Let's face it - Triller Fight Night is sooooo much more than just a boxing event. Yes, YouTube sensation Jake Paul is stepping up another level to take on former UFC fighter in the ring tonight. But with Justin Bieber and Snoop Dogg on the bill, too, this is pure showbiz!
Jake Paul has only fought two professional boxing matches before this matchup, albeit novelty one-offs. That said, he's performed well in each encounter - taking out Ali Eson Gib and Nate Robinson - so many are keen to watch the YouTuber now attempt to take on an MMA pro.
But Paul's reputation certainly isn't the only reason to tune in. Music fans are looking to the star-studded line-up, with Justin Bieber, The Black Keys, Doja Cat, Saweetie, Diplo and Major Lazer lighting up the bill. That's not all, though, Saturday's fight will also see the first appearance of hip hop super-group Mt Westmore, featuring Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, Too $hort and E-40.
And outside all of that, there's still going to be enough time for another three fights - you can find the full card further down this page.
Now that Triller has bought Fite TV, those looking to watch Jake Paul vs Ben Askren online generally only have one place to find. Fite TV will be showing the fight in a range of regions including the UK, Canada and Australia, though you'll be paying a converted cost from USD into your relevant currency to pick up a PPV pass. Keep reading to find out all you need to know.
Jake Paul vs Ben Askren live stream: fight time and how to watch in the US
Now that Triller has bought Fite.tv this is your ultimate destination for finding a Jake Paul vs Ben Askren live stream. You'll be able to watch the full event via the website or through the app. In addition, Fite events are available to watch on smart TVs, Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, games consoles and more.
Be sure to tune in from 9pm ET / 6pm PT for the pre-fight card, with the main event expected to begin around 11pm ET / 8pm PT. And have access to catch up replays if you can't make the fight as well.
It's priced at $49.99 for this one off PPV extravaganza - that's unfortunately quite a lot more than in other parts of the world.
You can also find the fight through a range of cable services including DirecTV, Verizon, Spectrum, and Dish if you want to watch on the big screen as well.
How to watch the Paul vs Askren fight from outside the country
If you're abroad and discover that you can't access the FITE stream due to geo-blocking, then the only alternative that we know is to use a VPN to dial in to a country that does have one. The software is perfect for this as it allows you to change your IP address and appear to be in a completely different location - and all through a safe, encrypted connection.
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Jake Paul vs Ben Askren live stream: UK time, price and how to watch the fight online
Fans in the UK will be able to catch a Jake Paul vs Ben Askren live stream using Fite TV. At roughly £17 (the website actually prices it at $23.99), things are looking a little cheaper in the UK than the US. You'll be able to stream through Fite either within your browser or through the iOS and Android apps. Head here to sign up.
If you can't make the 2am (Sunday, April 18) event start, let alone the 4am start for the main card, you'll be glad to hear there's unlimited reruns available with this PPV purchase as well.
Not in the UK? Then you'll need a VPN to watch this live stream as if you were back at home
How to watch a Jake Paul vs Ben Askren live stream in Canada
Canadian fans will also be tuning into FITE to watch Paul vs Askren this weekend. Access to the fight will cost CAD$49.99, with the same.
Fite offers both a browser service and iOS and Android apps, but you can also order through a range of cable services including Rogers and more.
Outside of Canada? Don't worry, all you need a reliable VPN and you can watch the Tyson vs Jones fight just like you would at home.
How to watch Paul vs Askren: live stream the fight in Australia today
The best place to find a Paul vs Askren live stream is on Main Event , which Foxtel cable subscribers will find available through their package. Main Event is charging AU$29.95 for the fight, and you'll need to tune in at 1pm AEST (Sunday April 18) for the main bout, and a little earlier at 11am AEST for the start of the event.
You'll also be able to watch Jake Paul vs Ben Askren via Fite TV as well. While Fite does still run its payments through USD, you'll be able to watch Jake Paul vs Ben Askren in Australia through your browser and on the Fite TV apps as well.
Not in Oz? Don't forget that with a good VPN you can tune in to the same coverage you'd watch at home.
Jake Paul vs Ben Askren full card
- Jake Paul vs Ben Askren; cruiserweights
- Regis Prograis vs Ivan Redkach; junior welterweights
- Steve Cunningham vs Frank Mir; heavyweights
- Joe Fournier vs Reykon; light heavyweights
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