YouTube star Jake Paul And tommy angerHeavyweight boxing champion Tyson’s half-brother is finally getting ready to meet in the ring.

After two unsuccessful attempts to host a boxing match between the two, they will finally face off in Saudi Arabia this month.

26-year-old American Paul, 6-0 as a professional boxer, defeated, among others, former UFC champions Anderson Silva and Tyron Woodley, marking his first encounter with a professional boxer. Meanwhile, 23-year-old Fury 8-0 and Briton last fought on the bottom card of his brother’s WBC championship defense in London last April.

Here’s everything you need to know about the fight:

When is the Jake Paul-Tommy Fury match, when is the start time and expected ring walks?

Jake Paul faces Tommy Fury on Sunday, February 26.

Mainboard scheduled to begin at 7:00 PM GMT (11:00 PM PT, 1 PM CT, 2:00 PM ET), the main event and the Jake Paul and Tommy Fury ring marches are tentatively at 22:00 GMT (14:00 PT, 4 PM ET). :00 CT, 17:00 ET). .

The unusual date for Sunday may be linked to a busy weekend battle with Floyd Mayweather and Aaron Chalmers, who both didn’t want to tackle the Misfits Boxing event on Saturday, February 25th and KSI.

Where is Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury being played?

The fight has been confirmed for the Diriyah Arena in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Where Anthony Joshua fought Andy Ruiz Jr in 2019 is on the outskirts of the city.

How can I watch Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury in the UK and US?

Television information has already been agreed and announced, UK fight fans can watch the fight by purchasing PPV with BT Sport Box Office. No price has yet been confirmed for UK fans.

American fans can purchase PPV for $49.99 on ESPN+ PPV.

Why has Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury been canceled twice before?

The first date of the fight was scheduled for December 2021, but Fury was pulled due to an infection and broken rib, causing Paul to fight Tyron Woodley instead.

Both men tried to reschedule in the United States in August last year, but travel and visa issues dashed hopes of bilateral talks.

Paul is a much more active fighter and has already confirmed that. his transition to mixed martial arts with his debut in 2023.

What are the recordings of Jake Paul and Tommy Fury?

Paul is 6-0 professionally with four knockout wins. The American stopped fellow YouTuber AnEsonGib before knocking out former NBA star Nate Robinson in his first professional fight of 2020. Paul then knocked out former MMA champion and former UFC fighter Ben Askren in 2021 and went on to beat his compatriot’s teammate Tyron Woodley, a former UFC champion. In his rematch with Woodley later that year, Paul won by knockout. He last surpassed 26-year-old UFC legend Anderson Silva in October after knocking out the Brazilian.

Meanwhile, Fury is at 8-0 with four knockout wins and none of his opponents have a notable profile up to this point. The Briton last fought in April at London’s Wembley Stadium, defeating Daniel Bocianski on points from Tyson Fury’s heavyweight title defense against Dillian Whyte.

What are the possibilities?


win – 8/11; by KO/TKO – 12/5; by decision – 2/1.


win – 13/10; by KO/TKO – 13/5; by decision – 4/1.

To draw


via Betway.

How much is Jake Paul and Tommy Fury’s prize money?

Per sports zionPaul’s fight wallet will be $3.2 million, but he will also take home 65 percent of his pay-per-view money, bringing the total prize money, including sponsorships, to $8.6 million.

Meanwhile, Fury will reportedly receive a $2 million purse and 35 percent of PPV’s share, meaning he has to take home $4.5 million.

Who’s on the Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury bottom card?

While Paul and Fury are relatively inexperienced in boxing, the bottom card will feature a big fight between two veteran veterans and champions.

Ilunga MakabuWBC halfweight champion and Tony Bellew’s former rival to fight the former two-weight world champion Bad Jack.

Full card (subject to change)

Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury (cruiserweight)

Ilunga Makabu (C) vs Badou Jack (WBC welterweight title)

Ashton Sylve vs Maxwell Awuku (light)

Adam Saleh vs Stuart Kellogg (super light)

Ziyad Almaayouf defender. Ronnald Martinez unanimous decision (38-37, 38-37, 38-37)

Muhsin Cason def. Taryel Jafarov via first-round technical knockout (3:00)

Bader Samreen def. Viorel Simion via first-round technical knockout (1:26)

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