Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury Odds
After two canceled bouts in the past, Jake Paul and Tommy Fury make it official that they will be fighting at the end of February. For those following the Youtube boxing scene, it’s a fight that is right at the top of their wish list and their wish will be coming true on February 26th.
Jake Paul is now 6-0 as a professional boxer and Tommy Fury is also boasting an unbeaten record of 8 wins and 0 losses. Someone's 0 has got to go!
If you’re looking for the best odds for the fight we’ve got you covered as well as up-to-date news regarding the fight and bookmaker offers from the best betting sites to help you take advantage of this highly anticipated bout.
Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury Odds
Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury Betting
The bookmakers have this one fairly even but the majority are siding with Jake Paul as the very narrow favourite.
A couple of fights ago this probably would not have been the case but Paul has been more active in the boxing scene than Fury and has remained injury free.
The boxing world aside Paul has set his sights on MMA as he has agreed on a multi-fight deal with the PFL, but even with that in the works Paul is still eyeing up his grudge match against Fury.
This won't be the end of the two even after this bout and if Fury wins you'd fancy Paul to still carry on his boxing career and even have a potential rematch in the future.
There are no titles on the line for this one, both of these will be fueled by inflated egos and sheer hatred.
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Fury vs Paul Frequently Asked Questions
What is Jake Paul's boxing record?
Jake Paul is 6-0 in his boxing career with wins over MMA veterans, Anderson Silva, Tyron Woodley, and Ben Askren.
What is Tommy Fury's boxing record?
Tommy Fury is 8-0 as a professional with four knockouts and four decision wins.
Which bookmaker is offering odds?
William Hill, Betfair, and Paddy Power are offering odds at the moment with the majority of mainstream bookmakers expected to price up the fight closer to the date.
When is the fight?
The fight will be taking place on Sunday the 26th February.
Where will the fight be held?
The fight has been confirmed for Saudi Arabia. The arena is yet to be confirmed but rumours are suggesting the Diriyah Arena.
What time will the fight be on?
The main card is scheduled to begin at 7pm GMT with Jake Paul and Tommy Fury expected to walk to the ring at around the 10pm mark.
What channel will the fight be on?
BT Sport has announced they will be showing the event and it will be live on PPV with BT Sport Box Office. Though a price is yet to be confirmed, the going PPV for boxing is around the £25.99 mark.
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