In one of the most anticipated fights of the year, Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury are getting back into the ring. Their third fight is on after a legal battle blocked Fury defending his title against fellow Brit, Anthony Joshua. The first fight between these two ended in a draw, with Fury climbing off the canvas in the final round. The second saw Wilder taste defeat for the first time in his career. It’s all finely poised for a cracking trilogy.
Here we will let you know everything about the event, including the Wilder vs Fury 3 fight time, undercard and where to stream the fight live and on demand.
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Fury vs Wilder third fight preview
After Wilder won his court of arbitration case, he will fight Fury for the third time to settle the conversation once and for all. Every aspect of this fight is full of suspense, and every boxing fan on the planet is waiting in anticipation.
Fury destroyed Wilder in February 2020 in one of the best performances of his career to take the WBC strap and become World Champion once again. The reigning heavyweight champion was all st to defend his title against Anthony Joshua before Wilder’s team took legal action and the US courts demanded a third fight.
Unfortunately, the fight was postponed earlier in the year after Fury tested positive for COVID-19. Since the fight has been rearranged, here is everything to know in preparation for one of the live boxing events of the year.
When is Wilder vs Tyson Fury?
Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder will be taking place on Sunday, October 10 at 12 pm (AEST) at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Main Card will start at 12 pm AEST. Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder is scheduled for 5 rounds and is exclusively available to watch on Main Event via Foxtel and Kayo Sports.
Which providers will Show Wilder vs Fury?
The third bout is only available on Main Event pay-per-view. Main Event only available through Foxtel or Kayo Sports in Australia. Please note, Main Event PPVs don’t come with any existing subscription and must be purchased separately.
|Providers||Main Event PPVs|
Where To Watch Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder
You can live stream Fury v Wilder 3 via Main Event pay per view in Australia. The live boxing fight will cost $54.95, and you can purchase it exclusively with Main Event via Foxtel and Kayo Sports.
Fury vs Wilder 3 streaming with Kayo
If you are an existing Kayo customer you can purchase this one-off pay per view direct via the Kayo app, or your Kayo account. If you don’t have a subscription, feat not. With Kayo you can buy the fight without having to sign up for a Kayo monthly plan. All you need to do is create an account, pay for the event and you will be able to watch the big fight, as well as the undercard fights, live and ad-free. When you purchase UFC 266 through Kayo you will get full access to all their channels and features for a whole 4 days after the fight, meaning you can check out all the other sports content they offer!
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Watch Fury vs Wilder 3 Foxtel
To watch Main Event Pay Per Views with Foxtel or Foxtel Now, all you need is your Foxtel ID. Simply head to the Foxtel Store, search for Min Event and purchase the event. Main Event is available on channel 521 for Foxtel residential customers. You can also purchase Fury v Wilder with a Foxtel Now account. If you are not already a Foxtel Now customer, you can check out their 10 day free trial during the week of this fight and make your Main Event purchase this way.
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Tale of the tape: Fury vs Wilder 3
Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder’s fight at the T-mobile arena is going to be memorable whichever way it goes. Fury is the taller of the two put Wilder possesses all the power. Wilder is slightly older, but this won’t make much difference on the night.
Tyson Fury: The Gypsy King
Tyson Fury is one of the biggest characters in boxing. The outspoken British fighter comes from the travelling community and a family of bare-knuckle boxers.
He has held all the major belts in the heavyweight division during a dazzling boxing career, but never at the same time. He was stripped of his titles after plunging into depression, alcohol and drug addiction. But he has cleaned his act up, and his comeback has been one of the most memorable in the business.
He is undefeated in 31 fights and has his eyes set on an all British clash with the man who holds all the other world titles in the division, Anthony Joshua. I win against Wilder would set up that fight, as long as Joshua comes through his fight against Oleksandr Usyk.
Deontay ‘The Bronze Bomber’ Wilder
When former WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder steps out for fight night in Las Vegas, he will have to be fully focused to avenge his only career loss to Fury. Normally, anyone who got into the ring to fight Wilder in the past has been very wary of his big right hand. But when these two met for the first time, Wilder caught Fury flush. He turned around with his hands in the air, expecting the ref to waive the fight off. But Fury got up and fought back.
Couple that with the fact that Fury is the only fighter to have handed Wilder a loss, and you start to think he has his American counterpart’s number. Wilder will have to find some rhythm and movement that was missing in their last fight and close the gap in order to land that big right hand again.
What happens to the winner?
What was initially slated for Saturday, July 24th is now taking place on a new date – Saturday, October 10th. The WBC and Ring Magazine heavyweight titles are on the line, and the winner will fight against Anthony Joshua or Oleksandr Usyk in a massive unification bout in 2022.
Fury vs Wiler 3 fight card
The Fury vs Wilder fight card is brimming with great bouts. Check them all out here.
|Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder||WBC Heavyweight Championship, (World Title)|
|Frank Sanchez vs. Efe Ajagba||Heavyweight|
|Robert Helenius vs. Adam Kownacki||Heavyweight|
|Jared Anderson vs. Vladimir Tereshkin||Heavyweight|
What to watch after Wilder vs Fury III
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Streaming devices for watching Main Event
Don’t forget to watch Fury vs Wilder on the best sports streaming devices on your home TV or mobile device.
Devices supported on Kayo
– PC/Mac: Yes – MacOS 10.12+ (Chrome, Safari, Firefox) & Windows 10 (Chrome, Firefox, Edge); web browser only
– iOS/Android Phones/Tablets: Yes – Via native apps (iOS 11+ and Android 6+)
– Google Chromecast: Yes – Chromecast Ultra, 3rd Generation
– Apple TV: Yes – tvOS 11+, 4th Generation or higher. Casting available to previous models
– Telstra TV: Yes – SplitView not available; Telstra TV1 limited to 720p.
– Android TV: Yes – Via
– Samsung Smart TVs: Yes – 2017 and later models. SplitView not available
– Hisense Smart TV: Select 2019 – 2021 models
– Gaming Consoles: Yes – PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5
Devices supported on Foxtel/Foxtel Go
– PC/Mac: Yes – Web browser only (Chrome for PC; Chrome & Safari for Mac)
– iOS Mobile Devices: Yes – Via native app (iOS 9.3.5 or above)
– Android Mobile Devices: Yes – Via native app (Android 5 and above)
– Google Chromecast: Yes – Via casting (only on Multiroom service)
– Google Nest: Yes – Via compatible Chromecast device connected or built-in to your TV
– Apple TV: Yes – Via AirPlay (only on Multiroom service)
– Smart TVs: Yes – Via casting only (only on Multiroom service)