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How to watch Wilder vs Helenius: PPV price, start time, live streams, running order, full card information

Here’s how you can watch Wilder vs Helenius on Saturday night.

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Here’s how you can watch Wilder vs Helenius on Saturday night
Here’s how you can watch Wilder vs Helenius on Saturday night
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Scott Christ is the managing editor of Bad Left Hook and has been covering boxing for SB Nation since 2006.

How to watch Wilder vs Helenius

United States

Wilder vs Helenius is a Premier Boxing Champions pay-per-view from FOX Sports, and as such, you’ll have to pay to see it. You can order through traditional cable and satellite options, and if you want a streaming option, you can go through FITE TV,, or FOX Sports directly.

The show is priced at $74.99 and will include four fights on the PPV portion of the card.

Elsewhere around the world

FITE TV will have the PPV in the United Kingdom for £12.99, and it will also air in Australia on PPV for a price of $59.95.

We will have live coverage!

If you’re unable to watch live or want the best place around to talk about the fights while they’re happening, we’ll have live coverage starting from 7 pm ET with the prelim fights, and continuing at 9 pm ET with updates and round-by-round for the PPV main card.

What time will the main event start?

The main event will start at approximately Midnight ET.

The prelims will start at 5 pm ET, with the PPV main card beginning at 9 pm ET. Prelims will air on FS2.

Full card lineup


  • Deontay Wilder (42-2-1, 41 KO) vs Robert Helenius (31-3, 25 KO), heavyweights, 12 rounds, WBC eliminator
  • Caleb Plant (21-1, 12 KO) vs Anthony Dirrell (34-2-2, 25 KO), super middleweights, 12 rounds, WBC eliminator
  • Frank Sanchez (20-0, 13 KO) vs Carlos Negron (25-3, 20 KO), heavyweights, 10 rounds
  • Gary Antonio Russell (19-0, 12 KO) vs Emmanuel Rodriguez (20-2, 13 KO), rematch, bantamweights, 12 rounds, WBA and IBF eliminator


  • Vito Mielnicki Jr (12-1, 8 KO) vs Limberth Ponce (19-5, 11 KO), junior middleweights, 10 rounds
  • Michel Rivera (23-0, 14 KO) vs Jerry Perez (14-1, 11 KO), lightweights, 8 rounds

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