Fury vs Schwarz: Date, Time, Venue, Undercard and Live Stream Info

Fury vs Schwarz Date, Time, Venue, Undercard and Live Stream Info

This weekend sees heavyweight boxing return to Las Vegas as Tyson Fury continues his comeback against unbeaten German Tom Schwarz.

Not a whole lot is really known about 26-year-old Schwarz (24-0-16KO).

Mainly due to him not being in a whole bunch of big fights to date.

He hasn’t mixed with top contenders but make no mistake — an undefeated fighter in the heavyweight division is always dangerous.

He hasn’t learned how to lose yet.

Fury will no doubt be a willing teacher of how that goes come Saturday night mind you.

The Manchester native has looked very slim this week. He’s clearly put the work in with trainer Ben Davison.

His weight will be interesting later today come weigh-ins.

Following the huge upset of Anthony Joshua a couple of weeks ago by new champion Andy Ruiz Fury will know that he can’t take his eye off the ball.

Even for a split second.

Fury vs Schwarz: Date, Time, Venue, Undercard and Live Stream Info

Particularly with a rematch against WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder planned for the early part of next year.

As well as more experience this weekend, 30-year-old Fury (27-0-1-19KO) will also enjoy a four inch height advantage over Schwarz.

Ahead of this weekend’s Tyson Fury vs Tom Schwarz showdown here’s what you need to know:


The fight will take place on Saturday, June 15th, 2019.


The bout will take place at the iconic MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.

Fight Time

The main event will kick off at 10pm ET.

The undercard will start at 8pm ET.

Fury vs Schwarz Undercard

The undercard will feature some up and coming talent including American female boxing star Mikaela Meyer.

One decent scrap that could have potential on the undercard is Sullivan Barrera vs Jesse Hart.

Andy Vences vs Albert BellĀ also on the undercard could be a solid dust up too.

Fury vs Schwarz Live Stream and TV Info

The undercard will be shown live on ESPN 2 from 8pm ET.

The main event and live stream will be shown live on the ESPN+ app.