Le’Veon Bell vs. Uriah Hall fight date, start time, card, PPV price, tickets for boxing 2022 | Biden News


One of the special fights that will take place in the world of combat sports is booked for October 29 on Jake Paul vs. Anderson Silva undercard. MMA fighter Uriah Hall will fight former NFL Pro Bowler Le’Veon Bell in a professional boxing match.

The fight will take place in the Desert Diamond Arena in Arizona.

A second-round pick in the 2013 NFL Draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Bell is a three-time Pro Bowler. After five years in Pittsburgh, Bell refused to sign the franchise tag and did not report to Steelers camp or any subsequent games. As a free agent, Bell played for the Jets, Chiefs, Ravens, and Buccaneers.

On September 10, Bell fought former NFL MVP Adrian Peterson in an exhibition match. Bell defeated Peterson by TKO in the fifth round.

“Once MVP approached me about joining the Paul-Silva pay-per-view, I told them, ‘I want to join,’ and I didn’t care who the opponent was,” Bell said in a statement issued. “Uriah Hall will feel the force of my punch and he will hit as if to surrender. He’s not built like me.”

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Hall made his debut in 2005. In the Ring of Combat Middleweight Championship, Hall competed in the 2013 season of The Ultimate Fighter. Making it to the finals, Hall lost to Kelvin Gastelum. After that fight, he went 10-8 in the UFC.

While with the UFC, Hall had wins over Thiago Santos, Gegard Mousasi, Anderson Silva, and Chris Weidman. Hall ended his run in the UFC on a two-fight losing streak, losing to Andre Muniz via unanimous decision in July. He retired from MMA in August.

“Le’Veon Bell, I hope you bring your best,” Hall said. “I know I will. Thanks to the Most Valuable Professionals for the opportunity.”

Here’s a complete guide to the Bell-Hall vs. Paul-Silva fight, including start time, fight card, price, updated odds, and more. Sports News will provide updates as more information is released.

When is Le’Veon Bell and Uriah Hall?

  • Date: Saturday 29 October
  • Start time: 9 pm ET | 2 am BST | 11am AEST
  • Main event: 11:30 pm ET | 4:30am BST | 1:30pm AEST (approx)

Bell vs. Hall will take place on October 29. The main card starts at 9 pm ET | 2 am BST | 11am AEST. Jake Paul and Anderson Silva should make their way to the ring around 11:30 pm ET | 4:30am BST | 1:30pm AEST, depending on the duration of the fight below.

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How to watch Le’Veon Bell vs. Uriah Hall

Ground The date Channel + Live Stream (main card)
America Sat. October 29 Show time
You have Sat. October 29 Show time
United Kingdom Sat. October 29 FITE.TV
Australia October 30 Bring Sports

Jake Paul vs. Anderson Silva will be on Showtime PPV in America.

Viewers can stream the show via Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, Roku, Xbox ONE, laptop, or any mobile or tablet device.

Outside of the US, the event will be available on FITE.tv in the UK and Kayo Sports in Australia.

Le’Veon Bell vs. Uriah Hall PPV price: How much is Paul vs. Silva?

Paul Price vs. Silva will be $59.99, which is the same price Paul fans paid for Paul’s last fight against Tyron Woodley.

Where is Le’Veon Bell and Uriah Hall?

Le’Veon Bell will fight Uriah Hall in the Desert Diamond Arena in Arizona. The stadium can hold 18,300 people.

How much are Le’Veon Bell and Uriah Hall tickets?

Tickets for Bell-Hall and Paul-Silva start at $60, via TicketSmarter.

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The tickets then come in $70, $80, $90, $100, $200, $300, $400, $500, $600, $700, $800, $900, $1,000, $2,000, $3,000, $4,000, $5,000, and $1.

Le’Veon Bell vs. Uriah Hall is betting the odds

Sports News will provide odds for Bell vs. Hall when they are available.

Le’Veon Bell bio

  • Ground: American
  • Born: February 18, 1992
  • Stop: 6-1

Uriya Hall bio

  • Ground: Jamaican
  • Born: July 31, 1984
  • Stop: 6-0
  • Enough: 79.5 inches
  • Record: 17-11 MMA
  • OR: 13

Le’Veon Bell vs. Uriah Hall fight card

  • Jake Paul vs. Anderson Silva; Weight (about 187 kg)
  • Uriah Hall vs. Le’Veon Bell
  • Ashton Sylve vs Braulio Rodriguez
  • Dr. Mike vs Chris Avila
  • Danny Barrios vs. Edgar Ortiz Jr.
  • Adrian Rodriguez vs Dominique Griffin
  • Antonio Nieves vs. Alexander Santiago


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