Watch: Jake Paul, Tommy Fury get into physical altercation during faceoff in London

The fight between Jake Paul and Tommy Fury is about to hit the ring on February 26. However, the trash talk and physical altercation between the pair have already started. The two young boxers face off against each other today in London before their anticipated bout in Saudi Arabia.

Earlier, the pair were in London to face off against each other before the big fight on February 26. Meanwhile, a fight was taking place between Artur Beterbiev and Anthony Yarde, but they soon had to finish off. The Gypsy King, Tyson Fury, was there too.

Even though there was no serious break out happened during the faceoff but an argument took place between both young boxers. Before the argument could go any further, the red officials were there to stop it at any cost.

Following that, both fighters shook hands outside the ring and managed to face off without throwing punches. The undisputed heavyweight boxing champion was also there to encourage his brother. Although he has something to say about the problem child.

According to him, no matter how tough the social media personality is, his brother is still the favorite for the match, which will be played in Saudi Arabia on February 26.

This is about the third time the announcement of Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury has come about. Prior to this, both of the fights got canceled afterward. The 23-year-old was the one who withdrew both times. In 2021, Tommy withdrew from the fight due to his bacterial chest infection and a broken rib.

Then in 2022, again but this time he was denied entry to the U.S. due to his family’s ties with Irish crime boss Daniel Kinahan.

Both of the fighters have undefeated records, and for that reason, it will be interesting to see who’s going to lose their winning streak first. Although the 23-year-old has a lot more pressure than anyone in his corner now. As of recent, his father, John Fury made it clear that if he lose the fight to the social media personailty then he has to quit boxing.

Regardless, the Paul vs. Fury bout will be contested over eight rounds at 185 pounds and will air on ESPN+ and BT Sport.


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