Updated Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder Odds, Boxing Props, Projected Start Time, Stream & PPV Price

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Friday update: With a little more than 24 hours to go before Saturday’s heavyweight title fight, the odds are starting to shift just slightly in the direction of the challenger.

Fury was listed as high as -350 on the moneyline at DraftKings earlier this week, but has seen his odds drop to -290 as of Friday. He’s still above -300 at PointsBet, but most other books (FanDuel, Caesars, BetMGM and Westgate) have Fury between -295 and -250.

In the other corner, Wilder’s moneyline odds have also moved slightly; the former champ was +250 at FanDuel just days ago and is now +230 there. He is listed at +200 at BetMGM.


The long-awaited third fight between the WBC and lineal heavyweight champion Tyson Fury and former WBC champion Deontay Wilder will (barring any more setbacks) finally take place Saturday at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

Neither fighter has seen the bright lights of a live boxing match since February 2020 when Fury forced Wilder’s corner to throw in the towel in the seventh round of their rematch. Wilder sought a rematch almost immediately after suffering his first loss, but failed negotiations, arbitration and, of course, the COVID-19 pandemic pushed this fight back to October.

Here’s everything you need to know about Fury vs. Wilder III from the betting odds to how to watch Saturday’s fight.

Fury vs. Wilder Odds

Fighter Best Odds Sportsbook
Tyson Fury -270 BetMGM
Deontay Wilder +235 DraftKings

Fury vs. Wilder Props

Odds as of Friday morning and via Caesars

Round Totals Over Under
10.5 Rounds +175 -250
Fight Goes the Distance? Yes (+200) No (-275)
Method of Victory Fury Wilder
KO/TKO/DQ -110 +275
Decision/Technical Decision +260 +1600
Draw +2000 +2000
Winning Group of Rounds Fury Wilder
Rounds 1-6 +250 +550
Rounds 7-12 +275 +450

Winning Group of Rounds (Alt.) Fury Wilder
Rounds 1-3 +600 +1100
Rounds 4-6 +400 +900
Rounds 7-9 +450 +1200
Rounds 10-12 +800 +2500

To Win Fight in Round Fury Wilder
Round 1 +2200 +4000
Round 2 +2000 +3300
Round 3 +1600 +2500
Round 4 +1200 +2500
Round 5 +1200 +2500
Round 6 +1200 +2500
Round 7 +1200 +2800
Round 8 +1400 +3300
Round 9 +1600 +4000
Round 10 +2000 +5000
Round 11 +2200 +6600
Round 12 +2800 +8000

Fury vs. Wilder Time, Stream

  • Start time: The main card begins Saturday at 9 p.m. ET. Fury and Wilder are expected to fight around 11:30 p.m. ET.
  • PPV: The pay-per-view is available on all major cable providers via ESPN+/FOX Sports, and costs $79.99.
  • Stream: You can purchase the PPV to stream online through Fox Sports or ESPN+. The app is available on Roku, Apple TV and several other streaming devices.
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Fury Past Five Fights

Fury’s moneyline is as high as -350 entering this fight, which is significantly higher than where he closed in his first two fights against Wilder. In both bouts, Fury was the underdog by the start of the fight.

Year Opponent – Result Closing Odds
2020 Deontay Wilder – Win +120
2019 Otto Wallin – Win -2500
2019 Tom Schwarz – Win -2500
2018 Deontay Wilder – Draw +125
2018 Fransisco Pianeta – Win -8500

Wilder Past Five Fights

In all likelihood, Wilder will close as the underdog in this fight, which is an extremely rare spot for the former champion. Even in his rematch with Fury, Wilder was the slight favorite leading up to the opening bell.

Year Opponent – Result Closing Odds
2020 Tyson Fury – Loss -140
2019 Luis Ortiz – Win -500
2019 Dominic Breazeale – Win -1000
2018 Tyson Fury – Draw -145
2018 Luis Ortiz – Win -440

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