How to Watch Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury: Stream, Map, More

Published: 2023-02-16T22:31:12

updated: 2023-02-16T22:31:21

Jake Paul finally takes on his rival Tommy Fury in one of the most anticipated influencer boxing matches. Here’s everything you need to know to get ready for this exciting match.

YouTube star Jake Paul and reality TV personality Tommy Fury have been trying to plan a boxing match for a while.

The rivals were originally set to meet in December 2021 but a broken rib and bacterial infection caused Fury to pull out of the fight at the last minute.

After that, they settled on a fight in the summer of 2022 – but travel difficulties prevented Fury from entering the US to attend the game.

Article will be continued after viewing

Now it looks like these two are finally settling the score as another fight has been officially set for late February 2023.

When does Jake Paul play Tommy Fury?

Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury is scheduled to take place on Sunday February 26th with the main card starting at 2pm ET / 11am PT.

The two fighters will throw at the Diriyah Arena in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia.

Where to watch Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury?

Although Jake’s previous fights have been broadcast by Showtime, this time Paul’s own advertising company, Most Valuable Promotions, has secured worldwide distribution rights.

Fans can follow the fight over DAZN, Fite TV, ESPN+ and BT Sport Box Office.

Article will be continued after viewing

The PPV costs $49.99 on ESPN+ and probably £19.99 on BT Sport, which can be purchased through DAZN and Fite TV to cover specific regions.

Card Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury

The full fight card for Paul vs Fury has been officially released and it features a fight for the WBC Cruiserweight World Championship.

  • Main Event: Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury
  • Ilunga Makabu vs Badou Jack – WBC Cruiserweight Title
  • Ziyad Almaayouf vs Ronald Martinez
  • Mushin Cason vs. Taryel Jafarov
  • Bader Samreen vs. Viorel Simion

This will be one of the most anticipated and toughest fights for ‘The Problem Child’ outside of his final match with MMA legend Anderson Silva – and Fury himself has even claimed he will ‘100% retire’ when he loses their upcoming fight.

The stakes are high for both fighters and we can’t wait to see how their match will play out in the end.

Article will be continued after viewing

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *