How to Watch Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury Live Without Cable
After months and months of delays, cancellations, and doubt, Jake Paul and Tommy Fury will finally fight inside a boxing ring. The two sides have sent plenty of shots across the bow — but now it’s finally time to put up or shut up. Which undefeated fighter will come out on top? We’ll find out this Sunday, Feb. 26 at 2 p.m. ET, which is only available to purchase for $49.99 if you subscribe to ESPN+.
How to Watch Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury:
- When: Sunday, February 26 at 2 p.m. ET
- Where: Diriyah, Saudi Arabia
- Streaming: Get the Fight for $59.98 with one month of ESPN+.
The event will cost $49.99 in addition to a subscription to ESPN+. You can subscribe to the ESPN+ PPV Package — which includes one PPV event and a monthly subscription — for $59.98. Or, for $3 more, you can get the Disney Bundle Trio which includes ESPN+, Hulu, and Disney+.
About Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury
Finally, Paul and Fury (well, the other Fury) will face off in the ring. Paul and Fury were originally slated to face off in December 2021, but Fury withdrew from the bout because of a medical issue. Paul’s last fight was against MMA legend Anderson Silva, who he defeated in the eighth round. Hailing from Manchester, England, Fury (8-0, 4 KOs) made his professional debut in 2018, winning by decision. He then knocked out his next four opponents and most recently defeated Daniel Bocianski in six rounds last April on the Tyson Fury (his half-brother)-Dillian Whyte undercard.
In the co-main event, former two-weight world champion Badou Jack “The Ripper” will challenge WBC cruiserweight world champion Ilunga Makabu. Jack is coming off five consecutive wins, including three by knockout, while Makabu will be making the third defense of his title.
Complete Card for Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury
|Sunday, Feb. 26||2 p.m.||Main||Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury||ESPN+ PPV|
|Co-Feature||Ilunga Makabu *(C) vs. Badou Jack||*WBC Cruiserweight|
|Undercard||Ziyad Almaayouf vs. Ronald Martinez|
|Undercard||Muhsin Cason vs. Taryel Jafarov|
|Undercard||Bader Samreen vs. Viorel Simion|
How to Stream Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury on Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV, Android and iOS
There are six major streaming providers that offer Live TV Streaming. Five of these providers allow you to watch the fight using iOS, Android, Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, and Web. You can stream it with ESPN+.
Can you watch Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury for free?
ESPN+ does not offer a free trial, but you can watch Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury with your ESPN+ subscription and the PPV fee of $49.99. If you don’t already have an ESPN+ subscription, you can get it individually or with the Disney Bundle Trio.
What devices can you use to stream Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury?
You can watch ESPN+ using Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Roku, Android TV, iPhone/iPad, Android Phone/Tablet, Mac, Windows, PlayStation, Xbox, LG Smart TV, Samsung Smart TV, Sony Smart TV, and VIZIO Smart TV.
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