Wilder vs Fury

Wilder vs Fury Live,Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury, WBC American champion vs British lineal … In the UK, the fight will be aired live on BT Sport Box Office,Tyson Fury faces Deontay Wilder in a huge heavyweight bout on December 1 with thousands watching ringside in LA and millions more around the world.

Wilder vs Fury Live

Date: Saturday, Dec. 1 | Time: 9 p.m. ET (6 p.m. PT)
Location: Staples Center — Los Angeles, California
TV: Showtime PPV | Price: $74.99
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Live stream: Showtime.com or Showtime App

The week is finally here. One of the most anticipated heavyweight boxing matches of the last decade is upon us as WBC champion Deontay Wilder prepares to square off with lineal king Tyson Fury at Staples Center in Los Angeles. Wilder is finally getting the step up in competition he’s begged for while Fury gets his chance in the spotlight one more time. Both have eyes on a bigger prize, however, with each hoping to lure unified heavyweight king Anthony Joshua into a bout in 2019.

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But first, one must emerge victorious on Saturday night. Wilder (40-0, 39 KOs) is coming off of a thunderous knockout win over Luis Ortiz in March where he was truly challenged for the first time in his career. After scoring an early knockdown, the champion seemed to be dazed after a series of blows from Ortiz. But Wilder rallied to drop Ortiz in the 10th round and score the knockout win.

Fury (27-0, 19 KOs) is coming off a pair of decision wins over Francesco Pianeta and Sefer Seferi in his first action since taking a hiatus following a decision win over then unified heavyweight king Wladimir Klitschko. With such a busy week expected, CBS Sports is providing a guide of all events taking place, plus our feature content, all in one place.

Tyson Fury faces Deontay Wilder in a huge heavyweight bout this Saturday December 1 with thousands watching ringside in LA and millions more around the world.

Fury will challenge Wilder for the one world heavyweight title he has never held at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles.

During a promotional tour ahead of the fight, Fury said: “He hasn’t got what he says he’s got. I see fear in Deontay Wilder, I could sense his heartbeat through his suit.

“I know when a man’s scared – Wilder’s terrified of me. He’s timid when he’s around me – looks at the floor, doesn’t make eye contact, all that sort of stuff. Even when he’s around me, off-stage.”

Will this translate in the ring? Here is how you can watch the fight on December 1.

What are both fighters saying?
Fury:

“I can walk around here, and I can talk as good as any man in the country,” Fury said.

“But when it comes to a fight, it’s going to be a hell of a fight. Deontay Wilder: massive puncher. Me: skillful boxer. It’s going to be an epic night. This is a legacy fight … and after I win, he’s going to hire me as his publicist because I do believe I can promote Deontay Wilder back to being heavyweight champion of the world in no time.

“But there’s no shame in losing to me, because I am the greatest boxer of my generation and I can’t be beat, especially not by him.”

Wilder:

“He’s great for the heavyweight division,” Wilder said of Fury.

“He’s charismatic. He can talk. I’ve got a great dancing partner. He’s fearless in the ring, and he’s got a background of boxing in his blood. It’s good that he’s from another country so you get to see different cultures, different personalities from the two of us.

“You’ve got one from America and you’ve got one from Great Britain. So that’s going to make it even more pleasurable for me when I knock him out.”

UFC 230 Live

How To Watch UFC 230 Live stream PPV Full Fight Online

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) returns to the pay-per-view (PPV) market with its UFC 230 mixed martial arts (MMA) event, headlined by the heavyweight championship showdown pitting reigning division kingpin, Daniel Cormier, opposite hulking division power puncher, Derrick Lewis. In the UFC 230 co-headliner, going down Sat., Nov. 3, 2018 inside Madison Square Garden in New York City, former UFC middleweight champion, Chris Weidman, tries to work his way back to a title shot opposite dangerous Brazilian submission specialist, Ronaldo “Jacare” Souza. Elsewhere on the card, 185-pound striking phenom, Israel Adesanya, continues his march toward the middleweight title against longtime veteran standout Derek Brunson. And let’s not forget the FOX Sports 1 and UFC Fight Pass preliminary cards, featuring such recognizable names as Roxanne Modafferi and Ben Saunders, among others. Not bad for an injury-ridden card cobbled together at the last minute!

MMAmania.com will deliver LIVE round-by-round, blow-by-blow coverage of the entire UFC 230 fight card below, starting with the Fight Pass “Prelims” matches online, which are scheduled to begin at 6:15 p.m. ET, then the remaining undercard balance on FOX Sports 1 at 8 p.m. ET, before the PPV main card start time at 10 p.m. ET.

Many of our readers check-in before, during and after the televised fisticuffs to share their thoughts on all the exciting action. Therefore, feel free to leave a comment (or 230) before you split and chat with all the other Maniacs during the show — it always turns out to be a great discussion.

Keep in mind that we will also be the spot for the latest news, recaps, and post-fight analysis following “Cormier vs. Lewis”

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is gearing up for its UFC 230: “Cormier vs. Lewis” mixed martial arts (MMA) event on pay-per-view (PPV), locked and loaded for this Sat. night (Nov. 3, 2018) inside Madison Square Garden in New York City. Prior to this weekend’s big shebang, which also features “Prelims” bouts on UFC Fight Pass and FOX Sports 1, the promotion will send all 26 fighters to the scale for the official UFC 230 weigh ins.

In a somewhat unexpected booking, the UFC inked a matchup between heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier and No. 2 ranked contender Derrick Lewis shortly after Lewis knocked out Alexander Volkov on Oct. 6. After that come from behind victory, Lewis, when asked about a potential fight with Cormier, said, “(Expletive) what you talking about right now. I ain’t trying to fight for no title right now, not with no gas tank like that.” As for Cormier, he broke his hand in his title-winning fight against Stipe Miocic in July and recently admitted that he couldn’t fully make a fist with that limb.

In the co-main event, former UFC middleweight champion Chris Weidman meets long-time top contender Ronaldo “Jacare” Souza in a 185-pound scrap.

Before the fighters step into the octagon on Saturday, Nov. 3, they will hit the scales. The ceremonial weigh-ins take place on Friday. The first fighter is set to hit the scale at 6 p.m. ET.