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Tyson Fury v Otto Wallin: Live stream, TV channel, PPV price, big-fight preview and how to watch on BT Sport Box Office

Everything you need to know about the Gypsy King's heavyweight bout with unbeaten Swede Wallin, including all the different ways to watch the action on BT Sport Box Office.

Tyson Fury v Otto Wallin will be broadcast exclusively live on BT Sport Box Office HD as the Gyspy King returns to Las Vegas seeking to defend his lineal heavyweight championship.

Watch Tyson Fury v Otto Wallin exclusively live on BT Sport Box Office

Fury delivered a scintillating second round knockout in his last outing at Vegas’ iconic MGM Grand hotel as he crushed previously undefeated challenger Tom Schwarz with ease.

And with one eye on a long-awaited rematch against reigning WBC king Deontay Wilder in 2020, the 31-year-old will be keen to ensure his undefeated record stays intact as he takes on unbeaten Swede Otto Wallin at the T-Mobile Arena.

In this essential guide, we take a closer look at everything you could possibly need to know about Fury v Wallin, including fight price, dates, times, fight replay details, how to buy on any TV platform, BT Sport's big-fight preview and much, much more.

When is Fury v Wallin? Fight time and date

Pay-per-view coverage of Tyson Fury v Otto Wallin will begin at 2am on the evening of Saturday 14th September.

Fury v Wallin price – how much does it cost?

Tyson Fury v Otto Wallin costs just £19.95 on BT Sport Box Office and can be ordered here.

How to watch Fury v Wallin on BT TV

BT TV customers can use their remote control to buy Tyson Fury v Otto Wallin. Simply press the ‘BT Player’ button then ‘Buy Now’ on the event, which will be shown on channel 494.

Can I watch Fury v Wallin on Sky?

Yes. BT Sport on Sky customers or any Sky customer who bought any of our previous BT Sport Box Office events can use their remote control to buy Tyson Fury v Otto Wallin.

Sky customers who are new to BT Sport Box Office need to register and pay online here.

Can I watch Fury v Wallin on Virgin TV?

Yes. Virgin TV customers can press ‘On Demand’ and then ‘Live Events’ on their remote control to order Tyson Fury v Otto Wallin.

How to stream Fury v Wallin

Viewers wanting to watch the fight online should visit www.bt.com/sportboxoffice and follow instructions to subscribe and watch on the web or on the BT Sport Box Office App, and customers can watch on the big screen using Google Chromecast and Apple Airplay.

Can I watch Fury v Wallin on mobile?

Yes. EE, Three and O2 customers watching online or via the BT Sport Box Office App can choose to add the payment to their mobile bill

Can I watch Fury v Wallin in the Republic of Ireland?

Customers in the Republic of Ireland can purchase BT Sport Box Office via Sky Sports.

What if I can’t watch Fury v Wallin live?

No problem. There will be repeat showings of the main event every hour on BT Sport Box Office HD beginning at 11am on Sunday 15th September until midnight on Monday 16th September.

Fury v Wallin venue – where is the fight happening?

Fury will fight in Las Vegas for the second successive time following victory over Tom Schwarz there in May. The 28-0-1 giant will grace the iconic T-Mobile Arena this time around hoping to sell out the 20,000 capacity venue that is home to the Vegas Golden Knights of the National Hockey League.

The Arena, which also regularly hosts the UFC, was the chosen venue for both Canelo Alvarez v Gennady Golovkin I and Floyd Mayweather v Conor McGregor.

Fury v Wallin: BT Sport’s Big Fight Preview

In September 2017, a rotund Tyson Fury accompanied his cousin, Hughie, to the ring as the young heavyweight took on New Zealand’s Joseph Parker for the WBO world title in Manchester.

It had been almost two years since Tyson fought for – and won – that version of the heavyweight strap on a famous night in Germany, taking down the unified champion Wladimir Klitschko to claim the WBA, IBF, WBO and lineal titles against all the odds.

Tipping the scales at around 27 and a half stone, Fury looked unrecognisable from the fighter that had proudly held those belts aloft in Dusseldorf as he shuffled his way to the ring, barely able to haul his gigantic frame through the ropes to chaperone Hughie into battle.

Almost two years to the day later, Fury is on the cusp of competing in his fifth fight since completing a miraculous comeback that has seen him become one of the biggest names in boxing.

A controversial draw with Deontay Wilder in December denied Fury the fairy-tale ending his story richly deserved after overcoming his well-documented struggles with poor mental health to shed almost 10 stone in eight months.

A contentious trio of scorecards ensured the Bronze Bomber retained his WBC crown in Los Angeles after a pulsating 12-round classic that saw Fury forced to climb off the canvas twice in an otherwise masterful performance from the Manchester man.

Demands from the fans for a rematch were immediate – but as is often the way in boxing, the big fight has been left to marinade while negotiations rumble on between the two fighters’ camps.

In the meantime Fury has elected to stay busy, pulverising undefeated German Tom Schwarz in a glittering two-round showcase in June.

Saturday’s meeting with Otto Wallin – another undefeated European prospect – could be his final tune-up ahead of an expected rematch against Wilder which, if rumours are to be believed, has been agreed for the early half of 2020.

But what can the 31-year-old expect from his Swedish counterpart this weekend?

There is an air of mystery surrounding Wallin.

The 6ft 5in fighter comes into the bout with ambitions of causing an upset that would overtake Andy Ruiz’s shock win over Anthony Joshua as the year’s most surprising result.

Hailing from the small town of Sundsvall, almost 250 miles north of Stockholm, Wallin recently relocated to the US in search of further opportunities inside the ring.

And the southpaw Swede appears to have hit the jack pot with a potentially life-changing encounter against lineal heavyweight king Fury.

A record of 13 knockouts in a 20-fight career unblemished by defeat suggests Wallin is a more-than-capable puncher - but the 28-year-old prides himself as a technician, citing Muhammad Ali as his role model.

And with Fury a heavy favourite to retain his lineal heavyweight title this weekend, it might take an Ali-esque performance for Wallin to keep his dream of becoming the first Swedish world champion since 1959 alive.

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Fury v Wallin: Fight odds

Here are a selection of Fury v Wallin betting odds, courtesy of Bet365 (all correct at time of writing):

Fury to win: 1/25

Draw: 33/1

Wallin to win: 10/1

Fury to win by stoppage or DQ: 1/3

Fury to win on points: 5/2

Wallin to win by stoppage or DQ: 14/1

Wallin to win on points: 28/1

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