Watching the Jake Paul vs. ‘Platinum’ Mike Perry fight on July 20 is going to cost you a pretty penny

Watching the Jake Paul vs. 'Platinum' Mike Perry fight on July 20 is going to cost you a pretty penny

Instead of getting Jake Paul vs. Mike Tyson with your Netflix subscription this summer, ‘The Problem Child’ wants you to shell out an extra $64.99 to see him throw hands with BKFC’s ‘King of Violence.’

After his fight with Tyson was pushed back to November due to an ulcer flare-up suffered by the 57-year-old former champion, Paul booked a bout with ‘Platinum’ Mike Perry for July 20 in Tampa. With the event airing exclusively on DAZN pay-per-view, fans knew they were going to have to spend some of their hard-earned coin to watch it.

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Unfortunately, it also looks like it’ll cost you more than any other Paul fight before it.

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Previously, the YouTuber’s fights with Nate Diaz, Anderson Silva, and a slew of others ran you a cool $59.95. This time, it’ll be an extra $5 to get your fix.

At least it’s still cheaper than the Nate Diaz vs. Jorge Masivdal boxing match.

“I’m on a tear,” Paul said on The MMA Hour. “I’m not slowing down for anybody. If people want to delay fights, I’ve got to get my experience in the ring. I love fighting. I love going under the bright lights and I love putting on shows for the fans and I will become champion but to do that, I need experience. Mike Tyson is an absolute killer and I do want to face another absolute killer.”

Jake Paul ready to welcome Mike Perry to the world of boxing

Jake Paul is 9-1 in his professional boxing career with a majority of his victories coming against ex-MMA stars. In his last two outings, he did test his skills against a couple of “legit” boxers, though Andre August and Ryan Bourland were far from household names.

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Still, ‘The Problem Child’ padded his record with a couple of highlight-reel knockouts in the opening round, giving him more fuel to fire back at the haters.

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His only loss came via a split decision against Tommy Fury, the younger brother of former WBO heavyweight world champion Tyson Fury.

As for Mike Perry, the UFC standout-turned-BKFC brawler has become the biggest draw under the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship banner, going a perfect 5-0 in his first five appearances, including wins over Michael ‘Venom’ Page, Luke Rockhold, Eddie Alvarez, and Thiago Alves.

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The fight against Jake Paul will be his first professional boxing bout.