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Jake Paul won a fight over one of the greatest MMA fighters of all time.

The fight took place at Desert Diamond Arena and the winner was unanimous.

As a kid, Paul was a big fan of Silva.

Paul said that he was his hero as a child. He made me want to be good.

The 25-year-old Paul had a tough match up. Silva left the UFC in 2020 and went on to win a boxing title.

Three UFC fighters have been defeated by Paul: Silva, Tyron and Ben Askren.

The UFC luminary was called out by Paul, who was in attendance to support his teammate. There was an altercation backstage between Paul's team and the team of Diaz. The fighter became a free agent after his fight.

There is a full recap from the upcoming event.

Vasiliy Lomachenko defeats Jamaine Ortiz in hard-fought bout

On Saturday at the New York's Hulu Theater at the Madison Square Garden, a far-tougher-than-expected fight took place between Vasyl Lomachenko and Luis Ortiz, which the Ukrainian won by a unanimous-decision.

In the first half of the 135-pound bout, Ortiz was in control on the strength of his size and jab, but his opponent fought back in the second half to win a close fight. The scores were 115-113, 116- 112, and 11-1

You can read the full recap here.

Paul-Silva round-by-round analysis by Marc Raimondi

Paul dropped Silva with a right hand and sealed the deal. He had a good finish to the bout. Silva slowed down after a good start. Paul's score was 10-8 Paul was 78 and 75.

Rounds 7 and 7 clear Paul. He was able to land a good combo early. The men seem to be taking a break. Silva has something left in the tank. It looks like Paul is going to edge this one out late. It was Paul who scored a 10. The score was 68 to 67.

There is a very close fight in this round. A big Silva flurry at the end snapped Paul's head back as he was winning the round. It's not clear if that gave Silva the edge. It was Paul who scored a 10. The score was 58 to 58.

The round was pretty clear. At this point, he has gas in the tank. Paul may have taken the round off. Silva threw combinations and had Paul against the ropes. Many were blocked. Paul didn't land a lot. Silva scored 10 points. Silva scored 49 points.

The momentum seems to be shifting. In the fourth, Paul landed some hooks with his throws and he is getting more confident. Paul is blocking many of Silva's shots. It was Paul who scored a 10. 38

Paul landed harder than Silva in the third round. Paul had his hands in the air. The man is bleeding from his nose. Silva's combinations were blocked. It's really close. It was Paul who scored a 10. Silva runs from 29 to 28.

Silva pressured hard to start and landed some decent shots. Some were not allowed to move. Paul had a strong right hand. Silva was playing mind games with Paul. Silva scored 10 points. Silva 18.

There wasn't a lot going on in the first round. Silva hit the ground with a left late in the round. Paul whiffed on some of the others with his right hand. Silva was able to make him miss. It was Silva's left that was the best. Silva scored 10 points.

Lomachenko-Ortiz round-by-round analysis by Mike Coppinger

The judges scored the fight 115-113, 116- 112, and 117-111, with the other judges giving it a split decision. Over the course of the first half, Ortiz, who was a major underestimation, was very impressive, but he was unable to overcome the strength of the opponent.

There were a few tough rounds in the fight. The score was 10-9 in favor of the man. The score was 115-115-113.

In the 11th round, the fight was very close. He poured on the punishment in the round and his face is getting worse by the day. The score was 10-9 in favor of the man. The score was 105- 104.

The 10th round started with a fight between the two boxers, but in the middle of the round, it was Ortiz who ended the fight with a sharp right hand. There is another close round. The score was 10-9 in favor of the man. 95 is the final number.

In the loss to Teofimo Lopez Jr., he sat back and didn't throw much. The score was 10-9 in favor of the man. The score was 86-87.

There is a jab in the 8th round. The distance couldn't be closed consistently so far. The score was 10-9. The score was 77-75.

The pace of the fight was not the same as in the previous round. More and more openings are being found and made available to the public. The score was 10-9 in favor of the man. The score was 67-66.

The best round of the fight was the sixth one. He's closing Ortiz's left eye with a jab and now he's hitting him with power shots. Is there a second wind? The score was 58-56.

The pace of the fight was surprised in the fifth round. The man is not winning rounds yet. The score was 10-9. The score was 49-47.

After doubling and tripling up on the jab, he threw some powerful right hands behind the fight. There were a lot of power shots done by the man. The score was 10-9. The score was 39-37.

There isn't a lot coming behind the jab that Ortiz is using. There was a left-right combo that caught the attention of the judges. The score was 10-9 in favor of the man. There are 29-28 people in this picture.

It's no different than the first round of the second round. The jab is being worked to keep the other guy out of harms way. The score was 10-9. There are 20-18 people in this picture.

The educated jab was used by the man to keep the smaller man at bay. He ended the round with a sharp right hand to the body, and already, he has a big bruise under his right eye. The score was 10-9.

More results:

In New York: Ramirez takes his time, stops Romero in Round 9

Featherweight contender Robeisy Ramirez, left, stopped Jose Matias Romero in Round 9 in an excellent performance. Mikey Williams/Top Rank Inc via Getty Images

Robeisy Ramirez is close to a title shot after delivering a ninth-round knockout of Jose Romero.

The referee stopped the fight with 40 seconds left in the ninth round after the Cuban dropped the Argentine with a left hand.

The former champion withdrew from the fight with a hand injury. Ramirez made a statement with the finish of the man who went the distance with both Cruz and Rivera.

The highlight-reel knockout of Abraham Nova happened in June.

In Arizona: Sylve stops Rodriguez in just over a minute

Jake Paul is a promoter.

The teen prospect who Paul promotes under the Most Valuable promotions banner stopped veteran Braulio Rodriguez in the first round. Rodriguez came in wildly and then Sylve landed a gorgeous left hook counter that put Rodriguez down.

Sylve said he could do another round.

One of the top up-and-coming fighters in boxing is 18-year-old Sylve. All of his fights have ended in knockouts. Rodriguez, who is from the Dominican Republic, has fought twice in the past.

Sylve became the third fighter to sign with Most Valuable Promotions after Paul and Serrano.

In Arizona: Uriah Hall dominates Le'Veon Bell in boxing match

Former UFC fighter Uriah Hall, right, dominated former NFL running back Le'Veon Bell in a unanimous-decision victory. Christian Petersen/Getty Images

It's a moral victory for Le'Veon Bell.

Bell didn't get stopped and was never really hurt against someone with more combat sports experience than him, as evidenced by the unanimous decision victory by Hall. In the third, Bell hit Hall with a hard right hand.

Hall said in his post-fight interview that this is the toughest sport in the world. I'm proud of you. I was surprised by him. He's doing well.

After defeating Bell, Hall called out Jake Paul.

"I'm the guy that's going to expose him," he said. If Anderson doesn't do it, I'll be the one to do it.

Bell tried to evade and look for jabs to the face or body as Hall was in pursuit. Bell was making awkward movements and Hall had a hard time cutting off the ring. In the third round, Hall landed three straight right hands and had a good exchange with Bell.

Bell and Hall both made their pro boxing debuts, but Hall has 17 years of experience in MMA and a karate background Bell, a 30-year-old Ohio native, is a former All- Pro and Pro Bowler in the National Football League.

Hall is tied for the most knockouts in UFC history with eight. In August, he retired from the UFC.

In New York: Richard Torrez Jr. stops Ahmed Hefny in the third-round

Heavyweight prospect Richard Torrez Jr., right, stopped Ahmed Hefny in the third round. Mikey Williams/Top Rank Inc via Getty Images

Torrez scored three knockouts of Hefny in the third round to win the fight.

Hefny was knocked down in the opening round by a pair of left hands from Torrez.

Torrez was knocked out in the closing seconds of Round 2. The fight was stopped without a count after Hefny was dropped three times in the third round.

Torrez had never made it to Round 3. Hefny is a 38 year old from Egypt.

In Arizona, Alexandro Santiago defeated Antonio Nieves in the seventh round.

In New York: Duke Ragan defeats Luis Lebron in hard-fought bout

Duke Ragan, right, defeated Luis Lebron by decision in a fight that was closer than what the official cards indicated. Mikey Williams/Top Rank Inc via Getty Images

It was the toughest test of Ragan's pro career.

He was docked one point for repeatedly spitting out his mouth in order to get more recovery time.

Ragan fought for the first time in his career. The 30-year-old from Puerto Rico has lost five of his last seven fights.

In Arizona: Avila defeats 'Dr. Mike' by unanimous decision

Chris Avila left, scored the second victory of his boxing career by defeating Mike Varshavski by decision in a cruiserweight bout. Christian Petersen/Getty Images

It was a one-way traffic after Dr. Mike had some success. In the opening bout of the pay-per-view portion of the card, Avila used big overhand and left hook counters to overwhelm Varshavski in a four round bout. He was sitting from a seat.

Varshavski, who has tens of millions of subscribers across social media channels, was making his pro boxing debut and was the only one other than Jake Paul to take the plunge in boxing. The MMA fighter moved to 2-1 as a boxer.

Varshavski was saved by the bell in the closing seconds of the fight after he was hit with combinations.

Varshavski will give his fight purse to the club. The first fighter signed to Real Fight Inc., which is on its way to being officially licensed, was wearing "Real Fight Inc." on his shorts as a sign.

"Any UFC fighters out there, get out of your contract and come get yourself some real s---," he said after the fight.

In New York: Nico Ali Walsh wins again

Middleweight Nico Ali-Walsh, right, Muhammad Ali's grandson, improved to 7-0 with 5 KOs after defeating Billy Wagner by unanimous decision. Al Bello/Getty Images

Ali Walsh, the grandson of Muhammad Ali, continued his development with a unanimous-decision victory over BillyWagner.

Ali Walsh was able to go the distance for the second time in his career with the victory.

Ali Walsh took a lot of power punches in the fight.

Ali Walsh ended his campaign with four victories. The 29-year-old from Montana lost for the second time in a row.

In New York: Tiger Johnson shines in win over Esteban Garcia

Welterweight prospect Tiger Johnson, left, dominated Esteban Garcia in a unanimous-decision victory. Mikey Williams/Top Rank Inc via Getty Images

Johnson, an Olympian from Cleveland, impressed once again with his smooth boxing and precise counterpunching in his victory overGarcia.

The judges all scored the bout the same way.

Johnson was able to control the action from start to finish because of his educated jab. The boxer was ranked 25th on the list of the top boxers under 25 years old.

Two of his last three bouts have been losses.

In New York: Troy Isley outpoints Quincy LaVallais to stay unbeaten

Middleweight prospect Troy Isley, right, stayed unbeaten with a decision victory over Quincy Lavallais. Mikey Williams/Top Rank Inc via Getty Images

Isley, an Olympian from Washington D.C., remained perfect with a unanimous decision victory over LaVallais.

The bout was scored by one judge, who gave it a score of 81- 73.

Isley was forced to go the distance for the first time in his career. LaVallais lost a decision to another Top Rank prospect in March. Since the loss, LaVallais has won two straight fights.

The 24-year-old racked up points with his superior strength and shot placement, even though he stood in the pocket. With four knockouts, Isley improved to 1-8.

In Arizona: Shadasia Green stops Ogleidis Suarez in Round 5

Green started working the body ferociously in the fifth round after landing hard right hands. The official result was a win at 2 o'clock.

She has stopped her last eight opponents. Two of her last three fights have ended in defeat.