LAS VEGAS is hosting another exciting chapter in heavyweight history tonight.
Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder step into the ring once again as they face-off in Sin City for the WBC heavyweight title, just as they did fourteen months ago over in LA.
That fight ended in a dramatic draw after 12 rounds of iconic sporting drama, including Fury's dramatic late resurgence after Wilder knocked him to the canvas.
When is Fury vs Wilder 2?
THIS is one of the most anticipated fights of the year and some way to kick off a packed 2020 and takes place next weekend on Saturday, February 22.
Fury is the marginal favourite to dethrone knockout king Wilder, who is still without a pro defeat and has a fearsome record of 42-1-0.
The Bronze Bomber holds the belt and the winner of this bout will be on a unification collision course with Anthony Joshua.
With the eyes of the world on Vegas, both fighters will be looking to put on a show.
As well as the main event, there's world title action on the undercard as Charles Martin faces Gerald Washington for the IBF crown and Emanuel Navarrete goes head-to-head with Jeo Santisima for the WBC bantamweight title.
Fight night will be on Saturday, February 22 with the MGM Grand hosting what is sure to be a terrific spectacle.
What time will Fury vs Wilder 2 start?
- Fury and Wilder will make their ring walks no earlier than 4.15am UK time
- That is 8.15pm local in Nevada, or 11.15pm ET.
- The MGM Grand in Las Vegas plays host to the huge night of boxing
How can I watch the big fight?
FIGHT NIGHT will be shown live on BT Sport Box Office in the UK.
You can watch on your TV if you've got Sky, Virgin Media or TalkTalk.
Or alternatively you can purchase fight night through the official website and stream on a number of devices.
The event will cost £24.95 to purchase, which has angered some fight fans who aren't impressed with a £5 increase on the first meeting.
- UK viewers can watch the fight on BT Sport Box Office, and US fight fans can watch via ESPN Plus.
- Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury (WBC heavyweight world title)
- Charles Martin vs Gerald Washington (IBF heavyweight title eliminator)
- Emanuel Navarrete vs Jeo Santisima (WBO world super bantamweight title)
- Sebastian Fundora vs Daniel Lewis (super welterweight)
- Subriel Matias vs. Petros Ananyan (light-welterweight)
- Amir Imam vs. Javier Molina (welterweight)
- Rolando Romero vs. Arturs Ahmetovs (lightweight)
- Gabriel Flores Jr. vs. Matt Conway; Jr (lightweight)
- Vito Mielnicki Jr. vs. Corey Champion (welterweight)
- Isaac Lowe vs. Alberto Guevara (featherweight)
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