Jake Paul, Tommy Fury Reportedly Agree To February Fight

They were scheduled to fight twice before.

Despite getting multiple callouts from different fighters, Jake Paul seems to be looking for a second try against Tommy Fury. 

Combat sports insider Ariel Helwani reported on Twitter that Paul will fight the younger half-brother of Tyson Fury on February 25.  

Paul and Fury have tried to meet twice in the past – on December 19, 2021 and August 6, 2022. 

The first date fell through because Fury, a 8-0 boxer, was injured and had an illness. The second date fell apart days ahead of a press conference because Fury was unable to get a visa to enter the U.S. The fight was scheduled to happen in New York.  

Paul, a 6-0 boxer, instead fought former UFC champion Anderson Silva in October, which he won by a wide decision in an eight-round catchweight bout.  

Fury last fought in April where he outpointed Daniel Bocianski. Before that, he met Rolly Lambert on November 13 in an exhibition bout on the Floyd Mayweather-Deji card. 

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