Wilder defends his WBC world heavyweight title against lineal champion Fury at the iconic Staples Center in Los Angeles, California in by far the biggest fight of 2018.
Following up on September’s blockbuster rematch between Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez and Gennady ‘GGG’ Golovkin, Fury’s Stateside battle will be an exclusive feature event on our new pay-per-view channel, BT Sport Box Office HD.
So without further ado, here are all the different ways you can enjoy this showdown for the ages - and in the meantime, make sure you stay across all the build-up at btsport.com/wilderfury.
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Wilder vs Fury: The undercard
Here is the projected Wilder vs Fury undercard (correct at time of writing), which features a host of British fighters such as Joe Joyce, Isaac Lowe and Jason Welborn:
Jarrett Hurd vs Jason Welborn* - IBF/WBA/IBO super welterweight titles
Mark Anthony Barriga vs Carlos Licona* - vacant IBF minimumweight title
Luis Ortiz vs Travis Kauffman*
Joe Joyce vs Joe Hanks*
Isaac Lowe vs Lucas Rafael Baez
Chris Arreola vs Maurenzo Smith
Roberto Guerrero vs Adam Mate
Alfredo Angulo vs Fernando Castaneda
Julian Williams vs Francisco Castro
Marsellos Wilder vs David Damore
Jesse Rodriguez vs Alex Aragon
*fights televised on BT Sport Box Office
Wilder vs Fury: The story so far
The mouth-watering contest was confirmed by Wilder, Fury and promoter Frank Warren in the ring following the Gypsy King's victory over Francesco Pianeta in August.
Wilder had already caused chaos by crashing a press conference in the lead-up to that fight and the ensuing war of words between the two boxers has dominated headlines for the past three months.
But the insults and jibes will fade into insignificance when two of the best heavyweight fighters of their generation finally meet in the ring on 1 December.
The fight is Fury’s first title shot since vacating the WBA, WBO and IBO heavyweight titles that he won in such sensational fashion by ending Wladimir Klitschko's 11-year unbeaten reign in November 2015.
A two-and-a-half-year hiatus from the ring followed as Fury battled depression and issues with substance misuse, with his weight even ballooning to 28st at one point.
But now a fitter, leaner Fury is aiming to complete an incredible redemption story by dethroning Wilder in just his third fight back.
The Bronze Bomber, meanwhile, overcame Cuban Luis Ortiz in March to maintain his vice-like grip on the WBC strap.
It was a seventh straight successful defence for the American, who became champion in January 2015 when outpointing Bermane Stiverne.
The acrimonious war of words between Wilder and Fury originally ignited back in January 2016, when they had to be separated in the ring after Wilder knocked out Poland’s Artur Szpilka.
“Any time, any place, anywhere,” stated Fury. “I’ll fight you in your back yard. Like I did with Klitschko.”
Wilder fired back: “You can run around like you’re a preacher but I promise you, when you do step in this ring I will baptise you!”
The duo’s goading duel ramped up several notches further in October during an explosive media tour taking in London - at the BT Sport studios - New York and Los Angeles.
At the final event, the pair had to be separated as the situation on stage threatened to escalate into a brawl.
To make matters even more intriguing, both men head into the fight defending unblemished records.
Fury currently sits at 27-0 (19 KOs), while Wilder has clocked up an impressive 39 stoppage wins in his 40 career fights to date.
The Gypsy King has repeatedly labelled Wilder a "dosser" and mocked his rival's perceived lack of natural boxing ability, as well as the calibre of his previous opponents.
Wilder, for his part, has guaranteed to give fans a "treat" by knocking Fury out with his fearsome right hand.
Something has to give under the bright lights in the City of Angels.
It has all the hallmarks of a classic - just make sure you join us live on BT Sport Box Office HD to see who writes their name into boxing history.
Wilder vs Fury is the second of three incredible pay-per-view boxing extravaganzas in just four months on BT Sport, sandwiching Canelo vs GGG 2 and the huge world title clash between Josh Warrington and Carl Frampton on Saturday 22 December in Manchester - also available for £19.95.