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2018

WATCH: Deontay Wilder v Tyson Fury London press conference

World Boxing News 01/10/2018

World Boxing News, in association with SHOWTIME Sports, presents the official live stream of the Wilder vs. Fury international press tour from London.

WBC Heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder and lineal heavyweight champion Tyson Fury embark on a three-city press tour to announce their December 1 world title bout.

The larger-than-life personalities will descend upon London, New York and Los Angeles. The 6-foot-7 Wilder and the 6-foot-9 Fury face off and sound off in anticipation for the biggest heavyweight event in the U.S. since Mike Tyson-Lennox Lewis in 2002.

Verbal sparring has already begun on social media recently.

Fury told Wilder he wants to trade leather-for-leather for the coveted green belt. Whilst Wilder reminded the Briton of the times in the past when he’d punched himself in the face.

“I want Wilder to do as he says and meet me in the middle of the ring at Staples Center, have a war! Let’s make this a four round fight for the fans,” said Fury.

“F*** the game plans! Let’s just smash each other all over the ring. Blood, snot and guts everywhere! Be a man and meet me!”

Wilder joked: “December 1st baby! I can’t wait. I’m ready to add another KO to my record. As long as Tyson Fury doesn’t knock himself out first.”

UK fans watch on BT Sport here.

COVERAGE

SHOWTIME Sports announcer Mauro Ranallo will host coverage from New York and Los Angeles.

Hall of Fame SHOWTIME analyst Steve Farhood will provide analysis in New York.

While Brendan Schaub, the former UFC fighter and current host of the SHOWTIME digital talk show BELOW THE BELT, will join Ranallo in Los Angeles.



Wilder vs. Fury tests the raw power of Wilder against the unmatched size and mobility of Fury.

America’s only heavyweight champion since 2007, Wilder has 39 knockouts in 40 professional fights, including knockouts in all seven of his title defenses.

Fury is a former IBF, WBA and WBO heavyweight world champion who is undefeated in 27 professional fights and holds boxing’s coveted lineal heavyweight title.

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