Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 3: Live stream, reddit, start time, fight cards and Crackstreams
Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 3: WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury (30-0-1; 21 KOs) takes on challenger Deontay Wilder (42-1-1; 41 KOs) in the third installment of their rivalry on Saturday, October 9, 2021 (10/9/21) at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Fans can watch the main card, which starts at 9 p.m. ET and includes the monster Fury-Wilder match, by purchasing the pay-per-view at ESPN+ for $79.99.
The prelims, which begin at 7 p.m. ET, will be streamed at ESPN+ and ESPN2, which fans can watch for free via a trial of fuboTV.
The first meeting between the two, which took place in December of 2018, ended in a controversial draw. The second meeting, which took place in February of 2020, ended in a seventh-round TKO victory for Fury. The third meeting was twice delayed due to complications brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, but the two heavyweight greats will face off for a third time this Saturday.
“I’m going to knock Deontay Wilder spark out, and it’s going to be even quicker than our last fight,” Fury said in a press release. “If he couldn’t beat me after three years out of the ring and 10 stone weight loss, he’s never beating me. None of them will. They’re just hyped-up bums. All of them. Wilder, Joshua, Usyk. They’re all bums. Compared to me, they’re no good.”
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How to Watch: Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 3
What: WBC heavyweight boxing
Main Event: Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury Part 3
When: Saturday, October 9, 2021
Where: T-Mobile Arena
Main Card Time: 9 p.m. ET; Wilder and Fury should begin their walk towards the ring around 11:30 p.m. ET, though that is subject to change depending on length of other fights.
Watch the fight online: Order the fight from ESPN+ for $79.99.
- Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder, 12 rounds, for Fury’s WBC heavyweight title
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- Robert Helenius vs. Adam Kownacki, 10 rounds, heavyweights
- Jared Anderson vs. Vladimir Tereshkin, 8 rounds, heavyweights
- Robeisy Ramirez vs. Orlando Gonzalez, 10 rounds, featherweights
- Edgar Berlanga vs. Marcelo Esteban Coceres, 10 rounds, super middleweights
- Julian Williams vs. Vladimir Hernandez, 10 rounds, junior middleweights
- Rances Barthelemy vs. TBA, 10 rounds, junior welterweights
- Viktor Vykhryst vs. Mike Marshall, 8 rounds, heavyweights
- Elvis Rodriguez vs. Victor Vazquez, 8 rounds, junior welterweights
- Bruce Carrington vs. Cesar Cantu, 4 rounds, featherweights
Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 3: Prediction
This has all the makings to be a firefight for as long as it lasts. Although Fury’s outward motives were questioned ahead of their 2020 rematch when he boldly announced he was going for the knockout, his prediction proved gospel given his performance, which included a noted lack of resistance from a shellshocked Wilder.
Fury has predicted yet another early stoppage and there’s plenty of reason to believe both that it’s possible and that it remains his best strategy. Although everyone from critics to Fury himself should expect an improved Wilder with nothing to lose as he enters his last shot at redemption, the best way to beat a bully remains standing up to him.
It goes without saying that Fury will need to balance his aggression smartly without bordering on being reckless. One mistake can be one too many against a foe this dangerous. Yet Fury’s unique combo of size, speed and elusiveness should be enough to do so.
Whatever Wilder has left, he will be the most dangerous early.
Unlike his title reign, which often came against smaller foes not even remotely as skilled as Fury, Wilder has often relied upon waiting for his opponents to tire just enough to make a crucial mistake to open up angles for his big power to finish the fight. Wilder simply doesn’t have that luxury against this version of Fury and will need to channel the aggression he showed in his 2017 rematch with Bermane Stiverne by essentially going for broke in hopes of creating a shootout.
Don’t be surprised if Fury gets clipped or even knocked down on his road to victory in this third fight. Just be prepared for him to get up — again — before using his guile and technique to finish the job in the most violent and exciting chapter of their rivalry.