When is Jake Paul's Next Fight? Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury Date, Opening Odds & Prediction for 2023 Bout
When is Jake Paul's Next Fight?
Jake Paul's next fight will take place on February 26, 2023. The bout will be happening in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, and coverage is scheduled to be on ESPN+ PPV. Paul remains undefeated in his boxing career, although he has yet to fight a professional boxer, going up against solely amateur fighters/celebrities and former MMA stars.
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Who is Jake Paul Fighting Next?
Paul's next fight is slated to be against Tommy Fury. Paul holds a 6-0 professional record (4 knockouts), while Fury is 8-0 (4 knockouts). The two have tried multiple times to schedule a bout, but each previous time, Fury has had to back out. According to Paul, those excuses from Fury are done and this fight has every intention of happening in February.
Paul's last fight was against former MMA superstar Anderson Silva, whom Paul defeated in Glendale, Arizona on Oct. 29 of last year.
The English-born Fury's last fight was on April 23 of 2022, where he defeated Daniel Bocianski by decision.
Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury Opening Odds
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- Jake Paul: (N/A)
- Tommy Fury: (N/A)
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Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury Prediction
A lot of people are hoping for Jake Paul to finally land one in the loss column, but most of that hate is due to Paul's personal life and career as a YouTuber. Paul has proven he's not just a flash-in-the-pan guy, and has some real skill in the ring. Fans complain about his lack of impressive opponents thus far, but the same goes for any great fighter to start their career: they fight a bunch of nobodies. Fury will certainly be Paul's toughest test yet, and he could be the one to hand Paul his first loss as a pro boxer, but I'm sticking with Paul to take this fight more seriously than any other and come away with the win.
Paul was the slight underdog last time this bout was scheduled and it could very well be the same thing this time around. However, I think too much stock is being put into Fury simply because of his name and his history as a boxer. I'm sticking with Paul until one of his opponents gives me a reason not to.
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