Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury PPV Information

The industry giant and market disruptor that is Jake Paul will return to the ring in a few short weeks as his promotional company, Most Valuable Promotions, often referred to in an abbreviation as MVP will host an event between Jake Paul and Tommy Fury, in a scheduled eight-round pay-per-view main event on Sunday, February 26 from Diriyah Arena in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia. 

The event will be carried by ESPN+ Pay-Per-View in the U.S. $49.99 price tag with the event kicking off at 2 p.m. ET/ 11 a.m. PT with the show taking place in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. as well as BT Sport Box Office in the U.K with DAZN and Fite TV entering the mix as  digital distributors for the pay-per-view event in Canada and Brazil. This marks the first time Paul will be on DAZN in some shape, form or fashion since his pro debut in which he knocked out AnEsonGib.

“We are huge fans of Jake at DAZN and are thrilled to be working with MVP once again to broadcast his mega fight versus Tommy Fury on PPV in Canada and Brazil”, said Joseph Markowski, CEO North America, DAZN Group. “This grudge match has been bubbling away for months and is simply unmissable.”

The fight in the United States will cost $49.99 and begin at 2 p.m. ET/ 11 a.m. PT.

“I’m used to his behavior at this point. You know he’s unprofessional. He’s a flake. He’s not a serious businessman. He’s not a serious fighter and I’m gonna prove that,” said Paul last week at the press conference in which Fury no showed. “That’s why this fight’s called ‘The Truth’ because the truth’s gonna come out. I mean, he’s gonna have to pay for all the times he pulled out, all the business people he screwed over. It’s disrespectful. They’re some of the biggest names in boxing, some of the biggest promoters in the world, some of the most influential people in the world, one of the greatest countries in the world, and he doesn’t want to show up because ‘a private matter?”

The bout has been postponed two times prior, and now Paul seems to be looking to end the rivalry which has been tense on social media come fight night.

The undercard will feature a WBC cruiserweight title fight between the current WBC champion Ilunga 'Junior' Makabu and former two-division world champion titlist Badou Jack, as Jack looks to land his third world title. 


Jake Paul will face Tommy Fury in Saudi Arabia on February 26th. The bout marks an ongoing social media feud, the two have had that has included two failed attempts at making this bout. 

The bout which will be on ESPN+ pay-per-view in the United States, BT Sport in the U.K., and on DAZN in Canada and Brazil, will see Paul looking to settle the score once and for all. 

Last week when Fury no showed a press conference in Saudi Arabia, Paul simply said I am used to this type of behavior from [Fury], he is unprofessional. 

In two weeks, the two will settle the score once and for all. 

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