Tommy Fury vs Anthony Taylor LIVE: UK start time, stream, TV channel as Fury prepares for U.S. debut TONIGHT – updates

Tommy Fury vs Anthony Taylor LIVE: UK start time, stream, TV channel as Fury prepares for U.S. debut TONIGHT – updates

TOMMY FURY is back in action tomorrow night as he takes on MMA star Anthony Taylor in a boxing bout.

The Mancunian hasn't been in the ring since a win over Jordan Grant earlier in the summer, but this will be his most-watched outing yet.

  • Start time: Main card – 12.30am BST, Fury vs Taylor – 1.15am BST
  • TV channel/stream: BT Sport Box Office

🥊 Get Jake Paul to WIN at 7/1 or Tyron Woodley at 14/1 🥊

What time is Tommy Fury vs Anthony Taylor?

  • Tommy Fury's highly-anticipated clash with Anthony Taylor will take place on Sunday, August 29.
  • You can expect the ring-walks to get going from around 1.15am UK time in the early hours of Monday morning.
  • The fight will take place at the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland, Ohio.
  • There will be around 20,000 fans in attendance at the event.

What channel is it and can it be live streamed?

  • Fury vs Taylor will be shown live on BT Sport Box Office in the UK.
  • The event will set you back £16.95, and you can purchase it by clicking HERE.
  • You can live stream all of the action from the BT Sport Box Office app, which is available for download onto your mobile device or tablet.
  • If you're watching in the U.S., the fights are being broadcast live on Showtime PPV.

What has been said?

Tommy Fury spoke about a potential Jake Paul clash down the road but said he'd only focussed his training camp on his opponent Taylor.

"Jake Paul doesn't come into my mind once," he explained.

"I've not thought about him. I don't think about him.

"The only man I've thought about and have been thinking about for this whole training camp is Anthony Taylor.

"Sunday night, I'll get the job done and whatever else lies ahead, we can think about then."

  • Matt Penn

    TAYLOR PREDICTION

    Anthony Taylor has been busy handing out fight predictions this week.

    “Second-round TKO, ‘Pretty Boy’ does pretty quick work of Tommy Fury,” Taylor said.

    “Fourth-round TKO, Jake Paul," he added when asked about a prediction for Paul-Woodley.

    Taylor isn't messing!

  • Matt Penn

    NO MOLLY

    According to esteemed MMA journalist Ariel Helwani, Fury's girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague will NOT be in attendance tonight in Cleveland.

  • Matt Penn

    ANTHONY TAYLOR'S LAST THREE 📉

    Taylor hasn't been in as much competition as he'd have liked over the last few years, fighting just three times since 2016.

    • Taylor def. Chris Avila via majority decision
    • Taylor LOST to Adam Borics via 1st round SUB
    • Taylor LOST to James Gallagher via 2rd round SUB

    • Matt Penn

      FURY'S LAST FIVE

      It's been a short but sweet career so far for Tommy Fury. Here are his last five results:

      • Fury def. Jordan Grant via UD4
      • Fury def. Scott Williams via 2nd TKO
      • Fury def. Genadij Krajevskij 1st round KO
      • Fury def. Przemyslaw Binienda via 1st round TKO
      • Fury def. Callum Ide via 1st round KO

      FURY ON PAUL 🗣

      "Jake Paul doesn't come into my mind once," he explained.

      "I've not thought about him. I don't think about him.

      "The only man I've thought about and have been thinking about for this whole training camp is Anthony Taylor.

      "Sunday night, I'll get the job done and whatever else lies ahead, we can think about then."

      TALE OF THE TAPE

      Here's how the two fighters are looking ahead of their clash later..

      GOOD EVENING!

      Hello and welcome, everyone, to this evening's live coverage of Tommy Fury vs Anthony Taylor!

      He might be on the undercard of a Jake Paul fight, but he's still a big deal, so you can have our extensive coverage of his fight tonight, on us!

      The younger, handsome half-brother of heavyweight world champ Tyson is back in business this evening as he takes on MMA star Taylor.

      Taylor has been sparring Paul in preparation for the Problem Child's huge clash with Tyron Woodley tonight.

      One wouldn't be wrong to assume that a Fury win beautifully sets up a future fight with Paul, assuming he doesn't lose to Woodley.

      But Fury has insisted this week his mind isn't on Jake Paul, it's solely on Taylor.

      We'll see about that one soon.

      We can expect Fury to be in the ring around 1.15am, so just a few hours to go.

      Until then, kick back and feast on our coverage of tonight's huge event.

        Source: Read Full Article