Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury tickets on sale – and ringside seats will not come cheap

Jake Paul and Tommy Fury will finally face off in their highly-anticipated boxing fight on December 18 at the Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida.

Tickets are now on sale for the eight-round celebrity clash between the YouTube sensation and former Love Island runner-up Fury, with ringside seats costing up to a whopping $2,500 (£1,865).

Paul’s last fight came against former UFC star Tyron Woodley, where tickets started at $10 and rose to $500 depending on the package, as the American furthered his record to 7-0.

Meanwhile, professional boxer Fury, 22, fought on the undercard of Paul vs Woodley and defeated his rival’s sparring partner Anthony Taylor on points.

And 24-year-old social media troll Paul believes the fight is the “perfect match-up” as the two look to settle their feud.

Speaking at Monday’s press conference, Paul said: "Tommy Fury hasn't been tested so we will see how he responds. That's the beautiful thing about this fight is the unknown.

"Is he actually a Fury? Or will we find out that he's just a half Fury. Does he have the heart like his brother, or is he just living in the shadow of his brother?

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"This is also my first time fighting a 'real boxer'. He's undefeated, young, same age, same height and weight. So it's really a perfect matchup.”

Fury has so far won all seven of his fights since turning professional in 2018, with three being won by decision.

The youngster is currently being trained by his world heavyweight champion brother Tyson, who is coming off the back of a historic victory over Deontay Wilder last month.

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Fury said: “I took this away from his fight with Tyron Woodley. The man got a split-decision win. That means you only just won against a 40-year-old retired UFC fighter.

"My god, well done. Good job, mate. You just about beat a 40-year-old man. When you get in there with a fresh 22-year-old whose been doing this all his life, you’re going to wish you stuck to paying UFC fighters off and basketball players.

"You should have gone and fought Tiger Woods, not somebody who has done it his whole life because you’re in for a big shock. You’re the one who is going to crumble."

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