TOMMY FURY makes his big US debut against MMA star Anthony Taylor this weekend on the undercard of Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley in Ohio.
The fight will be the seventh of unbeaten Fury’s fledgling pro career and his first on American soil.
In his way is Bellator fighter ‘Pretty Boy’ Taylor, who also just happens to be Jake Paul’s sparring partner…
Tommy Fury vs Anthony Taylor: When is fight and what time does it start?
- Tommy Fury vs Anthony Taylor takes place on Sunday, August 29.
- The fight is on the undercard of Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley.
- Ring walk times for the fight are expected around 3am BST.
- While the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland, Ohio – Paul’s home town – plays host.
Tommy Fury vs Anthony Taylor: What TV channel and live stream is it on?
- Fury vs Taylor will be shown live on BT Sport Box Office in the UK.
- You can purchase the event for £16.95 by clicking HERE.
- The card will be shown live on ShowTime in the US, with a price of $59.99.
- BT Sport Box Office also showed Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr last November, which featured Jake Paul vs Nate Robinson on the undercard.
How the fighters compare
What is the full Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley undercard?
Brit heavyweight Daniel Dubois will also be making his US debut, when he takes on Joe Cusumano on a stacked card after the Fury and Paul bouts.
What have they said?
Tommy Fury: “Anthony, you ain’t going to be so pretty after the 29th mate – I’m going to smash all the front of your face clean in and that’s a promise.
“And after I’ve done you, you little Oompa Loompa, I’m coming for your best pal Jake Paul, because the both of you couldn’t beat him in the same night together.
“So, I look forward to seeing you on fight week because talk’s cheap and I want you to say it to my face, and see how brave you are then.
“I’ll see you soon boys, take it easy.”
Anthony Taylor: “I think it’s a disrespect to the sport, in my eyes and to many people’s eyes that understand boxing.
“He’s not a boxer. A boxer does not fight guys with ten wins and 126 losses. I can see if he fought a guy that was 1-2, 2-1, 3-3, 4-5, OK, 7-4.
“I can see if you fought those type of opponents with those records, then people can say, ‘OK, you’re actually not bad’.
“You don’t see a Ryan Garcia fighting guys on his debut with 0 wins and 26 losses. We don’t see Ryan Garcia fight a guy that’s, OK four wins eight losses.
“OK, let’s see, two wins, one loss, third fight, ten wins, five losses.”