How To Watch/Stream Jake Paul-Tommy Fury Around World
Coming this Sunday in Saudi Arabia, unbeaten Youtube/social media star turned boxer Jake Paul returns with a PPV against the first legitimate boxer he will have fought in England’s equally socially popular Tommy Fury.
The main event schedule to take place in the Middle Eastern desert and the qualifier is because Fury has twice previously backed out of the bout, when it was to have been in the United States.
Here are particulars on how to see Paul-Fury on PPV
Co-promoted by Top Rank Boxing and Queensberry Promotions, Paul vs. Fury will stream live in the U.S. on ESPN+ PPV (2PM ET / 11AM PT) Sunday afternoon. Additionally, the bouts (including the undercard) will be available via cable and satellite pay-per-view providers at the suggested price of $49.99.
Meanwhile in the U.K., where Fury- the half brother of WBC heavyweight champ Tyson Fury, has name value, the PPV will be a BT Sport offering. It will be broadcast live on “BT Sport Box Office PPV” and will cost fans £19.95.
BT Sport’s coverage will get underway at 6:30 pm. London time.
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Throughout the rest of Europe, FITE.tv will distribute the Paul vs. Fury PPV (excluding UK and Ireland). FITE.tv will also offer Paul-Fury in Canada and in Asia.
Meanwhile, Fox Australia’s “Main Event” pay per view will distribute the Paul vs. Fury on Foxtel and Kayo Sports. And, in New Zealand “Sky Arena” and “Sky Sport” will distribute the Paul vs. Fury battle, which will air early Monday morning there.
Paul and Fury were originally slated to meet in Tampa, FL, in December 2021, but Fury withdrew from the bout just two weeks before it, because of what he claimed was medical issue. Paul went on to record a tremendous one-punch knockout of Tyron Woodley, who stepped in as a late replacement for a rematch of the pair’s August 2021 clash.
Then, for a second time Fury left Paul, his promotion and Showtime PPV in the lurch, by backing out of their re-scheduled bout in August of last year slated for famed Madison Square Garden. Fury reportedly could not get a visa to travel to the U.S. for the promotion or for the actual fight week.
Paul boasts a 6-0 record, 4 KOs, with his previous three fights being- two against the former UFC welterweight champ Woodley. And, his most recent bout last October against MMA/UFC legend Anderson Silva whom he decisioned.
Fury is 8-0 in his fifth year as a pro. He previously had a short amateur background in England, as well, winning a couple of regional titles in 2016-17.