Tommy Fury and Jake Paul ‘set for rematch with shock date already suggested’ following Brit star’s split-decision win

THE date for the rematch between Tommy Fury and Jake Paul has already been set, according to reports.

The Brit beat the American via a split-decision on February 26.

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And the second bout between the two will supposedly take place as soon as July.

It remains unclear where it will happen after the first was held in Saudi Arabia.

ESPN claim the summer is being eyed after the Youtuber-turned-boxer exercised his clause to try again to beat Fury.

Straight after his defeat, Paul stated he wished to have a second fight, saying: “We can run it back. I think we deserve that rematch.”

Meanwhile, Fury suggested he was also up for it: “This is my first main event. If he wants a rematch, bring it on.”

The ex-Love Island star is confident that he will win again.

Fury said: “I believe in the rematch I will stop him.

“You know [in] the first fight I’ve never been eight rounds before so you’re just a bit weary of what’s in your tank and how the fight is going to go.


“But I’ve now been in the ring with him once, I know what to expect.”

A potential second fight comes after it took two failed attempts to get them in the ring.

In December 2021, Tyson‘s younger brother pulled out due to a broken rib.

The clash was then rearranged for August 2022, but with the fight set to take place in the United States, it was cancelled due to visa problems.