WBC Champion Fury finally looked set to take on Anthony Joshua in Saudi Arabia this year, but after Wilder’s team won an arbitration hearing, the American waived his rights to a third fight against The Gypsy King.
The pair have clashed twice already in two exciting bouts; the first giving boxing fans one of the greatest moments in the sport’s history as Fury rose from the canvas to battle his way back to a controversial draw.
A second fight was created following the controversy, but Fury made no mistake of letting the encounter go to the scorecards with a flawless display to win by seventh-round KO.
Now the pair will meet again this summer and we have everything you need to know ahead of Fury vs Wilder 3:
IT’S FIGHT WEEK! The big night is almost here and news will rapidly break as the first bell edges ever closer. Keep an eye out for all of the latest big stories below…
UPDATE October 9: Tyson Fury’s version of Deontay Wilder’s announcement onto stage amuses boxing fans
UPDATE October 8: The hardest hitting heavyweights in history ranked ahead of Fury vs Wilder 3!
‘Tyson Fury is better than Muhammad Ali, Wladimir Klitschko, Mike Tyson & Lennox Lewis’
Deontay Wilder has seriously bulked up ahead of Tyson Fury fight as new images emerge!
UPDATE October 7: Deontay Wilder’s biggest KOs have been put into super slow motion & it’s carnage!
Mike Tyson’s ‘wild’ reaction to Tyson Fury stopping Deontay Wilder in the rematch has resurfaced!
UPDATE October 6: The WBC have ranked their all-time 10 greatest heavyweight boxers ahead of Fury vs Wilder 3!
How much will Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder make for trilogy fight? A minimum has been revealed…
Anthony Joshua changes his prediction for Fury vs Wilder 3
Tyson Fury mocks Deontay Wilder’s cheating accusations by comparing himself to Tommy Shelby
Read more: Tyson Fury mocks Deontay Wilder’s cheating accusations by comparing himself to Tommy Shelby
UPDATE October 5th: Tyson Fury will weigh in 20lbs HEAVIER for his Deontay Wilder trilogy fight, says trainer SugarHill Steward.
Who will the winner go on to face?
UPDATE October 4th: Tyson Fury’s co-promoter Frank Warren doesn’t think Anthony Joshua can be regarded as a ‘world-class’ fighter anymore following his defeat to Oleksandr Usyk.
UPDATE October 4th: Deontay Wilder’s comments to Joe Rogan before the second Tyson Fury fight look so awkward now.
UPDATE October 4th: Deontay Wilder has received some words of advice from Mike Tyson!
UPDATE October 4th: Deontay Wilder is looking in the shape of his life as new photo emerges ahead of Saturday’s fight!
UPDATE October 3rd: Deontay Wilder believes Tyson Fury is coming up with a master plan to cheat again!
UPDATE October 2nd: What Tyson Fury said to Deontay Wilder in the ring immediately after their second fight…
UPDATE October 1st: Boxing fans were stunned by footage of Deontay Wilder after 6th round in second fight
Tyson Fury has pinpointed that the moment Deontay Wilder floored him in the first fight, was the exact moment he figured out how to beat him
Mike Tyson summed up why Deontay Wilder wouldn’t beat Tyson Fury last year and it doesn’t look like anything has changed
UPDATE September 30th: Tyson Fury sends comically simple ‘punch me in the face’ advice to Deontay Wilder
Tyson Fury says he is working towards recording career heaviest weight ahead of Deontay Wilder trilogy bout
Read more: Tyson Fury aiming for career high weight in Deontay Wilder trilogy
After being postponed, we can now confirm the rearranged fight date between Fury and Wilder is Saturday, October 9 2021. The trilogy fight is something fans want to see and we have to wait a little bit longer than first anticipated.
Read More: Fury vs Wilder 3: What date is the fight?
UK Start Time
As the event is in the US, many are wanting to know when the action starts UK Time.
The undercard will start at 12am UK time, which means we can expect the main event of Fury vs Wilder to start at 4 am on Sunday at the earliest.
If other fights go the distance before, the Fury vs Wilder 3 showdown could start as late as 5am on Sunday morning for UK viewers.
Here is a list of every fighter on the card for Fury vs Wilder 3:
(Please note that this could change closer to the event)
- Robert Helenius vs Adam Kownacki
- Efe Ajagba vs Frank Sanchez
- Robeisy Ramirez vs Orlando Gonzalez Ruiz
- Edgar Berlanga vs Marcelo Esteban Coceres
- Julian Williams vs Vladimir Hernandez
- Jared Anderson vs Vladimir Tereshkin
- Rances Barthelemy vs TBA
- Viktor Vykhryst vs Mike Marshall
- Bruce Carrington vs Cesar Cantu
- Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder: fighting for the WBC and The Ring Heavyweight titles
We can expect to see the ring walk for the main event – Fury vs Wilder – take place between 4am and 5am on Sunday morning UK time.
The ring walks often take around 10-15 minutes for both fighters to enter the ring before the action commences.
The fight will take place at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States.
Tickets can be purchased from AXS and other reputable events companies.
Fury vs Wilder 3 is going to be a pay-per-view bout courtesy of two broadcasters – ESPN and Fox Sports.
The fight will also most likely be streamed live on BT Sport Box Office, which you can access by signing up and watching on your TV or via the BT Sport Box Office App.
The prices for these pay-per-views are yet to be announced, but UK viewers can expect to have to pay around £24.95 for the fight, as was the case for Fury vs Wilder 2.
Fury vs Wilder 3 Odds
As of 1st October 2021, here are the latest odds that various bookmakers are offering:
Tyson Fury – 5/12
Deontay Wilder – 13/5
Draw – 26/1
Here are the stats and records for both Fury and Wilder throughout their boxing careers so far:
Fight record: 31 fights, 30 wins, 21 wins by KO, 0 losses.
Fight record: 44 fights, 42 wins, 41 wins by KO, 1 loss.
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