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When is Jake Paul’s next fight? How to watch and stream Jake Paul vs. Ryan Bourland

On the back of an impressive rebound in the ring at the end of 2023, Jake Paul is set to step up for his latest professional bout, with The Problem Child having found his next opponent in the shape of former Golden Gloves champion Ryan Bourland.

The social-media star-turned-boxer will back up his consecutive wins over Nate Diaz and Andre August with a match-up against a veteran opponent as he looks to improve upon his 8-1 record to date.

So, when will Jake Paul's next fight occur, where will it all unfold, and how can you catch all the action? GOAL brings you everything you need to know about where and when you can watch it all below.

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When is Jake Paul vs. Ryan Bourland?

Jake Paul will fight Ryan Bourland on Saturday, March 2, in a professional boxing bout at the Coliseo Jose Agrelo in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

In his tenth professional fight, the Problem Child will look to maintain his latest winning streak, having gone unbeaten in two bouts in a row since his first career loss to Tommy Fury last February.

For Bourland, it will be the first match-up since he fought Santario Martin in 2022, in what was then his first fight since 2018, and will see him look to improve upon a 17-2 record to date.

Jake Paul vs. Nate Diaz fight details

  • Date: Saturday, March 2
  • Event Starts: 7:00 p.m. ET / 12:00 a.m. UK (Sunday)
  • Fight ring walks: TBA

The event is set to begin at 7 p.m. ET / 12 a.m. UK, timings for this particular fight have not been confirmed at the time of writing. 

Where can I watch Jake Paul's next fight?

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The card will stream live on DAZN in over 200 countries across the globe. You can sign up for a subscription here.

However, if you are in Argentina, Chile, or Colombia, you must download the DAZN app from the Apple App Store or Android Google Play store and sign up from there rather than via a web browser.

What is Jake Paul's boxing record?

No.ResultRecordOpponent TypeDate
9Win8-1Andre AugustKODecember 15, 2023
8Win7-1Nate DiazUDAugust 5, 2023
7Loss6-1Tommy FurySDFebruary 26, 2023
6Win6-0Anderson SilvaUDOctober 29, 2022
5Win5-0Tyron WoodleyKODecember 18, 2021
4Win4-0Tyron WoodleySDAugust 29, 2021
3Win3-0Ben AskrenTKOApril 17, 2021
2Win2-0Nate RobinsonKONovember 28, 2020
1Win1-0Ali Eson GibTKOJanuary 30, 2020

Bar a lone amateur bout victory over fellow social media star Deji Olatunji in 2018, all of Jake Paul's subsequent fights have come professionally, starting when he picked up a technical knockout victory over YouTuber Ali Eson Gib on his debut in January 2020.

Since then, he has scored a string of impressive victories, landing a knockout result against former NBA Slam Dunk Contest champion Nate Robinson in November 2020, before turning his attention to other combat sports opponents with a shock win over an ex-UFC star in Ben Askern the following April.

A pair of bouts with Tyron Woodley helped extend a perfect record for Paul before his unanimous decision victory over Anderson Silva just under a year ago in October 2020 took him to a 6-0 record and set the stage for his biggest bout to date with Tommy Fury in Saudi Arabia.

Defeat to the Briton marked the first major setback of his career, but back-to-back wins over Nate Diaz and Andre August have restored him to a glowing record.

How many rounds will Jake Paul's next fight be?

Jake Paul's next fight will last eight rounds, returning to his professional career's typical length of bouts. The Problem Child previously fought his first two matches over six rounds, while his fight with Diaz was over 10 rounds, but all other fights have been eight.

However, this is still a figure below most major championship bouts, with marquee boxing fights typically running to 12 rounds.

Who is on Jake Paul's next fight card?

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While The Problem Child will be among the main attractions in Puerto Rico, he will not be the only one looking for success when he takes to the ring.

Amanda Serrano will top the bill in front of a home crowd as she aims to defend her unified featherweight crown in a clash with Nina Meinke. At the same time, Euphoria actor Javon Walton is set to make his professional debut.

Jonathan Gonzalez and Rene Santiago will meanwhile meet in a junior flyweight contest, while Krystal Rosado and Gloria Munguilla will also put their records on the line in a junior bantamweight tussle.

Jake Paul vs. Ryan Bourland Fight Card

Weight ClassMain Card
FeatherweightAmanda Serrano vs. Nina Meinke
CruiserweightJake Paul vs. Ryan Bourland
FeatherweightJavon Walton vs. TBA
Junior FlyweightJonathan Gonzalez vs. Rene Santiago
Junior BantamweightKrystal Rosado vs. Gloria Munguilla


How can I watch Jake Paul's next fight?

You can watch Jake Paul's next fight with Ryan Bourland through DAZN, which will carry the bout as a pay-per-view subscription.

Can I watch Jake Paul's next fight on demand?

You can watch Jake Paul's next fight on demand through DAZN after you have purchased the pay-per-view for up to seven days after the fight.

Do I need a VPN to watch Jake Paul's next fight?

You do not need a VPN to watch Jake Paul's next fight; however, you may wish to purchase one regardless in order to access sports coverage. You cannot otherwise do so on linear television and streaming services.

For more information, consider GOAL's guide to what VPN services may best suit your needs