Boxing Tonight: TV Channels, Live Streams, Tee Times & Fight Cards

In an all-British clash tonight at Wembley Stadium, Tyson Fury will be looking to remain undefeated and defend his WBC heavyweight title against heavyweight contender Dillian Whyte

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Fury and Whyte vote ahead of their fight for the world heavyweight title

For the first time in almost 30 years, there will be an all-British heavyweight world title fight tonight Tyson Fury tries to defend his WBC title against it Dillian Whyte in front of 94,000 fans at Wembley Stadium.

Fury defends his belt for the second time since winning it Deontay Wilder two years ago when they eliminated the American in their thrilling trilogy match last October. Whyte is fighting for the first time since regaining his interim title against Alexander Povetkin last March.

Whyte is looking to hand the undefeated Fury his first defeat, with The Gypsy King vowing it will be the last fight of his 14-year professional career. The English capital is set for a fantastic boxing night, so here’s everything you need to know ahead of the heavyweight bout…

What time are the fights?

UK fans can watch the Fury vs Whyte undercard from 6pm.

The fight for the world heavyweight title is expected to begin around 10 p.m. Ring walks for the main event between Fury and Whyte are likely to start around 10pm depending on the results of the undercard fights.

How to Watch via TV and Live Stream

Fury vs Whyte will be broadcast exclusively on BT Sport Box Office. It costs £24.95 in the UK (€29.99 in Ireland) and can be viewed on BT TV or online via the web or the BT Sport Box Office app, Virgin TV or Sky.

You can buy Fury vs Whyte here.


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Quotes corner

Tyson Fury : “I’ve played a lot of golf at Morecambe, with coach SugarHill, to prepare for these fights and that’s really improved my right hand and really got my shoulder into my shots.

“I drive the ball about 400 yards and I think it really helped. As part of my training I hit about 200 balls a day, we do a lot of different things to spice things up. We had a lot of fun at camp. It’s not like I’m going to the guillotine.”

Dillian Whyte : “It’s not the Tyson Fury show, his fights with Deontay Wider didn’t sell out. This show sold out because of me and Tyson Fury. This is about Tyson Fury and I, it’s the Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte show.

“I don’t dance for anyone. We can dance together, but it can’t be a one-way street. I’m a disciplined guy, I’ve learned to be disciplined over the years.”

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