Tyson Fury v Dillian Whyte: TV channel details & fight-off time for heavyweight bout
Tyson Fury aims to defend his title against Dillian Whyte at Wembley Stadium.
Tyson Fury (31-0-1 record) faces off against Dillian Whyte (28-2-0 record) for the WBC and Ring magazine heavyweight titles at Wembley Stadium on Saturday night.
Here's everything you need to know about the fight including the fight time, TV channel, and how to stream the much anticipated heavyweight title clash.
What time does the Fury v Whyte bout begin?
The action takes place on BT Sport Box Office, with initial coverage beginning at 6 pm. The pay-per-view main card starts at 7 pm, costing €29.99.
The ring walks for Fury and Whyte are scheduled to commence at 10 pm, and coverage of the main event will continue into the late hours of Saturday night.
How can I watch Fury v Whyte fight on TV and stream it?
The fight is televised to watch on BT Sports Box Office, which you can avail of on BT TV, Virgin TV, and Sky.
The main card can be streamed on BT Sport Box Office App, or purchased on the BT Sports website.
Fights of interest on the Fury-Whyte undercard.
Tommy Fury (7-0-0 record) fights Daniel Bocianski (10-1-0 record) on his brother Tyson's undercard at Wembley Stadium.
Fury is aiming to be victorious over Bocianski in the hope of rebooking the Jake Paul fight. The 22-year-old was meant to fight Paul in December but pulled out due to a broken rib.
Fury on Daniel Kinahan: 'That's none of my business.'
Ahead of the fight, Fury was adamant Daniel Kanahin's affairs has nothing to do with his day-to-day life, despite being pictured with the now-sanctioned Irishman in Dubai in February.
Kinahan, who has been named in the High Court as the controller and manager of the Kinahan crime organisation, has been listed on an Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) list, which is a list of the US Treasury Department.
The heavyweight champion highlighted the media 'witch-hunt' he had to endure in 2016 when quizzed on his relationship with the alleged crime boss.
"That's none of my business and I don't interfere with anybody else's business," Fury said ahead of Saturday's fight.
"But I do know what the media can do. Remember, I was the one witch-hunted a few years back. Anyway, I've got enough problems of my own to worry about now."
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