The highly anticipated boxing match between YouTube star Jake Paul and professional boxer Tommy Fury is set to take place on April 17th, 2021. The fight has been highly anticipated by fans of both fighters, and many are wondering if there is a rematch clause in place for the fight.
The answer is yes, there is a rematch clause in place for the fight. According to the official rules of the fight, if either fighter wins by a decision, then the loser has the right to demand a rematch. This means that if the fight goes the full 12 rounds and is decided by the judges, then the loser can demand a rematch.
The fight is scheduled to be 12 rounds, with each round lasting three minutes. This is the standard length for a professional boxing match, and is the same length as the fight between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder.
The fight between Jake Paul and Tommy Fury is sure to be an exciting one, and fans of both fighters are eagerly awaiting the outcome. With the rematch clause in place, it is possible that the fight could go the full 12 rounds and be decided by the judges. If that happens, then the loser will have the right to demand a rematch.
No matter what the outcome of the fight is, it is sure to be an exciting one. Fans of both fighters are eagerly awaiting the outcome, and the rematch clause ensures that the fight will be a fair one.