In an unprecedented collision of combat sports titans, Tyson Fury, the Gypsy King of the boxing world, is set to lock horns with Francis Ngannou, the ferocious powerhouse from the UFC’s heavyweight division. This epic showdown promises to be more than just a fight; it’s a historical moment, blurring the lines between boxing and mixed martial arts. As fans worldwide tune in with bated breath, the anticipation reaches fever pitch, with questions swirling about how these two formidable forces will match up in the ring. This live event is not just a battle for supremacy; it’s a spectacle, a convergence of styles, and a testament to the raw, unbridled power of combat sports.
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2105 – Lewis’s Strategy Against Ngannou “If I were up against Ngannou, I’d steer clear of his power since he’s a striker. I’d keep my distance, at least for the first few rounds, let him wear himself out, and then go in for the kill,” shares Lewis with TNT Sports Box Office.
2100 – Lewis on Tackling Fury “Fury’s tall, lanky, and elusive; he’s got great movement,” observes Lennox Lewis during a chat with TNT Sports Box Office. “I’d go straight for him, with Manny’s (trainer Emmanuel Steward) voice in my head telling me, ‘get street with him!’”
2056 – ‘Get Ready for a Show!’ – Itauma’s Call to Fans Itauma assures the audience that they are in for a treat and to be well-prepared for an entertaining night.
2052 – Flashback to Itauma’s Stunning KO Recalling Itauma’s sixth fight, he truly showcased his power, seemingly taking his performance to the next level.
2047 – Fury Takes a Moment In a surprising turn of events, Fury is the only one in the venue not pulsating with excitement. But rest assured, this is bound to change in just over two hours.
2042 – Frampton Shares His Thoughts on Tyson’s Weight 2042 – Frampton Shares His Thoughts on Tyson’s Weight
2038 – Parker After His Victory: ‘He Was a Tough Opponent’ “Coach (Andy Lee) kept reminding me to use my jab, as it sets up everything else,” Parker tells TNT Sports, already eyeing another bout in December. “I have the power to knock anyone out.”
And he proves it right there – Parker wins by knockout in Round 3! Kean, with his hands held high, attempts to block Parker’s jabs and straight right hands. But the New Zealander quickly switches to uppercuts, first wobbling the Canadian, then sending him to the canvas with a second. Kean couldn’t beat the count.
Parker-Kean Round 2: Footwork Proves Crucial Parker, composed and precise, glides in and out of range, throwing jabs and combinations, while Kean, with a wide stance, lunges in with single shots, banking on a ‘lottery’ shot. Without it, this fight could end in the next few rounds.
Parker-Kean Round 1: Class Is in Session Kean manages to land a powerful overhand right and a late left hook, but the round is dominated by Parker. His jabs and left hooks to the head and body have Kean rattled.
2017 – Heavyweight Fireworks Up Next The ring is set for a showdown between former world champion Joseph Parker (32-3, 22 KOs) and Canadian powerhouse ‘The Grizzly’ Simon Kean (23-1, 22 KOs).
Tyson Fury vs. Francis Ngannou Live
The moment we’ve all been waiting for is here – one of the most anticipated battles of the year is about to unfold as Tyson Fury takes on Francis Ngannou. With a stellar undercard promising a series of breathtaking fights, the stage is set for an unforgettable night. Don’t miss a second of the action – tune into TNT Sports Box Office live or follow our live coverage right here.
2115 – British Title Showdown: A Duel of the Undefeated Up next is a clash between two undefeated gladiators, David Adelaye (12-0, 11 KOs) and Fabio Wardley (16-0, 15 KOs). The stakes are high, especially after Wardley suffered cuts above his eyebrow and on his chin during a media day scuffle. Rumors have it that the ‘Saudi money’ is the only reason he didn’t postpone the fight. Will this turn out to be a game changer?
“I’m placing my bets on the boxer (Fury), and I say he takes it in round five,” declares Lewis to TNT Sports Box Office.
How to Catch Fury vs Ngannou Live in the UK on TV Wondering how to watch this epic showdown?
Fury vs Ngannou pay-per-view (PPV) is available at £21.95 in the UK and is accessible through BT TV, Virgin TV, Sky, online via the web, or the TNT Sports Box Office App. And the best part? You don’t even have to be a TNT Sports subscriber to enjoy the event.
Sky customers can secure their spot via channel 490 using their remote control or by visiting sky.com/boxoffice/tnt-sports.
Republic of Ireland residents can also purchase TNT Sports Box Office through Sky at the same website, priced at €29.99 or €34.99 (on the day of the event).
Virgin Media TV customers in the UK can find the event in the On-Demand section under Live Events, or on the Pay Per View Events rail for those with Virgin TV 360 and/or Stream set-top-boxes. BT TV customers are directed to channel 494, where they can pay using their remote control.