Jake Paul proposes a bet to Anderson Silva who agrees on the spot

Jake Paul is not one to shy away from a good stunt. All of his professional outings had side bets that made it extra interesting for the audience.

In fact, in one of those bets Tyron Woodley even ended up following through with a tattoo of Paul’s name and got his rematch as a result. Though, to be fair this was also because Tommy Fury had backed out.

This time, Paul had something different in mind. Paul proposed if Silva wins he will face him in a kickboxing match.

 But if Paul wins, he said: “If I win, me and you come together to create a united fighter’s association to help UFC fighters get better pay and better healthcare.

“You become the interim president and we unite to help these fighters once and for all.”

Silva emphatically replied: “Deal.”

Former UFC middleweight champion Silva has been successful in boxing in the past few years. He said in a recent interview with MMA Weekly that he was knocked out twice while sparring in preparation for this weekend’s boxing bout with Paul.

Naturally, this worries a lot of people, including the Arizona Department of Gaming. But despite initial reports Silva was cleared to partake.

Silva vs Paul happens October 29th and is on track to be the second highest grossing event at the venue.

Jake vs Silva beats the income of UFC on Fox 29: Poirier vs Gathje that had 11,382 attendance with a $1.08 million income. With the ticket still available for sale, Aaron Bronsteter estimated that the income will be around $1.08 million and $4.2 million.