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YouTube star Jake Paul is lacing up his boxing gloves once again, this time for a long-awaited fight against professional boxer Tommy Fury.
Now boasting a 6-0 record with four knockouts, the boxing world is starting to take Paul seriously. His most recent win against UFC legend Anderson Silva confirmed that Paul can be dangerous in the ring, and a win against Fury today would be another step toward legitimacy as a professional boxer. Plus, viewers of Paul vs. Fury will also get a WBC cruiserweight title fight between Ilunga Makabu and Badou Jack to sweeten the deal.
If you’re looking to watch Paul vs. Fury live today, read on. Below is a full guide on how to stream Paul vs. Fury and Makabu vs. Jack online, as well as details on the fight’s start time, odds, and undercard.
How to Watch Paul vs. Fury Online: PPV Streaming Guide
Paul vs. Fury will be available exclusively as an ESPN+ pay-per-view (PPV) event, so you’ll need to first get a subscription to ESPN+ (if you don’t already have one) and then purchase the PPV livestream and watch the fight.
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Once you’re signed up for ESPN+ (either à la carte or through the Disney Bundle), you’ll be able to purchase the Paul vs. Fury PPV livestream through your account and watch Paul vs. Fury live online. The PPV livestream costs $49.99 and gets you the full fight card, including the main event.
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When Is Paul vs. Fury? Date, Time, Location
The Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury fight is going down today, Sunday, Feb. 26 at the Diriyah Arena in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia.
Because the fight is happening in Saudi Arabia, it’ll be slightly early for U.S. viewers. Things are scheduled to get underway at 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT, and the main card should start around 4:30 p.m. ET / 1:30 p.m. PT.
Paul vs. Fury Odds, Undercard
Though Fury (8-0, 4 KOs) has more fights under his belt than Paul (6-0 with four KOs), oddsmakers are giving Paul a very slight edge over the Englishman. As of writing, DraftKings has Paul at -180 to win against Fury’s +140. But those odds are very nearly 50/50.
Jake “the Problem Child” Paul has continually surprised the boxing world by beating continuously more experienced opponents. His most recent win over Anderson Silva was a milestone in the YouTuber’s boxing career, proving that he can take down one of the UFC’s most dominant fighters. Before the Silva fight, Paul had begun his path to legitimacy by beating former UFC Welterweight Champion Tyron Woodley twice in a row.
Despite the odds, “TNT” Fury is confident that he will not only beat Paul but put a stop to the internet personality’s boxing career entirely. “I’m ready to deal with this man,” Fury told Sky Sports, “this is a public service announcement going out for everybody, this man won’t box again, this will be the last time you see Jake Paul in the ring against a true professional anyway.”
Fury, whose brother Tyson is considered one of the best active boxers in the world, began his pro career back in 2018. Since then, besides racking up eight wins, the younger Fury gained some fame as a contestant on the dating reality show Love Island in 2019.
Today’s event will also see Ilunga Makabu and Badou Jack fighting for the WBC cruiserweight title — a headline-worthy fight in its own right — before Paul vs. Fury.
Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury
Ilunga Makabu vs Badou Jack — WBC cruiserweight title
Bader Samreen vs Viorel Simion — Super lightweights
Muhsin Cason vs Taryel Jafarov — Cruiserweights
Ziyad Almaayouf vs Janos Penzes — Super lightweights
Adam Saleh vs Stuart Kellogg — Super lightweights