Fury vs Wilder 3: Date, fight time, odds, TV, live stream . The heavyweight third fight of the year has finally arrived
Boxing heavyweights Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury are ready for a WBC title clash…but is Las Vegas!? Wilder vs Fury 3 is set to be one of the richest fights in history, but will the box office bust-up between the Bronze Bomber and the Gypsy King live up to the hype? Here’s how to watch a Wilder vs Fury 3 live stream to find out.
Want to watch Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury 3 live stream online? There are two easy ways to pull it off on Saturday to watch all the action from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.Fury vs Wilder 3 date, fight time and venue
The trilogy fight between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder will now take place on Saturday October 9, 2021.
The bout will take place, like the rematch, in Vegas, with the venue T-Mobile Arena.
Fury vs Wilder 3 TV channel and live stream
Fury vs Wilder 3 will be another joint pay-per-view production in the United States between ESPN and Fox Sports.
ESPN has a five-fight deal with Fury worth a reputed £80million while Fox has a deal with Wilder’s promoter, Al Haymon’s Premier Boxing Champions (PBC).
The fight will likely to be shown by BT Sport Box Office in the UK. The network has shown all of Fury’s recent fights and has a strong relationship and contract with Warren’s Queensberry Promotions. You would be able to access a Wilder vs Fury 3 live stream on all major accepted devices only by signing up for the official pay-per-view with BT Sport. You can stream the fight on the BT Sport Box Office app.
The controversial subject of illegal streams was much talked about after the rematch, with claims from piracy expert Wayne Lonstein of VT Solutions that up to 20million people may have watched the bout in this way.
Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder III, billed as Once and For All, is an upcoming professional boxing trilogy fight between WBC and The Ring heavyweight champion, Tyson Fury, and former WBC heavyweight champion, Deontay Wilder. The bout is set to take place at T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada on October 9, 2021.
Here’s a complete guide to Fury vs. Wilder 3, including the start time, fight card, PPV price, updated betting odds and more.
Fury Wilder III Fight Card
- Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder
- Frank Sanchez vs. Efe Ajagba
- Robert Helenius vs. Adam Kownacki
- Jared Anderson vs. V. Tereshkin
- Edgar Berlanga vs. Marcelo Coceres
Fury vs Wilder 3 six-minute face off
Fury and Wilder met for the press conference to officially confirm the fight on Tuesday June 15, 2021.
The highlight of the Los Angeles gathering was an epic SIX-MINUTE face-off between the pair, with neither man apparently wanting to break it up and lose a mental edge.
Eventually it was Deontay who put on his sunglasses and walked away, to cheers from team Fury – who shouted “we’ve won”.
Time will tell whether it matters in the grand scheme of things – but it was high drama and pure theatre.
Fury vs Wilder 3 odds
Not surprisingly given the manner of his victory in the rematch, Fury is a strong favourite to defeat Wilder for a second time.
UK bookmakers have ‘The Gypsy King’ is as short as 2/7 to retain his WBC, Ring magazine and lineal heavyweight titles. Wilder meanwhile is very much the outsider and as big as 11/4 in places.
The draw – obviously not impossible given the outcome of the first fight – is a best-priced 27/1.
Meanwhile in the United States Fury is a best-priced -270 to prevail again, but as short as -350 in places. The best price about Wilder is +275.
Fury vs Wilder 3 weights
The weigh-in for Fury vs Wilder 3 will be held in Las Vegas on Saturday October 8, 2021. It could again provide a real clue to what might happen on fight night.
Fury vs Wilder 2 brought plenty of interest at the weigh-in as both men came in significantly heavier than they had for the first meeting. Fury was 273lbs – 17lbs more than the first meeting and the third heaviest of his career.
Wilder meanwhile weighed in at 231lbs – the highest of his career to date.
Clearly the extra weight suited Fury better as he showed off a more aggressive game plan than in the first bout, while Wilder appeared listless in comparison.
Fury vs Wilder 3 purses
While the final PPV buy figure of 850,000 in the United States for the rematch was seen as slightly disappointing to many observers given the might of a joint ESPN/Fox promotion, the fighters still did pretty nicely out of it.
According to Forbes’ list of the biggest-earning athletes in the last 12 months, Fury took home a whopping $26million (£21million) for a very successful night’s work. The majority came from PPV upside. Wilder meanwhile pocketed around $25million (£20million).
In theory – despite the one-sided nature of their second fight – the trilogy when it happens should rake in even more revenue with Fury having only boosted his profile in the United States.
Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury 3 live streams
There are two Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury 3 live streams tonight. The first one is via ESPN+. You can watch it here.
The second one will allow you to watch it on FOX Sports app.
How much is Wilder vs. Fury 3?
The pay-per-view price for Wilder vs Fury 3, regardless where you buy it, will be $79.99.
What time is Wilder vs. Fury 3 event tonight?
The Wilder vs. Fury 3 fight card begins at 9 p.m. ET on pay-per-view, and you can follow Wilder vs. Fury 3 results here. Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury are likely to make ring walkouts around 11:30 p.m. ET, and you can follow Wilder vs. Fury 3 live round-by-round updates for the latest information in the main event.
Watch Wilder vs Fury 3 live stream for free
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Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder are set for their trilogy fight for the WBC heavyweight championship — again.
Four big heavyweight fights in one historic night at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Three can’t-miss heavyweight showdowns have been added to the televised PPV undercard of the highly anticipated third fight between WBC and lineal heavyweight world champion Tyson “The Gypsy King” Fury and former heavyweight world champion Deontay “The Bronze Bomber” Wilder.
In just his second stateside outing, Helenius (30-3, 19 KOs) shocked the crowd at Barclays Center by handing Kownacki the first loss of his career via a fourth-round TKO. Born in Sweden and fighting out of Mariehamn, Finland, Helenius established himself as one of Europe’s top heavyweights and knocked out Erkan Teper in September 2018 to move up the rankings. Prior to dropping his U.S. debut to Gerald Washington in 2019, the 37-year-old had won six of his last seven fights, with his lone blemish coming against Dillian Whyte.
“I’m looking forward to repeating my first performance against Kownacki on July 24,” said Helenius. “Boxing fans can expect another incredible fight with my hand raised in victory once again. All of Finland will be behind me when I show the world why I am most deserving of a world title fight. My only goal is to be world champion and unfortunately for Adam he stands in my way.”
Kownacki (20-1, 15 KOs) will be seeking revenge for the first loss of his career when he rematches Helenius on July 24. The 31-year-old Kownacki, who was born in Lomza, Poland and moved to Brooklyn when he was seven, is noted for his tenacity and had been progressing towards a world title shot with knockouts in five of his last seven fights prior to the March 2020 defeat to Helenius. Kownacki owns victories over former world champion Charles Martin and former title challengers Gerald Washington and Chris Arreola. His August 2019 battle against Arreola set CompuBox records for heavyweights in combined power punches thrown and landed.
The two face off in Las Vegas, Nevada in their trilogy fight as Fury looks to retain his belts and end the feud .
Not a bad card at all. In fact, much praise must got out to Top Rank and PBC for matching some of their best fighters together. A big shout out to the Ajagba-Sanchez fight in particular.
Two young, unbeaten, and very promising heavyweights agreeing to risk their “0” is quite a rare thing. This one, between Cuba’s Sanchez and Nigeria’s Ajagba, could turn out to be the fight of the night.
Tyson Fury’s trilogy fight against Deontay Wilder will be shown exclusively on BT Sports Box Office, it has been confirmed.
The world title fight is on Saturday 9 October and already has three heavyweight fights on the undercard.
Jared Anderson fights Vladimir Tereshkin, Robert Helenius squares off with Adam Kownacki as two unbeaten fighters in the form of Frank Sanchez and Efe Ajagba face off for the WBO Americas title.
Fury is looking to put one over on the hard-hitting American for the second time after beating him by a technical knockout in round seven, a year ago.
It will be the second time the two face off in Las Vegas, Nevada with this rescheduled fight being held in the T-Mobile Arena in Sin City.
In their first fight, Wilder knocked Fury out only for the Gypsy King to rise again against all odds in the final round and the judges called the bout as a draw via a split draw.
In his most recent fight, Ajagba scored a chilling KO over Brian Howard, this to improve to 15-0(12). Sanchez, 18-0(13) says he will become Cuba’s first world heavyweight champion and if he can defeat Ajagba, he might get his chance.