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How to live stream Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder fight online and on TV


The talking will stop tonight when Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury walk to the ring for their heavyweight rematch.

A fight that has been 14 months in the making, the pair have traded trash talk all week in Las Vegas ahead of the biggest fight in the division for a generation.

Pundits, experts and fans are all divided on the outcome of the sequel after Fury claimed he will be looking for the knockout, rather than the points decision he came so close to winning last time out.

If you can’t be ringside in Sin City, here is everything you need in order to watch the fight from the comfort of your own home…

What TV channel is the fight on?

The fight will only be shown on BT Sport Box Office in the UK at a price of £24.95. To book the fight, visit bt.com/sportboxoffice .

BT TV customers can use their remote to order the fight by pressing the ‘BT Player’ button and the choosing ‘Buy Now’.

Sky TV customers can also buy the fight using their remote if you have bought a pay-per-view from BT Sport before.

The programme will start at midnight with the first hour available for free on BT Sport 1 before the encryption kicks in.


Tyson Fury 10/11

Deontay Wilder 10/11

Draw 20/1

Click here to bet with bet365

*Odds subject to change

How do I live stream the fight?

Fury vs Wilder can be streamed either online or via the BT Sport Box Office app, but will still cost £24.95. Click here for full instructions.

EE, Three, Vodafone and O2 customers watching online or via the app can choose to add the payment to their mobile bill.

The fight will also be compatible with Google Chromecast and Apple Airplay.

Can I record the fight on BT Sport?

It is not possible to record the fight on BT Sport Box Office. If you are unable to watch the fight live, the bout will be replayed every hour from 9am on Sunday until 11pm on Monday. The replays will only show the main event.

What time will the fight start?

The fight is expected to start at 9pm local time which will be 5am in the UK. Fights tend to start earlier in Las Vegas than in the UK but that still means either staying up late or setting an early alarm.

Who is on the undercard?

There is a packed undercard before the main event and you can watch the final three bouts (plus Fury vs Wilder) on BT Sport Box Office. Here is the undercard in full:

Emanuel Navarrete vs Jeo Santisima

Sebastian Fundora vs Daniel Lewis

Charles Martin vs Gerald Washington

Amir Imam vs Javier Molina

Gabriel Flores Jr vs Matt Conway

Isaac Lowe vs Alberto Guevara

Lindolfo Delgado vs Petros Ananyan

Rolando Romero vs Arturs Ahmetovs

Vito Mielnicki Jr vs Stephen Dailey





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