Jake Paul and Tommy Fury will undergo PED tests ahead of February boxing date

Fans are eagerly anticipating Jake Paul’s forthcoming match with Tommy Fury, the brother of Tyson Fury. Ariel Helwani recently disclosed a favourable development about the bout.

Ahead of a potential boxing match, Helwani tweeted that Paul and Fury had both willingly signed up for drug testing. Helwani tweeted:

“Jake Paul and Tommy Fury are both enrolled in the @Vada_Testing program for their Feb. 25 fight, per sources. The fight, which has yet to be officially announced, is scheduled to take place in Saudi Arabia. (@InsideFighting_ first reported the location.) ”

Helwani said that the venue would be in Saudi Arabia and that the bout would happen on February 25. The confirmation of the match had earlier been announced earlier. The promotion and organization of the match will be carried out by Jake Paul’s Most Valuable Promotions.

Previous attempts to organize a match between the two were unsuccessful for a variety of reasons, including visa hurdles and injury concerns.

Jake Paul discussed Ngannou’s free agency on Twitter by writing:

“Francis Ngannou is the baddest man on the planet & is a free agent bc he chose to be. He’s the heavyweight champ in MMA & will be until he loses. They [UFC] are not happy about this. But it’s reality, & they have to deal with it. They have to live with that everyday. @francis_ngannou”

Jake Paul recently stated that he would be making his mixed martial arts debut in the PFL’s new super division after signing with the organization.

Francis Ngannou posted a picture of his family on New Year’s Eve, where one of his family members was wearing a PFL t-shirt. Since Francis Ngannou is a free agent now, it is possible that he could join Paul at the promotion.

Ngannou seems more interested in boxing but Tyson Fury seems to be targeting Usyk boxing clash and it’s unclear when he can make an exhibition with Ngannou happen.