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Jake Paul v Tommy Fury: Fight Night LIVE

Tommy Fury secures a split decision victory over Jake Paul after a closely-contested fight in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Tommy Fury bt Jake Paul (SD)
Badou Jack bt Ilunga Makabu (TKO - R12)
Ziyad Almaayouf bt Ronnald Martinez (UD)
Muhsin Cason bt  Taryel Jafarov (TKO - R1)
Bader Samreen bt Viorel Simion (TKO - R1)

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23:18 - Thanks for joining us

That's all from us for tonight, as Tommy Fury etches new history in the sport of boxing for his famous fighting family.

It was a solid if unspectacular performance from the 23-year-old Brit, who dedicated his victory to his girlfriend and newborn baby daughter back home.

Be sure to check out all of our amazing boxing coverage on bet365's Sports and Betting news site here.

Good night all.

23:11 - Tommy Fury wins via Split Decision!

So there we have it...

Tommy Fury secures the bragging rights with a Split Decision win over the 'Problem Child' Jake Paul after an imposing boxing performance in Saudi Arabia.

Paul is by no means disgraced in defeat, having fought well in there and only narrowly overcome by his British counterpart.

Fury's jab and range proved key on the night, with Paul unable to truly get to grips with the slick movement of 'TNT'. 

The 23-year-old is letting all his emotion pour out in there following his triumph, and he deserves this moment.

Jake Paul v Tommy Fury (Round Eight)

Both fighters come out swinging in the final round, and Paul scores a knockdown with a crisp right hand as Fury falls to the canvas.

It's unclear whether the Mancunian was dropped or rather slipped, but the referee gave him a standing count nonetheless.

Both fighters run to their corners in celebration following the final bell, and at this point it appears unclear who will come out on top.

Fury put in the more complete boxing performance, but Paul's knockdown in the final round could just make things interesting.

We await the judges' scorecards...

Jake Paul v Tommy Fury (Round Seven)

Another tight round with both fighters looking visibly fatigued in there.

Fury was perhaps the busier of the two, with the Brit now into 1/5 to seal victory.

There is a bit of damage evident on Fury's face, however, with this fiercely-contested fight possibly set to come down to who can finish the strongest...

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Jake Paul v Tommy Fury (Round Six)

An even round, with neither fighter enjoying particular success as this fight moves towards its conclusion.

A point has now been deducted from Tommy Fury for holding though, which makes things very interesting at this stage.

Both fighters appear to be feeling the pace of the fight at this point, with a frenetic tempo having been set from the outset.

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Jake Paul v Tommy Fury (Round Five)

An action-packed round, as Jake Paul has a point deducted for a shot behind the head before appearing to rock Fury, with the Mancunian momentarily on unsteady legs.

Say what you want about the level of these two, but it's been a good spectacle so far as the two hungry fighters put it all on the line.

The pre-fight favourite, Jake Paul is currently 7/2 to win the fight.

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Jake Paul v Tommy Fury (Round Four)

Fury responds with a strong round, showing good hand speed and movement as he enjoys success from the off.

The 23-year-old's reach advantage is really helping out there, as he seeks to keep Paul at the end of his jab.

Paul did enjoy a strong end to the round, however, drawing a response from Fury in a clear indication he had hurt the Brit.

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Jake Paul v Tommy Fury (Round Three)

A bit more success for Paul in the third, with the American appearing to warm into this fight and find his rhythm.

Neither fighter has really landed a big punch as of yet, although Paul has now narrowly missed with a few dangerous-looking right hands.

This is developing into an intriguing, evenly-contested bout.

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Jake Paul v Tommy Fury (Round Two)

The jab of Fury could just prove key in this fight, with Paul struggling to get to grips with it to close the distance against the Brit.

The Mancunian looks the more comfortable of the two in there so far, with his greater boxing experience perhaps proving pivotal.

Paul looks a bit perplexed as he returns to his corner after a difficult first two rounds.

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Jake Paul v Tommy Fury (Round One)

Tommy Fury has come out on the front foot against his American counterpart, aiming to assert his authority in the centre of the ring in a scrappy opening round to the fight.

Fury has utilised his jab well, with his body feints proving effective against Paul who failed to land any significant shots in the first round.

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22:25 - What an atmosphere!

Both fighters are now in the ring after two stirring ringwalks.

The atmosphere is electric inside the arena as the two boxers - Jake Paul of the United States and Tommy Fury of Great Britain - aim to do their family and country proud in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

The talking is now officially over, it's time to find out 'The Truth'.

Jake Paul is priced as the 8/11 favourite, with Tommy Fury the 6/5 outsider.

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Jake Paul v Tommy Fury - Tebbutt's Tips

Our resident boxing expert Rob Tebbutt had his say ahead of tonight's blockbuster fight between Jake Paul and Tommy Fury:

"I think the value here has to be on Tommy Fury – you can get better than even-money for him to win by any method.

"I like Tommy Fury by Decision, and think he will get behind the jab and keep his opponent at the end of his lead right hand, you can get 5/1 on that, and I also think this fight is one that goes the full distance, which is priced at 1/1."

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22:08 - Jake Paul v Tommy Fury Bet Boosts >>

We have a number of appealing Bet Boosts available for Jake Paul v Tommy Fury, including:

Both Fighters Knocked Down:
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Jake Paul to win in Rounds 5-8:
Was 4/1 >> Now 9/2

3 Knockdowns:
Was 15/2 >> Now 8/1

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22:05 - Tale of the Tape

You can read all about how Jake Paul and Tommy Fury size up to each other ahead of this much-anticipated catchweight bout in our Tale of the Tape here.

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22:00 - Main event up next...

Up next it's the one you've all been waiting for...

'The Problem Child' Jake Paul v Tommy 'TNT' Fury

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And the new...

Badou Jack is a three-weight world champion!

The 39-year-old Swede becomes WBC cruiserweight champion with the referee calling a stop to this fight after a stunning flurry of punches leaves Makabu defenceless.

This TKO completes a stunning performance from Jack, who had knocked the Congolese down twice previously in the bout.

Jack looked absolutely magnificent in his first fight as a cruiserweight, with this victory bolstering his already stunning boxing resume and legacy.

Makabu showed the heart of a lion in there, but just couldn't cope with the movement and crisp punching of the outstanding Jack.

What a world title fight that turned out to be!

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Ilunga Makabu v Badou Jack (Round Eleven)


Jack drops Makabu again with another stunning right hand at the beginning of the round, before going on to inflict some real punishment on the champion for the remainder of the eleventh.

Makabu looks spent in there, with Jack surely now on the brink of becoming a three-weight world champion!

Another 10-8 round for Jack...

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Ilunga Makabu v Badou Jack (Round Ten)

What a round!

Jack has Makabu hurt in the middle of the round with some stinging right hands through the guard of the champion.

The Congolese responded well, showing all of his heart as he continues to step forward and impose his will on his opponent, before Jack finished the round with significant pressure sparked by a sharp left uppercut.

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Ilunga Makabu v Badou Jack (Round Nine)

A fiercely contested round as both fighters continue to punch at a remarkable volume.

Makabu remains active as ever, but perhaps the smarter work is coming from the Swede Jack.

The champion continues to walk his opponent down, with Jack forced to keep a frenetic pace with the fighter four years his junior.

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Ilunga Makabu v Badou Jack (Round Eight)

Another frustrating round for Makabu, as Jack catches him with some clinical counter-rights.

The champion is struggling to deliver the power-punches which have defined his career, with Jack using every ounce of his boxing IQ out there to outwit his opponent at the moment.

Every round is crucial now as we approach this fight's conclusion...

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Ilunga Makabu v Badou Jack (Round Seven)

Both fighters enjoy success as big shots land, with Jack perhaps just edging the round with some sharp right hands landing flush on Makabu's chin.

You'd think Badou Jack 'The Ripper' is leading on the scorecards at this stage, and the champion will need to dig deep if he is to retain his title.

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Ilunga Makabu v Badou Jack (Round Six)

A better round for the champion, who offers Jack no respite as he keeps the pressure on the challenger.

Jack's defence still seems secure and his movement slick, but he hasn't really hurt Makabu since knocking him down in the fourth round.

We enter the second half of the fight...

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Ilunga Makabu v Badou Jack (Round Five)

This is developing into a real thriller!

Both fighters appear confident of hurting their opponent as they exchange blows in the centre of the ring.

Jack has again enjoyed success after knocking Makabu down in the previous round, although Makabu himself still looks dangerous.

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Ilunga Makabu v Badou Jack (Round Four)

Just as the tide appeared to be turning Makabu's way, Jack drops the champion with an absolute peach of a right hand!

The fighting pride of Congo Makabu was able to recover well, though, and looks steady enough on his feet to fight on in this world title bout.

That's a 10-8 round for the challenger Jack.

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Ilunga Makabu v Badou Jack (Round Three)

The champion Makabu appears to have stepped it up a bit, with his famed power starting to push Jack back.

This one is heating up in there, with more significant blows starting to land from both fighters. We could have a real barnburner on our hands...

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Ilunga Makabu v Badou Jack (Round Two)

Jack is using his jab well here, and appears to have settled into the bout better than the reigning champion, with Makabu appearing to feel the weight of a right hand from his Swedish opponent at the start of the round.

The former two-weight champion Jack is showing all of his boxing skill out there to confuse Makabu and keep the power-puncher at bay, and his corner will likely be very pleased with the start their fighter has made out there after two rounds.

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Ilunga Makabu v Badou Jack (Round One)

Not a great deal of action in the opening round between these two wily operators, with both attempting to size the other up and find their range.

Jack has been the slightly more aggressive of the two, with the 39-year-old Swede looking comfortable in there in his first bout at cruiserweight.

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20:55 - Ilunga Makabu v Badou Jack Bet Boosts >>

We have a number of Bet Boosts available for this WBC cruiserweight title fight between Ilunga Makabu and Badou Jack:

Ilunga Makabu to win in Rounds 7-12
Was 9/2 >> Now 5/1

Badou Jack by Decision or Technical Decision
Was 5/2 >> Now 11/4

Ilunga Makabu to win in Round 5
Was 25/1 >> Now 28/1

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20:50 - Makabu v Jack Fight Preview

It seems a bit strange for a world title fight to be below a clash between a YouTuber and former reality star on tonight's billing, yet here we are...

Ilunga Makabu v Badou Jack is certainly an exciting fight for all of you hardened boxing fans out there, with the former having held the WBC cruiserweight title since 2020 and the latter having held world titles in two weight classes during his career.

Previously a world champion at super-middleweight and light-heavyweight, tonight will be 39-year-old Jack's first bout at cruiserweight, with his ability to adjust to this heavier weight a key factor in this fight against 35-year-old Makabu.

The reigning champion Makabu has not fought in over a year, however, and Jack will be looking to capitalise on any ring rust should it be displayed by his southpaw opponent.

Read our full fight preview here.

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20:40 - Coming next...

Up next we will be providing live coverage of tonight's co-main event, as Congolese-South African fighter Ilunga Makabu aims to defend his WBC Cruiserweight title against Swede Badou Jack.

Makabu is the 8/15 favourite for this one, with Jack priced at 11/8.

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20:25 - WBC ranking up for grabs for Paul

It's not just bragging rights and the opportunity to shut his critics up on offer for Jake Paul against Tommy Fury tonight, after the WBC confirmed the American will be awarded with an official ranking should he reign victorious against his British opponent.

The governing body made the announcement in a statement released last week:

“WBC President, Mauricio Sulaiman, confirms that if Jake Paul wins his upcoming bout against Tommy Fury, The WBC ratings committee will rank him in the cruiserweight division. 

“Jake Paul has been close to The WBC for several years, starting with the first event promoted in the UK when his brother, Logan, fought KSI; On that night Jake won The WBC amateur belt in the undercard fights.

“Jake has dedication and respect to the sport and The WBC will not tolerate discrimination against anyone, he deserves the opportunities that any other boxer has." 

Find out more here 

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20:15 - Derek Chisora expecting knockout

British heavyweight veteran Derek Chisora does not believe the main event between Jake Paul v Tommy Fury will go the distance, which is priced at 6/5 in tonight's SUPER BOOST.

"All I will say is, don't miss it! Someone is going to get knocked out," Chisora told us during fight week.

“I am looking forward to the fight. People have wanted to see this fight for a while, and it is finally here!

“Jake Paul looks in fantastic shape and Tommy Fury exactly the same. For me, Jake appears the more comfortable with the whole thing, he has done everything he was supposed to do. 

“He has attended both press conferences, he has done everything right and I believe he wants it more – trust me, there is going to be fireworks. It’s going to be amazing.”

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20:05 - SUPER BOOST >>>

There is also a huge SUPER BOOST on offer as Jake Paul and Tommy Fury prepare to put it all on the line in tonight's catchweight bout:

Fight to Go the Distance:
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20:00 - Experts have their say

Watch as some of the biggest names in the sport of boxing - including Carl Froch, Amanda Serrano and Shane McGuigan - discuss how they see tonight's clash between Jake Paul and Tommy Fury unfolding.


19:45 - Jake Paul v Tommy Fury AYNTK

We're now just a couple of hours away from the hotly-anticipated meeting between Jake Paul and Tommy Fury in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

To whet your appetite ahead of the main event getting underway, check out our all-encompassing All You Need To Know guide here.

19:30 - Welcome to Fight Night LIVE

Good evening and welcome to bet365's Sports and Betting news site, where we will be providing live coverage and the latest betting updates as we prepare to see the grudge match between Jake Paul and Tommy Fury settled in the ring in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul is the odds-on favourite at 7/10, with 8-0 British prospect Tommy Fury, the younger brother of the 'Gypsy King' Tyson Fury, the slight underdog at a price of 5/4.

The American Paul has set his sights on continuing to rise up the professional boxing ranks to one day become world champion, an aspiration his Mancunian opponent Fury shares.

With both fighters appearing full of confidence heading into this much-anticipated contest, a global audience will be tuning in to find out what will go down between the pair, with the fight billed as 'The Truth'.

Elsewhere on the card, the WBC Cruiserweight title is on the line between the dangerous Ilunga Makaba and the streetwise Badou Jack. whilst Badeer Samreen takes on Viorel Simion.

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