Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury crack stream, Reddit streams, and buff-stream alternatives: How to Watch the Celebrity Boxing Fight Online
If you’re looking to legally stream the upcoming Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury but can’t find the right services, you’ve come to the right place.
The highly anticipated grudge match between the two is set to go down later this weekend on Sunday, February 26th and the matchup is set to take place in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The event will also be streamed live through various streaming services depending on where you live, and people who are looking to watch the event from the comfort of their homes can find the streaming details below.
Now boasting a 6-0 record with four knockouts, the boxing world is starting to take Paul seriously. His most recent win against UFC legend Anderson Silva confirmed that Paul can be dangerous in the ring, and a win against Fury this weekend would be another step toward legitimacy as a professional boxer. Plus, viewers of Paul vs. Fury will also get a WBC cruiserweight title fight between Ilunga Makabu and Badou Jack to sweeten the deal. Watch Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury live
How to Watch Paul vs. Fury Online: PPV Streaming Guide
Paul vs. Fury will be available exclusively as an ESPN+ pay-per-view (PPV) event, so you’ll need to first get a subscription to ESPN+ (if you don’t already have one) and then purchase the PPV live stream and watch the fight.
If you don’t have an ESPN+ subscription, head here to sign up. ESPN+ costs $9.99 a month here or $99 a year if you pay upfront (the annual option saves about $20 over the year).
However, if you’re looking for a better deal, we recommend the Disney Bundle. For $12.99 a month (just $3 more than ESPN+ on its one), the Disney Bundle gets you subscriptions to ESPN+, Hulu, and Disney+ for one low price. This saves you about $13 a month, or 50% compared to paying for each streamer separately.
Once you’re signed up for ESPN+ (either à la carte or through the Disney Bundle), you’ll be able to purchase the Paul vs. Fury PPV live stream through your account and watch Paul vs. Fury live online. The PPV live stream costs $49.99 and gets you the full fight card, including the main event.
In addition to letting you stream Paul vs. Fury online this weekend, a subscription to ESPN+ brings a ton of live and on-demand sports content like free access to UFC Fight Night live stream, plus NHL, basketball, soccer, and much more.
Best of all, ESPN+ content can be viewed through any device including streaming sticks like Roku or Fire Stick, as well as phones, laptops, tablets, and smart TVs. Check out our full review of ESPN+ here.
For fans in the United States, the Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury fight will be streamed live on ESPN+. In the United Kingdom, fans can tune into BT Sport Box Office to watch the highly anticipated grudge match.
Fans in Brazil and Canada can buy the pay-per-view from DAZN or Fite. tv to watch the Paul vs. Fury event. It is worth noting that Fite. tv will also broadcast the matchup live for fans in Europe and Asia.
Tommy Fury warns Jake Paul ahead of their fight
Tommy Fury has sent out a warning to his upcoming opponent ‘The Problem Child’. The two have been at odds for years and have been quite vocal about their disregard for each other.
With the fight inching closer, the two have had a lot to say in an attempt to get into the heads of each other. In an attempt to do the same, Paul even involved Fury’s family and it looks like ‘TNT’ isn’t too bothered by it.
Tommy Fury recently sat down for an interview with BT Sport Boxing and was asked to respond to Jake Paul’s trash talk involving his family. To which ‘TNT’ replied by sending out a stern warning to ‘The Problem Child’ and said:
Paul, a YouTuber turned prize-fighter who has a 6-0 undefeated record could actually leave the weekend with a world ranking from the World Boxing Council (WBC).
The WBC announced that was Paul extends his stream to 7-0 this weekend, he’ll be granted respect that nobody really wants to give him. Nobody except for the WBC, which would probably want the eyes-drawing Paul brother to help their sport garner more attention.
Fury (8-0), though, is confident that won’t happen. The former Love Island cast member has declared he will be retiring Paul from the sport.
And for the odds: Paul is the -180 favorite (wager $180 to win $100) over Fury (+140 — wager $100 to win $140) according to DraftKings(opens in new tab).
Here’s everything you need to know about Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury live streams.
How to watch BT Sport Box Office(opens in new tab) in the UK and Australia
Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury live streams, unlike the UFC PPVs, are at a decent time of day no matter if you’re across the pond or down under.
In the U.K., you’ll likely see Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury ring walks at around 10 p.m. GMT, an even earlier time of day than American fans usually get it. It’s live on BT Sport Box Office(opens in new tab), where it costs £19.95.
In Australia, Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury is live on Sunday at 5 a.m. AEDT on Kayo(opens in new tab), where it costs AU$ 29.95 — but you don’t need a Kayo subscription to stream the event.
How to watch Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury live streams in the UK and Australia
Our neighbors in the great white north will watch the Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury fight on DAZN(opens in new tab). It costs CAD $49.99 on top of your DAZN membership.
Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury fight card
- Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury — Cruiserweights
- Ilunga Makabu (c) vs. Badou Jack for the WBC cruiserweight title
- Ashton Sylve vs. Maxwell Awuku — Lightweights
- Bader Samreen vs. Viorel Simion — Lightweights
- Muhsin Cason vs. Taryel Jafarov — Cruiserweights
- Adam Saleh vs. Stuart Kellogg — Super lightweights
- Ziyad Almaayouf vs Ronald Martinez — Super lightweights