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Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury: Date, Start Time, and How to Watch

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Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury: Date, Start Time, and How to Watch

Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury is looking to be the best entertainment fight of the year. With all of the trash-talking coming from both sides, the two of them will finally be able to get to show what they do best.

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Below, we will provide you with all you need to know about Paul vs. Fury, including the date, start time, and where to watch.

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Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury Date

Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury will take place on Sunday, February 26, 2023. The event will be held in Saudi Arabia. The event was announced after over a year of issues between the two.

Paul and Fury were originally supposed to go at it, but reports have said that an issue with Fury’s visa was the issue. Due to the issue, Paul vs. Fury had to wait until now. With a highly anticipated fight, it should only make Sunday better.

Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury Start Time

The main card of the event will start at 2 p.m. ET. The main event card starts at 4:30 p.m. ET. It’s not 100% confirmed what time they will get in the ring. It’s believed that they will start sometime around 4:30 pm ET, as long as the other fights start on time.

The 10-round bout will be the headliner fight.

Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury How to Watch

The fight card, including Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury, will be broadcasted in the United States on ESPN+ PPV. The pay-per-view will have to be purchased and the cost is $50. On top of the $50, you will have to spend an additional $10/month on the ESPN+ subscription.


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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