This weekend, one of the biggest boxing matches in history, Wilder vs Fury II is happening, and it'll be live on ESPN+.
This is bound to be a big match, considering the fact that both Fury and Wilder are the best of the best. These two did fight back on December 1, 2018, and it was essentially a draw. Which has left both fights undefeated in their careers.
Fury and Wilder will be fighting for the WBC Heavyweight Championship. Since their last fight, both men have won two fights, which continued their respective undefeated streaks.
Of Fury's 29 victories, 20 of them have come by knockout. And of Wilder's 42 wins, 41 of them came via knockout. So it's going to be a slugfest between the two, this Saturday.
Fury defeated Klitschko's 23-fight title reign becoming the lineal Heavyweight champion. After he won the title, Fury battled depression, drug and alcohol abuse and weight almost 400 pounds. He did return to the boxing ring in 2018 and defeated two opponents before taking on Wilder.
How to watch Wilder vs Fury II
Wilder vs Fury II is going to be available to watch on ESPN+. This is great for cord cutters, as you don't need to have a cable subscription. The pricing structure is pretty similar to its UFC content. Where it'll be $79.99 for the PPV if you are a ESPN+ subscriber. If you are not a ESPN+ subscriber, then it'll be $84.98.
The increased price of $84.98 gets you a year of ESPN+ in addition to the PPV. And considering a year would normally be around $60, that makes this a really great deal. Not to mention the fact that you're getting a ton of great content from ESPN+ too. Including a boat load of original content that is steadily making its way to the service.
You can sign up for ESPN+ and purchase the Wilder vs Fury II PPV by clicking here.