Tommy Fury fight live stream: How to watch online and on television
Tommy Fury is back in the ring to continue his boxing career despite his fame outside it and takes on Genadij Krajevskij (0-11).
The cousin of Tyson Fury, the WBC world heavyweight champion, is determined to progress in boxing despite opportunities elsewhere.
Fury, who is now 3-0 and weighed in at 181 pounds, is boxing at the BT Sport Studio in Stratford and will be hoping to generate some momentum ahead of 2021.
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Here’s everything you need to know about the fight and how you can watch it on television and with a live stream.
When and where is it?
The fight against little-known Krajevskij is on Friday, 13 November, at the BT Sport Studio in Stratford, London. The card is headlined by Mark Heffron vs Denzel Bentley 2.
Ring walks will depend on the undercard results, but you can expect Fury to be in the ring from 9pm onwards as the chief support, with the main event likely due after 10pm.
What TV channel is the fight on and is there a live stream option?
You can watch the fight live on BT Sport 1 with coverage starting at 19:30. You can watch a live stream of the fight if you are a BT Sport subscriber through desktop or the app.
Mark Heffron vs Denzel Bentley – British middleweight title
Tommy Fury vs Genadij Krajevskij
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There are also odds for the main event, which is much closer to call:
Heffron by decision: 3/1
Heffron by knockout: 3/1
Bentley by decision: 11/8
Bentley by knockout: 7/2
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