Jake Paul and Tommy Fury are finally set to end their long-running feud when they meet on February 26 in Saudi Arabia.
The pair began taking verbal shots at each other on social media in 2021 and went onto book two fights which were then cancelled at late notice.
Paul will travel to London this weekend and face off with Fury during the Artur Beterbiev vs. Anthony Yarde card. This will be the first time the two will have come face to face since this past November when Paul was ringside for Fury's exhibition bout against Rolly Lambert in Dubai.
The American made mocking remarks towards Fury and led to a firery confrontation with John Fury who had to be held back by ringside security.
After the two proposed dates stateside fell through, Paul was willing to fight Fury in any setting and even offered to travel to Manchester, Fury's hometown to make the matchup.
Now they will finally go head-to-head in Saudi Arabia where they are likely to receive career-high paydays.