Fury vs Whyte LIVE Stream Broadcast Free Online On boxing 23 April 2022 Tyson Fury defends his WBC and The Ring heavyweight title belts against mandatory challenger Dillian Whyte tonight. It will be the first time Fury has stepped in the ring since his victory over Deontay Wilder last October.
The long wait is nearly over as Tyson Fury takes on Dillian Whyte for the WBC world championship exclusively live on BT Sport Box Office tonight, Saturday 23 April. Find out how to watch or live stream this unmissable event.
As with all of Tyson Fury’s fights, proceedings will be live on BT Sport’s Box Office service at a price of £24.95. Whether you’re a BT TV, Sky, or Virgin Media subscriber, the information below will equip you with all you need to know about how to access the fight.
If you’re not a subscriber to any of these services, scroll down to the “How to watch Fury vs Whyte online” segment at the foot of this article.
Coverage of the event gets underway from 6pm, with the main event expected to take place at around 10pm. Go to bt.com/box-office for more details.
How to watch Fury vs Whyte on Sky TV
Sky customers can buy the fight directly through the Sky website at sky.com/boxoffice/btsport or on channel 490 via your remote control.
The latest Sky Sports offers and discounts can be found at sky.com/tv/deals
How to watch Fury vs Whyte on Virgin Media
Virgin Media customers can find the fight through the ‘Live Events’ list in the On Demand section.
If you’re interested in becoming a Virgin Media customer, go to virginmedia.com/tv to find and enter your postcode to find out whether Virgin Media is available in your area.
How to watch Fury vs Whyte on BT TV
BT TV customers can buy the fight on their TV Box, through the BT Player or on channel 494. While you don’t need to be a BT Sport subscriber to access their Box Office events, you can still check out their latest package deals by going to bt.com/sport/buy
The big day has finally arrived as Tyson Fury takes on Dillian Whyte for the WBC heavyweight title in a pulsating domestic showdown guaranteed to be packed with drama.
Fury, the reigning WBC, lineal and Ring Magazine champion, will be treated to a spectacular homecoming for his first fight on home soil in almost four years with a record-breaking crowd of 94,000 expected at Wembley Stadium this evening.
The 33-year-old, who has repeatedly stated it will be his final fight before retirement, will want to end one of British boxing’s most decorated careers on a high by securing another memorable win on a historic night in the British capital.