How to watch Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury: The YouTube sensation battles the reality TV star when Paul meets Fury in the square circle this weekend. So you can watch live and online.

It’s a battle of new media influencers this weekend as the long-delayed boxing match finally takes place in Saudi Arabia.

No love is lost between undefeated duo Jake Paul (6-0) and Tommy Fury (8-0) and the pair have been trying to move it forward since a December 2021 fight was postponed.

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Paul, nicknamed Problem Kid, has built a social media empire based on the success of his YouTube presence with his brother Logan – who also enjoys having arguments after putting Floyd Mayweather at arm’s length. Jake’s last fight was in MMA in an exhibition against UFC legend Anderson Silva.

Fury’s fame largely hinges on being on Love Island and being half-brother to current WBC Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury. He had his last fight in April last year against Daniel Bocianski, which he won on points.

So, yes, there’s not much boxing pedigree for this pay-per-view event, but there’s plenty of social media influence to make up for it.

You can watch Paul vs Fury live in UK. Here’s how to turn on the best TV, smartphone or laptop you have in the house.

Fury vs Paul fight time

Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury headlines the sportswashing show in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia. Ring walks for the main event are expected at 21:30 UK time.

There is a strong undercard including Ilunga Makabu vs. Badou Jack for the WBC cruiserweight title ahead of Paul vs. Fury. Coverage on Saturday 25 February begins at 6.30pm UK time.

How to watch Fury vs Paul on TV and online

BT Sport has the rights to this one, but it won’t be live for BT Sport subscribers. It’s a BT Sport Box Office pay-per-view event and costs £19.95 in the UK. You can watch on your TV via the major providers or on the BT Sport apps and website if you have purchased the event.

BT customers can sign up for the BT Player on their BT box, while Virgin customers can go to the events section of the on-demand portal. Sky customers can also purchase through their set-top box or navigate to this link.

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