Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder II is literally hours away and given the drama of their first fight – the knockdown of Fury, the controversial decision ̵
Fury and Wilder both brought it in the first fight. Anger dominates most rounds with its smooth boxing and defense, Wilder waves wildly and finally catches Fury with a blow that would probably have killed the most mortal men. However, Fury somehow got up and … won the rest of the round.
It was a fascinating fight, ending in a split decision draw that raged most experts (Fury probably won the fight). But don't worry, we can do it all over again this weekend!
They have already had a face-off, which resulted in a little scuffle.
The result: no more staredowns until the fight itself.  Boys, please relax here.
Vegas commission, you are one of the best commissions, without any, for the impeccable handling of events of unpredictability.
Place men among men. Security on stage. Have them see each other one last time.
The last glance before it is really fucking. https://t.co/7SHYFh3MPE cialis19459011Buch— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) February 21, 2020
But that is no problem, because now the fight is literally starting. Here's how and when you can watch.
This is mainly complex because, unlike in thetitle fights such as these, rarely have an undercard worth watching. We know when the event itself starts, but it is harder to know when Fury and Wilder will actually take the walk.
So let's divide this into date, start time, and estimated main event time.
The fight takes place on Saturday, February 22.
The JPA starts at 7 p.m. ET and the most important event between Fury and Wilder are expected to take place around 11 p.m. ET.
PPV coverage of the fight card starts at midnight on Saturday, February 22.
The main event fight between Fury and Wilder is expected to take place around 05.00 GMT on Sunday morning
The PPV starts at 13.00 on Sunday 23 February in Australia.
The main event fight between Fury and Wilder is expected to start at around 4 p.m. AEST.
How to look
You can go to ESPN + and buy the PPV here. It will cost you $ 80 (current subscribers) or $ 85 (new subscribers, including the first month of service – which you can cancel afterwards).
You can order the PPV through BT Sports Box Office for £ 25.
You can order the PPV through Main Event for $ 50.
Full Fight Card
All a pretty boring undercard, but that is the norm for most boxing mega events like this. All eyes are focused on the main event.
- Deontay Wilder vs.. Tyson Fury
- Charles Martin vs. Gerald Washington
- Emanuel Navarrete vs. Jeo Tupas Santisima
- Sebastian Fundora vs. Daniel Lewis
- Amir Imam vs.. Javier Molina
- Subriel Matias vs.. Petros Ananyan