Fury vs Wilder 3: Livestream, TV Channel and PPV Cost. Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder are just a few days away from meeting each other once again inside the squared circle.
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This is a vital fight for both the men and they cannot wait to show the world what they’ve got. Their first two fights entertained the vast boxing masses, and this trilogy is expected to be even bigger than the previous contests.
Ever since its announcement, this bout has sent shock waves into the fight world. The fans are eager already and they’re even more interested in seeing a polished Deontay Wilder this time. This is because Wilder, over the past few months, has worked extremely hard to instill new skills like movements, defense, and more. That said, he himself is keen to show what he’s made of.
On the flip side, Tyson Fury will look to continue what he did against Wilder the last time. ‘The Gypsy King’ constantly pressed ‘The Bronze Bomber’ and administered a complete beating. But before the duo enters the ring to settle their rivalry, we look at some vital details on PPV and the overall details of this event.
Fury vs Wilder 3: Date, time, and place
This contest is set to go on floors on October 9, Saturday. The main card of this bout will begin at 9 pm ET/6 pm PT. Also, the tentative time for the main event is 11 pm ET/9 pm PT. However, the actual time of Wilder and Fury’s ring walks cannot be predicted as it’ll depend on the length of previous fights.
This contest will get rolled out in a perfect setting at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
Fury vs Wilder 3 Live stream
The Fury vs Wilder bout’s main card will be broadcasted on ESPN or/FOX joint PPV. This fight can be live-streamed too with the FOX Sports app and ESPN+. The total cost of PPV for this fight is set at $79.99.
Wilder vs Fury: Fight card
Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder (WBC and lineal Heavyweight titles)
Efe Ajagba vs. Frank Sanchez (Heavyweight)
Robert Helenius vs. Adam Kownacki (Heavyweight)
Jared Anderson vs. Vladimir Tereshkin (Heavyweight)
Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder Engage in a Heated Back and Forth on Twitter
The trilogy between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury is slated for October 9. This contest is just a few days away and bigwigs of the game, as well as hardcore enthusiasts, are keeping their fingers crossed to see a fight bigger than the pair’s first two collisions.
It seems that Wilder and Fury are more than eager to enter the ring on October 9. That said, their excitement is visible in their workouts. Furthermore, the duo even trash-talked each other on social media. This contest has all the necessary attention around itself, but Wilder and Fury are taking extra efforts to promote their third war.
‘The Bronze Bomber’, in a response to the Brit, shared an image of his first fight with Fury. This image was captured when Fury was on the canvas after his first fight with Wilder.
Wilder and Fury are the fiercest rivals in boxing’s most elite division. Wilder, prior to facing Fury, was considered a deadly knockout artist. But, ‘The Gypsy King’ turned the tables when he locked horns with his foe in February 2020.
The WBC champ brutalized Wilder and shocked everyone. The Alabama native didn’t have any answers to Fury’s assault, and he ended up losing the fight in round 7.
Ever since then, he’s remained hungry to settle his scores with the Briton in a third meet.
Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury 3 – An action-packed bout
Heavyweight battles are always worth the watch, and the world has seen Fury and Wilder’s dual high-voltage encounters.
Both these stars launched massive attacks against each other in both fights. However, Fury had the edge in those meets.
That said, Wilder will have probably his last chance to vanquish Fury and reclaim his titles. If he does so, he will again resurrect his spot at the top. But if he fails to do so, needless to say, Wilder’s career will be in jeopardy.
Regardless of anything, this scuffle will be one for the ages and it will be interesting to see who has the last laugh.
In less than ten days, Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder will head into battle for the third time. Initially scheduled for July 24, this fight was later pushed to October 9 as the current WBC champion reportedly tested positive for COVID 19. However, now both fighters are all set to go head-to-head on October 9, 2021.
While the first fight ended in a draw, Tyson Fury one-upped his game in the second and won by round 7 TKO. With multiple ups and downs in the formation of this trilogy fight, fans are now on the edge of their seats.