefer to have a rematch with Paul in boxing rather than in the cage, despite the fact that a cage bout would undoubtedly benefit the Stockton native more than Paul.

After the fight, Nate Diaz gave an interview to Marc Raimondi, during which he said the following:

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