How to watch Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte: TV channel, start time and live stream

The long awaited fight between Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte takes place at Wembley Stadium this evening (April 23rd), with the WBC and The Ring heavyweight titles on the line. There will be 94,000 people under the famous Wembley arch – this would be a record for a European fight in the 21st century.

Whyte is the mandatory WBC challenger after establishing himself as the number one contender with the Mexico City based World Boxing Council. He beat Alexander Povetkin in a March 2021 rematch in Gibraltar after being beaten by the Russian fighter in August 2020 at the Matchroom Fight Camp organized by Eddie Hearn.

Fury, meanwhile, is the undefeated WBC and The Ring champion as well as being one of the best pound for pound fighters in the world after beating Deontay Wilder twice in their epic trilogy after drawing the first fight. Also on the card is Tommy Fury vs. Daniel Bocianski, the younger brother of Tyson enters the ring for the first time since withdrawing from his December fight against Jake Paul.

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What time is Fury vs Whyte?

The card will get underway at 6pm, with the ring walks for the main event expected to get underway at 10pm (BST) with the first bell no later than 10:10pm.

Who is on the undercard?

  • MAIN EVENT: Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte – (WBC heavyweight world title)
  • Tommy Fury vs. Daniel Bocianski (light-heavyweight)
  • Isaac Lowe vs. Nick Ball (Featherweight)
  • Ekow Essuman vs. Darren Tetley
  • David Adeleye vs. Chris Healey (Heavyweight)
  • Kurt Walker vs. Stefan Nicolae (Super-Featherweight)
  • Karol Itauma vs. Michal Ciach (Light-Heavyweight)
  • Royston Barney-Smith vs. Constantin Radoi (Super-Featherweight)

How can I watch Fury vs Whyte on TV and live stream?

Fury versus Whyte will be broadcast exclusively live to BT Sport Box Office on Saturday, April 23.

The fight is available for a price of £24.95 and you do not need to be a BT Sport subscriber to access their Box Office coverage.

BT Sport Box Office is available on BT TV channel 494, Sky Channel 490, or on Virgin Media via the ‘On Demand’ section of their set-top box. Find out all you need to know by going to

Customers are also able to watch the fight online, as well on mobile and tablet, through the BT Sport app. Purchase the fight or login to your existing BT account here.

  • Sky Sports subscribers – BT Sport Box Office is available to Sky customers on channel 490. You can buy the fight directly through Sky by going to
  • Virgin Media subscribers – Virgin Media customers can access the fight by going to the ‘On Demand’ section and selecting it from the Live Events list.
  • BT TV subscribers – BT TV customers can find the Fury versus Whyte fight either through their BT TV Player or channel 494.
  • WatchOnline – The BT Sport Box Office app is available to download on PC or Mac, as well as on mobile or tablet. Buy the fight or sign in to watch it if you’ve already made the purchase by going here.

What has been said?

Fury: “We’re going to treat you all to a hell of a barnstormer. He’s a good fighter. A good, strong, solid man. He has good punch with good power – he’s knocked out a lot of men.

“He’s definitely a man who needs a lot of respect and that’s what I’ve given him by my training camp. I’ve trained as hard for Dillian as I have for [Deontay] Wilder, [Wladimir] Klitschko or anybody.

“I see the odds and laugh a bit because they’re coming from people who don’t know anything about boxing. This is heavyweight boxing. Anyone can win with one punch. If I’m not on my A Game, this guy will knock my head right off my shoulders.”

Whyte: “It’s a big fight and I’m excited to be here. Sorry I couldn’t be here earlier but I’m here now. You lot hear one side because they say a lot of things. Because I don’t say anything, they say you’re scared or hiding.

“We’ve had different sparring partners and different things. We’re trying to cover every angle because he’s unpredictable.

“He can be unpredictable so we’re just trying to be as ready as we can be, trying to create all different kinds of circumstances, different situations so whatever he brings, we’ll be ready.”

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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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