Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury Agree to Boxing Match in Saudi Arabia
Jake Paul and Tommy Fury have reportedly agreed to a boxing match in 2023, per Inside Fighting sources.
The visa issues, money holdups, and weight cut problems are a thing of the past - Jake Paul and Tommy Fury are actually fighting each other in 2023.
Sources confirmed with Inside Fighting that the two parties have agreed to a boxing match in Saudi Arabia for some point this year. The two were once slated to box each other in August of 2022, but a visa issue prevented the fight from happening. Now, with a location set, both sides have finally come to an agreement.
It comes on the heels of Fury calling Paul out for a boxing match in London - free of charge.
The fight will be organized by Most Valuable Promotions, Jake Paul’s own brand.
This story is developing - stay tuned for updates.
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