Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 3 LIVE RESULTS: UK start time, stream, TV channel, undercard for TONIGHT'S huge fight

TYSON FURY and Deontay Wilder FINALLY do battle tonight in their blockbuster trilogy fight in Las Vegas.

Neither man has fought since their rematch 19 months ago, when Fury was victorious in a seven-round mauling.

Wilder, though, has been full of excuses for his loss such as saying his ring-walk costume was too heavy, and his water was spiked.

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The Bronze Bomber has since changed his trainer from Mark Breland – who threw the towel in in the defeat – to former opponent Malik Scott.

While BOTH men came in at career heaviest weights for tonight's fight – with Fury 277lbs and Wilder 238lbs.

Though heavy or not, if Wilder can't box to orders, Fury will reign supreme once again.

Las Vegas once again awaits a titanic clash.

Follow ALL the updates with our live blog below…

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    All Berlanga in that round. Coceres seems content to sit on the outside and is reluctant to initiate.

    The Puerto Rican is stalking his prey here. It's seemingly only a matter of time before he gets the Argentine out of there.

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    Up next is a tasty 168lb showdown between the undefeated Eder Berlanga and veteran Marcelo Esteban Coceres.

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    Just look at Vladimir Hernandez's reaction to his split decision victory over Julian Williams.

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    This evening, well morning, is all centred around Tyson Fury's trilogy fight with Deontay Wilder.

    But, there's been some huge heavyweight news announced this evening.

    Anthony Joshua has officially exercised the rematch clause to face Oleksandr Usyk.

    Promoter Eddie Hearn said: "DAZN's Maya Jama: "Today we officially triggered the rematch for Oleksandr Usyk fight, which we'll see early next spring.

    "Back in the game and we're looking for him to become three-time world champion.

    "A few niggles in camp for AJ, Usyk had a bad cut, it's officially triggered, we'll sit down with K2 Promotions and I think March is when you'll see that fight.

    "This was a disappointing loss to a pound-for-pound great.

    "We don't need to get back in the game with 10-rounders, he needs to rip those belts off Usyk."

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    Vladimir Hernandez defeats former unified light-middleweight champion Julian Williams via split decision.

    The judges, surprisingly, scored it 96-94, 94-96, 97-93 in his favour.

    Not sure about the margin of the victory, but at least the right man won.

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    The fight goes the distance. Let's see how the judges score this one. Barring any shenanigans, Hernandez should get the nod.

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    ROUND 10

    Hernandez is looking a man possessed and one who won't be denied victory.

    The Stockton slugger is continuing to pour it on later, landing a good one-two right before the final bell.

    I've got Hernandez up by 7 rounds to three.

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    What a fight between Julian Williams and Vladimir Hernandez.

    After a slow start, Hernandez has come back strong in the middle rounds and is bullying former champ Williams.

    Fatigue has well and truly got the better of Williams, whose corner are cutting a worrying collective figure.

    One more round to go. Let's see how the former unified light middleweight champ comes out for the final stanza.

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    Tyson and Deontay Wilder will both earn a minimum of £18million for their Las Vegas trilogy fight this morning.

    SunSport understands Fury and Wilder's disclosed purses will be £4.4million ($6m) and £2.9m ($4m) respectively.

    But the duo are already contractually guaranteed a minimum of £18m for the third showdown.

    Fury, however, is set to take home the lion's share of the pot due to the 60/40 split in place.

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    Former WBA heavyweight champ David Haye has claimed Deontay Wilder came up with several unfounded excuses for his loss to Tyson Fury to hide the fact he fought with an injured right arm.

    He told BT Sport: "Him making all those excuses distracts everybody from what I’ve learned was the real excuse, the real reason why he was unable to perform.

    "His right arm was severely damaged in that fight. So, the Wilder that we saw in the first fight was not there in the second fight.

    "I got in on good authority from someone who [knows]. I 100 per cent trust this guy.

    "And he’s super confident that the Deontay Wilder getting into the ring tonight is a completely different specimen to even the first fight. In the first fight, Wilder showed the firepower.

    "He just didn’t have the discipline, didn’t have the strategy to implement his right hand – which is his biggest weapon.

    "And in the second fight, he didn\t have it at all. So, on paper – I understand why everyone is saying this is a foregone conclusion.

    "But when you look at the fact that Tyson Fury was fighting someone that was potentially [injured].

    "I believe it so and tonight will be very evident if Wilder’s right hand is back intact."

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    Tyson Fury put such a beating on Deontay Wilder last time out that the former champion ended up bleeding from his left ear.

    And keen to taste his opponent's lifeforce, the Gypsy King licked his neck whilst in the clinch.

    I wonder if he'll do the same thing again tonight.

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    Deontay Wilder's mind is solely focused on exacting revenge on WBC heavyweight champ Tyson Fury.

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    Former WBA heavyweight champion David Haye has warned Tyson Fury he must put on a 'career-best' performance to see off Deontay Wilder again.

    The Hayemaker said: "He's had issues in training camp, he's had family issues.

    "He needs to, somehow, find a career-best performance tonight.

    "If there's not a career-best performance, I believe he's gonna get stopped."

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    Robeisy Ramirez def. Orlando Gonzalez by unanimous decision

    Bruce Carrington via Cesar Cantu via unanimous decision (40-36, 40-36, 40-36)

    Viktor Faust def. Mike Marshall via TKO – Round 3

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    Robeisy Ramirez is throwing heavy, heavy shots in his featherweight bout with Orlando Gonzalez Ruiz.

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    Boxing legend Mike Tyson is rooting for Tyson Fury to retain his WBC heavyweight title against Deontay Wilder.

    The Gypsy King will no doubt be buzzing with his namesake's public shoutout.

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    Deontay Wilder believes he sensed some nervous energy from Tyson Fury during their socially-distanced face-off last night.

    Is the Bronze Bomber right? We'll find out in a few hours.

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    Take a look at the inside of the T-Mobile Arena, which will soon play host to the third instalment of Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder.

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    Here's the down-low on how this evening's eagerly-anticipated card will proceed.


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    As if you needed reminding, here's how Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder stack up ahead of their trilogy fight.

    How Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder stack up ahead of the trilogy fight
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    TYSON 2.0

    Mike Tyson has sent a good luck message to Tyson Fury ahead of his trilogy fight with Deontay Wilder.

    Speaking on Twitter, Iron Mike said: "The eyes of the Gods of war are upon you @Tyson_Fury #FuryWilder3."

    Earlier in the week, Tyson predicted a win for his namesake, explaining: “Deontay Wilder have nothing to be sad about… I just think Tyson Fury has his number."

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    Here's how things looked last time out…

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    Anthony Joshua has triggered his Oleksandr Usyk rematch clause, Eddie Hearn has revealed.

    The promoter said: "Today we officially triggered the rematch for Oleksandr Usyk fight, which we'll see early next spring.

    "Back in the game and we're looking for him to become three-time world champion.

    "A few niggles in camp for AJ, Usyk had a bad cut, it's officially triggered, we'll sit down with K2 Promotions and I think March is when you'll see that fight.

    "This was a disappointing loss to a pound-for-pound great.

    "We don't need to get back in the game with 10-rounders, he needs to rip those belts off Usyk."

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    Eddie Hearn: "Fury is a huge favourite but Wilder has the ability to end a fight at any time. It's heavyweight boxing and that's why it is so exciting. Fury wins on points."

    David Price: "I'm going to go with another Fury win again. I think it'll be a sustained beating. I think Wilder will start quick and then Fury will just take over in the mid to late rounds and stop him."

    Oleksandr Usyk: "I don't think too much about who wins. It will be a good fight. Don't write Deontay Wilder off since he always has the knockout punch. I am not good at making predictions."

    Dana White: "I think Fury's too good. I think Fury's got that number."

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    Deontay Wilder insists rival Tyson Fury 'hasn't seen 100 per cent' of him ahead of Saturday's trilogy fight in Las Vegas.

    He told 78SPORTSTV: "Tyson Fury gave me the best of him. But he hasn't seen 100% of me, no-one has.

    "I've always came in with injuries or something wrong with me. Some say, 'Well, why did you do that?' I'm a warrior.

    "I'm a king, you're a peasant. We are not equal."

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