Watch the Jake Paul Vs. Ben Askren Fight at a Discount, Wherever You Are

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This Saturday, April 17th at 9 pm ET, Youtuber Jake Paul is stepping into the ring for a third time, this time against MMA fighter Ben Askren. Jake Paul only has two fights under his belt, one against fellow YouTuber AnEsonGib and the other against former NBA player Nate Robinson, both of which he won. For Askren it will be his first professional boxing match. The Thriller Fight Club event will be available as a pay-per-view event on Fite.

It is sure to be an action-packed night with commentary from stars like Mario Lopez, Snoop Dogg, Pete Davidson, and Dixie & Charli D’Amelio. There will also be music performances by, among others, Justin Bieber, Doja Cat, and Diplo. The stream will be available in four languages: English, Spanish, French, and German.

Where can I Watch Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren?

As mentioned above, you can watch the event through the relatively new pay-per-view service Fite. The event is available to stream in most countries with the exception of some Latin American countries such as Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay. If you cannot order the fight in your country, you can gain access to the PPV event with a VPN. You can even use a VPN to get a big discount. With a VPN, you can reduce the price to $14.99 (down from $49.99).

How to Watch the Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren Fight at a Discount

If you are in the U.S. and you go to the Fite website you’ll see that the event will set you back $49.99. However, in most other countries, such as the U.K. and Germany, you can get the fight for only $23.99. Even better, in some countries the same event only costs $14.99. This means you can save some serious money by using a VPN. Check out the next chapter if you would like to see a step-by-step guide on how to use a VPN. You can then use a VPN to connect to a server in one of the following countries to get the fight at a large discount:

  • Russia
  • Turkey
  • Vietnam
  • UAE
  • Taiwan
  • South Korea
  • South Africa

Once you are connected to, for instance, a server in Turkey, you can get access to the event for only $14.99. We recommend using your PayPal account to pay since this isn’t linked to your location. This means that by using a VPN you can get the same fight for only a fraction of the price, making the event even more enjoyable!

Screenshot of the payment page on Fite of the Jake Paul Ben Askren Fight

How to Watch Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren Worldwide?

With a VPN you can change your IP address to make it seem like you are accessing the web from a different country. This means that no matter where you are, you can gain access to the Jake Paul vs Ben Askren fight (or watch it at a discount). Simply follow these steps and you’ll be good to go:

  1. Choose a good VPN service to use. We can recommend SurfShark, which is a good VPN for streaming that isn’t expensive. Check out our Surfshark free trial article, and get your money back after the fight, as long as you stay within the 30-day money-back guarantee period.
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  3. Download and install the VPN on your device.
  4. Open the VPN software and log in with your account details.
  5. Connect to a server in a country where the stream is available (like the U.S. or U.K.). To get the discount, connect to one of the servers mentioned above such as Russia, Turkey, or Vietnam.
  6. Keep the VPN running in the background.
  7. Go to the Fite website and buy the PPV. You might have to use the VPN during the match in order to stream it as well.

The Full Fight Card and Entertainment

The highlight of the evening is the Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren fight but you might also be interested in some of the other fights that will be on. Below you’ll find the full fight card:

Fighter Class
Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren Cruiserweights
Regis Prograis vs. Ivan Redkach Junior welterweights
Steve Cunningham vs. Frank Mir Heavyweights
Joe Fournier vs. Andres Felipe Robledo Londono Light heavyweights
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