Whoever said boxing is a dying sport obviously hasn’t seen Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury before, because the two heavyweights consider themselves two of the best to ever step into the ring. With both currently undefeated — Wilder (42-0-1) and Fury (29-0-1) — the two go mano a mano in a highly-anticipated rematch this weekend, Saturday, February 22 at 9 p.m. EST; and it’s all available on ESPN+.
There are tons of storylines leading up to the WBC Heavyweight Championship between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury, well, besides the obvious of both being undefeated.
First, since their first fight in December of 2018, both fighters have each won two fights. Wilder’s wins have come by knockout, while Fury ended Wladimir Klitschko’s 23 fight title reign to become the lineal Heavyweight champion. Plus, the rematch between these two should be exciting, as 20 of Fury’s 29 wins have come by knockout, and 41 of Deontay Wilder’s 42 wins are by knockout — so expect lots of aggressiveness and landed punches.
How to watch Wilder vs Fury online
As mentioned above, ESPN+ is the spot to stream the Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury fight, which is sure to deliver high intensity and lots of action. While the fight itself can be bought for $79.99 by anyone who signs up for ESPN+.
Wilder and Fury are two of the biggest names in the sport, with each having a unique story to get back to this rematch for the WBC Heavyweight Championship. After going 12 grueling rounds in the first bout against one another, no sports fan will want to miss out on the unexpected drama that might happen in version 2.0 — so don’t hesitate in getting an ESPN+ subscription now.
While everyone’s talking about how to watch Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury this Saturday, the entire fight card at the event is pretty solid. Take a look below at some of the other fighters who will be in action as well — with all bouts available on ESPN+.
- Charles Martin vs. Gerald Washington (Heavyweight)
- Emanuel Navarrete (c) vs. Jeo Tupas Santisima (WBO super bantamweight title)
- Sebastian Fundora vs. Daniel Lewis (Junior middleweight)
- Amir Imam vs. Javier Molina (Junior welterweight)
- Subriel Matias vs. Petros Ananyan (Junior welterweight)
Remember, the entire event can be bought for $79.99, but, by signing up for ESPN+, subscribers get the event and an annual plan to the best sports streaming service available. That’s a killer bonus.
If you’re a sports fan, ESPN+ is the one-stop shop to consume all sorts of your favorite content. From the entire catalogue of 30 for 30s, live events or original series’ like SneakerCenter or Peyton’s Places, among others, every single sports fan should include the streaming service into their monthly budget.
Remember, a yearly plan of ESPN+ is only $79.99 for ESPN+ subscribers, so now’s the time to get yours so you never miss any of the top-notch sports content that’s always available at your fingertips.
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