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Fury Vs Wilder II: What Time Is It On And Where To Watch It

Fury Vs Wilder II: What Time Is It On And Where To Watch It

Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder are preparing to go toe-to-toe with each other in a long-awaited rematch on Saturday night in Las Vegas. It's a huge fight considering the drama of their last bout and here are all the details about what time the fight will kick-off and where to watch it.

The fight is taking place at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas and, unsurprisingly, is the headline event on the fight card, which also includes a super bantamweight world title clash.

What channel is showing Fury vs Wilder II?

Irish boxing fans can order the fight from BT Sport Box Office.

Any Sky customer who has previously used BT Sport Box Office can use their Sky remote to order the fight.

First-time customers will have to register to buy Wilder vs Fury II.

The fight will cost €29.99 to book.

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Fans can also stream the fight on the BT Sport website or on the BT Sport Box Office app.

What time is Fury vs Wilder II on?

As always, the main event is reliant on what happens in the undercard.

Since the fight is taking place in Las Vegas (eight hours behind Ireland), it will take place in the early hours of Sunday morning Irish time.

The fight will take place at approximately 5 am Irish time. Main events are usually scheduled to take place at 9 pm in Las Vegas.

BT's coverage of the fight will begin at midnight.

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Who is on the undercard?

Emanuel Navarrete v Jeo Santisima - WBO Super Bantamweight title

Charles Martin v Gerald Washington - IBF heavyweight title eliminator

Sebastian Fundora v Daniel Lewis - super welterweight

Amir Imam v Javier Molina - welterweight

Gabriel Flores Jr v Matt Conway - lightweight

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Isaac Lowe v Alberto Guevara - featherweight

Subriel Matias v Petros Ananyan - light welterweight

What's on the line?

Billed as "unfinished business," the fight is eagerly anticipated world over.

The last fight ended in a controversial split decision draw between the two fighters and many felt that Tyson Fury did enough to win it, despite hitting the canvas twice.

As a result, there is a huge interest in whether Fury can replicate the same dominating performance.

Furthermore, Fury and Wilder will face off for the WBC Heavyweight belt. The winner will also have a chance to take on Anthony Joshua and unify the heavyweight belts.

See also: Jason Quigley Records Second KO In Seven Weeks In 3rd Round Stoppage

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