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Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte press conference: Watch free live stream as the fighters clash for the first time this week
Tune in to our free live stream for all the fun from Wembley Stadium as Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte come face-to-face for the first time during fight week.
Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte will come face-to-face for the first time since their record-breaking heavyweight showdown was confirmed when the pair trade verbals at today’s press conference in London.
Wembley Stadium will host the eagerly anticipated showdown between the two men on Wednesday with added intrigue around the media event given Whyte’s self-imposed exile from the spotlight over the past few months.
We’ll bring you every moment of the action when Fury and Whyte take to the stage at the national stadium on the embedded YouTube live stream above.
Just bookmark this page and return back when our coverage begins at 2.30pm and click play on the embedded video.
If you’re not able to watch live, don’t worry! You can scrub back through the video using the slider at the bottom of the player window – or wait for the event to finish and watch the whole thing back instantly.
Read on below for all the other ways you can watch the Fury vs Whyte press conference live.
What time does the Fury vs Whyte press conference start?
The final fight week press conference is scheduled to get underway from 2.30pm at Wembley Stadium, pitting Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte against one another in the same venue they will face off on Saturday night.
How to watch the press conference on TV
If you prefer watching all the action on the big screen, we'll be showing the Fury vs Whyte press conference live on good, old fashioned TV! Just head to BT Sport 1HD in time for the beginning of the event. BT TV customers can find us on channel 430, while Sky customers can head to channel 413 and Virgin Media viewers to channel 527.
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How to live stream the press conference on a phone or tablet
If you're not able to watch on YouTube, open the BT Sport app at 2.30pm and follow the link at the top of the homepage for our free-to-air stream of the event.
How to live stream the press conference on a laptop
Check back to the bt.com/sport home page from 2.30pm to access a free-to-air stream of the press conference when our coverage gets underway.
What's the story?
Fight fans will need no reminder that Tyson Fury’s press conferences are appointment viewing – and ahead of the biggest event of his career, you won’t want to miss whatever the Gypsy King has in store this time around.
The 33-year-old will fight on English soil for the first time in almost four years when he makes the second defence of his WBC crown on Saturday night.
Since beating Francesco Pianeta on points at Windsor Park in 2018, Fury has gone on to fight five times consecutively on the other side of the pond, becoming a global star and arguably the face of the heavyweight division in the process.
But with the coveted green-and-gold belt now under his stewardship, the beloved Wythenshawe heavyweight will enjoy a record-breaking homecoming in a mouth-watering domestic clash on St George’s Day.
For Whyte, the occasion also marks the end of a frustrating journey in his career having spent almost four years frozen out of the heavyweight title picture by some of the less desirable political quirks of the sport.
Now ready to make up for lost time as he challenges for a full world title for the first time, the 34-year-old believes he will upset the odds to become the first man ever to beat Fury.
Despite expectation that he would take part in Tuesday’s open workouts, Whyte opted against greeting the crowds at Wembley Boxpark yesterday meaning the first glance of the Brixton banger will come at Wednesday’s press conference.
It’s been a strange build-up to this titanic heavyweight clash with Whyte staying silent and refusing the take part in any of the promotion until permitting BT Sport’s Steve Bunce to visit him at the end of his Portugal training camp last week.
But if Whyte’s intention had been to detract from interest around the fight, it only appears to have had the opposite effect with the boxing world now desperate to hear from the 28-2 fighter when he takes to the mic on Wednesday afternoon.
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