- The KSI vs. Tommy Fury boxing match will take place on October 14th in Manchester, UK, generating a lot of excitement.
- Fans can order the PPV card from DAZN for £19.99 in the UK or $54.99 in the US to watch the fight.
- In the undercard, Logan Paul will face either Dillon Danis or Mike Perry, with Paul expected to win by an early knockout.
Fans are just over a month away from seeing YouTube celebrity KSI and professional boxer Tommy Fury clash in Manchester, England. Nicknamed ‘The PRIME Card’, it also features the return of Logan Paul to the boxing ring in the co-main event. In his first boxing match in over two years, he will face Conor McGregor’s teammate, Dillon Danis. The longtime jiu-jitsu star has made things very personal with the WWE superstar since the fight’s announcement.
The DAZN pay-per-view undercard for the event is still being filled out as of now. Set for October 14th in the U.K., the few fight announcements have already generated a lot of excitement. While the card is far from finalized, here’s what you should know ahead of next month’s KSI vs. Tommy Fury event. Every boxing match announced on the card itself as of now can be found below.
When Will KSI Vs. Tommy Fury Take Place?
The card will take place on Saturday, October 14.
Where Will KSI Vs. Tommy Fury Take Place?
The card will occur at Manchester’s AO Arena in Manchester, United Kingdom.
Where Can I Watch KSI Vs. Tommy Fury?
Fans can order the PPV card from DAZN for £19.99 in the UK, or $54.99 in the US.
Who Else Is On The Undercard?
Salt Papi vs. Slim
Whindersson Nunes vs. My Mate Nate
King Kenny vs. Anthony Taylor
Tag Team Boxing
MF Lightweight Title: Deen The Great vs. Walid Sharks 2
In the main event of Misfits Boxing 003, Deen The Great and Walid Sharks put on a war. Arguably still the greatest fight in promotional history, the two traded massive blows. All in all, there were multiple knockdowns in their first fight, with Deen The Great winning by third-round knockout. In the process, he became the first Misfits lightweight champion.
Nearly a year later, they will go head-to-head on the undercard of KSI vs. Tommy Fury. They’ve both notched wins since then, but one has to figure that Walid Sharks will even up the series in October. In their first fight, he was dominating until the sudden finish in the third round. If he can clean things up and avoid taking big damage, one has to figure he’ll even things up at 1-1. Given how their first fight went, fans can expect a finish here.
Bridgerweight: Logan Paul vs. Dillon Danis Or Mike Perry
Over two years on from Logan Paul’s exhibition boxing match with Floyd Mayweather, he will return. In October, he will face Dillon Danis, a former Bellator MMA fighter holding a 2-0 record. However, both those wins came by way of submission, as he’s far more versed on the ground than on the feet.
The build of this fight has seen Danis regularly attack Paul’s fiancee Nina Agdal, leading to the model suing him. While he might feel that he’s having some good insults in the build to the bout, fight night likely won’t be pretty. Paul is much bigger, the more versed boxer of the two, and has a lot of motivation leading into this one. Expect ‘The Maverick’ to win by an early knockout.
There is now a new wrinkle to the story. Apparently, MMA fighter Mike Perry has now said that he will be replacing Danis in the fight against Paul. Perry has most recently been competiting in Bare Knuckle Boxing where he holds a 3-0. As with anything involving Dillon Danis it is difficult to say if this change of opponent is legitimate, but if it is it certainly makes for a much tougher fight for Logan Paul.
The betting odds for the originally planned Logan Paul vs Dillon Danis is -580 for Paul and +450 for Danis.
Cruiserweight: KSI (+280) vs. Tommy Fury (-400)
Tommy Fury and KSI went face-to-face after the latter’s no-contest with Joe Fournier in May. ‘The Nightmare’ has long stated that he wanted to face ‘TNT’ because he wanted to do what Jake Paul couldn’t. In February, Fury famously defeated KSI’s longtime rival by a split decision in Saudi Arabia.
Unfortunately for the YouTuber, he’s also badly outgunned going into this matchup. While KSI arguably has solid power and a gas tank, that won’t matter against a boxer as capable as Tommy Fury. Expect the former Love Island star to dominate on fight night, and likely get a finish. If he can get through Jake Paul, who is the far more dangerous YouTube boxer, he’ll be able to get through KSI.