Fury vs Ngannou Live Stream Watch the PPV Boxing Fight Online 2023
Follow live coverage of Fury vs Ngannou as well as the undercard bouts as the WBC heavyweight king takes on the former UFC champion.
It is time for one of the biggest fights of the year. Tyson Fury and Francis Ngannou are ready to face off after what should be a terrific undercard with a number of extremely exciting fights. You can watch the entire affair unfold live on TNT Sports Box Office. You can watch TNT Sports Box Office without being a TNT Sports customer. Or you can follow along with us live right here. How to watch Fury v Ngannou in the UK on TV - Fury v Ngannou pay-per-view (PPV) costs £21.95 in the UK and can be watched through BT TV, Virgin TV and Sky or online via the web or the TNT Sports Box Office App. You do not need to be a TNT Sports subscriber to buy this event. Sky customers can purchase TNT Sports Box Office on channel 490 via their remote control or via boxoffice.tntsports.co.uk. Customers in the Republic of Ireland can purchase TNT Sports Box Office via Sky at boxoffice.tntsports.co.uk €29.99 or €34.99 (on the day). Virgin Media TV customers in the UK: customers with a TiVo and/or V6 set-top-box should visit the On-Demand section and choose Live Events; customers with a Virgin TV 360 and/or Stream set-top-box should go to the Pay Per View Events rail. BT TV customers can go to channel 494 and pay using their remote control. Viewers wanting to watch the fight online should visit boxoffice.tntsports.co.uk and follow instructions to subscribe and watch on the web or on the TNT Sports Box Office App, customers can choose to watch on the big screen using Google Chromecast and Apple Airplay. EE, Three, Vodafone and O2 customers watching online or via the TNT Sports Box Office App can choose to add the payment to their mobile bill. The fight is finally here. Tyson Fury, the WBC and lineal heavyweight champion, takes on former UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou on Saturday in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (2 p.m. ET on ESPN+ PPV). The fight will be contested in a boxing ring over 10 rounds, but Fury's belt won't be on the line. Fury (33-0-1, 24 KOs), 35, of Manchester, England, defeated Dillian Whyte by sixth-round TKO in 2022 and eight months later stopped Derek Chisora in the 10th-round . It was expected that Fury would face unified champion Oleksandr Usyk for the undisputed heavyweight championship, but talks to finalize the bout ended in March. "He's a big, strong guy," Fury said during a news conference Thursday. "Obviously, he's got a good punch. But so am I. I'm a big, strong guy. Otherwise, I wouldn't be the world heavyweight champion. But I believe there's levels to the game. And he's going to find out my level on Saturday night. ... I have no doubt in my mind that I will knock him out." The Briton, 35, is unbeaten and on course for an undisputed-title fight with Oleksandr Usyk in Saudi Arabia, if he can avoid a shock defeat by the heavy-handed Ngannou in Riyadh. Here’s all you need to know. We may earn commission from some of the links in this article, but we never allow this to influence our content. This revenue helps to fund journalism across The Independent.