It took mere seconds for the script to be ripped up, as Tommy Fury proved that not everything with his fight with Jake Paul was pre decided.
Paul had previously faced claims that his fights were rigged, with fans pointing out some of the not so convincing knockout blows he's landed.
The MMA fighter's 'script' had all sorts of details about how the entire fight would go, from start to finish, including the entrance songs from both fighters.
According to the list of things that would happen, included the fact that the British boxer would come out to 'Sweet Caroline,' the favourite anthem of British boxing.
However that wasn't the case, with the former Love Islander walking out to a completely different song, and ending the script before the fight even begun.
The biggest night of his boxing life! 🔥— Boxing on BT Sport 🥊 (@BTSportBoxing) February 26, 2023
With Tyson by his side, Tommy Fury makes the walk to the ring to face Jake Paul 🥊#PaulFury | BT Sport Box Office ▶️ https://t.co/3OyKxNePSD pic.twitter.com/18IyNzvcLh
"That leaked script is already fake because he didn’t walk out to Sweet Caroline," said one fan, as Fury made his entrance alongside brother Tyson.
"Well At least Tommy Fury didn’t walk out to Sweet Caroline," added a second.
A third posted, "Guess fight ain’t rigged then, this guy was supposed to walk out to sweet Caroline."
A fourth noted, "Well there goes Mike Perry's script - Tommy Fury walks to Fortunate Son by Creedence Clearwater revival and not sweet Caroline."
"Well the walkout song isn’t sweet Caroline so I guess it’s not scripted," tweeted a fifth.
And another joked, "Tommy didn’t walk out to Sweet Caroline, so we must be on Revision 5 of the script."
Of course they could have switched out the walk out music pretty quickly after everything was leaked, but nothing else went the way of the script.
Whilst Fury did get a cut, and was knocked down, both things happened much later than Parry's original script had claimed they would.
What's more, was the British boxer actually came out on top, despite having a point deducted and being knocked down in the eighth round.
There is a rematch clause however, meaning the two men could actually meet inside a ring once again.