Fury vs Wilder 3 live streams and start time, how to watch online, card and results

Tyson Fury punching Deontay Wilder in their second encounter, the two will tangle again in the Wilder Fury 3 live stream
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The Fury vs Wilder 3 live stream is here, and it’s a chance at redemption and an opportunity to completely establish dominance. We're updating this post with the early match results below, so you can stay up to date if you haven't purchased yet.

Fury vs Wilder 3 live stream start time

The Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder fight card has started today (October 9), at the T-Mobile Arena in Nevada.
► Time 9 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. PT / 2 a.m. BST
Fury vs Wilder ring walks: approx. 11:30 p.m. ET
• U.S. — Watch on ESPN Plus
• U.K. — Watch on BT Sport
• Aus. — Watch on Kayo Sport
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Deontay Wilder's last match was against Fury, way back on February 22, 2020 (which feels like 20 years ago), and it was Wilder's first loss ever. And it didn't sit well with him.

Or at least that's what years of silence, which followed a bad blame game, suggest. Should Breland have thrown in the towel? Was the 40-pound costume too much? Wilder would say "No" and "Yes," but that's beside the point. The only thing Wilder has left to hide behind are his claims of Fury's cheating and conspiring against him. Were Fury to win again? Wilder would probably have to move on.

Now, Deontay Wilder will get his chance to force a fourth match with the towering Tyson Fury. The two drew their first match, Fury won the rematch by TKO in round 7, and ever since then, the fight world has waited for this moment.

Drama has surrounded Fury vs Wilder 3 from all ends, including from promoter Bob Arum, who has lashed out at British broadcaster Kate Abdo for how she managed the Fury-Wilder press conference. Arum claims she was biased for Wilder, and said she encouraged the fighters to square off, despite that apparently not being in the plans. 

Currently Fury is the favorite and these are the odds: Tyson Fury (-270) vs. Deontay Wilder (+220). 

How to watch the Fury vs Wilder 3 live stream for free

While most will need to buy Fury vs Wilder 3 on PPV, those in Mexico, Russia and Thailand will be able to watch for free. Lucky ducks, huh?

Those who live in Thailand, but are traveling abroad, can simply use a VPN to make their systems think they’re back home. Mexico and Russia may not be VPN-friendly.

Fury vs Wilder 3 start time in US and UK

  • The Fury vs Wilder 3 PPV card starts at 9 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. PT / 2 a.m. BST.
  • The main event for Fury vs Wilder 3's ring walks are estimated for approximately 11:30 p.m. ET / 8:30 p.m. PT / 4:30 a.m. BST.

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Fury vs Wilder 3 live streams in the U.S.

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This one is simple, yet pricy: ESPN Plus and Fox Sports PBC PPV will both offer Fury vs Wilder 3 live streams. They are both selling the card at the same price: $79.99 USD. That said, ESPN+ isn't free either: it costs $6.99 per month. But ESPN+ does have a two-match undercard you won't get without it or ESPN2: Edgar Berlanga vs Marcelo Esteban Coceres and Julian Williams vs Vladimir Hernandez.

ESPN Plus and the Fox Sports app are available everywhere, including Android, iPhone, Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV, Xbox, Android TV and web browsers.

Fury vs Wilder 3 live streams in the UK

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BT Sport has the Fury vs Wilder 3 live stream on lock in the U.K., giving them another feather in their cap. It's also much cheaper in the U.K., at £24.95 (roughly $34 USD).

All sounds great, right? But if you're not in the U.K., you can still watch Fury vs Wilder 3 live stream by using one of the best VPN services, such as ExpressVPN

Fury vs Wilder 3  live streams in Canada

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Canadian PPV providers will have Fury vs Wilder 3 live streams, with pricing to be announced.

Fury vs Wilder 3 live streams in Australia

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Aussies can catch Fury vs Wilder 3 via Kayo Sport where it's a $59.95 PPV. The main event ring walks are expected to be at around 2:30 PM AEDT on Sunday, October 10.

Not in Australia right now? You can simply use a VPN to watch all the action on your Kayo Sport account, as if you were back home.

Kayo is available on the desktop web browser, iPhone, Androids, Android TV, Apple tvOS, Chromecast, PS4/PS5 and some Smart TVs.

Fury vs Wilder 3 card and results

Approximately 11:30 p.m. ET:

  • Tyson Fury (31-0-1) vs. Deontay Wilder (42-1-1) for WBC heavyweight title (12 rounds)

9 p.m. ET PPV card:

  • Robert Helenius (30-3) vs. Adam Kownacki (20-1), heavyweight (12 rounds)
  • Efe Ajagba (15-0) vs. Frank Sanchez (18-0), heavyweight (10 rounds)
  • Jared Anderson def. Vladimir Tereshkin by second-round TKO

7 p.m. ET preliminary card (ESPN2, ESPN Plus)

  • Edgar Berlanga beat Marcelo Esteban Coceres by unanimous decision
  • Vladimir Hernandez beat Julian Williams via split decision

4:30 p.m. ET early preliminary card (ESPN)

  • Robeisy Ramirez beat Orlando Gonzalez Ruiz via unanimous decision
  • Viktor Faust beats Mike Marshall in fourth-round TKO
  • Bruce Carrington beat Cesar Cantu via unanimous decision

Fury vs Wilder 3 odds

As you may expect, Tyson Fury is an overwhelming favorite going into this match, currently at -310 (wager $310 to win $100). Deontay Wilder is on the other end of the spectrum, a big underdog at +240 (wager $100 to win $240). 

Prop bets include Fury winning by points or decision (+260), Wilder winning by points or decision (+1600), and it seems Vegas doesn't think a draw (+2200) is in the cards.

Deontay Wilder at a glance

Tuscaloosa, Alabama's own Deontay Wilder goes into this match with (pardon the cliche) everything to gain and nothing to lose. Since he hasn't fought since his last match with Fury, this potential win is everything he needs. Notoriously guarded and hidden from the public, Wilder's seen as a loose cannon after taking that loss and none of the blame for it. 

Wilder's also only given us glimpses of himself that would suggest he's taking his preparation very seriously. And since he's blamed both his former (now fired) trainer Mark Breland and the 40-pound costume he wore to the ring, Wilder's running out of excuses. 

Tyson Fury at a glance

The favorite for the match, Tyson Fury's aware that Wilder isn't a cakewalk, and that one big mistake could send this trilogy to a 1-1-1 record. Fury's massive height (6 feet, 9 inches), combined with his fast feet and hands, though, give him a substantial advantage. 

Fury's not fought since his match Wilder either, and his 30-0-1 record, with 21 KOs, is impressive to say the least. His extracurriculars, including a match in the WWE in October, 2019, are more perplexing.

But since Fury is the undefeated one of the pair, he's got even more history on his side. Fury already knows how to beat Wilder, and it's Wilder who has to unlock the secret nobody else has: How to beat Tyson Fury.

Henry T. Casey
Managing Editor (Entertainment, Streaming)

Henry is a managing editor at Tom’s Guide covering streaming media, laptops and all things Apple, reviewing devices and services for the past seven years. Prior to joining Tom's Guide, he reviewed software and hardware for TechRadar Pro, and interviewed artists for Patek Philippe International Magazine. He's also covered the wild world of professional wrestling for Cageside Seats, interviewing athletes and other industry veterans.