Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder will share the boxing once again in a trilogy fight for the WBC and the Ring magazine heavyweight championship on October 9 inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Fury remains undefeated in his professional boxing career. Meanwhile, Wilder suffered the first loss of his professional career at the hands of Fury, and it’s needless to say that boxing fans are excited to witness both the heavyweight elites go at it once again.
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So what time is Fury vs Wilder 3? When can the fans in the UK watch Fury vs Wilder 3? Here’s everything you need to know about the highly anticipated trilogy fight between Fury and Wilder set to go down on October 9 inside T-Mobile Arena in Nevada, Las Vegas.
When is Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 3? – How to stream, where to watch, and more
Boxing fans in the UK can watch Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 3 at 5 am on Sunday, October 10. The undercard will get underway by 12:30 am for fans in the UK. You can stream the fight on the BT Sports website or the Box Office app.
Boxing fans in the US can watch the fight at 7pm PT / 10pm ET. The fight is jointly promoted by Fox Sports and ESPN+
In Australia, you can buy the PPV at $59.95 on Main Event.
Here’s the complete undercard of Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 3.
- Tyson Fury (c) vs Deontay Wilder – WBC and The Ring Heavyweight titles
- Efe Ajagba vs Frank Sánchez – Heavyweight
- Robert Helenius vs Adam Kownacki – Heavyweight
- Jared Anderson vs Vladimir Tereshkin – Heavyweight
Can Wilder knockout Fury?
Wilder certainly has what it takes to knock out Tyson Fury. He has shown in the past that he has the power enough to topple a heavyweight like Tyson Fury. However, it will be easier said than done. Fury is extremely talented, with great head movement, and footwork that it’s tough to move at his pace as a heavyweight boxer. As evident from the rematch, Wilder had a hard time connecting shots on Fury, absorbing great damage in return.
One expects a similar result this time around as well, but that’s not saying that Wilder’s one punch is not a trouble. I feel the only way Wilder gets this is if he comes out aggressive and tries to finish Fury as early as possible.
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