Fury vs Wilder: UK start time, live stream, TV channel, undercard, odds, tale of the tape

THE fight of the year is here!

Deontay Wilder defends his WBC heavyweight title against Tyson Fury on Saturday night in the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

Wilder and Fury came to blows in their final pre-fight press conference

What time will the fight take place?

Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury is on tomorrow night, Saturday 1 December.

Depending on the length of the undercard fights, the main event will take place at around 4am UK time.

UK (GMT) is eight hours ahead of LA (PST).

The weigh in takes place at 9pm TONIGHT, and you can watch it for free below..

What TV channel and live stream is it on?

BT Sport Box Office have the rights to the fight.

It will cost £19.95 for UK viewers to watch.

The fight will also be available to live stream via BT Sport’s website and BT Sport’s App.

On TV, BT Sport Box Office is: Channel 494 on BT TV, 490 on Sky TV, and on Virgin TV’s On Demand section.

What have the fighters said?

Wilder: “Every word he has said he has now got to back up.

“People have been saying we are friends and we are too nice but that goes out of the window when we fight, it’s war.

“He says he was born to do it but I never saw it at the Olympic or with a medal, where was he?”

Fury: “Wilder needs me, do not mistake that, he has been the WBC champion since 2015 and made seven defences but is still unknown in this country so they have brought in a big-mouth Brit and the best fighter on the planet.

“It is a good stunt, get a good hiding from Tyson Fury, get famous and then come back and fight someone else.

“He could not make it as a basketball player or an american footballer so he tried boxing.”

What are the latest odds?

Wilder: 8/11
Fury: 6/5
Draw: 25/1


Who is on the undercard?

  • Jarrett Hurd vs Jason Welborn (super welterweight)
  • Luis Ortiz vs Travis Kauffman (heavyweight)
  • Joe Joyce vs Joe Hanks (heavyweight)
  • Mark Anthony Barriga vs Carlos Licona (minimumweight)
  • Chris Arreola vs Maurenzo Smith (heavyweight)
  • Isaac Lowe vs Lucas Rafael Baez (super featherweight)
  • Marsellos Wilder vs David Damore (cruiserweight)
  • Jesse Rodriguez vs Alex Aragon (super bantamweight)
  • Robert Guerrero vs Adam Mate (welterweight)
  • Fernando Castaneda vs Alfredo Angulo (super middleweight)
  • Julian Williams vs Francisco Javier Castro (middleweight)


By Wally Downes Jr, boxing correspondent


Who would have never thought Tyson Fury would be here.

18 months ago he was morbidly obese and on a suicide mission.

Now I reckon he’s on a split decision path from a higher power.


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