Singers like Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube and Bieber will be part of the entertainment that will be shown throughout the event
This Saturday the Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta opens its doors to receive a sports and musical show led by youtuber Jake Paul, martial artist Ben Askren, former world champion Regis Prograis and international singer Justin Bieber.
The billboard, assembled by Triller, will be broadcast on Latin American soil through the ESPN KNOCKOUT signal. Singers like Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube and Bieber will be part of the entertainment that will be shown throughout the eventAmong the fights, which include martial artist Frank Mir, former world champion Steve Cunningham, businessman Joe Fournier and Colombian singer Reykon.
For the main event and in search of his third professional victory, Jake Paul stopped the scales at 191.5 pounds, just a half above the martial artist Askren., who will make his professional boxing debut after his long stint in mixed martial arts. Paul, who is coming off brutally knocking out former basketball player Nate Robinson, is the favorite to claim victory.
In the co-star battle, former world champion Regis Prograis (25-1, 21 KO’s) will collide with contender Ivan Redkach (23-5-1, 18 KO’s) in a battle at 143 pounds. Prograis is a wide favorite to win over Redkach, who was suspended in his recent bout in January of last year for biting his rival, Danny Garcia.
In another boxer battle with martial artist, former champion Steve Cunningham stopped the scales at 206 pounds, 70 less than his rival, former UFC champion Frank Mir, who was initially going to face Antonio Tarver. The favorite is Cunningham at 7-1 to win his first fight in more than three years.
In addition, in another of the lawsuits, the reggaeton player Reykon will face the businessman Joe Fournier. Joe, who has an 8-0 professional boxing record with 8 knockouts and was ranked by the World Boxing Association at one point, weighed in at 187 pounds, while Reykon stopped his record at 178.5 pounds for his first professional matchup.