Jake Paul has his next boxing match booked and it will be taking place in Saudi Arabia. The YouTuber is booked to take on Tommy Fury in Ryadh.

This is the third time that the undefeated fighters have been booked to face off. Fury has pulled out of matches with Paul on two previous occasions.

The Englishman, whose brother Tyson Fury is currently the beast heavyweight in the world, also puled out of his last fight after missing weight by over 10lbs.


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The two men are both undefeated but have also faced questions about the calibre of their opponents. Jake Paul made his name as a YouTuber While Fury is famous for having appeared on reality TV show Love Island.

But while Jake Paul has forced the cynics to start taking his boxing career seriously with wins over some well known mixed martial artists Fury has a reputation for missing weight and pulling out of fights.  Both men were in Dubai for a boxing card that featured Floyd Mayweather fighting a YouTuber last November.

Fury’s fight was rescheduled at the last minute when he missed weight and he beat the late replacement easily. Afterwards his father had to be restrained after trying to attack Jake Paul who was commentating,


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Real test

Paul (6-0) has beaten mixed martial artists Tyron Woodley, Ben Askren and Anderson Silva. The latter did have a split decision win over former WBC middleweight champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr on his record.

Fury (8-0) began his career competing against journeyman opponents with awful records. But last year he beat a Polish opponent with a more impressive resume on the undercard of one of his brother’s fights to establish his credentials as a serious boxer.

Fury normally competes at 175lbs while Paul weighed 186lbs for his last contest. However the former came in at 181.4lbs ahead of his exhibition bout in Dubai which suggests the weight difference will not be insurmountable.

Jake Paul has 21.8 million followers on Instagram while Fury has 4.3mn. This is sure to be a lucrative fight for both men but only one is likely to emerge with their reputation intact.