Watch Tyson Fury vs. Otto Wallin live stream online

Saturday night (September 14th) from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, lineal heavyweight champion Tyson Fury (28-0-1, 20 KOs) returns to action against Sweden’s Otto Wallin (20-0-1 NC, 13 KOs). The British star is coming off an easy second-round TKO of German Tom Schwarz, making the most of his Top Rank/ESPN debut.Fury is in line to rematch Deontay Wilder (tentatively in February 2020), but in the meantime, we are subject to Fury in some “tune-up” fights as Top Rank builds up his name to an American audience. Obviously he has to win, as does Wilder against Luis Ortiz in November, and then we can look forward to these two top heavies square off again after their great first bout ended in a split draw last December.

Tyson Fury vs. Otto Wallin live 

Tyson Fury is set to make his much awaited return to the ring on Saturday, 14th September 2019 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas against Otto Wallin for the heavyweight clash. Fury vs Wallin will headline the card where we have other quality fights on the night as well. take a look below for full fledge schedule of fight night and how to watch it worldwide.The TV coverage of this fight card starts around 09:00 PM ET ESPN+ (Non-PPV) broadcasting a very good looking undercard and some prelimnary fights. BT Sports Box Office will have live coverage in the UK and it will cost around £19.95. The main event will begin at around 11:00 pm ET. In the undercard fights we have Emanuel Navarrete vs Juan Miguel Elorde for the super bantamweight while Jose Pedraza vs Jose Zepeda for the lightweight.

Tyson Fury vs Wallin live Stream

Tyson Fury made his much awaited comeback back in June 2018 where he defeated Sefer Seferi in what was a very straight forward win. In Francesco Pianeta he has more competition but not enough to trouble the big man and we can expect another win for the Gypsy King on Saturday night. A win will put him right up there as a challenger for both Joshua and Wilder sometime next year.When it comes to sitting down with lineal heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, things can turn into a complete roller coaster ride in an instant. The “Gypsy King” is as unpredictable as they come in all of sports, which has made him one of the more polarizing figures to pay attention to when the spotlight is on him. 

Tyson Fury vs Wallin live Tv

“Listen, I’m just a boxer. I’m not a promoter, I’m not a manager and I’m not a trainer. I do me job and that’s it,” Fury told the CBS Sports’ “State of Combat” podcast last week. “I go in the ring, smash some people up, get paid and go home — no more and no less. If you want to know about the ins and outs, speak to Bob Arum or Top Rank. I’m sure someone there can help you.”Fury’s opponent this weekend is almost assuredly a step up from the laughable matchmaking that saw the “Gypsy King” easily smash unheralded Tom Schwarz in June. Just how much of a step up Wallin (20-0, 13 KOs), a 6-foot-5 Swedish southpaw and former Olympian, proves to be can only be speculated, however, given how unproven he is at the elite level. 


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