Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder will face off tomorrow night at The Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA. December 1st could mark the start of a new heavyweight reign or the continuation of Wilder’s stint…
The highly anticipated heavyweight bout saw both fighters nearly come to blows at Wednesday’s press conference. The pair were face to face jawing back and forth with Wilder really fuming. Eventually, Fury grabbed Wilder and then the two had to be separated by their teams.
It was definitely some great press for a fight that now seems to be fueled by bad blood. A lot is on the line come Saturday not just their undefeated records. Future earnings for the losing fighter will be affected. The winner of this bout is likely to have a fight set up with undefeated Anthony Joshua.
Boxing fans have wanted to see Anthony Joshua face Fury or Wilder for quite some time now. Initially, it seemed Joshua and Wilder would fight first, but the fight didn’t materialize and Fury stepped up.
Wilder vs. Fury Weigh-In Video Below
The winner will undoubtedly benefit from another big payday when the fight with Joshua gets set up. Fans were waiting anxiously to see what would happen at today’s weigh-ins as Fury and Wilder would come face to face for the final time before they meet in the ring on Saturday.
The weigh-ins went live on BT Sports Youtube channel at 1 PM local time and the heavyweight titlists looked mean and ready.
If you don’t fancy watching some bloke dressed as a teacher talking we suggest you skip to 37 minutes, the Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury weigh-ins is in the last 3 minutes of the video. Check out our how-to watch Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury details below:
How To Watch Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury
How to watch:
PPV on Showtime, BT Sports Box Office
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