Tyson Fury vs Tom Schwarz LIVE fight round-by-round updates from Las Vegas
Schwarz is not in the class of the new WBO, WBA and IBF world heavyweight champion, but Fury’s erratic nature always presents the potential for an upset.
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Welcome to Indy Sport’s live coverage of Tyson Fury vs Tom Schwarz!
We’ll bring you live updates from the ring, undercard action and reaction to a big night of boxing in Las Vegas.
Fury must win to maintain momentum after signing with US heavyweight promoters Top Rank.
The rematch with Deontay Wilder is tantalisingly close and now the biggest fight arguably in the sport after Andy Ruiz upset Anthony Joshua two weeks ago.
When and where is the boxing?
Tonight’s main event ring walk times are expected around 4.30am UK time, and 11.30pm ET. The fight night takes place at the MGM Grand in the Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
Where can I watch it?
If you’re in the UK, it’ll be on BT Sport Box Office at a price of £19.95.
What is the full fight card?
It’s a stacked one.
- Peter Kadiru vs Juan Torres
- Sonny Conto vs Daniel Infante
- Guido Vianello vs Keenan Hickmon
- Cem Kilic vs Martez McGregor
- Andy Vences vs Albert Bell
- Isaac Lowe vs Duarn Vue
- Mikaela Mayer vs Lizbeth Crespo
- Sullivan Barrera vs Jesse Hart
- Tyson Fury vs Tom Schwarz
What are the odds?
Fury to win: 1/25
Ruiz to win: 12/1
Fury by KO: 1/2
Fury on points: 15/8
Schwarz by KO: 22/1
Schwarz on points: 33/1
How to watch?
You can order the fight on BT Sport Box Office, which can be streamed on mobile devices or through the BT Sport Box Office website. Alternatively, stay with us for all the action and reaction from Vegas.