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Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury? Date, Location, How To Watch and PPV Price

Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury has been confirmed as both will be hoping the third time is indeed the charm after they agreed on a deal that will see them step into the ring with one another at the 3rd time of asking. 

The pair’s rivalry has lingered since Tommy, the half-brother of heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, pulled out of the last two bouts over sickness and visa issues. 

Since then, shots have been continually fired across the bow and sparks have flown whenever the duo have come face to face.

That was no different on Saturday as both men came head to head for the first time since Paul sparked a melee by mocking Fury on co-commentary while he fought Paul Bamba at the tail end of last year. 

Paul and Fury had to be separated by security after the YouTuber travelled to London this weekend to face off with his rival at the Artur Beterbiev vs. Anthony Yarde fight in the OVO Arena Wembley. 

The encounter represented the first time the pair had met since signing fresh terms, and a constant flow of trash talk followed. 

After signing the contract, 8-0 Fury said: “Jake Paul’s boxing career ends on February 26. Every time I go out, everybody asks me about the Jake Paul fight. After this is done, everybody will be asking how it felt to knock Jake Paul out. The world is about to see what happens when a proper boxer faces a YouTuber.”

Meanwhile, Paul had this to say ahead of the meeting: “Tommy has no excuses now…baby’s born. Money’s massive. Immigration is no issue.

Tyson promises he & papa will make Tommy retire from boxing & change his last name if he can’t beat the YouTuber. Tomorrow I’m coming to London to look at all 3 Furys in the eye & shake on that promise.”

"I'll teach Jake Paul a lesson!" 😤 | Tommy Fury eager for Saudi Arabia showdown

Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury: When And Where Is The Fight Taking Place?

The last two cancelled fights were due to be stateside, but with Fury’s visa issues failing to subside Paul said he was willing to be flexible with the location. 

Fury’s hometown Manchester was originally floated as an option. Still, a fight on home turf would have signalled a significant pay cut for the former Love Island runner-up – who is reportedly set to trouser $2.5m. Instead, both camps settled on a match-up in Saudi Arabia on Sunday, February 26. 

How Has The Boxing World Reacted?

Plenty of people have already had their say on the matchup. Unsurprisingly, one of those has been KSI, who has had his own long-running feud with Paul. 

He said: “I’m going to be watching, keeping a close eye to see if Jake (Paul) has improved or see what he does and if he wins. And if Tommy wins then I’ll be fighting Tommy, simple as that.”

Tyson Fury said: “Whoever loses is pretty much f***** I’d say. They’ve had a lot to say. It’s like me, when you speak a lot of s*** you’ve got to back it up, and that’s it.”

How Can You Watch The Fight?

The clash will be available live from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on ESPN+ PPV in the US and BT Sport Box Office in the UK. The price has been set at $49.99, despite the pair having just 14 pro fights between them. 

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