Welcome to BettingPro.com’s complete guide to Tyson Fury v Deontay Wilder 3, including the Fury v Wilder UK Time for fight night and details of the Fury v Wilder undercard.
Fury v Wilder Date: Where & When Will Fury v Wilder 3 Take Place?
No date or venue has officially been confirmed for the trilogy fight between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder for the WBC world heavyweight title, but promoter Frank Warren has says Fury v Wilder 3 has been pencilled in for the new Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas in July.
“Deontay has not yet officially invoked the rematch clause but made his intentions very clear and will do so shortly, there’s no doubt about that,” Warren wrote in his column for talkSPORT in late February. “If we’re gonna do it, I’d like to do it over here in the UK, but at the moment it’s pencilled in for Vegas in July. Tyson’s got his eye on the new 65-000 capacity Allegiant Stadium.”
Fury v Wilder UK Time: What Time Will Wilder v Fury Start?
Of course, if Tyson Fury v Deontay Wilder 3 takes place in Las Vegas once again British fight fans will need to drink a coffee to two to stay awake for the trilogy fight between these two heavyweights. With no venue or date of venue officially confirmed for Tyson Fury v Deontay Wilder 3, ring walk times are not yet available, but what we do know from the previous Fury v Wilder bout in ‘Sin City’ is that it is unlikely that the two heavyweights will enter the ring until after 4am GMT at the earliest.
Fury v Wilder UK Time
Main event approx 4:00am GMT.
How Can I Watch Fury v Wilder 3 in the UK?
UK viewers will probably have to fork out once again because the world heavyweight title rematch will almost certainly be aired exclusively on BT Sport Box Office. You do not need to have a subscription to the BT Sport package in order to purchase the fight for £19.95 though, you just need to have the ability to order the PPV via Sky, Virgin Media or TalkTalk. Of course, if you are paying for this fight then you may want to set your alarm or sink some caffeine because with the approximate Fury v Wilder UK time for the fight is 4:00am GMT – you don’t want order the PPV and then miss it because you’ve fallen asleep, especially when BT Sport tend to add the fights to their YouTube channel – FOR FREE – within a couple of days.
Fury v Wilder 3: Who Will Win?
Tyson Fury may have dominated the first meeting between the two men, but those brutal late knockdowns in that controversial draw meant February’s rematch was far from a foregone conclusion. Could Fury outclass and outbox Wilder once again? Yes. But could Wilder successfully defend the WBC belt with one huge trademark bomb? Of course. All of this made it a close one to call for the bookmakers, but on the night it was about as convincing a result as you will ever see. Fury went on the aggressive from the very start of the bout and had Wilder completely rattled by the close of the second round. He made a mockery of Wilder’s “pillow fists” jibes by dropping the ‘Bronze Bomber’ twice in the contest and he laid such a beating on the defending champion that he forced Wilder’s corner team to throw in the towel in the seventh round. So can we see anything different here? Wilder does only need to land one big shot to swing the fight in his favour, but he has now been out-boxed for 19 rounds and was soundly beaten last time out, so there is no way that we can go against Fury here. Check out our Tyson Fury v Deontay Wilder 3 tips preview, which will be updated as more betting markets are released.
Who’s Fighting On the Fury v Wilder Undercard?
Boxing undercards are not usually stacked with big name fighters and more title fights, but for the second meeting between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder there was an eliminator fight for the IBF heavyweight title as well as a WBO super-bantamweight title fight. Of course, with no date or venue confirmed for Tyson Fury v Deontay Wilder 3 there is no confirmed undercard, but once those preliminary bouts are confirmed we will have a full rundown below.
Fury v Wilder Undercard
Fights To Be Announced