The contest has been heavily touted ever since Paul defeated Tyron Woodley, and now it looks set to be the biggest fight of Paul’s burgeoning boxing career.
Here’s everything you need to know about Paul vs Fury, including the date, what weight they will be fighting at, tickets and odds for the contest.
UPDATE 25th November: John Fury's x-rated comment to Jake Paul during Tommy Fury press conference.
Tyson Fury calls Jake Paul a w****r during feisty press conference.
UPDATE 23rd November: Tommy Fury's father John has made the claim that Jake Paul and his camp refused to sign on a voluntary drug testing clause within the fight contract.
UPDATE 18th November: In the latest developments in the build-up, Jake Paul has been offered a crazy sum of cash to spar with Claressa Shields in preparation for the Tommy Fury fight in December!
UPDATE 16th November: Paul has given his prediction for the fight!
UPDATE 8th November: Tyson Fury has posted more footage on Instagram as he continues to train Tommy Fury.
UPDATE 8th November: Footage has surfaced showing Tommy Fury starting his training in preparation for the big fight against Jake Paul. In the video, you can see that boxing legend Tyson Fury is guiding him.
In the clip, you can clearly hear that Tyson Fury is training him and the heavyweight champion then speaks after saying: "Just finished my first day as a trainer, really happy with myself... all the boys trained hard." He doesn't stop there. After Tommy says he will knock Paul out in two rounds, Fury ends the footage by saying: "Jake Paul, we are coming for you."
UPDATE 1st November: Will Tyson Fury be in his brother's corner for the fight?
UPDATE 30th October: The rules have been announced for Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury!
UPDATE 22nd October: We have compared the boxing careers of both Jake Paul and Tommy Fury.
UPDATE 22nd October: Jake Paul has brought in a former Tyson Fury opponent to spar with ahead of his showdown with Tommy Fury!
The fight has been officially confirmed for Saturday 18th December 2021 at the Amalie Arena in Tampa Bay, Florida.
Tension is starting to build and we are edging closer to the eight-round bout.
We do not have the complete card confirmed yet, but we do know some fighters who will feature on the night.
There will also be a co-main event with female featherweight world champion Amanda Serrano.
- Amanda Serrano vs Miriam Gutierrez - co-main event
- Deron Williams vs Frank Gore
- Liam Paro vs Yomar Alamo
- Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury
UK Start Time
The UK start time for the event has not yet been confirmed; however, the card will likely start at around 12.30am.
The Ring Walk time has not been confirmed just yet, but we can expect both Fury and Paul to start their walks to the ring at around 4am UK time.
Paul vs Fury has been confirmed to be broadcast on BT Sport Box Office, which is where you can stream the fight.
Coverage of the action will most likely start at 12am UK time and you will need to purchase the fight to be able to watch.
Paul's last fight against Woodley was priced at £16.95; we have yet to see official confirmation of the prices for this fight, but we expect it to be at a similar level.
Tickets for the major event will likely be confirmed nearer to the time of the fight, as and when the actual venue is revealed.
We will update this page as and when the venue and ticketing information is released for Paul vs Fury.
The official weight class for the fight has not been confirmed; however, we can estimate what it will be based on their previous contests.
Fury weighed in at 179 lbs for his last contest against Anthony Taylor on the undercard of Paul vs Woodley.
Paul weighed in at 190 lbs for his contest against Woodley, so it is likely that they would compete at a Cruiserweight level with both weighing in between 180-190 pounds.
As we edge closer to fight night, bookmakers have Fury as the favourite to beat Paul in their eight-round bout.
If you fancy Fury to win, you can get odds of 4/7 for the Brit.
However, Paul - who is currently 4-0 in his professional boxing career - is the slight underdog at 13/8 and could represent good value for money.
The unlikely scenario of a draw has been priced at 10/1.
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