Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury II, LIVE: What time is the ring walk and how to watch the rematch in Las Vegas?
Not long now until Deontay Wilder defends his WBC heavyweight title for the second time against Tyson Fury as they both look to finally put to rest who the winner of the first fight was following a controversial draw 448 days ago.
Fury has vowed to knockout Wilder in the second round having dumped Ben Davison as his trainer for Javan ‘Sugarhill’ Steward, as the British heavyweight looks for more power whilst keeping his light footwork and speed.
The Bronze Bomber will be hunting for an early knockout that keeps the Gyspy King down after dropping Fury to the canvas in the 12th round in their first fight, only to miraculously beat the count following an Undertaker-like resurrection.
Both fighters have come into this Las Vegas fight at T-Mobile Arena heavier, with the Bronze Bomber weighing 16st 7lbs and Gypsy King 19st 7lbs.
What time will Wilder vs Fury start?
The ring walk for Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury rematch is expected to take place about 5am on Sunday UK time – which is 9pm in Las Vegas on Saturday.
The undercard for this fight takes place from around 10pm UK time on Saturday – which is 2pm local time.
How can I watch the rematch?
In the UK, the Wilder-Fury fight will be on BT Sport Box Office for £24.95.
If you’re a BT TV Customer then you can buy and watch BT Sport Box Office events on BT TV, channel 494. Whilst If you’ve got a Sky box , you can buy and watch a BT Sport Box Office event through your TV on channel 490.
The fight will be available on ESPN+. Existing customers can purchase the fight for $79.99 with new customers able to get a bundle package for $84.98 which includes one match access to the streaming service and to Wilder-Fury fight.
You can also watch on FOX Sports PPV and can be stream by the FOX Sports App or any streaming device as the above.
LIVE UPDATES: Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury 2
Sportsmail’s Ollie Lewis will provide live commentary and build-up of Wilder-Fury rematch from 7pm US (PT)/3am UK time with round by round boxing updates from Las Vegas.
From dipping knuckles in petrol to training with Conor McGregor
Tyson Fury has being making all the headlines ahead his rematch with Deontay Wilder from claims of his method for keeping his testosterone levels high, using petrol to toughen up his knuckles to training with UFC sensation Conor McGregor.
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What have both fighters been up to for the last 448 days?
Check out what both fighters have been up to including Gyspy King’s WWE debut whilst Wilder delivered two more devastating KOs.
Good day to all followers!
Only 16 hours left until Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury’s long awaited rematch!
448 days have gone by since they last fought as both heavyweights look to finally settle who won the first fight, following a controversial split decision draw on December 2018.
The current favourite to win the bout in Las Vegas is Deontay Wilder who is EVENS to win whilst Tyson Fury is 21/20 on Betfair.
H2H: Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury
Deontay Wilder aka Bronze Bomber
Height: 6ft 7in
Weight: 16st 7lbs (231lbs)
KO Wins: 41
Last 3 Fights:
23 November 2019: Luiz Ortiz – Won by seventh round KO
18 May 2019: Dominic Breazeale – Won by first round KO
1 December 2018: Tyson Fury – Draw by split decision
Tyson Fury aka Gypsy King
Height: 6ft 9in
Weight: 19st 7lb (273lbs)
KO Wins: 20
Last 3 Fights:
14 September 2020: Otto Wallin – Won by Unanimous Decision
15 June 2020: Tom Schwarz – Won by second round TKO
1 December 2018: Deontay Wilder – Draw by split decision
Wilder vs Fury 2 – Undercard
- Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury – WBC Heavyweight Title Fight
- Charles Martin vs Gerald Washington – Heavyweight Contest
- Emanuel Navarrete vs Jeo Santisima – WBO Super Bantam Title Fight
- Amir Ahmed Imam vs Javier Molina – Welterweight Contest
- Isaac Lowe vs Alberto Guevara – Featherweight Contest
- Subriel Matias vs Petros Ananyan – Welterweight Contest
- Sebastian Fundora vs Daniel Lewis – Super Welterweight Contest
- Gabriel Flores Jr vs Matt Conway – Lightweight Contest
- Rolando Romero vs Arturs Ahmetovs – Super Lightweight Contest
- Vito Mielnicki Jr vs Corey Champion – Welterweight Contest
Wilder vs Fury Odds
- Deontay Wilder – 1/1
- Tyson Fury – 21/20
- Draw: 22/1
Method of winning:
- Wilder by KO, TKO or Disqualification – 6/5
- Wilder by Decision or Technical Decision – 10/1
- Fury by KO, TKO or Disqualification – 4/1
- Fury by Decision or Technical Decision – 15/8
*Odds courtesy of Betfair
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