The celebrity boxers Jake Paul and Tommy Fury will lock horns in a highly-anticipated bout tonight in Saudi Arabia. The bragging rights, as well as lucrative money will be on the line. This article will shed light on the Paul vs. Fury purse and salaries.
Paul vs. Fury Purse and PPV Share
Jake “The Problem Child” Paul will receive a guaranteed purse of $3.2 million for his fight against Tommy Fury. The 26-year-old will pocket 65% of the PPV revenues.
On the other hand, the British boxer Tommy Fury will take home a $2 million guaranteed purse for his fight against Jake Paul, plus 35% of the pay-per-view revenues.
|Boxers||Guaranteed Purse||PPV Share|
|Jake Paul||$3.2 million||65%|
|Tommy Fury||$2 million||35%|
Paul will look to improve his professional boxing record to 7-0 with a win tonight. The 26-year-old cruiserweight beat the former UFC middleweight Anderson Silva via a unanimous decision in October 2022.
Another side of the ring, Tommy Fury boasts an 8-0 professional boxing record, with 4 wins via KO/TKO. However, Fury has only faced regional boxers, and “The Problem Child” could be a real problem for “TNT”.
Tommy Fury is the half-brother of the world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury. “TNT” defeated Daniel Bocianski in his last fight in April 2022.
How Much Will Jake Paul Earn?
The Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury is a highly-anticipated pay-per-view bout. After tonight’s fight, Paul will take home an estimated $25 million total payout, including the $3.2 million guaranteed purse and the 65% PPV share.
How Much Will Tommy Fury Earn?
Fury is in line to pocket an estimated $7 million total payout after his fight against Jake Paul, including the 35% PPV share.
Celebrity boxers are expected to generate a huge PPV amount.
Double or Nothing!
There’s a “Double or Nothing” scenario developing between Paul and Fury. If it really happens,
- If Tommy Fury wins, his fight payout will be doubled.
- If Jake Paul wins, Fury walks away with nothing.
However, nothing has been confirmed yet. This could only be a stunt to attract huge pay-per-view sales.