Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder Fight: Latest Boxing News LIVE
Deontay Wilder defends his WBC heavyweight world title against Tyson Fury on Saturday.
The pair of undefeated heavyweights go head-to-head at the Staples Center from Los Angeles, California.
Wilder is slated to make the eighth defence of his heavyweight crown, while Fury challenges for world titles for the first time since 2015 where he dethroned reigning champion Wladimir Klitschko.
Both the heavyweight fighters are unbeaten in their combined 67 professional bouts. The fight is expected to be watched by millions of people across the UK and throughout the world. If you want to watch the fight in the UK, it is available on BT Sport Box Office for £19.95 which is available across BT, Sky and Virgin Media.
We've got all the build up, news and reactions ahead of fight night, here.
12:00 // How to Watch Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder fight: What Channel, How Much & Live Stream Information
If you live in the UK, you can watch the Fury vs Wilder fight BT Sport Box Office. This is a pay per view fight so you will need to fork out £19.95. If you are a BT TV customer it is on channel 494 but even if you don't have a BT package you can still watch the fight on the other major TV providers.
If you get your TV service through a Sky box, you can stream the BT Sport Box Office event through channel 490.
If your chosen TV provider is Virgin Media, information about how to watch the fight is available on your set top box - Just press the 'home' button.
11:30 // Tyson Fury 'embarrassed' over press conference and believes no face-off should happen at the weigh-in
Wednesday's pre-fight press conference was explosive to say the least. Wilder and Fury traded words during the presser before clashing as they faced-off.
And Fury's 'quite embarrassed about what happened' and reckons there should be no face-off at the weight-in.
"I am quite embarrassed about what happened," he said.
"It was not how sportsmen should be. It got out of hand but it was two unbeaten fighters who want to win, badly.
"Deontay Wilder is obviously nervous and rattled and he felt the need to get in my face.
"There should be no face-off at the weigh-in and if it comes to fisticuffs then let's have it.
"I will not wait until Saturday if he gets in my face before."
Wilder and Fury come head-to-head before fight night tonight at the official weigh-in.
11:00 // Legendary Trainer Freddie Roach Says Tyson Fury will KO Deontay Wilder in the later rounds
In an interview with Kugan Cassius for iFL TV, Roach said that he believes Tyson Fury will break Deontay Wilder down and finish the fight with a knock out towards the end of the fight.
The American also commented saying that it is not out of the question for the Gypsy King to win with a first-round stoppage.
10:15 // Tyson Fury: "The belts that AJ has are only belts he picked out of the garbage tin."
Fury has verbally trashed unified heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua, saying his belts have been picked out of the garbage.
"Listen, I'm already number one," Fury said. "So I don't need to beat Deontay Wilder to prove that, because I'm not any old champion. So I can't move up any more spaces. But if he beats me, he can become number one. But if I beat him, I stay where I am.
"The belts that AJ has are only belts he picked out of the garbage tin, because they were all given to him by me - every single one of them. So them belts are of no interest to me. I already have all of them belts in me front room, all in the cabinet, displayed."
09:45 // Fury Has Shaved Off 'The Beard'
In the pre-fight build up Tyson Fury discussed shaving off his beard and now he's done it.
He said 'The beard took me six months to grow and six seconds to shave off'.
People on Twitter are saying that Tyson might have done this on purpose to get into Wilders head. With the new clean shaven look it does make him look like the same fighter who beat Klitschko in 2015.
For the first time since 2015, Wilder will think 'He's back' when he sees him.
09:30 // Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder press conference descends into chaos
At the final meeting before their heavyweight bout in LA on December 1st, the news conference descended into carnage as the two fighters clashed on stage in front of a packed room.
With Fury's trash talking you could see Wilder growing more and more before the fighters began pushing and shoving during a face off. It wasn't long before their respective teams got involved which prompted around 60 seconds of chaos.
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