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Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk's undisputed heavyweight title fight will be broadcast live on TNT Sports PPV, DAZN PPV and Sky Sports PPV in the UK… with US price set at $69.99

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  • Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk will go toe-to-toe on February 17 in Saudi  
  • It will be broadcast live on TNT Sports PPV, DAZN PPV and Sky Sports PPV
  • The UK price has not yet been announced but US fans will have to pay $69.99  

Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk‘s fight for the undisputed heavyweight title will be broadcast live on TNT Sports PPV, DAZN PPV and Sky Sports PPV in the UK, with fans able to buy the fight through all three major broadcasters. 

The Gypsy King and Usyk will go toe-to-toe in Saudi Arabia on February 17 to unify the division for the first time since Lennox Lewis beat Evander Holyfield in March 1999. 

Boxing fans will be able to watch the fight via all three broadcasters, but the PPV price for UK viewers has not yet been declared. However, US audiences will be expected to pay $69.99 for the undisputed title fight. 

Fury will be looking to put on a better performance against the Ukrainian boxer than he did against former UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou on October, 28, 2023. 

Fury won the Battle of the Baddest bout via split decision but it was far from convincing, with ‘The Predator’ knocking the WBC champion down in the third round.

Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk 's fight for the undisputed heavyweight title will be broadcast live on TNT Sports PPV, DAZN PPV and Sky Sports PPV in the UK

Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk ‘s fight for the undisputed heavyweight title will be broadcast live on TNT Sports PPV, DAZN PPV and Sky Sports PPV in the UK

The Gypsy King and Usyk will go toe-to-toe in Saudi Arabia on February 17 to unify the division for the first time since Lennox Lewis beat Evander Holyfield in March 1999

The Gypsy King and Usyk will go toe-to-toe in Saudi Arabia on February 17 to unify the division for the first time since Lennox Lewis beat Evander Holyfield in March 1999 

Boxing fans will be able to watch the fight via all three broadcasters, but the PPV price for UK viewers has not yet been declared. However, US audiences will be expected to pay $69.99

Boxing fans will be able to watch the fight via all three broadcasters, but the PPV price for UK viewers has not yet been declared. However, US audiences will be expected to pay $69.99

Fury tried to land a right hand on the MMA heavyweight but Ngannou countered well and caught him on the temple with a huge left hook, sending him thudding to the canvas. 

Many punters felt Ngannou did enough across the 10 round contest to win the fight and said that the Cameroonian had been ‘robbed’ to protect Fury’s fight with Usyk in February.

However, the majority of boxing experts agreed that Fury was the rightful winner on the night – just edging past the Cameroonian after one of his more disappointing performances. 

Nevertheless, Ngannou walked away from the bout in Saudi Arabia with a massive amount of credit and established himself as a worthwhile contender in the heavyweight division. 

Fury appears to be taking his current camp seriously, being uncharacteristically quiet on social media after touching down in Riyadh to begin his training camp for the undisputed title fight on February 17.

Fury has also been seen sparring Moses Itauma (7-0) Kevin Lerena (30-2) and Alexis Barriere (11-0) in the build-up to the fight. He also completed five rounds with cruiserweight sensation Jai Opetaia. 

Meanwhile, Usyk has been facing the likes of Sanel Hasanovic (7-1-1) Vladimir Katsuk (5-1) Mariusz Wach (38-10) Emanuel Odiase and (1-0) Darren Sealy (0-1). 

Usyk will be heading into the fight off the back of wins again Daniel Dubois and Anthony Joshua – having taken AJ’s  WBA, IBF and WBO titles during their first bout in September 2021. 

Fury will be looking to put on a better performance than he did against former UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou in October 2023

Fury will be looking to put on a better performance than he did against former UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou in October 2023 

Fury has been sparring Moses Itauma (7-0) Kevin Lerena (30-2) and Alexis Barriere (11-0)

Fury has been sparring Moses Itauma (7-0) Kevin Lerena (30-2) and Alexis Barriere (11-0)