Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury weigh in LIVE: Stream FREE, start time, result as pair tip the scales – latest | The Sun

JAKE PAUL and Tommy Fury are about to clash in an almighty boxing match in Saudi Arabia.

But before the HUGE main event in Diriyah tomorrow night, the pair are tipping the scales this morning.

We've got ALL the latest plus from what and the fighters go head to head for the final time before the big one.

  • Start time: 9:30am UK
  • Live stream: BT Sport YouTube


Follow all the latest updates below…

  • Henry Tomlinson

    Shaun Porter on the magnitude of the event

    The two-time welterweight world champion said: “It is amazing to be here as a fighter.

    “This has truly been a kingdom experience.”

  • Henry Tomlinson

    Almost time

    The weigh-ins are about to start.

    After months of training, it will be interesting to see the results come in.

  • Henry Tomlinson

    How to watch Paul vs Fury

    Paul vs Fury will be shown live on BT Sport Box Office.

    The price has been CONFIRMED at £19.95.

    You can live stream the action from the BT Sport Box Office app, which is available for download onto your mobile or tablet device.

  • Henry Tomlinson

    Paul aiming to retire Fury

    The YouTuber turned boxer is aiming to "decapitate" Tommy Fury as he targets his biggest win in boxing to date.

    He said: "Tommy, I hope you've enjoyed these last few moments of your career. This is it. You're going to be retired from boxing after this, you're going to be disowned by your family, you're going to go back to your mother's maiden name.

    "There's nothing else that can save you. It is just me and you. Mano a mano [Hand and hand]. You're brother's not in the ring with you, your dad's not in the ring with you anymore, Molly's not in the ring with you anymore, Bambi isn't in the ring with you anymore.

    "So all of that cute motivation about having a child and fighting for her, all of that s*** goes out of the window. I'm coming to take your f***ing head off, decapitate you.

    "I'm a mean, angry person deep down and I'm going to take it all out on your f***ing face. There is nothing you could do to f***ing beat me."

    Credit: Getty
  • Henry Tomlinson

    Full card

    Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury (10 rounds – cruiserweight)

    Ilunga Makabu vs Badou Jack (12 rounds – cruiserweight, WBC title)

    Ashton Sylve vs Maxwell Awuku (8 rounds – super-featherweight)

    Bader Samreen vs. Viorel Simion (8 rounds – lightweight)

    Muhsin Cason vs Taryel Jafarov (8 rounds – cruiserweight)

    Adam Saleh vs Stuart Kellog (6 rounds- super-lightweight)

    Ziyad Almaayouf vs Ronnald Martinez (4 rounds – super-lightweight)

  • Henry Tomlinson

    Tale of the tape

    This is how Tommy ‘TNT’ Fury and the Problem Child compare in numbers across the board.

    In terms of wins by knockout, they are level which could make for an intriguing fight.

    🥊 How to watch Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury: Date, UK start time, live stream, TV channel

  • Henry Tomlinson

    What has been said?

    Tommy Fury has complete confidence that he is going to win the bout against a "rubbish" Jake Paul.

    Speaking exclusively to The Sun, Tommy said: “He can say what he wants because talking is his game. Fighting is mine.

    “On Sunday night, it is not about who can talk the best. It is about who can fight the best. He’s absolutely rubbish.

    “I’ve been in boxing all my life. He can’t fight.

    “Jake Paul, he is what he is. He’s a white-collar boxer.

    “He’s going in there with somebody who wants to take his head clean off with every shot and he’s going to be dealing with everything that comes with a boxer.

    "He’s not dealt with that before and it’s a big jump.”

  • Henry Tomlinson

    Tommy up for revenge

    As major boxing grudge matches go they don’t get much bigger – or unlikely – than the upcoming fight between Tommy Fury and Jake Paul.

    To say Tommy is pumped up for the fight is an understatement, thanks in no small part to Jake, ruining his rival’s baby announcement and branding Tommy’s influencer fiancée Molly-May Hague the couple’s “breadwinner”.

    As one insider at the build-up in Riyadh said: “Tommy says he wants to get revenge, and he won’t feel like he’s got it until he has knocked him clean out.

    “He’s angry, and he means every word — they’re not empty threats. This is personal.”

  • Henry Tomlinson

    Leading up to the fight

    The feuding pair have locked in negotiations for months over trying to reschedule a fight which has fallen through twice already.

    First, Fury pulled out of their original date in December 2021 with injury and illness.

    And then the Manchester fighter had visa issues while trying to get over the US to promote their second fight, with that bout being called off too.

    But now the fight will be going ahead tomorrow night.

  • Henry Tomlinson

    Good morning boxing fans.

    It is time to get comfortable as it is also most to see the weigh-ins ahead o Jake Paul’s much-anticipated fight with Tommy Fury tomorrow night.

    The fight is in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia, where Anthony Joshua vs Andy Ruiz Jr took place.

    The pair were involved in a fiery press conference on Thursday.

    During the talks with the media, they agreed to a winner takes all fight with up to £10.6million up for grabs.

    Stay tuned as we will have all the updates from the weigh-in here.

    Credit: Instagram

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