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 Tito Ortiz recently took to his Instagram account and posted a picture with Nate Diaz at they both attended Jake Paul’s fight against Anderson Silva. However, it seems Tito thought Nate was Nick Diaz.



Jake Paul beats Anderson Silva

Jake Paul faced the former UFC middleweight champion and combat sports icon, Anderson Silva, on October 29 at Desert Diamond Arena in Glendale, Ariz. Paul dropped Silva in the final round to ensure victory over the UFC legend.

Paul was ahead on all three scorecards going into the eighth session before leveling his opponent with a right hand as Silva went down on the canvas. The Brazilian recovered to see out the remainder of the bout before slipping to his second boxing defeat.

But there was little output from Silva in the opening round as Paul opted to attack the elder man’s body, but it was the Brazilian who landed the best punch of the round with a hard left hook. Silva was dancing around the ring and taunting Paul by urging him to come forward, with the YouTuber struggling to land punches on his back foot.

Paul started to increase his offense in the fourth round, finding success off his jab thanks to the low guard of Silva. The Brazilian’s awkward head movement was causing problems for Paul and he landed a good flurry come the midway point of the fight. Paul was getting caught by Silva’s uppercut as they broke from the clinch and it was neck and neck heading into the sixth round.

Both men upped their output in the final round and Paul scored the only knockdown of the fight by dropping Silva with a big right hand. The Brazilian recovered well and returned to his feet to walk Paul down, but he was eating jabs in the process. Silva refused to wilt and heard the final bell, but it wasn’t enough as the judges scored the contest 77-74, 78-73, 78-73 in Paul’s favour.

Following the bout her Jake Paul opened up on the fight:

“Man it’s a surreal moment but hard work pays off,” Paul said. “I want to say thank you to Anderson, he inspired me to be great. Without him, we wouldn’t have a fight this year. I have nothing but respect for him. I started boxing two and a half years ago and I’ve just beaten one of the best strikers ever.”

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
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