How to watch Tyson Fury vs Oleksandr Usyk fight in UK: TV channel and live stream

Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk finally meet in the ring tonight
Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk finally meet in the ring tonight -Credit:Getty Images

Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk are set to face off tonight in a highly anticipated clash in Saudi Arabia.

The last undisputed heavyweight world champion was Lennox Lewis, who defeated Evander Holyfield in 1999. However, that long wait could end tonight, provided the Saudi showdown doesn't result in a draw.

Since Usyk's victory over Anthony Joshua in 2021, he and Fury have held the four belts between them. Last year, they agreed to a two-fight deal, which will see them square off again in October, regardless of tonight's outcome.

The pair have been exchanging barbs all week, but the verbal sparring will come to an end when the first bell rings tonight. Here's everything you need to know about this historic fight, reports the Mirror.

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How can you watch Fury vs Usyk in the UK via stream and TV?

The Tyson Fury vs Oleksandr Usyk fight will be broadcast on three platforms in the UK; Sky Sports Box Office, TNT Sports Box Office and DAZN. Boxing enthusiasts who already subscribe to one of these platforms will need to pay to view the fight, with prices around £25, although this varies between broadcasters.

To subscribe and watch on DAZN, follow the link below.

When will Fury vs Usyk start in the UK?

Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk are anticipated to make their ring walk at approximately 11.05pm UK time, translating to 1.05am on Sunday in local time. However, the fight's start time is not set in stone, as previous bouts in Saudi Arabia, such as Anthony Joshua's victory over Ngannou, have begun much later.

The start time could fluctuate depending on the duration of the undercard, which includes several 12-round matches.

Full fight card and undercard

Oleksandr Usyk vs Tyson Fury.

Joe Cordina vs Anthony Cacace.

Jai Opetaia vs Mairis Briedis.

Agit Kabayel vs Frank Sanchez.

Mark Chamberlain vs Joshua Oluwaseun Wahab.

Sergey Kovalev vs Robin Sirwan Safar.

Isaac Lowe vs Hasibullah Ahmadi.

Moses Itauma vs Ilja Mezencev.

Daniel Lapin vs Octavio Pudivitr.

David Nyika vs Michael Seitz.


Tyson Fury: 4/5.

Oleksandr Usyk: Evens.

Draw: 12/1.

Quotes corner:

Tyson Fury expressed his gratitude and readiness for the upcoming bout, stating: "I am going to make this short and simple. I want to thank God for the victory that I have received already and I want to thank everybody involved for putting this massive event on. I want to thank Usyk for turning up and challenging me and that is about it. Thank you to all the fans who have travelled over to support me. I know it is tough at the moment and money is hard, so I aim to put on a show. I'm ready, I've got nothing to say apart from I am ready for a good fight. Tough or easy, either way I will be ready."

Frank Warren hailed the fight as a historic event, saying: "This is the biggest fight of the 21st century and I would like to thank the people who have made it happen and for all they have done to make this happen in Riyadh. This is a great fight, we all know that, the fight we have all been waiting for. The two best heavyweights in the world, both undefeated. This is something extra special and fights like this come around once in a generation. We have the last two who fought for three belts in 1999 - Evander Holyfield and Lennox Lewis. So now who is going to be the greatest heavyweight of this generation? We will find out on Saturday when this fantastic fight happens. It has everything required not just to be a great boxing moment, but a great moment in sporting history. I am backing my man because he is the greatest heavyweight in the world and he has proved it time and time again."