What time is the Fury VS Wilder fight and where can I watch it?

Fury and Wilder certainly delivered the goods the first time round and with the highly-anticipated rematch imminent, excitement is at boiling point.

More than a year on from that memorable bout, the two heavyweights will go to war once more after judges were unable to split the pair in December 2018.

Fight fans were left gobsmacked in the first fight, when Fury somehow rose from the canvas after being dropped by Wilder’s fearsome right hand.

Despite that knockdown, many felt Fury had done more than enough to win the fight, showcasing his superior technical ability in the early rounds. However, it wasn’t to be and now we get to see the pair go at it all over again on February 22.

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the rematch.

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What time will Fury VS Wilder 2 start?

Both fighters are expected to enter the ring at around 4am UK time, though this is yet to be fully confirmed and it’s definitely worth giving yourself a 30 minute head start.

Where can I watch the fight?

BT Sport Box Office will show Tyson Fury’s highly anticipated rematch with Deontay Wilder, exclusively live on Saturday 22nd February. Wilder v Fury 2 can be watched on BT TV, the BT Sport Box Office App, Sky, Virgin Media TV and TalkTalk TV or online.

Who else is fighting?

  • Charles Martin vs Gerald Washington (Heavyweight)
  • Emanuel Navarrete vs Jeo Santisima (Super-Bantamweight)
  • Sebastian Fundora vs Daniel Lewis (Super-Welterweight)
  • Subriel Matias vs Petros Ananyan (Super-Lightweight)
  • Amir Imam vs Javier Molina (Super-Lightweight)
  • Rolando Romero vs Arturs Ahmetovs (Lightweight)
  • Gabriel Flores Jr vs Matt Conway (Lightweight)
  • Vito Mielnicki Jr vs Corey Champion (Welterweight)
  • Isaac Lowe vs Alberto Guevara (Featherweight)

How do both fighters’ records look?


Total fights 43
Wins 42
Wins by KO 41
Losses 0
Draws 1


Total fights 30
Wins 29
Wins by KO 20
Losses 0
Draws 1

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Who is favourite?

Most bookmakers have Fury as the slight favourite, though even on this front, it’s almost too close to call.

Deontay Wilder – EVS
Tyson Fury – 10/11
Draw – 20/1
Wilder to win by KO or TKO – 7/5
Fury to win by KO or TKO – 9/2
Wilder to win by decision – 11/1
Fury to win by decision – 11/8

Odds from William Hill correct as of February 12.

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