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BT Sport Box Office action continues in 2019 after bringing some of the finest pay-per-view boxing world title fights to BT TV, Sky and Virgin customers over the past twelve months.

Watch Tyson Fury v Tom Schwarz exclusively live on BT Sport Box Office

BT Sport Box Office HD launched in September 2018, bringing you a thrilling middleweight world title rematch between Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez and Gennady 'GGG' Golovkin before finishing the year with two of the most dramatic battles in recent boxing history.

On December 1, Tyson Fury was unlucky to be denied the win against WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder despite surviving a brutal knockdown in the 12th round. 

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Three weeks later, Josh Warrington defended his IBF featherweight world title against Carl Frampton in a pulsating back-and-forth affair at the Manchester Arena, triumphing on the scorecards after a fight crowned by many as the finest of the past 12 months.

Our first pay-per-view event of 2019 saw former unified light-welterweight champion Amir Khan come up short against one of the most formidable names in world boxing - WBO welterweight king Terence Crawford.

But the top-tier action continues on BT Sport Box Office HD with Fury's return to the ring for the first time since meeting Wilder in December.

The self-styled Gypsy King and reigning lineal heavyweight champion takes on unbeaten German giant Tom Schwarz in the fight capital of the world, Las Vegas, on June 15.

And in July, BT Sport Box Office HD brings you exclusive action from the world of mixed martial arts as Jon Jones headlines a showstopping fight card at UFC 239 in his light-heavyweight world title defence against power-punching challenger Thiago Santos.

But for now, the focus falls on Fury to deliver the goods in order to stay top of the pile in a red-hot heavyweight division shaken up by the shock defeat of three-belt world champion Anthony Joshua earlier this month.

Fury v Schwarz is available to preorder on BT Sport Box Office HD for just £19.95. Follow the instructions below to make sure you don't miss out on this battle of the big men.

BT Sport Box Office HD - How to order

BT TV

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Sky

BT Sport on Sky customers or any Sky customer who bought Wilder v Fury can order Fury v Schwarz on their remote control.

Sky customers who are new to BT Sport Box Office HD can register and buy Fury v Schwarz here or by following the banner above.

Virgin

Virgin TV customers can use their remote control to visit the 'On Demand' section and choose 'Live Events'.

Live Stream

Fury v Schwarz is available to buy online via web or app - just follow the instructions right here. Customers can also watch on the big screen using Google Chromecast and Apple Airplay.

Ireland

Customers in the Republic of Ireland can purchase the fight on BT Sport Box Office HD with eir Sport.

Fury v Schwarz - Saturday 15 June

Three months ago, few fight fans would have tipped Tom Schwarz to be the man stood in the opposite corner when Tyson Fury fought next.

The self-styled Gypsy King appeared set to face WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder in a rematch of their controversial draw in December – but boxing has a storied history of taking the scenic route towards making the biggest fights.

Circumstance intervened in negotiations between the two old foes, placing both fighters on different paths for the time being as Wilder quickly announced his next title defence against WBC mandatory challenger Dominic Breazeale.

After a spiteful build-up between the two American rivals, Wilder produced yet another monstrous knockout on May 18, nailing Breazeale to the canvas after just two minutes and 17 seconds of the fight.

Fury, who remains to only man to defy Wilder’s freakish kayo power, congratulated Wilder on his success, telling fans in an Instagram post: “The ‘Bronze Bomber’ is the most fearsome, most destructive puncher in the heavyweight division.

“But it’s just a pity that he had to lose to the Gypsy King. Anyone that stands in front of Deontay Wilder, he will knock them out.

“Deontay Wilder is the second baddest man on the planet behind the Gypsy King, Tyson Fury. The number one heavyweight in the world. Nobody can beat me. I can’t be touched.”

On June 15, Fury will have the chance to demonstrate his credentials once again as he makes his Las Vegas debut against unbeaten German Schwarz at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

Schwarz, 24, is ranked number two in the world by the WBO governing body, sitting one place above Fury.

However, the 24-0 (16 KO) fighter has never faced anyone of Fury’s calibre and will need to pull off one of the shocks of the year in order to retain his undefeated record.

"He is hungry and ambitious, and I am sure he will come for a war,” Fury said of his 6ft 5ins opponent.

"He is not ill-preparing for this and turning up for a pay check. He is turning up to take the lineal championship of the world.

“It will be an epic fight - it's Las Vegas, it's show time and I will look to put on an explosive performance in the States."

UFC 239 – Saturday 6 July

Pound-for-pound superstar Jon Jones headlines BT Sport Box Office’s first UFC offering from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

Jones returns to the Octagon after back-to-back title defences over Alexander Gustafsson and Anthony Smith, and he is set for a stern examination against Brazilian knockout artist Thiago Santos.

In the co-main event Amanda Nunes and Holly Holm – both known for defeating Ronda Rousey – do battle for the women’s bantamweight world title.

Darren Till’s conqueror Jorge Masvidal also takes on Ben Askren in a grudge match at UFC 239.

In a tempestuous build-up, Masvidal blasted his upcoming opponent. He said: “I don’t want to knock him out early. I want to torture that guy.

“If I can torture him for 14 minutes and 50 seconds before I stop him, that’s what I’ll do. I don’t like the dude.”

Jan Blachowicz v Luke Rockhold also features on the main UFC 239 card.

BT Sport Box Office: Bringing you the best action

BT Sport Box Office HD brought you some of the biggest world title fights in 2018 and beyond, featuring some of the biggest names from the world of boxing. Relive highlights of all the action below.

Crawford v Khan, Saturday April 20

Amir Khan made an audacious attempt for the WBO welterweight title against pound-for-pound great Terence Crawford earlier this year, coming up short after a bizarre sixth-round stoppage.

Warrington v Frampton, Saturday December 22

Josh Warrington proved the naysayers wrong once again as he defeated Carl Frampton in emphatic style during a bruising 12-round war at the Manchester Arena to retain his IBF featherweight title.

Wilder v Fury, Saturday December 1

Two giants of the heavyweight division brought the sporting world to a standstill after producing a memorable spectacle at the Staples Center in Los Angeles that ended in a controversial draw.

Canelo v Golovkin 2, Saturday September 15

Mexican middleweight Canelo Alvarez edged Gennady Golovkin in a majority decision to take home the spoils after another barnstorming showdown between the two arch-rivals following their controversial draw in 2017.

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