It's time for the Fury vs Whyte live stream, so are you ready for a very tall brawl? Also, it should be quite the spectacle. Or at least that's what we've grown accustomed to with all things Tyson Fury.
• Date and Time: Fury vs Whyte is today (Saturday, April 23)
• Fury vs Whyte card starts: 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT / 7 p.m. BST.
• Fury vs Whyte time: Ring-walks are estimated for 5 p.m. ET / 2 p.m. PT / 10 p.m. BST — but they could always go on earlier.
The event is going to be live from Wembley Stadium in London.
Watch in the US — ESPN Plus
Watch in the UK — BT Sport Box Office
This colossal main event — "The Gypsy King" Tyson Fury vs "The Body Snatcher" Dillian Whyte — isn't just a clash to settle the undisputed WBC heavyweight champion (with Whyte's interim champ status going up against Fury's lineal status), it's also an all-British match.
This is likely why this fight is emanating from London's Wembley Stadium — which is cause for celebration for both sides. Neither those in the United States nor those in the U.K. will have to stay up late for this, with main event time estimates ranging from 2 p.m. out west to 10 p.m. BST.
This is Whyte's first fight since March 2021, while Fury was last seen ending his trilogy with Deontay Wilder 2-0-1, via KO in October of 2021.
This colossal clash has not one but two Furys on the card. Tommy Fury, the Love Island star who is also Tyson's half-brother, is on the undercard fighting Daniel Bocianski. At one point, he was slated to fight Jake Paul. It's even more of a family affair for Tyson Fury, though, as his cousin Isaac Lowe is taking on Nick Ball.
Here's everything you need to know about Fury vs Whyte live streams, including the undercard, odds and more details about the fighters.
Are there any Fury vs Whyte free live streams?
As far as we can tell, you gotta pay for Fury vs Whyte.
How to watch Fury vs Whyte live streams in the US
The card begins at 2 p.m. ET, with the main event on at around 5 p.m. ET.
Fury vs White odds
DraftKings has Fury as the favorite at -550 (bet $550 to win $100), and Whyte as the +400 underdog (bet $100 to win $400).
How to watch Fury vs Whyte live streams in the UK
For once, fight fans across the pond are running the timing game. Fury vs Whyte live streams start at 7 p.m. local BST, with the main event scheduled for around 10 p.m. (give or take).
It's live on BT Sport Box Office, where it costs £24.95.
Just a heads up, though, the Fury vs Whyte live stream is not available via a web browser, but through apps on Now TV devices, PlayStations, Xbox, Apple TV and some Smart TVs.
How to watch Fury vs Whyte live streams in Canada
It appears that our neighbors to the north will likely need to do what they do for most big fight nights. ESPN Plus isn't available in Canada, and so Fury vs Whyte live streams will likely be sold via direct standard ol' PPV. Various providers, including BELL and Rogers, will likely sell it a la carte to subscribers.
How to watch Fury vs Whyte live streams in Australia
Down under, you need Stan to watch Fury vs Whyte live streams. Much like with ESPN Plus, you'll need to get the Stan subscription service (free for the first 30 days) and then drop an additional fee (AUS $60) to get the event.
Stan starts at AUS $10 per month, but you'll spend AUS $19 for additional streams on other devices and higher resolution (up to 4K UHD depending on the event).
Fury vs Wilder's undercard begins at 4 p.m. AEDT and its main event should begin at approximately 7 a.m. AEDT.
How to watch Fury vs Whyte live streams in New Zealand
Fight night fans can watch Fury vs Whyte live streams on Sky Arena in New Zealand. The price is TBA, but we do expect a hefty fee.
The main card is scheduled for 6 a.m. NZST, with main event ring walks at approximately 9 a.m.
Fury vs Whyte undercard
- Tyson Fury (c) vs. Dillian Whyte for Fury’s WBC heavyweight title
- Isaac Lowe vs Nick Ball — featherweight
- Tommy Fury vs Daniel Bocianski — light-heavyweight
- Anthony Cacace vs Jonathan Romero — super-featherweight
- David Adeleye vs Chris Healey — heavyweight
- Karol Itauma vs Michal Ciach — light-heavyweight
- Royston Barney-Smith vs Constantin Radoi — super featherweight
- Kurt Walker vs Stefan Nicolae — super featherweight
Tyson Fury cheat sheet
- Record: 32-0-1, with 22 KOs
- Height: 6'9"
- Reach: 85 inches
- Title: WBC heavyweight champion
- The undefeated Fury comes into this fight the favorite for a reason: he's undefeated, with three of his last 5 fights ending in a knockout. The two most recent came against Deontay Wilder, and the first of those is where he won the WBC heavyweight championship.
- Fury's also dabbled in predetermined fights, participating in two events for World Wrestling Entertainment. First, he defeated fellow bigman Braun Strowman via countout at the WWE Crown Jewel event (for which he reportedly made $15 million USD). He later worked with Strowman to topple a pair of much smaller wrestlers, Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel, called the B-Team.
Dillian Whyte cheat sheet
- Record: 30-2-0, with 19 KOs
- Height: 6'4"
- Reach: 78 inches
- Title: WBC interim
- Whyte has held the WBC interim heavyweight title multiple times, but rescheduling, injuries and the Covid-19 pandemic have punched holes in his record. He won the title from Alexander Povetkin on March 27, 2021.
- Whyte previously won the title in 2019 by beating Oscar Rivas by unanimous decision. He lost the title to Alexander Povetkin on August 22, 2020, via fifth round KO.
Fury vs Whyte purse
Fury vs Whyte has the highest purse in boxing history, with $41,025,000 (or £31 million).
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