Anderson Silva And Jake Paul Discuss Making An MMA Fighter Union

Former UFC champion Anderson Silva and YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul are actively discussing the establishment of a fighter union for MMA athletes.

The duo had agreed upon such a venture during their October clash last year, where Paul emerged victorious by decision.

Since then, the topic of a fighter union had taken a backseat, but Silva has now confirmed there are ongoing discussions during a segment of MMAFighting’s Trocaço Franca podcast.

“It’s moving, it’s all in motion. Jake is a very correct person, so it’s happening. To make sure it’s done the correct way and it’s enduring, it stays for future generations, it has to be well-planned and structured, and we’re working on it,” Silva

Silva emphasized the importance of a well-structured approach, and together, they are diligently working towards making it happen. 

While the specific objectives of the fighter union remain uncertain, its potential to aid MMA fighters cannot be overlooked.

Their efforts could include bringing about positive change, advocating for fair treatment, improved working conditions, and enhanced support for athletes in the MMA industry. 

Outside of that, Silva has expressed an interest in potentially facing the winner of Nate Diaz vs. Jake Paul. With that being said, all eyes will be on August 5th, 2023, when the pair will square off. 

Regardless of the result, Paul and Silva are making waves in MMA. And that can only be a good thing moving forward.

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