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Event;Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury
Division;12 rounds, for Wilder’s WBC heavyweight title
Date;(Dec 1),2018,6:45 p.m. ET,9pm ET Main Event Showtime PPV
Location;Staples Center, Los Angeles, California, USA
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Get acquainted with hard-hitting WBC heavyweight champion Wilder by tuning in to BT Sport 2 HD on TV or online from 6.30pm to enjoy a 60-minute No Filter Boxing special.
The 33-year-old opens up about his journey to the top of the division and gives a sneak peek behind the scenes during his preparations to take on Fury.
Next up at 7.30pm, No Filter Boxing sits down with the former unified heavyweight champion himself during an emotional hour-long special as the Gypsy King bares all on his fight to return to the ring after battling depression and drug addiction.
Our live coverage of the weigh-ins then begins at 8.30pm – but stick around after the hour-long show to watch episode two of Showtime’s unmissable Wilder vs Fury: All Access series.If you missed out on episode one, you can catch up on the BT Sport app or watch it back online by clicking here.
Wilder v Fury weigh-ins: What to look out forFriday’s weigh-ins could give us a fascinating insight into the tactical gameplans being concocted by both camps ahead of their meeting in the ring only 24 hours later.
Fury, having weighed north of 360lbs less than a year ago, has worked tirelessly to return to tip-top condition under the guidance of young trainer Ben Davison and a team of strength and conditioning coaches.
The aim, many believe, will be to return to a figure close to 250lbs; Fury weighed in at 247lbs prior to his masterful victory over Wladimir Klitschko in November 2015 as he demonstrated his elusive best to claim the heavyweight throne behind enemy lines.
Speaking after his win over Francesco Pianeta in August, Fury admitted he would be looking to slim down further, revealing: “I was 18st 6lbs [260.4lbs] there. Wilder will probably weigh about 15 or 15-and-a-half [210lbs – 217lbs].
“I’m going to try to get myself down to 18st [252lbs], nice and light so I can move and slip and slide and be very awkward.”
But during an exclusive chat with BTSport.com, the 30-year-old also hinted he would be looking to take advantage of his weight by tiring Wilder’s legs.Subscribe Now