Wilder vs. Fury 2 does not come as a surprise to many boxing enthusiasts and fans as they saw the first match end in a split-decision draw on December 2018. Since then, we have had a lot of speculations from the all over the media voices, promoters, and all boxing fans.
Technically, every fight has a clause in their contract to initiate a rematch in case of a loss, and in our case with Wilder and Fury, it’s was just a matter of time for them to agree to a rematch.
And that’s why we are waiting for the anticipated rematch on Saturday, 22nd February 2020, at the MGM Grand, Las Vegas.
Announcement of the Fight
Fury was the first one to state clearly that there will be a rematch happening in 2020 between him and Wilder. Since then he has fought Otto Wallin in September 2018 and won through a unanimous decision.
Wilder also confirmed this speculation during the summer and after he defended his WBC heavyweight title against Luis Ortiz in November 2019, and won through a knockout.
Wilder vs. Fury 2 fight coverage
For those who won’t attend the rematch at the MGM Grand, they have the privilege of watching Wilder vs. Fury 2 live stream from many providers out there.
Here is a list of the channels to check out during the fight. Be sure to note that you’ll be required to pay some fees to access some of these services.
- Sky Sports Box Office (UK)
- BT Sports Box Office (UK)
- Fox Sports PPV (USA)
- Fox Sports TV App (USA)
- Showtime PPV (USA)
- StarHub (Singapore)
- OSN Play (Middle East)
- ITV.Ru (Russia)
- SuperSport (South Africa)
- Main Event (Australia)
- DAZN (Austria/Germany)
If you don’t want to miss out on any action during the rematch, then you’ll need to pay the subscription fee to access the above TV streaming services. People living outside the supported countries will have to use a VPN service to access the streaming sites.