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Jake Paul Purse: How Much Was Jake Paul's Payout Against Tommy Fury?

Let's take a look at Jake Paul's purse from his loss against Tommy Fury. On Sunday, Jake Paul suffered his first-ever professional boxing loss. But, what was Jake Paul's payout? How much did he make? Find out here.
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Jake Paul Purse: How Much Was Jake Paul's Payout Against Tommy Fury?

On Sunday, Jake Paul suffered the first loss of his professional boxing career at the hands of Tommy Fury. In the end, Paul actually scored the only knockdown of the fight, but it wasn't enough to sway the judges.

Paul actually lost by split decision. One of the judges scored the bout 75-74, in favor of him, but two of the judges had it 76-73, Fury.

So, how much money did Jake Paul make in his loss to Tommy Fury?

Unfortunately, boxing contracts aren't always made public. The final numbers are often disputed and we end up not knowing the actual number. Fortunately for us, Jake Paul's purse is well known because he Instagrammed exactly how much he made.

How much was it? Let's just say it's not a bad payday for eight rounds of work.

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Jake Paul's Purse - How Much Did Jake Paul Make?

As I said before, it's no mystery how much Jake Paul made against Tommy Fury because the YouTube star told the world exactly how much money he walked away with in this Instagram story.

That's right. According to Jake Paul himself, Jake Paul's purse for his fight against Tommy Fury was a whopping $30 million!

Remember, this is a whole lot different than the number we heard prior to the fight. Before the fight, we heard the total purse was $8.6 million, with Paul taking $3.2 million and 65% of the pay-per-view money. It's unlikely that they sold enough PPVs to make it to $30 million.

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Now, for a professional boxer with a big name, that sounds about right. But for a boxer that hadn't ever stepped into the ring until about three years ago, it's insane to see just how far he's come in a short period of time.

Still no official word about how much Tommy Fury made in the fight. But, Jake Paul is the bigger draw on the card. So, despite the fact that Fury won, it's likely that Paul made more money in the end.


Brian is a sports journalist with close to ten years of experience in the business. A lifelong Philadelphia sports fan with a passion for all things sports gambling.


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