Ladies and gentlemen, let’s get ready to rumble!
Boxing fans have been excited to see Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte have been in the ring for some time now and the wait is almost over.
With the weigh-in done and predictions made by some of boxing’s biggest names, it’s finally turned into a fight night between ‘The Gypsy King’ and ‘The Body Snatcher’ at Wembley Stadium.
But how can combat fans get to see all the action in the UK, and what are the latest odds of the long-awaited heavyweight battle?
What time is it Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte?
Fury vs Whyte takes place at Wembley Stadium tonight – 23rd April.
Ring walks to the main event are expected between 10pm and 11pm, but this is subject to change.
How much do Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte weigh?
The two fighters took part in a weigh-in on Friday afternoon ahead of their ‘Battle of Britain’ match tonight.
Fury came in at 264.8 lbs, his lightest since his first encounter against Deontay Wilder in December 2018, while Whyte hit the weight of 253 lbs.
How to watch Fury vs Whyte in the UK
Viewers in the UK will have to purchase the match on a pay-per-view basis from the BT Sport Box Office, with coverage set to start around 1pm.
It will be free to watch the first hour, but you must then have paid to see the rest of the subcard plus the main event.
The event costs £ 24.95 to watch at the BT Sport Box Office.
If you are a BT TV customer, you can buy and watch BT Sport Box Office events on BT TV.
If you are currently a BT Sport subscriber to Sky, or you have previously purchased a BT Sport Box Office event on Sky, you can purchase the event via your Sky box.
If you have Sky but do not currently subscribe to BT Sport, or you pay for BT Sport through Sky, sign up and pay for your first event with BT.
Once you have purchased it, you will be able to watch it by pressing Box Office on your Sky remote or by tuning in to the BT Sport Box Office channels on 490/494.
How can I livestream the match?
The heavyweight match will only be available as a livestream on all major devices by signing up for the official pay-per-view with BT Sport.
You can then stream the match on the BT Sport Box Office app once you have purchased it.
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