THE ringwalk time for Jake Paul's fight with Tommy Fury in Saudi Arabia has been CONFIRMED – and it's good news for UK fans.
The celebrity boxing rivals at last settle their score after Fury twice pulled out before amid injury and US visa issues.
His Stateside travel ban leaves him unable to fight in America with the grudge match instead travelling to the Middle East.
But the ringwalk will accommodate those watching in UK, as was the case for the two times Anthony Joshua boxed in Saudi.
According to a pay-per-view press release from BT Box Office, the duo will make their way to the ring at 9.30pm.
For those in America, that is 4.30 in the afternoon Eastern Time or 1.30pm Pacific.
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Paul, 26, comes into the fight at 6-0 but faces his first opponent with a recognised boxing record.
That follows after wins over ex-MMA champions Ben Askren, 38, Tyron Woodley, 40, and Anderson Silva, 47.
The YouTuber-turned boxer has prepared for the fight almost 800 miles away in Dubai.
Meanwhile Fury, 23, is now flying out to Saudi following a training camp in Manchester and Bolton.
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The stakes have been raised even more after the WBC announced Paul will earn a world ranking if he wins.
Any challenger for the world title must be ranked within the top 15, meaning he is one victory away from a title shot.
Badou Jack, 39, challenges Ilunga Makabu, 35, for the cruiserweight title on Paul's undercard.
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