What time is Deontay Wilder fighting tonight? Well, depending on where you are in the world there are a few things to consider. Lets have a look at all the particulars ahead of tonight’s WBC heavyweight world title fight.
The bout will be shown live on Showtime in the US and will take place at the Barclays Center in New York.
Wilder and his challenger Luis Ortiz are expected local time to the ring at approximately 10.15pm, which works out as 7.15pm PT.
That’s the early hours of the morning for folks in the UK (after 3.15am Sunday morning at the earliest).
However the above times are the very earliest that proceedings are expected, they could go as far as 11pm ET, 8pm PT and 4am Sunday morning in the UK.
So you are advised to check your local listings if the broadcasters change things, like they so often do in live sports.
For those in the UK the fight will be shown live on Sky Sports after the Kell Brook show in Sheffield.
Wilder comes to the ring tonight with a record of 39-0-38KO.
His challenger Luis Ortiz of Cuba comes to the record also with an unbeaten pro record, 28-0-24KO.
Someone’s ‘0’ has got to go as they say and if you are looking for a live stream of Wilder vs Ortiz tonight for those on Sky Sports as subscribers – you will need the Sky Go app downloaded.
For those on Showtime you will need to stream the fight and be a subscriber of Showtime to stream it from Sho.com