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Jake Paul vs Ryan Bourland live stream: how to watch boxing online – prices, fight time, full card. Jake Paul faces Ryan Bourland in a professional boxing fight on Saturday, March 2, 2024 (3/2/24) in Puerto Rico.


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Jake “The Problem Child” Paul is back in the ring tonight against journeyman professional Ryan Bourland. The eight-round bout is the co-main event on a card headlined by Amanda Serrano’s unified featherweight championship defense against challenger Nina Meinke. With Paul coming off an impressive first-round knockout of Andre August in December, this will be another important fight for the YouTube star-turned-boxer.


Former social media star-turned-professional boxer Jake Paul will look to improve his record in his latest bout, as he takes on former Golden Gloves champion Ryan Bourland in a highly anticipated cruiserweight contest at the Coliseo de Puerto Rico Jose Miguel Agrelot in San Juan, Puerto Rico.


Just over a year after his first career loss against Tommy Fury in Saudi Arabia, the Problem Child has rebuilt his reputation in the ring with a pair of victories against former MMA fighter Nate Diaz and Andre August since setting up his latest bout in the Caribbean.


Paul will be out to deliver a statement result, having picked up a first knockout victory in his last four matches to turn over the latter in Florida last December, and he will now carry hopes of delivering another impressive showcase of his power in his latest encounter.


When will the fight actually start?


The fight is scheduled for around 7 p.m. ET.


HOW TO WATCH


What: Jake Paul vs. Ryan Bourland


When: Saturday, March 2, 2024


Fight time: 7 p.m. ET.


Where: Puerto Rico


Stream: DAZN


Ryan Garcia wanted his fans to know his title fight against super lightweight champion Devin Haney belonged on boxing’s biggest stage.


This is a MGM Vegas fight, doing everything we can to bring this to Vegas and giving this fight what it deserves!!!” he wrote Feb. 23 on social media.


One problem: Oscar De La Hoya, his promoter, had already announced two days earlier that the event was headed to Brooklyn.


So perhaps the fighters themselves were just as confused as fight fans as to why two Californians would go across the country for their April 20 showdown.


Boxing’s biggest bouts have long been in Las Vegas, and both fighters had one last year. Garcia (24-1, 20 KOs) was stopped by Gervonta Davis in April, a month before Haney (31-0, 15 KOs) defended his titles against Vasiliy Lomachenko in his final fight at lightweight before moving up to the 140-pound limit.


But with Canelo Alvarez, boxing’s biggest draw, expected to fight there May 4, De La Hoya said there was a risk that fans wouldn’t pay up for tickets to two events so close together. Besides, he thinks there’s a need to bring Garcia, already with a huge social media following, to a new audience.


Haney seems to have less problem with it. He fought once as a pro in New York, in the smaller Theater at Madison Square Garden, and hoped to return to the city before a bigger crowd — even though Las Vegas is now home for the San Francisco product.


It does to De La Hoya, though he concedes they will make less money than in Las Vegas due to the higher costs associated with contractors working the event. But he says it will still attract the biggest live gate in New York history.


Barclays Center seems eager to have it after sitting out the fight game since hosting Deontay Wilder’s first-round knockout of Robert Helenius in October 2022. The arena had previously been active in staging boxing since opening in 2012 and an arena spokesperson said it intends to continue pursuing future events, adding that scheduling conflicts prevented Barclays from having any last year.


De La Hoya fought three times in New York and his Golden Boy Promotions has done events in Brooklyn, so he sees only upside. He added that Garcia does better numbers in New York than California on DAZN, which will stream the fight.


So why would Garcia fuss about the site? Perhaps, Haney says with a smile, it’s because his rival from their amateur days in California isn’t certain he wants it anywhere.


But Bourland, who has fought just once in the past six years, will hope his reputation can also assist in scoring an impressive upset against one of the biggest names to emerge in the YouTube-to-boxing pipeline over the past few years.


Jake Paul vs Ryan Bourland full fight card


Amanda Serrano vs Nina Meinke, 12 rounds, for Serrano’s unified World Featherweight titles

Jake Paul vs Ryan Bourland, 8 rounds, cruiserweights

Jonathan Gonzalez vs Rene Santiago, 12 rounds, for Gonzalez’s WBO World Light Flyweight title

Christopher Diaz-Velez vs Headley Scott, 10 rounds, super featherweights

Pedro Marquez Medina vs Brandon Valdes, 8 rounds, featherweights

Elijah Flores vs Alejandro Munera, 6 rounds, welterweights

Krystal Rosado-Ortiz vs Gloria Munguilla, 4 rounds, women’s super flyweights

Javon Walton vs Joshua Torres, 4 rounds, featherweights


Jake Paul and Ryan Bourland face off with a pair of impressive professional boxing records to their name, having fought a combined 28 times with 25 wins and three losses between them.


Paul has suffered only one career loss, against Tommy Fury. Still, his victories over Nate Diaz and Andre August have seen him further expand his record to 8-1 in the ring, setting him up for what he hopes to be an impressive performance this week.


Meanwhile, Bourland returns to the ring after a lengthy absence and few major fights. Despite boasting a lengthier career, his 17-2 record was mostly recorded the better part of a decade ago, with fears that he may prove too rusty for a challenge.


Even before he steps into the ring with Ryan Bourland, Jake Paul looks to be eyeing up his next opponents, with a whole plethora of likely foes in the mix to face off against the Problem Child.


A rematch with Tommy Fury might be at the top of Paul's list. Still, there could also be unexpected bouts with Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill and Indian fighter Neeraj Goyat after recent feuds.


Riding a three-fight win streak, Jake Paul turns his attention to Ryan Bourland on Saturday, in his first fight of 2024. In a bid to persuade skeptics that his boxing ambitions are genuine, "The Problem Child" has abandoned the celebrity circuit, and this weekend's fight stands to be the latest step in his reputation-laundering world tour.


His opponent, 35-year-old Californian Bourland, has dedicated much of his life to the ring, but this fight stands to be the biggest of his career. The same was true of Paul's last challenger, 35-year-old veteran Andre August, who fell victim to a brutal first-round knockout in their December bout.


Like August, Bourland is something of an unknown quantity. He turned pro in 2013, hung up his gloves five years later and returned in 2022 – many of the finer details are a mystery. That extended period of inactivity didn't stop him from beating Santario Martin on his comeback, which is just as well seeing as he hasn't fought since. Could he be a dark horse?


Paying your dues is one thing, but if Bourland doesn't give as good as he gets, Paul may find himself facing accusations of stat-padding. Promisingly, whereas August was simply grateful for the opportunity, Bourland has certainly been punchy in the buildup to the fight, and seemingly determined to acquit himself well.


The fight in Puerto Rico is Paul’s third fight against a legitimate boxer and second straight. He lost against Tommy Fury to start 2023, and ended it by knocking out Andre August. While he is a man known for the spotlight, Paul has taken a step back, as he will be the co-main event under Amanda Serrano vs. Nina Meinke for the unified featherweight titles. Still, his presence is hard to ignore, thanks to his own doing.


Bourland is a former Golden Gloves champion who turned pro in 2013. The Californian is on a three-fight win streak, his last outing being a TKO win in September 2022 against Santario Martin. Just like August, Bourland took time off from the ring, with his last fight in 2022 and 2018 before that.


Fight fans may scoff at the idea Bourland was chosen as Paul’s opponent given his lack of ring time over the last few years, and rightfully so. The 35-year-old has worked in oil fields and is returning to the ring to face Paul in what could be the biggest payday of his career in a fight that airs on DAZN. However, all he appears to care about is making an impact and defying the odds.


Paul (8-1) is the former child actor and YouTube star who remains committed to finding success as a professional boxer. His first couple of fights came against fellow social media influencers before he took a slight step forward in competition by challenging numerous fading MMA fighters who had varying degrees of boxing ability.


He knocked out former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley before taking decisions against retired UFC icons Anderson Silva and Nate Diaz. As his matchups against MMA opponents began to lose their novelty appeal, Paul vowed to turn his attention toward facing professional boxers.

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