By: Alok Nayak
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Jake Paul beat the former UFC middleweight champion, Anderson Silva in his last boxing fight via unanimous decision.
However, he is upset with the PPV buys and the business his fight with Anderson Silva did compared to his last few fights.
Jake Paul discussed the low PPV buys for his fight against Silva and blamed the schedule of the event for low PPV buys.
"It's weird. I mean Halloween, World Series, Sunday Football, this is the worst time of the year to fight. But I had to fight. All my fights from now on will be in Summer. There is no sports. There is a perfect gap in July and early August."- Jake Paul stated
Jake Paul also pointed out the fact that all his previous fights happened during COVID and made good business compated to his last fight.
Jake Paul's brother Logan Paul was also surprised with the low PPV buys as he expected this to be the most succesful boxing fight in Jake Paul's career.
Though Jake Paul did not reveal the official PPV buys number he did confirm that the event only managed to sell around 200-300K PPV buys.
Jake Paul is eyeing to fight Nate Diaz in his next boxing fight. And that can be a game changer for Paul's boxing career since Diaz is one of the biggest stars UFC has ever seen.
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