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Graeme Young

What channel is Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury on? TV, stream, fight time and undercard for the big one

Tommy Fury vs Jake Paul has piqued the interests of fans across the world whether you like it not - and is set to get underway in just under two hours.

Paul, a YouTube star, has thrust himself into the deep end of boxing by opening his professional boxing account eight fights ago - winning every single one. Taking on retired UFC duo Anderson Silva and Tyron Woodley - the latter twice - and winning all three fights, there is evidently something there within the internet celebrity.

Fury, though, is out for revenge. Paul has bad mouthed him after Fury twice cancelled the fight; the first being due to having a broken rib and the second being down to visa issues failing to enable him access to the USA. Despite the prowess of his brother Tyson, this will be the first time that he has fought a professional, active boxer - and with his family threatening to disown him should he lose, the stakes are twice as high for the 23-year-old. Here is everything you need to know about the looming clash which goes beyond the sport as punters young and old are primed to watch.

When is Jake Paul v Tommy Fury and what time will it start in the UK?

It's some Sunday with Rangers and Celtic facing off in the Viaplay Cup Final and Newcastle United vs Manchester United in the Carabao Cup at Wembley. The big one will happen on Sunday. February 26 in Saudi Arabia. The blockbuster is among a blockbuster night in Riyadh with a huge world title fight set to headline a stacked undercard. Action is expected to get underway at 7pm with former champions Badou Jack duelling Ilunga Makabu. The main event is set to take place around 9:45pm in the United Kingdom.

How to watch Paul v Fury via TV and live stream

Paul v Fury will be available for customers in the UK as a BT Sport Box Office exclusive with viewers required to pay a one-off fee at a price point of £19.99 to watch the fights. T Sport Box Office is on Sky channel 490, BT channel 494, and in the live events menu on Virgin Media packages. The event can also be purchased here and be streamed via laptop and mobile devices via their app and website.

What is the card in full?

Main Event: Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury

Ilunga Makabu vs Badou Jack – for WBC World Cruiserweight Title

Bader Samreen vs Viorel Simion

Muhsin Cason vs Taryel Jafarov

Ziyad Almaayouf vs Janos Penzes

Adam Saleh vs Stuart Kellogg


Paul 8/13

Fury 13/10

Draw 15/1

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