Tyson Fury (30-0-1, 21 KOs) will defend his WBC and The Ring magazine titles on Saturday against Deontay Wilder (42-1-1, 41 KOs) at the T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada. The fight will be broadcasted via a joint pay-per-view from FOX Sports and ESPN.
Fury, who won his titles during his second fight against Wilder in February 2020, is making his first defense of his belts. He and Wilder were scheduled to fight in July, though the bout was postponed after Fury and members of his camp tested positive for COVID-19.
Wilder, who previously held the WBC title since January 2015, has not fought since his seventh-round technical knockout defeat to Fury, the first loss of his career. He and Fury previously drew in December 2018, when he scored two knockdowns.
The winner of Saturday’s fight could move on to a unification bout with WBA (super), WBO, IBF and IBO heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk, who defeated former champion Anthony Joshua on Sept. 25.
Here are more details on how to watch Saturday’s pay-per-view event.
What channel is Fury vs. Wilder 3 on tonight?
- TV channel: ESPN/FOX Sports pay-per-view, BT Sport Box (Ireland and UK)
- Live stream: ESPN+, FOX Sports App
The pre-show and preliminary bouts are available on ESPN2 and Fox Sports 1. At 8 p.m. ET, the undercard continues on pay-per-view.
The Fury vs. Wilder 3 main card is an ESPN+/Fox joint pay-per-view. It can be live-streamed through the Fox Sports app and ESPN+.
How much is Fury vs. Wilder 3?
- Fox Sports/ESPN: $79.99
- BT Sport Box (United Kingdom): £24.95
- BT Sport Box (Ireland): €29.99
What time does Fury vs. Wilder 3 start?
- Date: Saturday, Oct. 9
- Time (undercard): 7 p.m. ET
- Time (main card): 9 p.m. ET
- Time (Fury vs. Wilder III): 12 a.m. ET (approx).
Saturday’s undercard will begin at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN2, FS1 and ESPN+. The main card, which includes three other heavyweight fights, will begin at 9 p.m. ET with Fury and Wilder expected to enter the ring around midnight.
Fury vs. Wilder 3 fight card
- Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder for Fury’s WBC and lineal Heavyweight titles
- Efe Ajagba vs. Frank Sanchez; 10 rounds, Heavyweight
- Robert Helenius vs. Adam Kownacki; 12 rounds, Heavyweight
- Jared Anderson vs. Vladimir Tereshkin; 8 rounds, Heavyweight
- Edgar Berlanga vs. Marcelo Esteban Coceres, 10 rounds, super middleweight
- Julian Williams vs. Vladimir Hernandez, 10 rounds, junior middleweight
- Robeisy Ramirez vs. Orlando Gonzalez, 10 rounds, featherweight
- Viktor Faust vs. Mike Marshall, 8 rounds, heavyweight
- Bruce Carrington vs. Cesar Cantu, 4 rounds, featherweight
- Elvis Rodriguez vs. Victor Vazquez, 8 rounds, junior welterweight