Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury CONFIRMED for the THIRD time

Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury CONFIRMED for the THIRD time with February 25 date a ‘done deal’… the fight has been postponed for TWO years as a result of Fury first being injured and then being denied entry to the US

  • Jake Paul and Tommy Fury are scheduled to meet in a fight on February 25
  • The pair have been engaged in a public war of words after two cancellations
  • Fury was forced to withdraw from the first scheduled fight due to a rib injury
  • The boxer was unable to travel to the United States for the rearranged bout 

Jake Paul is finally expected to face professional boxer Tommy Fury on February 25, with a fight between the pair having reportedly been agreed for the third time.

The much anticipated bout is considered a ‘done deal’, according to mixed martial arts journalist Ariel Helwani.

Paul and Fury have previously been scheduled to meet on two occasions only for the fight to collapse.

Jake Paul is expected to face Tommy Fury next month with their fight considered a ‘done deal’

Fury had been forced to withdraw from two previous scheduled fights against Paul

The original contest had been due to take place in December 2021, before Fury broke a rib during in sparring, while he was also suffering from a chest infection.

A new date was scheduled for August until Fury was forced to withdraw again.

If followed the boxer being denied entry into the United States by Homeland Security officers ahead of the press conference for the fight.

YouTuber-turned-boxer Paul had previously claimed Fury had agreed to a fight in February after attending his exhibition fight against Rolly Lambert in November.

Jake Paul is unbeaten in six fights since launching a professional boxing career

Paul had publicly vowed to travel to the UK to fight in either London or Manchester to ensure the bout could take place, declaring there could be ‘no more running’ amid an ongoing war of words.

Fury had claimed in November that his team had not had a response to thrash out of a contract for the contest, however, an agreement now appears to have been concluded.

The Sun have reported the rearranged fight could take place in Saudi Arabia. 

Paul has amassed a 6-0 record between the ropes since embarking on a professional boxing career.

However, his fights have come against popular figures with little or no professional boxing experience.

Paul publicly agreed to fight Fury in November, claiming a February bout had been agreed

Tommy Fury would also enter the fight with an unbeaten professional record, after winning his eight contests to date.

Fury, the younger brother of world heavyweight champion Tyson, last had a professional fight in April when he overcame Daniel Bocianski in six rounds.

His exhibition bout Lambert was organised at short-notice after his fight with Paul Bambe was axed last minute due to a dispute over the weight.

The exhibition saw the feud between Paul and the Fury family escalate, after the influencer had been heard screaming ‘you’re f***ing s**t’ and ‘you’ve got no d**k’ at Tommy during the contest.


Paul (left) clashed with John Fury, right, during Tommy’s exhibition bout in Dubai in November 

John Fury, Tyson and Tommy’s dad, climbed inside the ring, ripped off his shirt and implored Paul to join him in the squared circle, shouting: ‘Forget my son, I’m the king of the bare-knuckle man.’

Paul, meanwhile, responded with: ‘You’re a miserable old man. Come fight me right now then.’

Tommy Fury joined the altercation, stating: ‘There’s a certain b***h from ringside that I want in the ring now.

‘Tell him to get in here because he would never have the b***h to get in here and fight a man of this calibre on a few hours notice.’ 

Former UFC star Mike Perry had previously claimed Paul had backed out of fighting him, while the 25-year-old former YouTuber had invited Paddy Pimblett to spar with him for a prize of ‘£1million’ back in November.

Paul is expected to divide his time between boxing and MMA this year, after signing a multi-year deal to fight with the Professional Fighters League.




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