Tommy Fury vs. Paul Livestream: Here’s Where to Watch Online
Here we have the Paul vs Fury live stream, date, start time, and fight card. This Sunday Night, Jake Paul will face Tommy Fury at a Saudi boxing ring to finally fight out their previous two canceled disputes.
Watch Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury Livestream Here
As Jake Paul and Tommy Fury prepare to fight on Sunday, illicit links to live streams that allow fans to watch the boxing match for free have been spreading online.
The hugely-hyped contest will cost UK viewers £19.95 to watch a live stream of the contest on BT Sport Box Office, while fans in Ireland will need to pay €29.99 or €34.99, depending on when they purchase it.
People in the US will also have to pay a significant pay-per-view fee to watch through ESPN+ PPV, while those in Canada will be expected to pay CAD $49.99 to see the Paul vs Fury fight live.
Jake Paul is a professional boxer and a social media personality from the United States. At present, he fights in the Cruiserweight division. Paul holds an undefeated professional career record of 6 straight wins. 4 of these wins came from a knockout. Paul last fought Anderson Silva in 2022 and won via unanimous decision.
Tommy Fury is a British professional boxer and reality tv personality. Like his opponent, Fury holds an undefeated career record of 8 straight wins. He also won 4 of these fights from KO. The orthodox stance fighter last faced Daniel Bocianski in 2022 and won via a points decision.
Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury: Date, Time, and Location
- Date: Sunday, February 26, 2023
- Time: 02:00 p.m. ET
- Venue: Diriyah Arnea
- Location: Diriyah, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
The Paul vs Fury professional boxing event is scheduled for Sunday, February 26, 2023. The event will start around 02:00 p.m. ET with preliminary fights and the main fights will start in the afternoon.
The spectacular arena at Diriyah titled “Diriyah Arena” will host the upcoming event of Paul vs Fury. It previously hosted the “Andy Ruiz Jr vs Anthony Joshua II” event. The venue with over 15,000-seat capacity is located in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Where to Watch Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury Online?
In the United Kingdom, boxing fans will be able to watch the upcoming boxing event via BT Sports Box Office. The PPV price for the event is listed at only £19.95. While in the United States, PPV for the event will be available through ESPN+. Their PPV will cost $49.99.
Watch the Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury live stream on ESPN+
If you’re planning to watch the highly anticipated Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury Top Rank Boxing match live, ESPN+ is the go-to platform. To access the stream, you’ll have to sign up for ESPN+, which currently costs $10 per month or $100 year. Then, you can purchase the pay-per-view event for $50. This gives you full access to the Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury live stream and all the action as it happens in real-time.
The ESPN+ app is available on most devices, including smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, and gaming consoles. You can also watch the fight right in your PC’s web browser. The action begins at 2 p.m. ET (11 a.m. PT) on Sunday, February 26. ESPN+ is also a must-have streaming service for MMA fans, as it’s the primary broadcaster of UFC fights in the U.S. and the only outlet for watching UFC pay-per-view events each month.
Below is the complete fight card list for tonight’s KSW 79 events:
- Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury
- Ilunga Makabu vs Badou Jack
- Bader Al Samreen vs Viorel Siion
- Muhsin Cason vs Taryel Jafarov
- Adam Saleh vs Stuart Kellogg
- Ziyad Al Maayouf vs Ronnald Martinez
- Salman Hamadah vs Philip Samson
- Ragad Al Naimi vs Perpetual Okaijah
- Ziad Al Majrashi vs Philip Quansah
Paul is guaranteed as much as £2.7million for this fight, while Fury will net £.7million initially. On top of that, Paul will get 65% of the box-office revenue, while Fury will get 35%.
There is also sponsorship revenue on the table, while the winner will take home an extra £830,000.
Speaking to The Sun ahead of the fight, Fury said: “He can say what he wants because talking is his game. Fighting is mine. On Sunday night, it is not about who can talk the best. It is about who can fight the best. He’s absolutely rubbish.
“I’ve been in boxing all my life. He can’t fight. Jake Paul, he is what he is. He’s a white-collar boxer. He’s going in there with somebody who wants to take his head clean off with every shot and he’s going to be dealing with everything that comes with a boxer. He’s not dealt with that before and it’s a big jump.”
Speaking last month, Paul said: “I want to become a world champion. I’m going to become a world champion and these fights are all just stepping stones to get there. I’m slowly improving. I’ve sparred against world champions and done phenomenal against them, so who knows what can happen in two to three years from now when I go into my athletic prime? I’m starting to really, really get this sport and all aspects of it.
“It’s really actually scary what could possibly happen. I think not only will I become a world champion, I think I will be a dominant world champion and knock someone out for the belt.”
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