Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury: Date, How to watch, TV channel, live stream and undercard
| Last updated
Jake Paul and Tommy Fury have finally had their long-awaited bout announced. Here are all the details of the clash due to take place in Saudi Arabia.
Paul and Fury have been locked in negotiations for months, trying to reschedule a fight which has fallen through twice before.
Fury pulled out of their original December 2021 date through injury and illness while he had visa issues when trying to get over the US to promote their second fight, which was subsequently cancelled too.
Instead, the American fought former UFC Middleweight Champion Anderson Silva, beating him on points - his sixth win as a professional boxer.
Fury, who has won all eight of his career bouts, last fought Rolly Lambert on Floyd Mayweather vs Deji’s undercard.
But Fury and Paul are finally going head to head. Here are all the details of the fight.
When is Paul vs Fury?
Paul and Fury’s fight takes place on Sunday, February 26, with ring walks due to begin at around 10pm GMT.
The eagerly anticipated bout will be held in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia, where Anthony Joshua took on Andy Ruiz Jr.
What channel will be showing Paul vs Fury?
Paul vs Fury will be shown live on BT Sport Box Office, while it can also be streamed from the BT Sport Box Office app.
While the PPV price is yet to have been confirmed, it is likely to be around £19.95,
Paul vs Fury undercard
The full undercard for Paul vs Fury is yet to have been announced, though two clashed are already set to take place, including a world title fight:
Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury (10 rounds - cruiserweight)
Ilunga Makabu vs Badou Jack (12 rounds - cruiserweight, WBC title)
Ashton Sylve vs Maxwell Awuku (8 rounds - super-featherweight)
Featured Image Credit: Alamy
Topics: Boxing, Jake Paul, Tommy Fury, Saudi Arabia
- Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury: How to watch, TV channel, live stream details for the UK
- Jake Paul claims 'wet dream' contributed to first career loss to Tommy Fury
- Jake Paul tells Logan Paul that Tommy Fury fight should have ended as a draw, his brother brutally shuts him down
- 'Boxing champ' Tommy Fury slammed for parading around belt in daytime TV appearances