How To Watch Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury Fight, RingWalks, PPV Price, TV Channels and Undercards

As unfortunate as it seems, Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury is one of the most anticipated fight of the year and it will be taking place on Saturday, 18th December 2021 in Florida. Tommy Fury with short but unbeaten record in pro boxing so far going into the fight as favorite while Jake Paul is in it for the money we all know. Having said that, lets take a look at how you can watch the fight live from anywhere in the world.

When and Where is Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury Taking Place ?

The fight is scheduled as PPV and it will take place in Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida, USA on Saturday, 18th December 2021. Paul vs Fury will headline the PPV while highly rated Amanda Serrano will be part of co-featured fight on the night.

The fight has the limit of catchweight of 192lb and Florida boxing commission has sanctioned the fight and it will be an 8 rounder.

How To watch Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury Live On TV & Online Worldwide ?

Paul vs Fury is the PPV event in the USA where Showtime Boxing will have live coverage via their PPV broadcasting. The fight will cost around $49.95 and US viewers can buy the PPV via showtime or through their local cable operaters. Once PPV is bought you can also watch the fight live online through Showtime mobile app.

In the UK, BT Sports Box office will have this fight and it will be an PPV event which is a shame really. It will cost around £14.49 in the UK. BT Sports Box office coverage is available for PPV buyers both on TV and online.

As far as the rest of the world is concerned, it is highly likely DAZN will get the streaming rights worldwide. So will update it here once they confirm the countries they are showing this fight.

Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury Undercards & Fight Night Schedule:

The fight card is set to start with good looking undercards at around 07:00 PM ET / 01:00 AM uk time (early hours of Sunday in UK). The main-event between Paul vs Fury wont start before 11:00 PM ET / 04:00 am uk time.

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