Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder Live
How to watch Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury: live stream and TV channel information
Tyson Fury faces Deontay Wilder in a huge heavyweight bout on December 1 with thousands watching ringside in LA and millions more around the world.
Fury will challenge Wilder for the one world heavyweight title he has never held at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles.
During a promotional tour ahead of the fight, Fury said: “He hasn’t got what he says he’s got. I see fear in Deontay Wilder, I could sense his heartbeat through his suit.
“I know when a man’s scared – Wilder’s terrified of me. He’s timid when he’s around me – looks at the floor, doesn’t make eye contact, all that sort of stuff. Even when he’s around me, off-stage.”
Will this translate in the ring? Here is how you can watch the fight on December 1.
How to watch the fight
You can find all the timings and pre-fight information here.
In the UK, this bout will be on BT Sport Box Office costing viewers £19.95. Here is what we do know about where BT Sport Box Office is accessible on different platforms.
On Sky TV: If you’ve got a Sky box and a Sky viewing card, you can buy and watch a BT Sport Box Office event through your TV on channel 490. You can buy online here.
On BT TV: If you’re a BT TV Customer then you can buy and watch BT Sport Box Office events on BT TV, channel 494. More details here.
On Virgin Media: If you’re a Virgin Media customer helpful information will be displayed on your set top box and you can also find out more online.
Showtime will be broadcasting the fight in the US, costing viewers $74.99. Full details here.
Wilder vs Fury | All you need to know about Dec 1 heavyweight fight
How to live stream Wilder vs Fury
You can watch the fight, after paying, on the BT Sport Box Office app or online.
In the US, the fight can be streamed through Showtime on TVs, computers, tablets and more.
Alternatively, follow all the action here with Telegraph Sport.
What are both fighters saying?
“I can walk around here, and I can talk as good as any man in the country,” Fury said.
“But when it comes to a fight, it’s going to be a hell of a fight. Deontay Wilder: massive puncher. Me: skillful boxer. It’s going to be an epic night. This is a legacy fight … and after I win, he’s going to hire me as his publicist because I do believe I can promote Deontay Wilder back to being heavyweight champion of the world in no time.
“But there’s no shame in losing to me, because I am the greatest boxer of my generation and I can’t be beat, especially not by him.”
“He’s great for the heavyweight division,” Wilder said of Fury.
“He’s charismatic. He can talk. I’ve got a great dancing partner. He’s fearless in the ring, and he’s got a background of boxing in his blood. It’s good that he’s from another country so you get to see different cultures, different personalities from the two of us.
“You’ve got one from America and you’ve got one from Great Britain. So that’s going to make it even more pleasurable for me when I knock him out.”