Jake Paul Updates Fans on Final PPV Numbers and Claims it was ‘Probably Biggest Fight of the Year’


Jake Paul may have lost to Tommy Fury on Sunday night, but it seems like the pay-per-view (PPV) sales of their fight will ease his disappointment.

The YouTube personality recently gave fans an update on the final PPV numbers, claiming it may be the “biggest fight of the year” in terms of sales figures.

Paul and Fury’s two-year grudge finally came to an end in Saudi Arabia, with Fury emerging as the victor in an eight-round bout.

Despite the fight not being a classic, it generated enough interest to make it a successful business venture.

During a recent episode of his “BS” podcast, Paul revealed some details about the PPV numbers and the financial aspect of the fight.

He stated, “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.”

Logan, Paul’s brother, asked about the numbers, to which Jake responded, “It’s probably coming in at, like, over half a million buys, but still totalling everything.”

While the number is just an estimate, it could mean a total of $25,000,000 in sales if it only includes US numbers.

Despite the defeat, Paul is already planning his next moves in the boxing world. He expressed his interest in a rematch with Fury, saying, “I think the rematch – I’ve got to go get that back.”

Additionally, he shared that there are still many names out there for him to fight, which indicates that he has no plans of slowing down anytime soon.

Logan Paul seems to have already set his sights on a potential rematch between his brother, Jake, and Tommy Fury. In fact, he even went as far as to suggest that if the rematch doesn’t happen, he would be more than willing to step into the ring himself.

During a recent episode of his “Impaulsive” podcast, Logan shared his thoughts on the matter, stating, “If you don’t [rematch], I’d like to handle that. That was my first instinct, obviously. Inflatable arm-ass motherf***er.”

While Logan may have been joking about taking on Fury, there is a clause in the contract for a potential rematch between Jake Paul and Tommy Fury. So, it’s more likely that the two fighters will face off again rather than Logan getting a chance to take on the British boxer.

As for the rematch between Jake Paul and Tommy Fury, fans will have to wait and see if it happens. Despite Jake’s loss in their first fight, there’s a good chance that a rematch will be just as lucrative, if not more so.

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