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Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury Fight Purse, Payout: How Much Will Each Fighter Make?

Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury is expected to be one of the best fights of the year and it might've just gotten better. Come check out the Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury purse.
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Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury Fight Purse, Payout: How Much Will Each Fighter Make?

Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury just took a major twist. The Paul vs. Fury fight is now going to be winner takes all and that makes this fight even more exciting.

The two will meet in the ring on Sunday, expecting to be one of the best events of the year. Paul is the current odds favorite, but does that mean he can do the job?

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Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury Purse

The Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury purse is reportedly $8.6 million. Paul will take $3.2 million from the fight and will take 65% of the pay-per-view-money. There are also endorsements that he will financially benefit from.

Fury will take home $2 million and 35% of the pay-per-view share for a total of $4.5 million.

However, with the news now that they will go all or nothing, both fighters have a chance to take home the entire purse. Paul seemed to be interested in doing so, but Fury didn't seem so confident.

Tommy's dad had to stand up for him and say that he will take that deal. Interestingly enough, Fury seemed to agree with his pops and went over to shake Jake's hand.

While this could be a huge twist, it's tough to say if it would even happen. Even if they decided to not do this behind the scenes, we already know that both of these guys will take to social media and say that they weren't paid.

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An Editor and Analyst for OddsChecker, Jon Conahan has been covering all major sports since 2019. He is a 2022 graduate of the Bellisario School of Journalism at Penn State University and previously played D1 baseball.

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