Jake Paul is fighting again, and sooner than you can expect. And the next one? This could be his toughest match so far. He’s fought with former basketball players and, but now Jake Paul is finally ready to fight Fine boxer
Paul faces off against Tommy Fury, half-brother of the reigning heavyweight Reigns.,
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If you’ve followed Paul’s battles by now, you might recognize the name. Fury fought against MMA fighter Anthony Taylor on Paul’s last undercard, but is probably most famous in the UK for his appearance on the reality show Love Island.
Oh, and he’s also the brother of Tyson Fury, who is currently the best heavyweight boxer on the planet. No big deal.
When is Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury?
Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury is Scheduled for December 18 in Tampa Bay, Florida,
Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury will take place at Amalie Arena in round 8 and will be fought at a 192-pound catchweight. The weight that Jake Paul usually fights at is roughly the same.
His last two fights were former MMA fighters who usually fought at 170.
This time Paul is fighting someone who is pretty close to his height and natural weight. This is the first time he’s fighting someone in Fury who has a similar amount of boxing experience. Fury’s current record is 7-0, with four knockouts to his name. Jake Paul is currently 4-0.
how to see
Will be available through fight on PPV show time, More details to come.
terms of battle
Like Jake Paul’s last fight, which had a bizarre tattoo stipulation—his eventual rival Tyron Woodley had to get an “I love Jake Paul” tattoo after losing it—this new fight also has some weird stipulations.
This time Jake Paul is trying to make a bet that gives Tommy Fury an additional $500,000 if he wins, but if he loses he has to give his name to Tommy Fumbles. This most likely goes back to an earlier interview where Fury’s father and coach said that Tommy Fury would have to change his name if he lost to the Paul brother.
As of now, nothing is final or official.
So far there have been two press conferences. The first was a fairly low-key affair involving only Jake Paul, as Tommy Fury couldn’t make it. You can watch it below.
Second press conference? That was a completely different story. But the entertainment didn’t necessarily come from Jake Paul, it came from John Fury, the father and trainer of both Tommy and Tyson Fury.
you can see the whole thing HereBut be careful, it gets a bit awkward!