Jake Paul, a social media personality-turned boxer is scheduled to fight Tommy Fury, the younger brother of heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury. The much-anticipated fight will take place in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia on February 26, 2023, and is expected to attract significant attention.
At their recent press conference, Jake Paul and Tommy Fury shook hands aggressively on a deal that has been dubbed "all or nothing." The intense encounter between the two fighters was highly charged, with both men showing that they are fully committed to the fight.
The agreement between Paul and Fury is a risky proposition that could have significant consequences for both fighters. Paul has suggested that if he loses, he will pay Fury double the amount of their wager, while if he wins, he will take everything Fury has put on the line.
This exchange between the two boxers highlights the intensity and competitiveness that will undoubtedly be present when they eventually meet in the boxing ring. It's clear that both fighters are willing to take significant risks to prove themselves, and the stakes couldn't be higher.
Catch the intense face-off below:
@MichaelBensonn Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury kicks off at the press conference as the pair shake hands on an “all or nothing” deal for their fight this weekend…
Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury kicks off at the press conference as the pair shake hands on an “all or nothing” deal for their fight this weekend…‼️ Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury kicks off at the press conference as the pair shake hands on an “all or nothing” deal for their fight this weekend… https://t.co/iDJjZv0LkK
After multiple cancelations, the highly anticipated fight between Tommy Fury and Jake Paul is finally scheduled to take place on Sunday night, bringing an end to the long-running saga. Tensions between the two fighters have been simmering for a while, and the previous cancelations have only added fuel to their already fierce rivalry.
The global boxing community is gearing up to witness the long-awaited Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury boxing showdown, scheduled to take place this weekend in Saudi Arabia. The match has been in the making for more than two years and was called off twice, once in December 2021 and then again in August 2022.
Nevertheless, both young fighters are now prepared to step into the ring for what is arguably the most significant fight of their professional boxing careers to date.
Sports Zion has reported that Paul will earn a fight purse of USD 3.2 million, along with 65% of the PPV revenue. With the addition of sponsorship deals, his estimated total earnings from the fight are expected to be around USD 8.6 million.
On the other hand, Fury's fight purse is said to be USD 2 million, and he will receive 35% of the PPV shares, resulting in a grand total of USD 4.5 million. These impressive figures demonstrate the significant financial stakes involved in the fight, highlighting the high level of interest and anticipation from fans worldwide.
Edited by Tejas Rathi