Tyson Fury dominated Deontay Wilder for best part of first 9 round but two late knock downs earns Wilder what will be regarded as controversial draw in Los Angeles as Wilder retain his WBC crown. It was surprising performance by the Gypsy King who had Wilder’s number from the word go. But this result leaves the door open for rematch which might as well be in the United Kingdom.
Tyson Fury is set to take on Deontay Wilder in the WBC Heavyweitht title fight on Saturday, 01 December 2018 at the 20,000-seater arena Staples Center in Los Angeles, United States. Regarded as one of the biggest Heavyweight fights to take place on US soil for sometime, Wilder will be looking to defend his title and setup another mega fight against WBA and WBO heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua. The fight will be a Showtime PPV event in the US priced at around $75 while BT Sports Box Office will broadcast the fight in the UK at the rate of £16.95 per PPV. We take a look on how you can watch the fight live around the world.
Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder TV Coverage: Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder coverage will start at around 07:00 pm ET on Showtime PPV in the US. UK and Ireland viewers can watch the fight live on BT Sports Box Office starting at around 01:00 am uk time with the undercard fights which include couple of other known heavyweights. Chris Arreola is taking on Maurenzo Smith while Luis Ortiz will face Travis Kauffman in decent looking undercard.
|COVERAGE STARTS||07:00 pm ET (United States) / 01:00 am early hours of Sunday morning in UK|
|UK Coverage||Fury vs Wilder will be a PPV event both in United States and United Kingdom/Ireland. Showtime PPV has live coverage in the US while BT Sports Box Office will produce live coverage in the UK.|
|International Coverage||Main-Event (Australia), DAZN (Germany, France, Canada), ElevenSports (Thailand). beIN Sports (Middle-east & North Africa)|
|Undercard||Chris Arreola vs Maurenzo Smith|
|Undercard||Joe Joyce vs Joe Hanks|
|Undercard||Luis Ortiz vs Travis Kauffman|
|Main-Event||Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder (Main-Event)|
Tyson Fury made his much awaited comeback back in June 2018 where he defeated Sefer Seferi in what was a very straight forward win. In Francesco Pianeta he has more competition but not enough to trouble the big man and we can expect another win for the Gypsy King on Saturday night. A win will put him right up there as a challenger for both Joshua and Wilder sometime next year.