Jake Paul vs. Nate Diaz Fight Results, Jake Paul Finally Wins

Curious about this thrilling battle? How did the Jake Paul vs. Nate Diaz fight turn out? Eventually, Jake Paul won.

Jake Paul and Nate Diaz face off during a weigh-in before their fight at American Airlines Center on Aug. 4, 2023 in Dallas, Texas (Photo by Sam Hodde/Getty Images)

Jake Paul won by a landslide over Nate Diaz in a ten-round boxing duel at the American Airlines Center in Texas today.

Jake Paul dominated the ten-round fight

Jake Paul did dominate the fight, all three judges giving Paul a 97-92, 98-91, 98-91 lead.

In the first round, Jake Paul looked very domineering. The YouTuber from the United States looks superior in boxing techniques and stamina.

Several punches of Paul went badly to Diaz in the first round until the UFC legend was already bleeding in the temple of the right eye. Diaz, who made his boxing debut, was also spotted in the first round.

In the second round, Diaz was more active in attacking. The 38-year-old fighter began to throw more punches. Even so, Paul still won in the second round. Punches to Paul's face and body came in several times.

Diaz is one of those unpredictable fighters. Seen in the third round despite being hit several times by Paul and looking like he was about to collapse, Diaz was still able to stand up. As a habit, Diaz also looked out of the ring several times as if unfocused.

Also, read: Jake Paul vs. Nate Diaz, The Highly Anticipated Fight.

The fourth round belonged to Diaz. Paul had to swallow Diaz's punches several times. Although not hard, Paul had enough difficulty putting up resistance.

Paul then successfully knocked Diaz out in the fifth round. A left hook from Paul went over, knocking Diaz over. But Diaz didn't give up easily. He stood up again and swallowed all the punches from Paul.

After a round six that went to a draw, Paul looked calmer. Diaz's numerical advantage and declining condition made Paul calmer during the fight.

Round eight was Diaz's best round in this fight. Diaz managed 26 punches in, compared to Paul's 17 in round eight.

Round ten was interesting. Diaz deliberately let Paul hit him and pretended to be injured. Until round ten ended, Paul maintained a points advantage over Diaz.

This result made Jake Paul win again after last being defeated by Tommy Fury. Paul's current record in boxing is seven wins (4 knockouts) and one loss.

Diaz became the fourth MMA fighter Paul has defeated in the ring. Paul previously won over Anderson Silva, Tyron Woodley, and Ben Askren.

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