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What time is Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 3 in the United Kingdom? Start time for the fight and ring walks

Fury will look to defend his WBC heavyweight title for the first time when he meets Wilder in a trilogy fight tonight in Las Vegas

Tyson Fury hopes to end his rivalry with Deontay Wilder tonight in Las Vegas as the two heavyweights meet in a trilogy fight.

Fury defends his WBC heavyweight title for the first time since winning it against the American in their rematch last year.

A third fight between the pair didn’t seem likely when Fury signed to fight domestic rival Anthony Joshua earlier this year.

But through the help of an arbitration judge, Wilder got the trilogy he wanted and Fury will try to get past him again before pursuing other opponents.

The two are not on good terms, with Wilder accusing Fury of tampering with his gloves before their rematch. Fury has laughed off the claims and said he will “cheat” again in the trilogy.

Here is everything you need to know as Wilder looks to avenge his loss to Fury…

What time will the fights start?

The Fury vs Wilder 3 prelims will start at 9:30pm UK time, with the undercard kicking off at midnight.

The PPV card will start at 2am on BT Sport Box Office. The main event between Fury and Wilder will start around 5am on Sunday morning.

How to watch on TV and live stream

Boxing fans can watch the undercard and main card of Fury v Wilder 3 live on BT Sport Box Office.

The PPV main card will start at 2am, costing just £24.95 in the UK (€29.99 in Ireland) and can be watched through BT TV or online via the web or the BT Sport Box Office App, Virgin TV or Sky.


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Quotes corner

Tyson Fury

“I feel good, relaxed and confident as I always have been, I am never beaten up about a fight it is just a boxing match.

“It has just been a normal training camp, there has been good days and bad days, no-one is ever 100% going into a fight, let’s put it that way, but I am going to bring action and ferocity on fight night and I will be ready.

“I know every opponent is dangerous especially at this level. It seems to me I could pick a bum out and he would fight the best he has ever fought to change his life.

“With Wilder he has got a lot to prove and a lot he has to accept things in his life, but he will be dangerous while it lasts.”

Deontay Wilder:

“Their best chance was earlier in the last year, July last year, October, if they wanted to try and come and get me.

“They allowed me to heal up 1,000 per cent, every little thing that was wrong with me I got it taken care of, I’ve got a whole centre for rehabbing, I’ve got A1 doctors.

“One of the most dangerous people to be around is the one who has nothing to lose. Come on, man, I’m totally free.

“He’s got to keep up and do the same s*** he did the second time, the same s*** and he knows he’s going to be under the microscope the whole time.

“I can’t wait, when you’re contemplating and pre-meditating about harming a man and you see that person, what you’ve been thinking and feeling will come out.”

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