Uriah Hall To Face Le’Veon Bell In Pro Boxing Match At Paul-Silva Card On Oct.29

Uriah Hall, UFC 276 Ceremonial Weigh-Ins. Credit: Alex Behunin/CagesidePress

Glendale, AZ – Fresh off his retirement from MMA former UFC middleweight Uriah Hall make his pro boxing debut when he takes on former NFL pro bowl running back Le’Veon Bell. The two will box on the undercard of Jake Paul vs. Anderson Silva in Arizona on October 29th.

Most Valuable Promotions made the announcement on Twitter.

“NFL star running back Le’Veon Bell & elite UFC striker Uriah Hall will face off as part of the MVP SHOWTIME PPV event headlined by Jake Paul vs. Anderson Silva,” MVP wrote in its statement. “Bell and Hall will be making their pro boxing debuts in a 4 round cruiserweight bout contracted at 195lbs.”

Hall (17-11 MMA) retired following his loss to Andre Muniz at UFC 276 in July. The striker holds knockouts in MMA over big names including one of the headliners. Hall defeated Silva via TKO in Oct 2020.

Bell is coming off an exhibition victory over fellow former NFL pro bowler Adrian Peterson in September.