Time, channel, price, and a link to a live stream of "Fury vs. Wilder 3" in the United Kingdom
Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder square off this weekend in Las Vegas in their blockbuster trilogy fight, with Fury defending his WBC heavyweight title for the first time.
Fury is expected to raise his hand, as he did 20 months ago when he surprised many observers by using aggressive tactics to hand a bloodied and broken Wilder his first professional defeat.
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This time, Wilder promised "redemption, retaliation, and retribution" as he seeks vengeance for a previous defeat.
While Fury is expected to stick with the same strategy that helped him win the world title for the second time, all eyes will be on whether Wilder (42-1-1, 41KOs) has made any changes.
Everything you need to know about the fight is listed below:
What time is it in the UK? Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury on
Tyson Fury v Deontay Wilder is taking place across the pond at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas this weekend, on the evening of Saturday, October 9 local time But for viewers in the UK, their fight is set to begin at around 4am
Fury vs. Wilder TV channel, price, and live stream information
For viewers in the UK, coverage of Fury vs. Wilder will be available exclusively on BT Sport Box Office beginning at midnight on Saturday, October 9. It costs £24 95 and can be accessed via BT Sport.
If you're watching on BT TV, you can purchase the fight by going to the BT Player or channel 494.
There are various options for Sky customers, which you can view here.
If you're a Virgin Media customer, you can buy on your TV box by going to the On Demand section and select from Live Events
Customers of BT Sport can also watch the fight online or via the app.
If you’re an EE, O2, Vodafone or Three customer, you can add the payment to your phone bill
Who is on the Fury v Wilder undercard
The undercard is expected to start around 1am UK time, with the main event likely to take place around 4am, depending on how long the undercard fights last
The complete undercard is as follows:
Frank Sanchez vs. Efe Ajagba
Robert Helenius vs Adam Kownacki
Vladimir Tereshkin vs. Jared Anderson
Orlando Gonzalez vs. Robeisy Ramirez
Marcelo Esteban Coceres vs. Edgar Berlanga
What happened in the first two Fury v Wilder fights
The pair first fought in December 2018 and an action-packed first fight left plenty of viewers talking, as Wilder was declared the winner but many disputed whether Fury could win a rematch
In February 2020, Wilder was soundly defeated by an in-form and ruthless Fury, who took the attack to Wilder and stopped him in the seventh round.
In the aftermath, Wilder made several strange excuses, ranging from the weight of his ring walk costume draining his legs to the completely unfounded claim Fury had loaded gloves, and fired trainer Mark Breland, replacing him with former heavyweight Malik Scott.
However, his request for Fury to honor his contractual obligation for a third fight was granted by a US arbitrator, effectively ending the Briton's hopes of a much-anticipated domestic clash with Anthony Joshua this summer.
A July date for this trilogy fight was pushed back after Fury contracted Covid-19 while on vacation in the UK with wife Paris, who gave birth to daughter Athena, who spent several days in an intensive care unit.
Fury stepped up his preparations for Wilder in September after revealing his sixth child was in full health and is now fully focused on extending his unbeaten professional record at the T-Mobile Arena
Despite a hampered preparation, he is the favorite.
What they said during their press conference row
With Fury defending his WBC title against the fighter he defeated to become champion, it was unsurprising that previous events were brought up during this week's press conference.
That second fight, as well as Wilder's unfounded allegations of cheating, sparked a heated debate.
Wilder had previously stated that Fury had only won their second fight because of deceptive tactics, saying, "I don't regret it, I will go to my grave believing in what I believe in." "
However, in his closing remarks, Fury, who was accused of tampering with his gloves without evidence last time out, questioned why Wilder had brought in new trainer Malik Scott and overhauled his preparation for this trilogy contest.
"I ask myself, if I only won because I cheated, what was the point of changing everything and doing all this other work?" Fury said.
"Deep down in his soul, he knows that he lost and he'll lose again He'll be back working at the fast food restaurant where he started his career after this fight. It's retirement for him
"You're in denial and you're getting knocked out Do yourself a favor and retire; your legacy is shattered, and no matter what excuses you make, you've been destroyed. No one's even believed you, everyone's laughing at you You're a weak man "
Wilder countered that he saw "nervous energy" from his opponent, but as tensions rose, Fury's co-promoter Bob Arum shouted from off the stage that there would be no head-to-head at the end of an tense affair.
What have both parties said?
Tyson Fury: "All these fights are exactly the same to me: I've got some guy trying to take my head off with punches, no matter whether it is Deontay Wilder or whoever it may be
"It doesn't really matter because it's a Tyson Fury roadshow that's been going on for 13 years." I train every day of my life, usually twice a day; I eat, sleep, train, and repeat.
"I've had a few personal problems at home but there's always going to be some type of problem or hurdle to get over in life
"I had a little baby girl who was born seven and a half weeks ago and she was very unwell for a minute or two and I was there for two weeks in the hospital with her
"I knew if I got that hurdle out of the way, everything would be fine and I'd be able to focus on the fight." That's exactly what I did The baby is completely at home, the family is happy, and daddy only has to do his job now. "
Deontay Wilder: "I am ready to go now I dedicated myself, my time and my body, myself and my team, and reinvented ourselves. I am ready to reintroduce myself to the world
"There's no pressure on me When you have nothing to lose there's no pressure at all All the pressure is on him There is nothing to lose and everything to gain
"Prepare yourself on the battlefield and get ready for war because this is going to be an amazing fight As you see, I'm wearing my red outfit so I want to beckon blood and I'm looking forward to it "
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