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How to watch the Tyson Fury vs. Oleksandr Usyk fight today: full card, where to stream and more

Tyson Fury trains for his heavyweight championship match against Oleksandr Usyk on Saturday. (Nick Potts/PA Images via Getty Images)

This afternoon, the world will crown an undisputed heavyweight champion for the first time in more than two decades. Headlining the Ring of Fire boxing event at the Kingdom Arena in Saudi Arabia today is a bout between British heavyweight champion Tyson Fury and Ukrainian cruiserweight champion turned heavyweight contender Oleksandr Usyk. Are you ready to tune in? If you’re looking for ways to watch this exclusive pay-per-view fight, we’ve got you covered. Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch the Tyson Fury vs. Oleksandr Usyk fight, including the full fight card, how to stream the boxing match for free and more.

Date: Saturday May 18

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Start time: 12:00 PM ET

Estimated start time of the fight: 6pm ET/3pm PT

Place: Kingdom Arena, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

TV channel/streaming: PPV via DAZN, PPV via ESPN+

Tyson Fury vs. Oleksandr Usyk will face off for the Undisputed Heavyweight Championship in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia at the Ring of Fire event on Saturday, May 18. The event starts at 12pm ET/9am PT. The headliners are expected to enter the ring later this afternoon, around 6:00 PM ET.

The boxing match between heavyweight champions Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk, the main event of Ring of Fire, will only be available on pay-per-view in the US. You can buy the fight via DAZN, ESPN+ or directly from PPV.com – or keep reading to find out how to watch the fight using a VPN.

(ESPN)

For ESPN+ subscribers, the Ring of Fire battle event can be purchased through ESPN+ for $69.99. If you’re not already subscribed to ESPN+, new users can bundle Ring of Fire for the cost of an annual subscription for a total of $80.98. An ESPN+ subscription starts at $11 per month and gives you access to exclusive ESPN+ content, including all UFC PPV prelims, other live events, fantasy sports tools and premium ESPN+ articles.

$69.99+ at ESPN+

Don’t want to pay a high PPV price? Audiences in Ukraine can stream the Ring of Fire event, including the Fury vs. Usyk fight, on a platform called Megogo. Subscribers to Megogo’s ‘Light’ subscription can watch the Fury vs. Stream Usyk without paying the $70 pay-per-view price tag – and now you can try a two-week Megogo subscription for just 1 UAH (that’s just $0.25 USD). If you don’t live in Ukraine but want to avoid the Ring of Fire PPV price, you can always stream as if you lived in Ukraine using a VPN.

A VPN (virtual private network) helps protect your data, can mask your IP address, and is perhaps the most popular because it is especially useful in the streaming age. Whether you want to watch Friends on Netflix (which left the US version of the streamer in 2019) or tune in to the fight for free (or almost free) this weekend without ordering on PPV, a VPN can help you. Want to try a VPN for the first time? This guide provides an overview of the best VPN options for every type of user.

ExpressVPN offers “borderless internet,” meaning you can tune into Megogo’s livestream of this weekend’s fight, instead of paying for PPV for US coverage of Fury vs. Usyk. All you have to do is sign up for ExpressVPN, change your server location to Ukraine, and then sign up for a Megogo trial account (for $0.25).

ExpressVPN’s extra protection, speed, and range of location options make it an excellent choice for novice VPN users looking to expand their streaming capabilities. Plus, it’s Endgadget’s top pick for the best streaming VPN. New users can save 49% when they sign up for ExpressVPN’s 12-month plan. Plus, the service offers a 30-day money-back guarantee, in case you’re nervous about trying a VPN.

$8.32/month with ExpressVPN

  • Tyson Fury (champion) vs. Oleksandr Usyk (champion) (heavyweight) – Main Event, Undisputed Heavyweight Championship

  • Jai Opetaia vs. Mairis Briedis (Cruiserweight) – IBF cruiserweight title

  • Joe Cordina (Champion) vs. Anthony Cacace (Super Featherweight) – IBF Super Featherweight Title

  • Frank Sanchez vs. Agit Kabayel (heavyweight)

  • Moses Itauma vs. Ilija Mezencev (heavyweight)

  • Mark Chamberlain vs. Joshua Wahab (Lightweight)

  • Sergey Kovalev vs. Robin Sirawn Safar (Light Heavyweight)

  • Daniel Lapin vs. Octavio Pudivtr (light heavyweight)

  • David Nyika vs. Michael Seitz (cruiserweight)

  • Isaac Lowe vs. Hasibullah Ahmadi (Featherweight)

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