Tyson Fury: I keep depression at bay by training
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Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder complete their saga as they face off for a third and final time at the T-Mobile Arena on Saturday night. Regardless of the outcome, both heavyweight fighters are guaranteed a mammoth-sized pay-day for their efforts in Las Vegas.
Wilder vies to reclaim the WBC world heavyweight title after Fury snatched it off him with a dominant performance in their second clash in February 2020.
He had held the belt since 2015 and retained it 10 times, including in an eventful and controversial split-decision draw against Fury in Los Angeles in 2018.
In the rematch, the Gypsy King showed unrelenting aggression, knocking Wilder down to the mat twice before the referee handed him a TKO victory with a seventh-round stoppage.
After beating the Bronze Bomber, Fury was eyeing a lucrative unification fight against Anthony Joshua before he lost his belts to Oleksandr Usyk last month.
But an arbitration ruled he had to face Wilder in a contractually guaranteed third bout this year. Express Sport bring you some essential information ahead of that bout.
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Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder prize money
Both fighters should be in for major pay-days this weekend, with a full-capacity 20,000 crowd set to attend the trilogy bout.
The duo’s contractually guaranteed pay for their second meeting was £3.7million ($5m) for each competitor, as per the Nevada State Athletic Commission.
But ESPN reported that Fury and Wilder would earn over £18.4m ($25m) overall before pay-per-view points for their 2020 fight.
Based on this, Fury’s base pay should be around £4.4m ($6m) and Wilder’s £2.9m ($4m) at the very least.
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How to watch Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder
Fight fans can catch Fury vs Wilder on different platforms. Coverage will be available on your TV, laptop, tablet and phone.
TV channel: UK viewers wanting to watch the fight live can buy the Fury vs Wilder 3 pay-per-view on the BT Sport Box Office for £24.95.
Live stream: Those wanting to watch the action live but will be away from their TV can watch online via the BT Sport Box Office app – if you’ve bought the pay-per-view!
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