TYSON FURY and Deontay Wilder do battle in their trilogy fight tomorrow – and it's now time for the fighters to weigh-in.
The Gypsy King knocked the Bronze Bomber out in seven rounds last year to claim the WBC heavyweight title, but the American is set on revenge.
And tonight we have the weigh-in from Vegas, with the fighters tipping the scales around 10pm BST.
You can catch coverage of the fight live on BT Sport Box Office, while the weigh-in can be watch for FREE below.
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- Anthony Chapman
WEIGH TO GO
It's almost time for Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder to weigh in for tomorrow's fight.
The heavyweight giants are expected out around 10pm BST.
Will there be any shocks on the scales?
- Ian Tuckey
EXCUSES GOT WILDER AND WILDER
Tyson Fury has praised Anthony Joshua for handling his loss to Oleksandr Usyk with class – unlike his opponent Deontay Wilder.
AJ was schooled by the Ukrainian at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium last month but made no excuses for his devastating loss, which ended his second reign as unified heavyweight champ.
That was in stark contrast to former WBC champion Wilder, who spouted several unfounded conspiracy theories after his defeat to Fury last February.
And Fury believes Joshua’s handling of the loss – as well as his shock 2019 defeat to Andy Ruiz Jr – is a testament to his character.
Ahead of his rematch with The Bronze Bomber on Sunday morning, Fury said: “You’ve seen Anthony Joshua lose all his belts to Oleksandr Usyk.
“He didn’t make any excuses, he didn’t cry about it.
“Same with the Andy Ruiz Jr knockout, never made excuses.
“That, in my opinion, is a different man than what I’m facing.”
- Ian Tuckey
BODY OF EVIDENCE
A body language expert has claimed Tyson Fury had the edge over Deontay Wilder BEFORE the first bell rang.
Fury dethroned the American of the WBC title in February 2020, after they drew two years beforehand and they now meet in a trilogy on Saturday.