[OFFICIAL@STREAMs] Ngannou vs Fury Live Free Coverage ON TV Channel 28 October 2023
Tyson Fury vs Francis Ngannou in Saudi Arabia is either a cynical marketing ploy, or a fascinating crossover boxing bout between the self-styled 'Baddest Men on the Planet'. With Fury the reigning WBC world heavyweight champion, and Ngannou a former UFC heavyweight champ, it's not to be missed. Fury vs Ngannou live stream: How to watch boxing online without PPV, start time, fight card, ring walks
The day of the clash between two giants is approaching. Gypsy King vs Predator: who will be crowned 'Baddest of the Baddest'?
Fury's WBC belt may not be up for grabs, but contesting for the unofficial title of 'Baddest Man on the Planet' is the sort of honor that often gets the Gypsy King's blood pumping. With a unification fight with Oleksandr Usyk signed, the unbeaten 35-year-old will use Saturday's clash to keep his attention in the gym. Fury's been typically brash in the buildup to this one, predicting a sixth round stoppage.
Ngannou may be making his boxing debut, but the Predator's UFC performances would indicate that he has the raw weapons to make this fight a realistic contest. The Cameroon-born French fighter won 17 of his 20 MMA fights and has said this week that to box was always his dream. The so-called 'hardest puncher in the world' has even invoked the famous Mike Tyson quote against his namesake, declaring: "Everybody has a plan until they get punched in the face."
Ngannou's power means he has the proverbial puncher's chance to take home the WBC Commemorative Riyadh Championship, but Fury is the overwhelming favorite with the bookies. Here's everything you need to know in order to watch the Fury vs Ngannou live stream, no matter where you are.
Fury vs Ngannou live streams: TV schedule, dates
The Fury vs Ngannou fight takes place on Saturday, October 28.
Time (ringwalks approx): 5:40 p.m. ET / 2:40 p.m. PT / 10:40 p.m. BST / 8:40 a.m. AEDT (Oct. 29)
U.S. — ESPN Plus PPV
CAN — TSN Plus
U.K. — TNT Sports Box Office
AUS / Rest of the World — DAZN
Fury vs Ngannou Fight card
Tyson Fury vs. Francis Ngannou
Fabio Wardley vs. David Adeleye for the British Heavyweight Title
Joseph Parker vs. Simon Kean
Carlos Takam vs. Martin Bakole
Arslanbek Makhmudov vs. Anthony Wright
Moses Itauma vs. Istvan Bernath
Jack McGann vs. Alcibiade Duran
Anthony Joshua, Oleksandr Usyk, perhaps even Dubois or Andy Ruiz Jr. There were many fights fans would have liked to see Tyson Fury take this year. None could have predicted what is an unprecedented crossover battle, putting two heavyweights of sport, quite literally, together.
It’s fair to say when it comes to experience in the ring, the pair are poles apart. The Cameroonian MMA fighter nicknamed The Predator holds the record for the World’s Hardest Punch. Which Tyson certainly won’t want to get caught by.
Fury has both the height and reach advantage, making him a firm favourite for the fight with pundits and bookmakers alike. Fury himself has produced some minor miracles in the ring, though, and in heavyweight boxing
Of course, it’s difficult to know what to expect from the MMA man. He’s never fought as a boxer before, and even in the Octagon, he hasn’t seen any action since January last year.
What we do know about him is that he’s a hard hitter, with 11 of his 17 wins in his own discipline coming from knockout punches. His last big hit came in March 2021 to take the UFC Championship belt, knocking out Stipe Miocic less than a minute into the second round.
He’s been training with Mike Tyson in preparation for the fight with Fury, so they’ll be pulling together a plan that will undoubtedly revolve around power.
On the other hand, Tyson Fury continues to prove himself as one of the best fighters of his generation, putting on a dominant display at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium last time out against Derek Chisora. That was almost 12 months ago, but since his comeback trail back in 2018, there have been few times where he hasn’t looked dominant. Is that going to change against a recently released UFC fighter? We’ll let you be the judge of that.
The time has come. Combat sports fans will be able to enjoy one of the most anticipated fights in recent months, as two top heavyweights from the boxing and the MMA worlds will meet in a boxing ring in what has been called The Battle of the Baddest. Tyson Fury will face Francis Ngannou in a non-title exhibition bout that promises to be explosive.
Fury, who hasn’t tasted defeat in his career, will try to prove to the African star that he’s nowhere close to his skills when it comes to the sweet science, while Ngannou will be looking to shock the world and record what would be considered one of the biggest upsets ever.
Two of the most representative fighters in boxing and in MMA will collide in a boxing ring, with Fury looking to defeat the colossus Ngannou and start thinking of his potential clash with Oleksandr Usyk. The Cameroonian, meanwhile, wants to prove everyone wrong and defeat the Brit against all odds.
Tyson Fury's ambition knows no bounds. The undisputed heavyweight champion of the world is not content with merely reigning supreme in the realm of boxing.
This weekend, he embarks on a daring crossover bout against MMA specialist Francis Ngannou, the former UFC heavyweight champion, who is set to make his professional boxing debut.
As the Gipsy King steps into the ring, he is heavily favored to prevail in this unconventional showdown. Yet, the circumstances surrounding Ngannou's readiness for this challenge add a layer of intrigue.
The MMA powerhouse has not graced the octagon for nearly two years, his last feat being a victory over Ciryl Gane at UFC 270 in January 2022. To bolster his transition to boxing, Ngannou has found a mentor in the form of legendary boxer Mike Tyson, who has been sharing his invaluable insights.
Rumors have hit the internet regarding the extent of Tyson's involvement. While some claim that he has assumed the role of head coach for Ngannou, others remain skeptical, questioning the true nature of their partnership, and pointing towards the presence of Teddy Atlas as the real coach in Ngannou's corner.