The world of boxing has seen a lot of action in the heavyweight division in recent years, and this weekend, fight fans around the world will be tuning in to see two undefeated titans duking it out for the second time: On Saturday, Deontay Wilder will once again be going toe-to-toe with Tyson Fury to settle once and for all who is the toughest heavyweight in the game today. This highly anticipated Top Rank Boxing fight is a pay-per-view event, and if you’re looking for a way to stream it online this weekend, then it’s not too late to
Top Rank Boxing: Fury vs. Wilder 2 is a rematch, with these two undefeated fighters having already faced each other once before in December 2018. As you likely already know (or maybe you guessed by the fact that both of these boxers remain undefeated despite having fought once already), that battle ended in a controversial draw, so it’s certain that both men – as well as boxing fans all over the globe – are eager to see who is the top dog this second time around.
Deontay Wilder is the current WBC heavyweight champion with an incredible record of 42 wins, a whopping 41 of which have been by knockout. Tyson Fury is the current lineal heavyweight champion with 29 wins under his belt (20 of which have been via KO), and both men will be defending their respective titles this Saturday while also gunning for the vacant The Ring heavyweight belt. Since their first bout more than a year ago, Wilder and Fury have each added two more wins to their records to continue their undefeated streaks.
In 2015, Fury decisively ended Vladimir Klitscho’s 23-fight title reign to claim the unified WBA, IBF, WBO, IBO, The Ring, and lineal heavyweight championships; however, due to a depression-induced battle with substance abuse, Fury was forced to vacate all but the lineal heavyweight titles. Tyson “Gypsy King” Fury enjoyed a massive comeback in 2018, however, claiming two victories before challenging Wilder for the WBC heavyweight belt, marking their first indecisive fight that ended in a draw. Now, one of these boxing legends and fan favorites is almost certainly going to walk out of the ring bearing his first defeat this Saturday in one of the most high-stakes and highly anticipated heavyweight matches in recent memory.
ESPN+ is the best place to find all things Top Rank Boxing, and a subscription would normally ring in at $50 for a year (or a more expensive $5 per month); the Wilders vs. Fury 2 pay-per-view package itself costs $65, meaning you’d be paying $115 for both if you bought them separately. However, if you don’t have an ESPN+ membership yet, thenlets you score both – a year’s worth of ESPN+ along with the Wilders vs. Fury 2 PPV – for just $85, saving you 30 bucks.
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