Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury Weigh-In Results: Rivals Face-Off One Last Time

Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury is one day away, with the bitter rivals finally ready to settle the score inside of the squared circle. On Saturday, the two men came face-to-face for the final time ahead of Sunday’s pay-per-view bout.

Luckily, things went off without a hitch and the third time is a charm.

The first time Paul and Fury were set to face off, Fury withdrew due to injury. For their second scheduled bout, Fury was forced to withdraw after visa issues prevented him from entering the United States. This time around, there are no excuses.

On Saturday, the fighters hit the scale for the official weigh-ins and both men were able to successfully hit their marks. Paul checked in at 183.6, the lightest of his professional boxing career.

Fury, meanwhile, weighed 184.5.

“His time is up, tomorrow night, his time is up. Jake Paul will no longer be boxing, I’m going tot put this man away in four rounds,” Fury said after hitting the scale. “This has been the best experience of my life, it’s a dream come true and tomorrow night, it gets sweeter.”

Paul responded, “That man is capping, he’s acting on stage getting all hyped up ad trying to act like his brother. This professional boxer is going down; it’s easy, it’s simple. I’m ready, cool, calm, and collected. He’s shaking, you can see the nerves, I’m a killer, I’m a real f*cking dog, none of that fake sh*t. Like the posters say, the talk is over; we’ve done all the hoopla and it’s time to figure out the truth.”

Then, the two men came face-to-face.

The bout will be going down on February 26 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The will be co-promoted by Paul’s Most Valuable Promotions and Top Rank Boxing, and air live on ESPN+ pay-per-view beginning at 2:00 p.m. ET.

The 23-year-old Fury is 8-0 in his professional boxing career with four knockouts. Like Paul, Fury brings some crossover appeal after starring on the hit UK reality series Love Island where he finished as the season’s runner-up.

The 26-year-old Paul, meanwhile, is 6-0 with four wins by knockout. In his last bout, Paul scored a unanimous decision victory over mixed martial arts legend Anderson Silva.

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