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Deontay Wilder vs Luis Ortiz: LIVE Stream And TV Channel Info For Heavyweight Clash

Deontay Wilder vs Luis Ortiz: LIVE Stream And TV Channel Info For Heavyweight Clash

Deontay Wilder and Luis Ortiz face for the second time in the ring on Saturday night, with Wilder's WBC heavyweight title on the line, and you can watch it LIVE.

The pair faced each other just over 18 months ago in March 2018. It was Wilder's seventh title defence and, until the Tyson Fury draw in December 2018, was the American's toughest defence.

On Saturday night they face once again, at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, with Fury waiting in the wings to face the Bronze Bomber in February, should he be victorious.

What time does the fight start?

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The ring walks for the main event are set for 9pm in Las Vegas on Saturday night. The Pacific Time Zone is eight hours behind the UK which means the pair will make their way to the ring at 5am Sunday morning here.

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How can I stream the fight?

With Logan Paul vs KSI having just happened and Anthony Joshua's rematch with Andy Ruiz Jr to come fight fans will be happy to find the fight isn't on pay-per-view.

Fans can watch the action on Sky Sports Action, with the programme starting at 2am.

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Sky Sports customers can stream the fight on their phone, tablet or laptops.

If you don't have Sky Sports then you can also buy Sky Sports day packages with NowTV.

Topics: Heavyweight boxing, Boxing News

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