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Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury 2: Everything you need to know about the fight

LockerRoom Team
22 February 2020

The much-awaited rematch between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder is all set to happen on February 22, 2020, at the MGN Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.

After their controversial outing back in 2018 which saw their fight end in split decision draw, the entire combat sports community had been waiting for the rematch between these two undefeated heavyweights.

How to watch Wilder vs. Fury 2 in India

Unfortunately, there is no official streaming for the fight in India. But the combat sports fans in India can watch the fight on the ESPN+, FOX Sports and BT Sports Apps. The fans can also checkout FITE where they can buy the pay-per-view.

When to watch Wilder vs. Fury 2 in India

The fight card is expected to start at 9:00 PM ET on Saturday which means that it will be around 7:30 AM IST on Sunday, 23 February 2020 in India.

The titles on the line

The WBC title of Wilder will be on the line while the vacant The Ring and Lineal Heavyweight titles will also be up for grabs.

Deontay Wilder Fight Record:

Deontay Wilder will be coming into the rematch with Tyson Fury with an undefeated record of 42-0-1 out of which 41 wins have been via knockouts. His lone draw came against Fury back in December 2018.

Tyron Fury Fight Record:

The English boxer holds a record of 29-0-1 in his professional career with 20 wins coming via knockout. Just like Wilder, the lone draw in Fury’s career came when these two last met.

Tale of the Tape

Tyson Fury

  • Record: 29-0-1 (20 KOs)
  • Age: 31
  • Height: 6'9"
  • Reach: 85"
  • Stance: Orthodox
  • Titles: Former unified WBA, IBF, WBO, IBO, The Ring and lineal heavyweight champion
  • Nationality: United Kingdom

Deontay Wilder

  • Record: 42-0-1 (41 KOs)
  • Age: 34
  • Height: 6'7"
  • Reach: 83"
  • Stance: Orthodox
  • Titles: Current WBC heavyweight titleholder
  • Nationality: USA

Wilder vs. Fury II – Major Quotes

Ahead of the rematch, Fury noted that Wilder is terrified and nervous. He also noted that he is going to knock out Wilder.

“Wilder is very nervous. I can see his jumper going in and out from the big heart beat pounding out of his chest. He’s terrified. He’s nervous as hell. He doesn’t know what to expect, and he’s getting knocked out,” Fury said.

Wilder had a similar opinion on Fury.

“He’s concerned and worried.I see that he’s nervous when I look into his eyes. Let’s face it, when you don’t know how you got dropped to the ground, or how you got up because you were so badly concussed, it’s a problem. It’s always in the back of your mind, like, this could happen again … and that’s why he switched trainers,” Wilder noted via

Who do you think will get the win this time around when these two lock horns inside the boxing ring? Let us know in the comment section below.

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