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Jake Paul moving to Showtime, Triller’s Ryan Kavanaugh wishes him well

Boxing is known as the theater of the unexpected, yes, but I didn’t see this one coming. ESPN is reporting that Jake Paul is now set to sign a deal with Showtime, the premium cable platform which had been regarded as something of an old guard stalwart. It’s a rather surprising move away from younger, hipper upstart Triller Fight Club. Paul headlined the second Triller boxing card on April 17, going knife through butter on Ben Askren.
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Ben Askren vs Jake Paul boxing bout confirmed by Triller co-founder Ryan Kavanaugh

Ben Askren, 36, and Jake Paul, 24, are set to battle it out in a professional boxing bout. The venue has yet to be announced. Askren and Paul will fight in an eight-round pro boxing match on April 17, 2021, Triller co-founder Ryan Kavanaugh told ESPN. The weight class for the fight has yet to be finalized but Kavanaugh confirmed that the fight will be contested with 10-ounce gloves in a 20-by-20 ring.
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From Triller to Tyson, Ryan Kavanaugh is Just Getting Started

— In 2015,Ryan Kavanaugh’s company Proxima Media acquired Triller, the fast-growing AI-powered social media platform that has quickly become TikTok’s biggest competitor, with over 250 million downloads worldwide. Already a pioneer across film and entertainment finance as a media mogul and record-breaking film producer, Kavanaugh has been pushing the boundaries of what’s possible for consumers’ experience on social media.
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