Most Valuable Promotions and Real Fight Inc’s Paul vs Diaz PPV event delivered an entertaining night of boxing that had the sold-out crowd at the American Airlines Center on their feet. The evening saw Jake Paul (7-1, 5KO’s) defeating the mixed martial arts legend, Nate Diaz, via unanimous decision, further elevating Paul’s status in the world of boxing.
Jake Paul, adding another win to his professional boxing record, triumphed over Diaz in a 10-round bout marked by an early knockdown with a savage left hook. The fight showcased Paul’s growing skills, while Diaz demonstrated his seasoned fight instincts in his boxing debut, taking Paul the distance.
Amanda Serrano (45-2-1), a multiple world champion from MVP, successfully defended her undisputed featherweight world title against Heather Hardy (24-3, 4 KOs) in a spirited 10 round contest. The pair exchanged blows, with Serrano’s classic style overwhelming Hardy who managed to stay in the fight till the final bell.
RFI’s Chris Avila handed Jeremy “Lil Heathen” Stephens his first professional loss, dominating their match over six rounds. Meanwhile, MVP’s undefeated lightweight H2O Sylve wowed audiences with his knockout power, overpowering veteran William “Baby Face” Dos Santos Silva in the fourth round.
Adding to the list of victories for MVP was Shadasia “The Sweet Terminator” Green, who secured a solid win over Olivia Curry. This win puts Green next in line for a bout with Savannah Marshall for the undisputed super middleweight title. Welterweight Alan Sanchez also had a notable win against Angel Beltran Villa in an evenly contested bout.
The exciting undercard saw victories for Luciano Ramos, Jose Aguayo, and Kevin Newman II in their respective matchups.
MVP, co-founded by Jake Paul and Nakisa Bidarian, collaborated with Diaz’s Real Fight, Inc. to bring the thrilling Paul vs. Diaz event to global audiences. The event was distributed globally by DAZN PPV, with the US and Canada broadcasts additionally made available on ESPN+ PPV and all major cable and satellite pay-per-view providers.