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Fury vs Wallin live stream: how to watch tonight's boxing online from anywhere

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(Image credit: BT Box Office)

So, are you rrrrrrready to rrrrrrumble. We're willing to bet that Tyson Fury is, as he prepares to put his undefeated streak on the line against Swedish heavyweight Otto Wallin today. The showdown is all set for the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas and you can live stream Fury vs Wallin as it happens - and no matter where you are - by following this guide.

The Gypsy King is back in the ring with his career back on track. You don't need us to tell you that his unorthodox boxing style and showmanship means that any Fury fight is going to be just about unmissable.

Fury vs Wallin fight - when and where

What date is it? Today! (Saturday, September 14)

What time is it? Tonight's fight is expected to start no earlier than 8pm in Las Vegas. So that's an early Sunday morning at around 4am BST in the UK and 1pm AEST in the Australian afternoon.

Where is it? The boxing is taking place at the 20,000 capacity T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

It's been just three months since the Gypsy King's last fight on US soil, following his impressive, quick-fire win over Tom Schwarz back in June.

Fury will ultimately see today's showdown with Otto Wallin as another stepping stone towards a much wanted rematch against Deontay Wilder following his controversial split-decision defeat against the WBC World Champion back in December. The 31-year-old English fighter has his own WBO Inter-Continental heavyweight title on the line against Wallin, but will be rightly expecting a quick dispatch of his Swedish opponent.

For his part, Wallin will be looking to become the first Swedish world champion since 1959. With an equally unblemished record of 13 knockouts in a 20-fight career, the 31-year-old will be hoping to overcome a five inch height difference and limited top-rank fighting experience to pull off a shock that would rival Andy Ruiz’s win over Anthony Joshua earlier in the year.

You can live stream Tyson Fury vs Otto Wallin anywhere in the world using the guide below - check out your options for a fight you won't want to miss. The cost varies quite a lot over the world, with the UK hosting an expensive PPV that's undercut massively in the US by ESPN+.

Live stream Tyson Fury vs Otto Wallin from outside your country

If you've been looking forward to this fight and already know where to watch, your plans may be scuppered if you're away from your home country now. That's because broadcasters geo-block their coverage if you try to watch from abroad.

But there's a clever workaround for this, which is perfectly legal (assuming the broadcaster's Ts&Cs allow it) and it involves using a piece of software called a VPN - better that than trying to get some dodgy stream from Reddit.

A Virtual Private Network allows you to change your IP address so you appear to be in a completely different location - in this case, back in your home country - and it's ridiculously simple to do. Especially if you use our top rated option ExpressVPN, which is available on a whole host of Smart TVs, Fire TV Stick, PC, Mac, iPhone, Android phone, iPads, tablets and more. In fact, so do all of our top three best VPN service picks:

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And don't forget that a VPN isn't just for boxing... there's loads you can do with them. From unblocking restricted sites and watching Netflix in other countries to adding an extra layer of security for online shopping and banking. 

How watch the Tyson Fury fight in the UK

BT Sport Box Office has once again nabbed the title of official UK broadcaster for the latest Tyson Fury fight. It's priced at £19.95 to purchase. The main event should kick-off at 4am-ish - although that may be later/less early if the main card goes on longer than expected. 

BT Sport Box Office coverage can be added to the likes of Sky, Virgin, PS4 - or simply on its own through the BT website and app.

Not in the UK? You'll need a VPN to watch this live stream

Live stream Tyson Fury vs Otto Wallin in the US

ESPN - and, in particular, its streaming service ESPN+ - will be showing the match up, with coverage starting at 10pm ET / 7pm PT.

Note that ESPN+ is also the home of UFC Fight Nights, so it's becoming a natural choice for all things fighting.

After that, it costs $4.99 per month, which includes access on laptop, desktop, mobile app and TV streamer apps such as Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, PS4 and Xbox. And there's no commitment either, you can discontinue the service at any time.

Click the link to head to sign up to ESPN+ or learn more about the service

Outside the US on fight night but still want to watch that ESPN+ coverage, then there's the possibility of using a VPN to access it from abroad.

How to watch Fury vs Wallin: Australia stream

At the time of writing, we can't see any evidence that the Tyson Fury vs Otto Wallin fight will be shown at all. As a last resort, we suppose you could try downloading a VPN service and then signing up for an option from another country. We'll be sure to update this section if we hear anything differently.

Kevin Lynch

Kevin Lynch is a London-born, Dublin-based writer and journalist. The author of Steve Jobs: A Biographic Portrait, Kevin is a regular feature writer for a number of tech sites and the former Technology Editor for the Daily Mirror. He has also served as editor of and has been a member of the judging panel for the BAFTA British Academy Video Game Awards. Alongside reviewing the latest AV gear, smartphones and computers, Kevin also specialises in music tech and can often be found putting the latest DAWs, MIDI controllers and guitar modellers through their paces. Born within the sound of Bow Bells, Kevin is also a lifelong West Ham fan for his troubles.