|LIVE FiGHT|!! Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury II (PPV) Rematch LiVe StReAmS @Las Vegas>>>2020

How to watch Deontay Wilder Vs Tyson Fury 2 live stream online from any country.

Watch Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury from anywhere in the world. This is everything you need to know about this boxing rematch.

When is Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury 2?

Date: Saturday, Feb. 22

PPV start: 7 p.m. ET | 4 p.m. PT

Main card: 9 p.m. ET | 6 p.m. PT

Main event: 11 p.m. ET | 9 p.m. PT (approx.)

It’s the rematch boxing fans have been waiting for as two heavyweight champions step back into the ring to settle a dispute that kicked off way back in December 2018. Not quite ready for the opening bell yet? We’ll tell you how to watch the Wilder vs Fury live stream so you don’t miss a single punch or showboating move. We’ve got you covered wherever you are in the world too.

After their last bout came to a tense draw, it was clear these two undefeated fighters would be back to decide an ultimate champion. Both legends in their own rights, it isn’t easy to pick a clear expected winner here.

Neither fighter has ever lost a match and while Fury hasn’t quite racked up the unbelievable 42 wins with 41 of which being knockouts that Wilder has, the Gypsy King’s history is by no means weak.

30 wins in total, 20 of which are knockouts and a reputation for being a diverse fighter, switching with ease to his different opponents, there’s a reason Fury has been the Bronze Bomber’s biggest challenge yet.

Watching a Wilder vs Fury 2 live stream will be tense with both fighters putting a lot on the line. Wilder’s WBC heavyweight championship is once again up for grabs and Fury is taking the dangerous risk of losing his status as the lineal heavyweight king.

And of course, you’re not just paying to see this legendary match-up. The undercard will be complete with a number of big fights, including Charles Martin vs Gerald Washington, with Martin looking to climb his way back up after losing his title in 2016 to Anthony Joshua.

No matter where you are in the world, we’ve included details on how to watch a Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury live stream online below. And if you’re out of the country or on holiday, we’ve also detailed how to watch it abroad.

Where and when is Wilder vs Fury taking place?

The fight is taking place on Saturday, February 22. Like many of the biggest fights around, it will be taking place in Las Vegas at the Grand Garden Arena. The first time they fought, it took place at the world-famous Staples Centre in LA. We’ve listed country-specific times further down this page when discussing local viewing options. – some of you are in for a very late night.

What happened in the first Fury vs Wilder fight?

This isn’t the first time these two have fought. In the first Fury vs Wilder fight, the end conclusion was a draw. This was considered pretty controversial with many fans believing Wilder should have won after knocking Fury down twice. Both fighters claimed they were the greatest heavyweight fighters in the world right now so a draw was never going to be the end of this.

Who is the favourite to win – Wilder or Fury?

Based purely on win-loss ratio’s, Wilder would be the obvious choice. He’s built up a reputation as the ‘knockout king’ with 41 of his 42 wins being from knockout. However, Fury has proved time and time again that he’s a complicated opponent to beat and even keep track of!

This is a fight between a brawler and a high intelligence fighter, working his way around his opponent. Fury has both reach and height advantage and many felt he was the obvious winner in their draw from last year. Therefore, Fury will be the one many are looking to for a win.

The Panel pick out the dream fights they would like to see in 2019

Boxing’s biggest stars will return to action next year and The Panel have revealed their dream wishlist of fights for 2018.

Gennady Golovkin is expected to battle Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez for a second time, while America’s No 1 Terence Crawford will pick his next opponent, and Britain’s best fighters can also continue their rise.

We asked our panel of experts to pick the fight they most want to see in the next 12 months…

Heavy pre-fight favorite George Groves retained his WBA super middleweight title with a fourth-round knockout of Jamie Cox at the Wembley Arena in London on Saturday and now looks forward to a World Boxing Super Series semi-final against Chris Eubank Jr.

Groves, who is rated No. 3 by THE RING at 168 pounds, ended the fight with a catch and shoot counter punch. Cox, a southpaw, led with a right hook which Groves deflected off the gloves before unleashing a sickening right uppercut to the solar plexus. Referee Steve Gray counted Cox out and the official time was 1:42.

“I didn’t want an easy fight and I knew Jamie was tough,” said Groves in his post-fight interview with ITV Box Office. “I was landing big body shots and you can’t keep giving me a target to the body because I might get you down and you might not get up.”

It was an entertaining fight while it lasted. Groves was controlling the opening session with quick shots from the outside when a sharp left hand from Cox landed flush. The pair slugged it out for the remainder of the session and Cox had displayed serious intent.

The challenger trapped Groves against the ropes in the second and released a series of rapid-fire combinations. Not all of them were landing, but Groves was under pressure and looked eager to establish time and distance.

In the third, Groves succeeded in slowing the pace and when Cox attempted to go through the gears again in the fourth, the air was sucked from his lungs with a superb punch.

The 29-year-old Groves (27-3, 20 KOs) won the vacant title in May at the expense of former titleholder Fedor Chudinov. It was his fourth attempt at world honors and a poignant moment for the Englishman and his team at Bramall Lane soccer stadium in Sheffield.

Chris Eubank Jr. confirmed his place in the WBSS semi-final by blasting out the previously unbeaten Avni Yildirim in three rounds last week. It was arguably a career-best performance by the enigmatic Eubank and a matchup with Groves promises to be a thunderous collision. They will face off in early 2018.

“Eubank has been a sparring partner of mine in the past,” said Groves when Eubank confronted his countryman in the ring. “A lot was made of the size difference in this fight and I knew Jamie couldn’t beat me. The same goes for Eubank Jr., he’s not big enough.”

This was Cox’s first defeat. At 31 years of age, he can come again.