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Anderson Silva has clarified recent comments in which he said he was knocked out twice in the final session of sparring for Saturday’s boxing match vs. Jake Paul.
In a prepared written statement issued by Showtime on Wednesday (via TMZ Sports), Silva said he “misspoke” and chalked it up to a language barrier as a non-native English speaker.
“After seeing the reports and concern for me, I’d like to clarify two important things,” Silva said. “One, I was NEVER knocked out in sparring. I misspoke in that interview as I sometimes do when interviewing in English and exaggerated the normal back-and-forth action that occurs in sparring.
One of the most anticipated events of the year is finally here. Social media star Jake Paul will make his lone appearance inside a boxing ring in 2022 on Saturday night in Glendale, Arizona and it will be his toughest test to date. Paul is set to take on MMA legend Anderson Silva in the main event of a Showtime PPV.
This is the third different opponent Paul has tried to secure a fight and date with this year. First was Tommy Fury, half brother of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury. That fight fell apart when Fury was unable to secure a visa and enter the United States.
Then he tried to book a fight with Hasim Rahman Jr., son of another former fighter in Hasim Rahman Sr. But that fight fell apart when Rahman Jr., a heavyweight, was unable to meet the weight requirements Paul placed on the fight.
predicted Lomachenko by knockout in the. The fight going under 10.5 actually gives you a better price than simply taking Lomachenko by KO, TKO or DQ (-135).
Ortiz is a good fighter, but he just doesn’t do anything nearly as well as Lomachenko and Lomachenko has been dominant since losing to Teofimo Lopez. Richard Commey and Masayoshi Nakatani are both iron-tough fighters and Lomachenko put both down — and stopped Nakatani.
Lomachenko should do whatever he wants in this one and do so while trying to make a statement and secure a shot at Devin Haney and the undisputed lightweight championship. Take the under, and if you feel like throwing a dart at some longer odds to spice things up, Lomachenko in Rounds 4 to 6 is +500 and Rounds 7 to 9 is +325
This is something of a play based on principle more than anything else. While I think Paul is going to win this fight, likely by knockout, the +800 line is implying odds at 11.11%.
Silva by knockout is sitting at +300. Those two lines should be flipped as Silva stopping Paul is far less likely than using his frustrating, unorthodox style to bank enough rounds to get his hand raised by decision. Sometimes you have to take the value play even if it goes against your expectation for a fight.
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Zepeda has the hype of a 26-0 record and big, flashy power. Diaz is also fighting one weight class higher than where he was his best and that means facing a six-inch reach disadvantage, as well. So, it’s easy to see why Zepeda is the slight favorite heading into the fight.
However, Zepeda didn’t look quite as dynamic against Rene Alvarado in his most recent outing and his power didn’t do much against a higher-level of opponent.
Diaz is notoriously durable and is very good at working his way to the inside, which will negate Zepeda’s reach advantage. Zepeda showed an inability to manage distance against Alvarado and that could be his downfall against someone as good at infighting as Diaz.