The highly anticipated fight between Jake Paul and Tommy Fury is just days away, and all eyes are on the two fighters. The bout, which is set to take place on February 20th, will be Paul’s third professional boxing match and Fury’s first.
Fury, younger brother of former heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, is a relative newcomer to the boxing world. However, his opponents’ records at 24-176-5 have some questioning whether he is a legitimate boxer.
Meanwhile, Paul is no stranger to the spotlight. He has been involved in a number of controversies, including a heated exchange with British heavyweight boxer Dereck Chisora. Chisora recently snapped during a live interview, exclaiming “I’m f*****g talking!”
The undercard for the fight includes several other exciting matchups, including a battle between former WBO champion Billy Joe Saunders and Martin Murray.
Experts have been weighing in on the fight, with most predicting a win for Paul. However, the odds are close, with Paul at -120 and Fury at +100.
The fight will be broadcast on pay-per-view, with coverage beginning at 9PM EST/6PM PST.
Fans of both fighters will be watching closely to see who comes out on top in this highly anticipated fight.