They’re at it again! The Wilder vs Fury 2 heavyweight title fight is streaming live on February 22. Pre-show coverage is set to begin at 7 PM EST / 12 PM GMT, with the undercard starting a half-hour later. The main card featuring Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury in their heavyweight title rematch will begin live streaming starting at 9 PM EST / 2 AM GMT. Don’t expect Wilder and Fury to take the ring until a few hours later. If you can’t get tickets to watch the match at the Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, you can still stream the match live online from the US, Canada, the UK or anywhere else abroad.
This post will only recommend official sources. Wilder vs Fury 2 is going to be a huge internationally-broadcast event. It’s also primarily locked behind a pay-per-view wall, which means pirated streams are likely to pop up. Pirated streams come with notable risks, including sudden take-downs mid-fight. As well, pirated streams tend to be located on sites that may compromise your security. Instead, we recommend you opt for official streaming options, which carry none of the risks you’ll find with pirated streams.
All streaming platforms live streaming Wilder vs Fury 2 are region-locked, You may need a VPN to help unlock your usual streaming options if you’re traveling abroad.
How to live stream Wilder vs Fury 2 from abroad with a VPN
Most streaming services broadcasting the Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury 2 heavyweight title match online will geo-block access. That means you can only access some of the best streaming options by unblocking those streams using a VPN. A VPN will spoof your location and allow you to stream the fight from anywhere abroad, including from outside the US, UK, Canada, or other countries where streaming options will be available.
Here’s how to watch Wilder vs Fury 2 live online from anywhere:
- Sign up for a vetted VPN service. We recommend ExpressVPN for this purpose, but you may also want to consider NordVPN and CyberGhost as budget-friendly alternatives.
- Install your VPN software to your select streaming device(s). Some devices don’t support VPN apps, so make sure you check software compatibility before attempting to download your VPN.
- Choose the streaming service you want to use. The service you use will determine which VPN server you connect to.
- Connect to a VPN server in the country where your desired streaming service is located. For example, if you want to stream using DMAX in Turkey, you’ll need to connect to a VPN server in that country.
- Test your streaming option with the VPN. Make sure to test your VPN and streaming service prior to the start of Wilder vs. Fury 2. If you’re getting a blocked message, try clearing your browser’s cookies and cache, or streaming through a private browsing window.
The Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury 2 heavyweight title fight will be broadcast live but locked behind Pay-Per-View in most countries. You can bypass the need for Pay-Per-View by streaming through select options listed below with a VPN.
How to watch Wilder vs Fury 2 free online anywhere
In the US, UK and most other countries, Wilder vs. Fury 2 will be locked behind a paywall. However, a select few streaming options internationally will broadcast all parts of the fight completely free. However, if you’re traveling abroad, you’ll need a VPN to unblock those streams.
The following streaming international services will broadcast the title fight (or more) for free online:
To watch the fights for free in the above countries, you’ll need to connect to a VPN server in those countries first, then connect to the stream. We’ve tested and verified that ExpressVPN unblocks live streams from all of the options listed.
An alternative free option includes DAZN, which will be broadcasting the fight in:
DAZN comes with a free trial in these countries, meaning you can sign up and watch for free, then cancel before the free trial period ends. While DAZN blocks most VPNs, we’ve found that ExpressVPN’s Italy server unblocks DAZN.
If you’re in the US, you can’t get a free trial to DAZN. However, you can sign up for $19.99 per month, then access the Wilder vs. Fury 2 fight using ExpressVPN. This is an easy way to cut the cost of the higher PPV option through ESPN+/Fox Sports.
United States Wilder vs Fury II coverage
In the US, primary coverage will be available through ESPN+ PPV or PPV purchased through the Fox Sports Go app. However, the broadcast rights are a tad bit more complicated than that.
To watch the pre-show and first part of the undercard fights, you’ll need access to either ESPN or Fox Sports 1. You can access either of these two networks with free trials to the following:
All of these are only available in the US, so if you’re in another country, use a VPN to get a US IP address and unblock them.
As stated earlier, consider signing up for DAZN and connecting to an ExpressVPN server in Italy to access the fight for much less. Just make sure you also connect to DAZN while in a private browsing session. ExpressVPN offers a 30-day money back guarantee so you can try it risk-free.
United Kingdom Wilder vs Fury 2 coverage
BT Sport Box Office is your go-to option to watch the heavyweight title fight in the UK. Access to the entire fight costs just £24.95 through BT Sport Box Office.
Australia Wilder vs Fury 2 coverage
Australian boxing fans can turn to Main Event to stream the heavyweight title live online. Purchase PPV access through Main Event for $49.95 AUD.
Canada Wilder vs Fury 2 coverage
There are currently no broadcast rights for this fight available to Canada boxing fans. Your best options include either the free-to-air channels listed above or DAZN. DAZN Canada comes with a free trial, and you can then connect to the Italy server to access the entire fight.
What to expect from the Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury rematch
Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury last met in the ring back in 2018. The last time these two boxers fought for a heavyweight title, it controversially ended in a split decision. As a result, Wilder kept his title, and Fury left the ring, well…furious.
Both Wilder and Fury are currently undefeated in the ring. American-born Wilder maintains a strong 42-0 record with 41 knock-outs. UK-native Fury carries a 29-0 record with 21 knock-outs.
Given the past history and current records, there’s a good reason to believe this is going to be an incredibly close fight. Still, Wilder’s record gives him a bit of an edge. Betting odds in many places are close but are currently slightly in favor of a Wilder victory.
Wilder vs Fury 2: full schedule
|Undercard||Rolando Romero vs. Arthus Ahmeto|
|Isaac Lowe vs. Alberto Guevara|
|Subriel Matias vs. Petros Ananyan|
|Vito Mielnicki vs. Corey Chanmpion|
|Amir Iman vs. Javier Molina|
|Main card||Sebastian Fundora vs. Daniel Lewis|
|Emanuel Navarrete vs. Joe Santisima|
|Charles Martin vs. Gerald Washington|
|Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury|