How to stream Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva in Canada Tonight

The Youtuber turned boxer, Jake Paul will be looking to improve his record to 6 wins and no losses when he faces the former UFC Middleweight champ, Anderson Silva this Saturday, October 29th at the Desert Diamond Arena in Glendale, Arizona. Silva is labelled as the toughest challenge of Paul’s boxing venture. Paul has so far competed against the washed MMA fighters and former NBA stars in the ring but cometh this Saturday, he will be facing a fighter with elite combat skills. It will be not an easy walk in the park by any stretch of the imagination for the Problem Child.

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Unlike his most opponents in the ring, Paul has shown immense respect to the UFC legend and is very rightly aware of the threat possessed by the Spider which he will bring into the ring. Silva has seen his peak and is now trying to make a name in the domain of boxing after ruling the MMA for almost a decade. It will be interesting to see how he fares against the Problem Child and whether he still has got the same knack for knocking out people with his unique style. Silva is 2-0, with a split-decision win over Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. and a KO win over fellow UFC icon Tito Ortiz.2-0.

The two have already made the weight and it’s time to deliver when it matters the most. There were speculations that Anderson might not compete in the event as the videos of him getting knocked out cold by his sparing partner surfaced on the internet. But now things are settled and as Michael Buffer says, ‘It’s Showtime’. Here is what you need to know about the Paul Vs Silva main event.

TV Schedule & Fight Card

The Showtime Pay-Per-View is scheduled for today, October 19th, at the Desert Diamond Arena in Glendale, California, with the main card starting at 9 pm ET. Here is a list of fights taking place before the main event:

Undercard:

  • Ashton Sylve (7-0) vs Braulio Rodriguez (20-4)
  • Alexandro Santiago (26-3-5) vs Antonio Nieves (20-3-2)
  • Le’Veon Bell (0-0) vs Uriah Hall (0-0)
  • Chris Avila (1-1) vs Dr. Mike Varshavski (0-0)

How to stream the boxing event in Canada?

Showtime is offering the official PPV stream to the event for $59.99 USD, but as always, it is restricted to users in the United States only.

Canadians can rely on Fite TV to catch the PPV for $45.99 USD (roughly $62 CAD) on their browser, iOS app, Android app and Roku. But, the alternative way is, you don’t need to have a pre-existing or new subscription and can just pay for the PPV and watch via PremiumTV PPV fight from anywhere only at $19.99 (CAD $28 roughly)

Further, a few Canadian carriers have the event on PPV too. Check the list below:

  • Rogers: Ignite TV – $59.99 CAD
  • Shaw: Shaw Direct – $59.99 CAD
  • SaskTel: SaskTel Max TV – $59.99 CAD
  • Eastlink: Tivo – $59.99 CAD
  • PremiumTV – $28 CAD

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