- Deontay Wilder 231 vs Tyson Fury 273
- Charles Martin 254 vs Gerald Washington 236½
- Emanuel Navarrete 122 vs Jeo Santisima 122
- Sebastian Fundora 153½ vs Daniel Lewis 153
This evening at 6:00 pm ET airing live on ESPN2 and FS1, and streaming live up top on this post, Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury will take to the scales for Saturday night’s big pay-per-view rematch.
Wilder (42-0-1, 41 KO) and Fury (29-0-1, 20 KO) fought to a highly-disputed draw in Dec. 2018, and both are looking to set the record straight in the rematch. This is easily the biggest fight on the schedule so far in 2020, and by far the biggest on the schedule for the foreseeable future.
You may have heard that the Nevada State Athletic Commission has barred Wilder and Fury from doing the traditional face-off, fearing a physical altercation or whatever. That’s a decent piece of marketing itself, but I don’t know if it wins out over the attention a shirtless shoving would pick up.
The undercard will feature Charles Martin vs Gerald Washington at heavyweight; Emanuel Navarrete defending his WBO junior featherweight title against Jeo Santisima; and Sebastian Fundora taking on Daniel Lewis in a junior middleweight opener on the PPV broadcast.