How to Watch Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury on any TV

ESPN+ will live stream the Top Rank Boxing PPV event of Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury. The bout is happening Sunday, February 26th at 2 p.m. ET at the Diriyah Arena in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia.

Just like with UFC PPV, ESPN+ has the rights to pay-per-view Top Rank boxing fights in English and Spanish. This article explains how to watch Top Rank Boxing or MMA fights on any TV without a cable TV or satellite service.

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ESPN+ will live stream the Top Rank Boxing PPV event of Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury. The bout is happening Sunday, February 26th at 2 p.m. ET at the Diriyah Arena in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia. 

Just like with UFC PPV, ESPN+ has the rights to pay-per-view Top Rank boxing fights in English and Spanish. This article explains how to watch Top Rank Boxing or MMA fights on any TV without a cable TV or satellite service.

Where to Watch Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury PPV

Many cord-cutters already know that in the U.S., ESPN+ is among the most important sports-focused streaming service for watching boxing pay per view events live. 

Sunday’s bout is available to watch in the United States as an ESPN+ PPV, which costs $49.99 for the fight and $9.99 for an ESPN+ subscription. In Canada, you can watch the Paul vs Fury fight on DAZN or

ESPN+ is available to watch through the ESPN app across Smart TVs, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, laptops, and PCs. Gamers can watch the ESPN+ on Xbox Series X, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.

Jake Paul is facing off against Tommy Fury, an undefeated British boxer, in the latest bout of Top Rank Boxing on ESPN+.

Fury is best known as a fighter who has come out of a traditional boxing background as the younger, half-brother of Heavyweight champion, Tyson Fury. The younger Fury’s name recognition got a boost for appearing on the TV dating show “Love Island U.K.” 

Some boxing fans believe Fury is primed to take down Paul. Fury has four wins by KO. But it is easy for some to dismiss Jake “The Problem Child” Paul because of his background as a YouTube star and influencer. 

Paul moved into the Combat Sports world as an underrated opponent who has so far posted an aggressive 6-0 record.

His first fight quickly ended with a first-round stoppage of another social media influencer. He has beaten MMA and former UFC Middleweight Champ Anderson Silva. He likewise bested former NBA star Nate Robinson, MMA fighter Ben Askren, and former UFC welterweight champ Tyron Woodley.

How much is Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury fight?

You need to have an ESPN+ subscription even if you only want to buy Paul vs Fury, which costs $49.99. An ESPN+ subscription costs $9.99 per month.

If you don’t have an ESPN+ subscription yet, there are a few different options to consider, especially if you want to save a few bucks.

Option 1: Buy a Top Rank Boxing PPV for $49.99 and you’ll automatically be signed up for a month-to-month ESPN+ subscription at $9.99 per month.

Option 2: You can bundle an annual ESPN+ subscription with a boxing PPV. The annual ESPN+ subscription and PPV event costs $149.98. That saves you $19.89 for an ESPN+ subscription compared to the regular monthly rate.

Option 3: If you already subscribe monthly to Hulu and/or Disney+, you might want to consider getting boxing PPV with the Disney+ bundle. Buying a single boxing pay-per-view and the Disney+ bundle costs $62.98. The Disney+ bundle (also known as the “Disney Trio” includes Disney+, Hulu and ESPN+. A subscription to the Disney+ bundle costs $12.99 per month. You can easily bundle the fight, and consolidate your subscriptions all at once. 

How to Watch Paul vs Fury FAQs

These are questions fans often ask when searching for ways to watch Top Rank Boxing events on ESPN+.

When is fight time for Paul vs Fury?

The Main Card between Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury is 2 p.m. ET in the United States. You can watch the fight by signing up for ESPN+ and purchasing the Paul vs Fury PPV

Are PPV early prelims on ESPN+?

The co-main event at 1 p.m. between former two-weight world champion Badou Jack “The Ripper” and WBC cruiserweight world champion Ilunga Makabu will stream live on ESPN+ before the Main Card. 

All three undercard fights will also be available to watch. The schedule is as follows:

MainJake Paul vs. Tommy FuryCruiserweight (185 lbs. catchweight)
Co-FeatureIlunga Makabu (C) vs. Badou JackWBC Cruiserweight (title)
UndercardZiyad Almaayouf vs. Ronald MartinezLightweight
UndercardMuhsin Cason vs. Taryel JafarovCruiserweight
UndercardBader Samreen vs. Viorel SimionLightweight

Can I record a PPV on ESPN+?

ESPN+ subscribers who buy a pay-per-view event do not need to record a fight such as Paul vs Fury. You can watch the bout later or even the next day. ESPN+ makes the fight available on-demand. After you pay for the PPV event, you can watch the fight up to 15 days after the live airing, according to an ESPN Plus help page.

Do I need ESPN Plus to order the PPV?

Yes. You do need to pay for a subscription to order a PPV, including the boxing match between Jake Paul and Tommy Fury. 

How to Watch ESPN+ PPV on Smart TVs

Most Samsung Smart TVs (2016 or newer) supports the ESPN app. You can also watch ESPN+ through the ESPN app on Smart TVs running Android TV and Google TV. Any Smart TV that carries the ESPN app in its app store allows you to watch ESPN+.

How to get ESPN+ PPV on an Amazon Fire Stick 

All Amazon Fire TV devices, including Fire TV Edition televisions, get apps from the Apps & Games section.

The voice search button on some remote controls is a decent short cut for hunting down apps. You can say “ESPN app” and select it for download. 

If that doesn’t work for some reason, then the traditional method is short and simple: 

1) Hold down the Home button on the Fire TV remote

2) Select “apps” under the menu

3) Then select ESPN under streaming apps

How to watch ESPN+ PPV on Roku

The ESPN app can be found within Roku Channels. Here’s how to quickly add ESPN+ and start watching a PPV fight.

1) Turn on your Roku or Roku TV

2) Select Streaming Channels from the left column menu

3) Select Search Channels

4) Type in ‘ESPN’ then select the ESPN+ app

5) Choose Add Channel 

6) Select the ESPN app from the Home Screen

7) Login with Email and Password

Watching ESPN Plus to Xbox One and XBox Series X

Getting the ESPN app on Xbox One takes a few simple steps:

1) Go to “Store” tab at the top of the home screen

2) Once within the Microsoft Store, scroll down to Search

3) Type in “ESPN”

Then just confirm you want to download the ESPN app. You can sign in to your ESPN+ account with your email and password.

Watching ESPN+ on PS4 or PS5

You can add the ESPN+ app to PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 5 just like any other app or game:

1) Go to PlayStation Store

2) Select the search bar

3) Type in ESPN

4) Download the ESPN app

5) Login with email and password

Sign up for ESPN+ and Top Ranking Boxing PPV

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