Jake Paul reveals Tommy Fury PPV numbers 'off the f***ing charts' as he labels it 'biggest fight of the year' | The Sun
JAKE PAUL claims his battle against Tommy was the “biggest fight of the year.”
That’s after revealing the PPV numbers were “off the f***ing charts.”
Paul and Fury finally settled their feud in the boxing ring on Sunday in Saudi Arabia.
Fury emerged the victor after an eight-round bonanza, taking the win on points.
And the duo are now ready to dive into talks again for a rematch.
It’s no surprise they want a second fight too after Paul revealed the staggering numbers behind Sunday’s bout.
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He claims the fight is already the biggest of the year after shifting half-a-million purchases on PPV.
The event was flogged for £19.95 in the UK, while US fans had to pay $49.99 to watch it.
Paul told his brother Logan: “I guess the silver lining is that the pay-per-views are off the f***ing charts, probably going to be the biggest fight of the year.
“It’s going to be hard to contend with, maybe Ryan Garcia and Gervonta Davis.”
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Logan replied: “No way, what are the numbers?”
Paul added: “It’s probably coming in at like, over half a million buys, but still totalling everything.
“So the business is great, obviously there’s still so many names out there for me to fight.
“I want to do the rematch with Tommy, but I think all of those fights are still there and still massive.
“I think the rematch — I’ve got to go get that back.”
Fury had similar thoughts when he appeared on Good Morning Britain today.
He said: “The rematch is something that I’m definitely wanting because I believe in the rematch I will stop him.
“You know the first fight I’ve never been eight rounds before, so you’re just a bit wary of what’s in your tank and how the fight is going to go.
“But I’ve been in the ring with him once, I know what to expect.”
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