Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 3: What channel is the fight on, how can I watch, what time does the Gypsy King fight the Bronze Bomber

Fight fans get ready, it’s Fury vs Wilder 3. Here’s when the bout will take place, and details of the third fight in the trilogy.

The third fight between heavyweight rivals Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder was originally set to take place on July 24, but was moved to later in the year after Fury contacted Covid-19 in July.

It didn’t stop the fighting talk in the interim though, with the rescheduled date offering the Gypsy King an opportunity to reignite the trash talk that has been prevalent between the pair since they first shared the ring back in December 2018.

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“I wanted nothing more than to smash the ‘Big Dosser’ on July 24, but I guess the beating will have to wait,” Fury said after the new date was confirmed.

The two-time world heavyweight champion added: “Make no mistake, I will be back and better than ever. We will fight October 9, and I will knock him spark out.”

He has since reconfirmed his confidence in victory, referring to Wilder as a “sausage.”

Rather bizarrely, when the fight was first rescheduled, it prompted Wilder’s fiancee Telli Swift to hit out at Fury, who she claimed was just “buying time”.

“You've trained so hard, blood, sweat, and tears and then for someone to have Covid, when Deontay’s fight with torn biceps, broken fingers, burns on his arms, and he still fought.

The Gypsy King will look to complete a second victory over Bronze Bomber Wilder later this year. Picture: PA.The Gypsy King will look to complete a second victory over Bronze Bomber Wilder later this year. Picture: PA.
The Gypsy King will look to complete a second victory over Bronze Bomber Wilder later this year. Picture: PA.

"I just feel like with Covid, and you have 16 days until the fight, he should still be able to fight and make it happen,” she said after a PCR test showed Fury was infected.

What happened in Fury and Wilder’s previous clashes?

Fury’s recent clash between against Wilder saw the 32-year-old dominate his American opponent, flooring him down twice before the referee halted proceedings in the seventh round.

Despite that defeat, there’s still an opportunity for 6’7” Wilder to level the scores, after their pulsating 2018 clash in Los Angeles was ruled a draw.

Can Deontay Wilder finally defeat Tyson Fury? Picture: AP.Can Deontay Wilder finally defeat Tyson Fury? Picture: AP.
Can Deontay Wilder finally defeat Tyson Fury? Picture: AP.
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In true box office style, the first clash saw Alabama’s Wilder take down Fury twice, though the second knockdown saw the two-time world heavyweight champion stage a remarkable 12th round recovery that had many calling for a Gypsy King win.

When will Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder take place?

The fight’s has now been confirmed as Saturday, October 9.

Previous clashes between the pair have all taken place in Wilder’s home country of America, with Los Angeles’ Staples Arena hosting the first bout between the heavyweights, before they clashed in Las Vegas’ iconic MGM Grand Garden Arena in 2020.

The latest battle between the pair will also take place in Las Vegas, though the T-Mobile Arena will be the battleground for the fight that has been dubbed as ‘One and For All’.

How can I watch Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder?

The Fury vs Wilder clash is exclusively live on BT Sport Box Office.

The undercard will get underway from midnight, with the fight time for Fury and Wilder expected around 4am.

You can find BT Sport Box Office on Sky Channel 490 or under the On Demand section on Virgin Media.

How do Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder’s record’s compare?

The Gypsy King may enjoy the trash talk that seemingly comes as part of the sport now, but he can certainly back it up. Fury’s record stands at 30 wins, 21 KOs, one draw and zero defeats.

Despite failing to get the better of his opponent in their previous bouts, former WBC heavyweight Wilder still has a excellent ring record, winning 42 fights, drawing one and losing one, whilst he has 41 KO’s to his name.

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