Tommy Fury vs Anthony Taylor fight date: UK start time, live stream and TV channel details



Tommy Fury makes his US debut against Anthony Taylor later this month on the undercard of Jake Paul’s fight with Tyron Woodley.

Fury faces MMA veteran Taylor in Ohio in the seventh fight of his professional career.

The Manchester fighter, whose brother is world heavyweight champion Tyson, has previously traded insults on social media with Taylor in a buildup of heat.

TNT mocked his opponent’s “Pretty Boy” nickname, while Taylor questioned the Love Island star’s boxing credentials.

Here’s what you need to know before the fight …

When is the fight and when does it start?

Fury vs. Taylor takes place Sunday, August 29 at the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland, Ohio – Paul’s hometown.

Ring walking times for the fight are expected around 3:00 a.m. BST (10:00 p.m. Saturday local time).

Tommy Fury fights Anthony Taylor later this month

How to watch it on TV and live

A broadcaster for the fight in the UK has yet to be confirmed, but BT Sport is expected to show it on its Box Office service.

It has already been announced that the US network ShowTime will broadcast the map live for $ 59.99.

BT Sport Box Office covered Mike Tyson against Roy Jones Jr in November last year, which featured Jake Paul against Nate Robinson on the undercard.

What Fury said

“Anthony, you’re not going to be that pretty after mat 29 – I’m going to smack your face and that’s a promise.

“And after I made you, little Oompa Loompa, I’m coming to get your best mate Jake Paul, because you both couldn’t beat him on the same night together.

“So, I can’t wait to see you in Fight Week because talking is cheap, and I want you to tell me to my face and see how brave you are then.” I’ll see you boys soon, take it easy.

What Taylor said

“Don’t expect Tommy to be the next Tyson. They are not cut from the same fabric if you know what I mean.

“I think sport lacks respect. In my eyes and in the eyes of many people who understand boxing, he is not a boxer, a boxer does not fight guys with 10 wins and 126 losses. I can see if you’ve fought guys who are 1-1, 2-1, 3-3, 4-5, alright 7-4, I can see if you f ** k those kind of opponents with these records, so people can say “okay, you’re not bad actually.”

“The only reason Tommy Fury is on this card or his name is even mentioned is because of Tyson.”


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