It's official - Tyson Fury is a legend. And Deontay Wilder? Nothin' but a big dosser. Was it ever in doubt? Fury's tumultuous career has seen him rise, fall and - against all the odds - rise again. The newly crowned WBC heavyweight champion of the world took the supposedly invincible American back to school in their second meeting, after a controversial draw in the first. Now, for the best of three decider with eternal gladitorial greatness on the line. Read on for the details of how to watch it.
Fury only too happy to dish out the Bronze Bomber's belated beatdown.
The fight is scheduled to go ahead on Saturday 18th July 2020.
Where is Wilder v Fury III?
MGM Grand Garden Arena - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
What TV channel is Wilder v Fury III on?
The bout will be broadcast on BT Sport Box Office in the UK and Ireland.
What time will Wilder v Fury III start?
As with all Las Vegas fights, the ring-walks are not expected before 4AM (GMT).
Are pubs showing Fury v Wilder III?
Yes, undoubtedly. Check back nearer the time to find pubs near you.
What happened in Wilder v Fury II?
The Gypsy King came into this fight swearing revenge for the split decision draw that robbed him of a title in his first showdown with the Bronze Bomber.
Fury flew out of the blocks, finding his range with the jab and sending his opponent crashing to the canvas with a dangerous 1-2 combination in the 3rd. With fear plastered across Wilder’s face, he became increasingly disoriented losing his feet twice more – both ruled by the referee as slips – before Fury knocked him down again with a powerful left hook to the ribs. From there, it was only a matter of time until Wilder’s team had seen enough and duly flung in the towel.