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Tyson Fury v Oleksandr Usyk LIVE – Undisputed heavyweight title showdown live coverage from Saudi Arabia – Eurosport

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How to watch Fury v Usyk in the UK

Fury v Usyk on TNT Sports Box Office costs £24.99 in the UK and can be watched on discovery+, EE TV, Virgin Media TV and Prime Video.

You do not need to be a TNT Sports subscriber to buy this event.

Virgin Media TV – 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.

EE TV – Customers can purchase the event via their STB on channel 494.

Prime Video – This TNT Sports Box Office event will now be available to buy and watch on Prime Video in the UK. Customers do not need to have any channel or Prime subscription to access. You can find live and upcoming PPV events in the “Live and upcoming events” row on the Prime Video homepage and sports page, or by searching for a specific event title.

A bit of a lull in the action after the quick stoppage…

So watch Lennox Lewis rank heavyweights from the present and past

The Tale of the Tape for the big one…

Lapin stops Pudivitr in Round 1!

Lapin dominated with his southpaw jab and then threw one strong one-two which puts Pudivitr down and he didn’t have much enthusiasm for carrying on as the referee waved the contest off. It looks like the shot may have knocked Pudivitr’s own thumb into his own eye.

We’ve had a Fury protegee, now we have an Usyk man

Daniel Lapin takes (9-0, 3 KOs) takes on Octavio ‘Tank’ Pudivitr (9-1).

Lowe wins on points!

Lowe takes the fight on the referee’s card 97-92.

Lowe-Ahmadi: Round 10

Ahmadi with his face swelling, lands with a big left hook and right hand as Lowe got sloppy, but the English fighter regain his composure to control the rest of the contest.

Lowe-Ahmadi: Round 9

Lowe had Ahmadi in trouble on the ropes but there is no quit in him and a couple of left hooks keep his opponent off him. Lowe continued to dominate, with body shots having affect, but Lowe then went back to working off the jab.

Lowe-Ahmadi: Round 8

Ahmadi was having one of his better rounds getting through on Lowe but a right hand put Ahmadi down. Afterwards he landed a good shot to the body and two more right hands but the bell came to Ahmadi’s rescue.

Lowe-Ahmadi: Round 7

“Back on your jab”, John Fury hollers from the corner and mostly Lowe is fighting according to orders. If he could mix in an uppercut he could force Ahmadi backwards. At present the Afghan fighter is still going forwards but his feet are slower and his hands are lower, a bad combination.

Lowe-Ahmadi: Round 6

It Is now a bit more matador and bull now with Lowe controlling things from range, Ahmadi still having some success as he charges forward but he is too easy to hit.

Lowe-Ahmadi: Round 5

It could be a shut out this, despite it not being totally one-way traffic. Ahmadi has certainly not lost heart and had a good end to the round.

Lowe-Ahmadi: Round 4

Lowe could be making things easier for himself, instead he is electing to trade with Ahmadi. Although he is getting the better of the contest, this round was closer with both landing power shots.

Lowe-Ahmadi: Round 3

Lowe increases his points lead, he doesn’t look like hurting Ahmadi but is the boss in there. A clash of heads has left Ahmadi with a cut above his eye too.

Lowe-Ahmadi: Round 2

Both fighters putting everything in to this opening contest, but Lowe is the classier fighter and landing the higher frequency and variety of shots.

Lowe-Ahmadi: Round 1

Lowe the more active taking the centre of the ring and landing jabs as well as hooks and uppercuts in close. Ahmadi landed a few left hooks of his own to body and head too, but Lowe’s round.

1510: Isaac Lowe is opening the show

Tyson Fury’s close friend Lowe (24-2,8 KOs) is in action first of all against Hasibullah Ahmadi (16-1, 5 KOs) in a featherweight contest.

1500: We are now live on TNT Sports 3

Let’s clear up the weigh in confusion first…

We were all surprised when Usyk weighed in at 233lbs…it turns out that is because he didn’t. He weighed in at 223lbs, very similar to that he has in all his recent fights. Michael Buffer made a mistake as it turns out. No wonder he didn’t look any bigger than normal.

HELLO AND WELCOME…

Thanks for joining our coverage of the biggest night of boxing in more than a generation, as we build up to Tyson Fury taking on Oleksandr Usyk for all the belts in the heavyweight division – crowning an undisputed champion for the first time in 25 years.

How to watch Fury v Usyk in the UK

Fury v Usyk on TNT Sports Box Office costs £24.99 in the UK and can be watched on discovery+, EE TV, Virgin Media TV and Prime Video.

You do not need to be a TNT Sports subscriber to buy this event.

Virgin Media TV – 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.

EE TV – Customers can purchase the event via their STB on channel 494.

Prime Video – This TNT Sports Box Office event will now be available to buy and watch on Prime Video in the UK. Customers do not need to have any channel or Prime subscription to access. You can find live and upcoming PPV events in the “Live and upcoming events” row on the Prime Video homepage and sports page, or by searching for a specific event title.
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