What time is Tyson Fury fight tonight and where to get live stream

Fury and Usyk will do battle in Riyadh on Saturday
Fury and Usyk will do battle in Riyadh on Saturday -Credit:Getty Images

It's been a long time coming but finally this weekend Gypsy King Tyson Fury will take on Ukraine's Oleksandr Usyk and UK fight fans can get a little known bonus when they sign up to watch the high-stakes fight.

The weekend's fight is certainly hotly-anticipated by fans of the sport, with each boxer aiming to secure their place in the annals of boxing history. The victor will become the first undisputed heavyweight champion since 1999.

Initially set for February 17, the bout was postponed due to Fury suffering an eye injury during training. However, fans' disappointment was short-lived as a new date, May 18, was scheduled for the epic showdown in Saudi Arabia.

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The stakes are high as they compete for the esteemed WBC, WBA, WBO, and IBF titles. Fury enters the ring following a lacklustre performance against Francis Ngannou, where the most memorable moment saw him floored by the former MMA star.

Meanwhile, Usyk steps into the ring on the back of a thrilling victory over British contender Daniel Dubois. The outcome of the Saudi Arabia-based fight could set up the winner for a match against Anthony Joshua later in the year, with Joshua recently defeating Ngannou to reaffirm his status as a heavyweight powerhouse.

When is Fury vs Uysk? What are the fight and ringwalk times?

The highly anticipated bout will take place on Saturday, May 18, 2024 in The Kingdom Arena in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Exact timings are subject to change, but DAZN has said the undercard will kick off at 5pm UK time, with the main event potentially happening around 11.05pm.

Who else will be featured in the match card?

Tyson Fury vs Oleksandr Usyk for the WBC, WBA, WBO and IBF heavyweight titles takes top billing but elsewhere there's plenty of other matches of interest to boxing fans although as ever all bouts are subject to change.

Joe Cordina will face Anthony Cacace for the IBF super-featherweight title, while Jai Opetaia and Mairis Briedis will compete for the vacant IBF cruiserweight title. Sergey Kovalev is set to fight Robin Sirwan Safar while Isaac Lowe will take on Hasibullah Ahmadi.

Other clashes include Moses Itauma vs Ilija Mezencev, Mark Chamberlain vs Joshua Wahab, Daniel Lapin vs Octavio Pudivtr and David Nyika vs Michael Seitz.

How can I watch Fury vs Uysk?

UK fans can watch the Fury vs Usyk fight live on DAZN PPV. The UK PPV price on DAZN is £24.99, which also includes a one-month subscription to DAZN. Existing DAZN subscribers can get the UK PPV for £23.99. The fight will also be broadcast on TNT Sports Box Office and Sky Sports Box Office in the UK.

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