Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury LIVE: Fight updates and undercard results

Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury LIVE: Fight updates and undercard results

Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury LIVE: YouTuber-turned-boxer Paul faces Love Island star and Tyson’s half-brother in much-anticipated winner-takes-all bout in Saudi Arabia

Follow Sportsmail’s live blog as Jake Paul and Tommy Fury finally go head-to-head in Saudi Arabia. 

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KSI has lumped money on Paul to beat Tommy. He took to Twitter last night to say: ‘Make sure you win mate @jakepaul. I need to make as much money as possible for when I get to knock you out myself.’

Make sure you win mate @jakepaul. I need to make as much money as possible for when I get to knock you out myself pic.twitter.com/lkgHS7R0AI

Tommy’s long-term girlfriend Molly-Mae and their daughter Bambi will not be attending this evening’s fight. It appears they are still in the UK as Molly-Mae shared a snap of herself and their daughter on FaceTime to Tommy. 


Fury is fighting for the very dignity of boxing this evening when he finally comes glove to glove with social media creation Paul.

Defeat in the Saudi desert for Tommy Gun would not only beget personal humiliation but bring to a grim crescendo this week of excruciating embarrassment for the hardest game on earth.

Boxing has been walking on egg-shells since that convoluted and legally constricted ruling by the WBC to the effect that Conor Benn’s failed drugs tests may have been a consequence of devouring a volume of Mother Hen’s output so enormous as to have slain an ox with cholesterol.


Sportsmail have broken down how much both Paul and Fury have made inside the ring ahead of their clash this evening. We have also taken a look at their glitzy lifestyles and analysed their net worth.


Just half an hour to go until the main card starts. So far we have had: Ziad Al-Majrashi vs Phillip Quansah, Ragad Al-Naimi vs Perpetual Okaidah, Philip Samson vs Salman Hamda. While Adam Saleh vs Stuart ‘Evil Hero’ Kellogg are set to get underway soon. 

 Al-Majrashi secured a win on his professional debut by beating Quansah on points. While Ragad Al-Naimi made history by becoming the first Saudi woman to fight in Diriyah . She went on to beat Okaidah by KO. 

Salman Hamda also beat Philip Samson by KO. However, Samson last just one round before the fight was waved off. 

Mike Tyson has weighed in on who he believes will win the bout between Jake Paul and Tommy Fury this evening. 

The former world heavyweight champion has said he does not think Fury has what it takes to beat his opponent – despite admitting he has never seen him box.

Speaking to Boxing Social, Tyson said that Paul is only getting better as a boxer and will be too much for Fury.


By Order Of The Fury Family ⚔️ @FurocityEnergy pic.twitter.com/GuEdpvMcve

A supposed ‘leaked script’ for the bout between Paul and Fury has surfaced online just hours before the fight in Saudi Arabia. 

There are claims being made that the bout has been rigged prior to the event occurring and the ‘leaked script’ suggests that former Love Island star Fury will lose the fight via TKO.

However, Skill Challenge – the promoters for Paul vs Fury – have confirmed to Sportsmail that the document is fake. 


Tyson Fury took to Twitter to celebrate United’s opening goal against Newcastle. If you’re interested in following the game – check out our live runner here. 

CAAAASSSSSEEEMIRROOO! ?⚽️@ManUtd #CarabaoCup #CarabaoCupFinal

Drake has gone big on fellow social media star Jake Paul to beat Tommy Fury in this evening’s long-awaited clash. 

The Canadian rapper put a $400,000 wager on Paul to not only beat Fury, but to do so via knockout. If it is to come to fruition, Drake will earn himself a cool $1million profit. 


There is a lot riding on this evening’s fight for Tommy. His half-brother Tyson and his father John have made it clear they will disown him if he loses. 

Tyson and John have said Tommy will have to change his name and stay in Saudi Arabia is he loses to the ‘Problem Child’. 

Therefore, Sportsmail have looked at Tyson and Tommy’s relationship ahead of this weekend’s highly anticipated fight.  


Tommy Fury said: ‘I am in boxing and have goals to be a world champion, so if I am to do that, I can’t be dodging people like Jake Paul. Believe you me the past two fights didn’t happen because of it being out of my hands.

‘Third time’s a charm and we’re here. I’m in super fit condition and I am ready to go and put this all to bed.

‘For the last two-and-a-half years all it has been is, ‘when are you fighting Jake Paul?’ and to even mention my name in the same sentence as that is disrespectful to me who has been boxing my whole life. I am going to clinically knock this guy out early.’

Jake Paul said: ‘He is a good boxer, I give him that credit. He is fast, he has got length and is strong. He looks like the Michelin man or something, but there’s nothing he can do to stop me.

‘He doesn’t have power. He couldn’t knock Daniel Bocianski, or knock out the taxi drivers he has been put in there with. He has never been put in there with someone who wasn’t there to lose.’

5pm – Ziad Al-Majrashi vs Phillip Quansah

5:30pm – Ragad Al-Naimi vs Perpetual Okaidah

6pm – Philip Samson vs Salman Hamda

6:30pm – Adam Saleh vs Stuart ‘Evil Hero’ Kellogg

7pm – Main Card begins – Bader Samreen vs Viorel Simion

7:30pm – Muhsin Cason vs Taryel Jafarov

8pm – Ziyad Almaayouf vs Ronnald Martinez

8:45pm – Ilunga Makabu vs Badou Jack – WBC cruiserweight title

10pm – Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury

Hello and welcome to Sportsmail’s live blog for this evening’s clash between Tommy Fury and Jake Paul. This fight has been a long-time coming and we’re expecting some serious fireworks in the ring. 

We’ll be bringing you round-by-round coverage of the fight, as well as updates from the undercard. So, make sure you stay tuned. 

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