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Anderson Silva goes to the floor, bleeds like never before and loses to Jake Paul in boxing

Anderson Silva goes to the floor, bleeds like never before and loses to Jake Paul in boxing

The spider couldn’t resist the American, 22 years younger than him


In the long-awaited fight between Anderson Silva and Jake Paulthis Saturday, in Arizona, the American won by a unanimous decision of the judges (77-74, 78-73, 78-73).

Paul holds his unbeaten record in boxing with six wins in six fights, moreover, the critics are silent who said that he beat former UFC athletes who were not good at hitting, which was not the case with Spyder.

In the first round, Paul went in search of punches, while the Brazilian did not have much action. However, in the second round, Anderson Silva started to be Anderson Silva.

The spider began to mess with Paul’s psyche, let go of his guard, and played in the ring, even taking steps in imitation of Muhammad Ali.

From the third round onwards, the level of combat increased. Both Spider and Paul bled from the blows and both managed to deliver powerful punches.

In the final round, Paul fired a straight shot in the face of his opponent, taking Anderson to the ground and making the referee open the count, which ended up being crucial to the referee’s count.

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