Jake Paul will step into the ring once again this summer as he seeks to rebuild momentum following his high-profile defeat to Tommy Fury earlier this year.


Paul went the distance with Fury in the desert of Diriyah, Saudi Arabia but was ultimately outclassed over eight rounds and the split decision went against him.

The 26-year-old has six professional boxing victories, predominantly against former MMA stars, and will return to familiar territory in August with a bout against UFC icon Nate Diaz in Texas.

Diaz, who turned 38 in April, experienced a patchy professional record across MMA events with 21 victories to 13 defeats, though he always showed bravery and willingness for a mega showdown and earned his reward in 2016 as he inflicted a first UFC defeat on Conor McGregor at the peak of his powers.

Paul versus Diaz won't be for everyone, but for fans of the YouTube star, this is another chance for their man to redeem himself in front of a big global audience.

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RadioTimes.com rounds up everything you need to know about the timings for the Jake Paul v Nate Diaz fight.

When is Jake Paul v Nate Diaz?

Jake Paul v Nate Diaz will take place on Saturday 5th August 2023 but it will be the early hours of Sunday 6th August for UK-based fans.

It will be exclusively live for DAZN subscribers, who will also need a PPV pass on top of their subscription for a one-off £14.99 fee.

The event is USA-based, so it will be a late night spectacle for British fans.

What time is Jake Paul v Nate Diaz?

The Jake Paul v Nate Diaz card begins at 2am UK time in the early hours of Sunday morning. The headline fight will take place several hours later.

We'll bring you right up to speed as soon as details are confirmed.

Jake Paul v Nate Diaz ring walk time

As above, we are unable to confirm the ring walk times just yet, but you can expect a very late (or early) start time for the headline fight around 4am/5am in UK time.

The time depends on the undercard. The fight time is subject to change depending on how the previous fights develop, so keep an eye on the action on the day. Everything could shift at short notice on the night.

Jake Paul v Nate Diaz undercard

Below is the confirmed undercard information for the Jake Paul v Nate Diaz fight.

  • Jake Paul v Nate Diaz
  • Amanda Serrano v Heather Hardy - For Serrano's IBF, WBA, WBC, and WBO women's featherweight titles
  • Ashton Sylve v William Dos Santos Silva - Lightweight
  • Chris Avila v Jeremy Stephens - Super middleweight
  • Shadasia Green v Olivia Curry - Women's super middleweight
  • Alan Sanchez v Angel Beltran Villa - Welterweight

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