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What Time Is Fury vs. Whyte Today? Full Fight Schedule

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Today, boxing fans will witness history go down at the Wembley Stadium in London, as Tyson Fury enters the ring for the final time. The WBC and The Ring heavyweight champion will be facing WBC interim heavyweight champ Dillian Whyte, and it’s all happening soon. The Fury vs. Whyte time is officially 2 p.m. ET (11 a.m. PT) in U.S. time, but there are eight fights on the card, and the championship main event will take place last. Read on to learn more about the fight schedule and when you’ll need to be ready to tune in to watch the Fury vs. Whyte live stream.

Fury vs. Whyte is taking place in London, England, and this is the first time in four years that Tyson Fury is fighting out of his home country. That means fans in the U.S. are probably used to seeing Fury’s big fights, which have recently happened stateside, at night, but not this time: The event begins at 2 p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT, so you’ll have to tune in a bit earlier than usual if you want to watch the Fury vs. Whyte live stream online in its entirety.

There are eight fights on the card, though, and the headlining championship bout between Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte is happening last, so it’s going to be a long day of boxing and the main attraction won’t be happening until the afternoon or evening in the U.S. (depending on your time zone). We expect Fury and Whyte to do their ring-walks around 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT. Given Fury’s penchant for flamboyant ring walks, and considering that this looks to be the last one he’ll ever do, fans are likely to see a show here.

This is a pay-per-view event, though, so if you’re going to shell out the $70 that the Fury vs. Whyte PPV will cost you, you’re probably likely to watch the whole thing to get your money’s worth. ESPN and Fox share the rights to broadcast the fight card in the U.S., with the ESPN+ streaming platform being our favorite way to watch Fury vs. Whyte online. ESPN+ costs $7 per month or $70 per year, or you can package it with the Disney Bundle and get it along with Disney+ and ad-tier Hulu for $14 per month. The Fury vs. Whyte ESPN+ PPV costs $70.

Tyson Fury currently holds the WBC and The Ring heavyweight championship belts, which he most recently defended in his trilogy bout against former champ Deontay Wilder in October. Last March, Jamaican-born Dillian Whyte, who now fights out of London, won his rematch with Russian boxer Alexander Povetkin to win a WBC interim heavyweight championship. This evening, one of these men will emerge victorious as the lineal heavyweight champion, and if you want to catch it all live, you’ve still got time to sign up for ESPN+ and grab the pay-per-view so you can watch Fury vs. Whyte online at 2 p.m. ET.

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Charles Oliveira’s Record Going into UFC 274 & Best Performances
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On Saturday night in Phoenix, Arizona, UFC Lightweight Champion Charles "Do Bronx" Oliveira is facing down top title contender Justin "The Highlight" Gaethje in one of the most highly anticipated fights of the year. This will be Oliveira's second title defense since winning the belt in 2021. If you're looking to watch UFC 274 online this weekend and want to know more about the defending champ, we've picked out a few of the best fights and finishes from his long MMA career. After reading up, be sure to sign up for ESPN+ and grab the pay-per-view so you can stream UFC 274 live.

Charles Oliveira has been a staple of the UFC lightweight roster for more than a decade and has racked up an incredible record of 32 wins, eight losses, and one no-contest throughout his professional career. "Do Bronx," so nicknamed due to his poor upbringing in a favela in Sao Paolo, Brazil, seemed an unlikely candidate to become UFC Lightweight Champion. His journey through the division has been long and bumpy, and he has bounced between lightweight, featherweight, and catchweight during his 12 years with the UFC. You could write a short book about Oliveira's 41 professional bouts, but here are five of the champion's best and most career-defining finishes leading up to UFC 274:
UFC on Versus 2: Oliveira vs. Elkins
Oliveira's career with the Ultimate Fighting Championship began in 2010 when he made his league debut at UFC on Versus 2. There, he faced Darren Elkins at lightweight. After a rocky start with Elkins seeming to take the high ground early on, Oliveira immediately recovered from a slam to the mat and submitted his foe in the first minute of the first round with an armbar. It was a fitting preview of things to come, marking the beginning of Oliveira's knack for upsets as well as his run as one of the top submission artists in the lightweight division; a whopping 20 of his 32 professional victories have come via submission.
UFC Fight Night 170: Oliveira vs. Lee
UFC Fight Night 170 was notable for being the last show in 2020 before the COVID-19 pandemic forced the promotion to postpone further events. Charles Oliveira faced Kevin Lee, another top 10 lightweight, as the headliner on the main card in front of an empty arena. The event took place in Oliveira's home country of Brazil, and although Lee was favored to win, Do Bronx clinched an upset victory with a guillotine choke submission in the first minute of the third round. This win earned Oliveira a co-headlining spot on the UFC 256 main card against Tony Ferguson, setting him up as a real contender for a future title shot. Oliveira's victory at UFC Fight Night 170 also accelerated his upward trajectory which would soon culminate in him becoming the champion of one of the most top-heavy divisions in the UFC.
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What Channel Is Fury vs. Whyte on Today? Watch Boxing Live
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Today, boxing history is being made as Tyson "Gypsy King" Fury is fighting what looks to be his last bout. The lineal WBC and The Ring heavyweight champion will be defending his throne against challenger Dillian Whyte, the interim WBC heavyweight champion, at Wembley Stadium in London, England. This is a pay-per-view event, and if you're trying to find out what channel Fury vs. Whyte is on today so you can watch it live in the U.S., we've got everything you need to know right here.

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UFC 273 is here, and it's happening tonight. Alexander Volkanovski is taking on The Korean Zombie starting at 10 p.m. ET at the VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville Florida. If you're looking to watch live on the right UFC channel then you've come to the right place. We'll tell you exactly how and where to stream the event and what it's going to cost you. But first, some of the highlights. Besides the main card, Aljamain Sterling is taking on Petr Yan in a Bantamweight title bout, Burns is going head-to-head with Chimaev in a standard Welterweight bout, and the Women's Strawweight bout will feature Dern vs. Torres. As one of the biggest pay-per-view events for April, you'll need to pay up if you want to live stream the UFC fight. Here's everything you need to know about it, including where you can tune in.

These days, all UFC pay-per-views air live only on ESPN+ which means they're not available, legally, on any other networks. It is worth mentioning that only the main card is considered the pay-per-view event, so you'll need to sign-up for ESPN+ if you want to watch the big one: For tonight that's Volkanovski vs. The Korean Zombie. The main card, or the big fight, starts at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT. Of course, that's not the only fight happening tonight. The early prelims and preliminary card fights are also airing on ESPN+, but you can watch those elsewhere if you want. A local pub, maybe?

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