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Battle Of The Baddest – Tyson Fury and Francis Ngannou lock horns in the Riyadh Season opener to determine the baddest man on the planet.
Fury, widely regarded as the number one Heavyweight in boxing, will take on MMA star Francis Ngannou who is the former UFC Heavyweight champion and the hardest puncher in the world.
When and Where Is Fury vs Ngannou?
The sensational crossover clash takes place in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia this Saturday, October 28.
There will be two rings in the specially-built arena, one for the undercard and one for the main event. The first time the ring for the main event will ever be used is when Fury and Ngannou step through the ropes.
How Many Rounds Is Fury vs Ngannou?
Tyson Fury-Francis Ngannou is scheduled for 10 rounds at Heavyweight. Fury’s WBC title is NOT on the line.
How Can I Watch Fury vs Ngannou And How Much Does It Cost?
The fight will stream live on TNT Sports Box Office in the UK for £21.95. US fans can catch all the action on ESPN+ PPV at $79.99 price point. For the rest of the world, DAZN is the place to watch Fury-Ngannou.
What Time Is Fury vs Ngannou?
The PPV card starts at 6 pm BST (1 pm ET, 10 am PT) on TNT Sports in the UK and DAZN worldwide whilst US fight fans will have to wait one hour more for the action to begin on ESPN+ PPV at 2 pm ET (11 am PT).
Main event ring walks will not begin before 10 pm BST (5 pm ET, 2 pm PT). Ring Walks are currently estimated for 10:40 pm BST (5:40 pm ET, 2:40 pm PT).
Who Is Fighting On The Fury vs Ngannou Undercard?
- Fabio Wardley vs David Adeleye
- Martin Bakole vs Carlos Takam
- Joseph Parker vs Simon Kean
- Moses Itauma vs Istvan Bernath
- Arslanbek Makhmudov v Junior Anthony Wright
- Jack McGann v Alcibiade Duran Galvan