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Fury vs Whyte: Live stream information and how to watch the fight on BT Sport Box Office
The long wait is over as Tyson Fury took on Dillian Whyte for the WBC world championship exclusively live on BT Sport Box Office. Find out how to watch or live stream this unmissable event.
Fury, the reigning WBC, lineal and Ring Magazine champion, was treated to a spectacular homecoming for his first fight on home soil in almost four years with a record-breaking crowd of 94,000 at Wembley Stadium.
The 33-year-old, who has repeatedly stated it will be his final fight before retirement, wanted 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.
Whyte, meanwhile, was desperate to ensure his much-publicised struggle to secure a shot at the heavyweight world title will not have been in vain when he took on the man he once trained alongside for the famous green-and-gold belt at England's national stadium.
Hall of Fame promoter Frank Warren revealed this week that the fight had set a new record for the highest grossing single day event at Wembley Stadium, while the monster crowd will set a new European attendance record for a boxing event.
With a brilliant undercard to boot, it was a truly memorable night to cap off a stunning day of sport on St George’s Day that began with Arsenal vs Manchester United - and we’ve got all the action exclusively on BT Sport Box Office.
Check out the timings for the event, as well as more information on the venue and some context for the fight itself with our informational guide here.
But for all that you need to know to watch or live stream Fury vs Whyte, read on!
How to watch Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte
Who else is fighting on the undercard?
A host of brilliant British fighters will be given the chance to showcase their skills on one of the biggest stages in world boxing at Wembley Stadium this weekend including Ekow Essuman Isaac Lowe, Tommy Fury and David Adeleye.
British welterweight champion Essuman was a late addition to the card this week after Anthony Cacace vs Jonathan Romero was pulled due to the visitor's visa issues.
However, fight fans have been given an unexpected treat with Essuman defending his Lonsdale and Commonwealth belts against live challenger Darren Tetley over 12 rounds instead.
Fury's comrade Lowe, meanwhile, is aiming to get his world title ambitions back on the straight and narrow following a shock loss to Luis Alberto Lopez last time out.
The 28-year-old faces undefeated Liverpudlian Nick Ball in what promises to be another fascinating British brawl for the vacant WBC Silver featherweight title.
Some of the brightest British prospects from the Queensberry stable will also be given the chance to shine, starting with Tommy Fury, who returns to light heavyweight action against Polish veteran Daniel Bocianski seeking to make a statement to a certain unnamed YouTuber.
Heavyweight prospect David Adeleye also features on the card alongside highly-touted 2018 Youth Olympics gold medal winner Karol Itauma.
For more information, click here for a full rundown of the undercard.
Fury vs Whyte: Who will win?
Opinion is divided ahead of the biggest British heavyweight title fight since Lewis vs Bruno almost three decades ago with most believing we could be set to witness something special between Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte at Wembley Stadium tonight.
Read on for a few excerpts from our Fury vs Whyte predictions piece, which you can read in full by clicking here.
“The styles clash beautifully in this fight and I think that there’s going to be an upset. I think somehow Dillian Whyte is going to find a way to land that big left hook.
“Tyson Fury can do anything in this fight. He can stand way back and throw his jab and box, or he can box inside. But if he boxes inside, there’s a danger of him getting hit.
“I think Fury but I think it’s going to be a really exciting fight. I think both men may go down in the fight but I’m going to say Fury late stoppage win.”
“The only chance Dillian has is if he clocks Tyson and the more Tyson stands there and trades, like he has done in his last two fights, I think the more chance he offers Dillian. Dillian will hit you and he’ll lay you out.
“Dillian is a good box-fighter. He’s a bit of a brawler, a slugger – and that’s what Dillian needs to do. But one of them could have a bad night’s sleep or a bit of luck on their side. It’s a puncher’s chance versus a slick boxer, one of those ones. I wouldn’t be surprised if Dillian got lucky but I’d expect Tyson [to win].”
How much does the fight cost in the UK?
The price for Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte will be £24.95.
What is the price for viewers in the ROI?
The price for Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte in the Republic of Ireland will be €29.99.
BT TV customers can use their remote control to buy Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte.
Simply press the ‘BT Player’ button then ‘Buy Now’ on the event, which will be shown on channel 494.
Yes, Sky customers can purchase BT Sport Box Office on channel 490 via their remote control.
Anyone who wants to stream the fight can simply visit bt.com/sportboxoffice to purchase the event and then watch either on the website link provided or via the BT Sport Box Office app.
EE, Three and O2 customers watching online or via the app can choose to add the payment to their mobile bill.
The event is also fully compatible with Google Chromecast and Apple Airplay.
Yes. Virgin TV customers will be able to press ‘On Demand’ and then ‘Live Events’ on their remote control to order Fury vs Whyte.
Yes. Customers in the Republic of Ireland will be able to purchase BT Sport Box Office via Sky at sky.com/boxoffice/btsport.
Don’t worry. If you missed Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte, repeats will begin at 9am on Sunday 24 April on BT Sport Box Office HD, continuing until the final showing at 3pm on Thursday 28 April.