Jake Paul Reveals He Made $30 Million From Tommy Fury Fight Despite Loss

Photo: Instagram/Jake Paul 

Jake Paul and Tommy Fury recently had a close fight, which Fury won through a split decision.

Despite the result, Jake Paul made a significant amount of money from the fight.

Before the fight, Jake made an interesting bet with Fury, stating that he would double Fury's earnings if he won, but Fury would receive nothing if Jake won.

Photo: Instagram/Jake Paul 

DJ Akademiks shared a video on Instagram revealing that Jake Paul earned $30 million from his bout with Tommy Fury.

Even though he lost, he will be content knowing that he made a lot of money from one night of work due to strong PPV buys.

However, it remains to be seen if he will continue to be a big draw following this loss.

On the other hand, Tommy Fury's career will receive a significant boost from this win, and it could be the start of a long unbeaten streak in boxing with the right guidance.

For now, Jake Paul is no longer undefeated, and he must contemplate his next move in his boxing career.

Regardless of the result, both fighters put on an entertaining show for their fans, and the match was closely contested.

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