Back in April, Jake Paul was standing in the middle of Madison Square Garden, watching as a sold-out crowd witnessed history. Amanda Serrano, with Paul in her corner, and Katie Taylor main evented ”The World’s Most Famous Arena.” Now, he will look to put his name on him in the history books.
Paul announced he will be returning to the ring on August 6. This time, his Showtime-produced fight will be headlining MSG. An opponent has not been announced yet. The co-main event, or the “second main event,” per Paul, will be the return of Serrano. An opponent for her has also not been announced. She will be defending the WBC, WBC, and IBO featherweight titles.
— Jake Paul (@jakepaul) June 10, 2022
My blood is 100% Puerto Rican and my borough is all of New York. August 6th, 2 Main Events.
I’m back at my natural weight, defending my belts.
— Amanda Serrano (@Serranosisters) June 10, 2022
Paul, 25, is a former Disney star and YouTube personality. He made his boxing debut in 2020, beating YouTuber AnEsonGib via TKO. “The Problem Child’s” next fight that year was against former NBA star Nate Robinson. I have knocked Robinson out in two rounds.
Paul fought three times in 2021. He beat Ben Askren in April and Tyron Woodley in August, two former MMA champions. Scheduled to fight Tommy Fury in December, Fury had to back out after suffering a broken rib. Woodley took his place from him, and the rematch was set. During the fight, Paul knocked him out in the sixth round.
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Serrano is a seven-division world champion, having held gold in the super-featherweight, junior-featherweight, featherweight, lightweight, bantamweight, light-welterweight, and junior-bantamweight divisions. A Brooklyn native, Serrano was on a 28-fight win streak after suffering the first loss of her career in 2012. Serrano has beaten the likes of Fatuma Zarika, Heather Hardy, Eva Voraberger, and Daniela Romina Bermudez. She beat Hardy for the WBO and WBC featherweight titles and Bermudez for the IBO title.
Against Taylor, Serrano almost beat the undisputed lightweight champion. She almost won the fight in the fifth, but Taylor persevered. Taylor would end up winning via split decision. A match has been discussed. Croke Park in Ireland has been the proposed destination.
Here is a complete guide for Jake Paul’s return to the ring, including the fight card, price, updated betting odds, and more! Sporting News will be providing updates as time goes on, and when an opponent for Paul and Serrano are announced.
When is Jake Paul’s next fight?
- Date: Saturday, August 6
- Time: TBD
Jake Paul and Amanda Serrano return to the ring on August 6. The Sporting News will be providing more information as time goes on.
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How to watch Jake Paul’s return to the ring
Fans can watch Jake Paul’s return via Showtime pay-per-view. You can stream on Showtime via Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, Roku, Xbox ONE, your laptop, and any mobile or tablet device.
Jake Paul PPV price: How much does the fight cost?
As of now, the fight will cost $74.99 on pay-per-view. The Sporting News will be providing more information as time goes on.
Where is the Jake Pauls fight taking place?
Paul and Serrano will fight their opponents inside Madison Square Garden. The Garden can hold up to 20,000+ people.
Betting odds for Jake Paul, Amanda Serrano
As of now, there are no odds available for Jake Paul’s next fight. Stay tuned, as The Sporting News will be providing information as time goes on.
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Jake Paul record, bio
- Nationality: American
- Born: January 17, 1997
- Height: 6-1
- reach: 76 inches
- Total fights: 5
- Record: 5-0 with 4 wins via knockout
Amanda Serrano record, bio
- Nationality: Puerto Rican
- Born: Oct. 9, 1988
- Height: 5-5 1/2
- reach: 65.5 inches
- Total fights: Four. Five
- Record: 42-2-1 with 30 wins via knockout
Jake Paul’s fight card
- Jake Paul vs. TBA
- Amanda Serrano (c) vs. TBA for the WBC, WBC, and IBO featherweight titles