Jake Paul’s long-awaited fight with Tommy Fury has new date after two postponements: report

 

A Jake Paul fight that was originally supposed to happen more than a year ago once again has a new date.

The YouTube sensation turned boxing star will finally fight Tommy Fury Feb. 25, according to a report.

Jake Paul
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Paul and Fury were slated to fight Dec. 19, 2021, but Fury was dealing with a broken rib and a bacterial chest infection. It was rescheduled to Aug. 6, but Fury apparently had his travel visa to the United States denied.

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Fury is the younger brother of world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury.

Paul defeated UFC legend Anderson Silva in October by unanimous decision, bringing his boxing record to 6-0.

Jake Paul, left, poses with Anderson Silva of Brazil after their cruiserweight bout at Desert Diamond Arena Oct. 29, 2022, in Glendale, Ariz. Paul won via unanimous decision.
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In November, Paul ran into Fury’s father, John, at an exhibition match between Floyd Mayweather and Deji Olatunji in Dubai, where the two exchanged pleasantries.

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Fury is 8-0 in his career with half his wins coming via knockout. His last fight was a win over Daniel Bocianski by decision.