Lineal heavyweight champion Tyson Fury takes on former UFC champion Francis Ngannou this weekend. This fight is said to be a battle of the kings of the world’s two leading combat sports. Fury (33-0-1, 24 KOs), as a true boxer who is claimed to be the greatest heavyweight boxer today, will certainly benefit. Ngannou (0-0, 0 KO) has never competed in an official boxing match, but he has some interesting weapons in his arsenal. For example, he was trained by one of the greatest heavyweight boxers of the 80s and 90s, Mike Tyson. Fury may also be hesitant to fight Ngannou all the way, as Tyson Fury vs. Oleksandr Usyk has confirmed it will take place in December. If Fury is injured, the unification fight is in jeopardy.
Tyson Fury vs. Francis Ngannou is held at 2:00 PM ET on Saturday, October 28. It’s ESPN+ PPV in the US, UK, Canada and Ireland, and on DAZN worldwide. Here’s everything you need to know to watch it from anywhere in the world.
How to watch Fury vs. Ngannou on ESPN+ PPV
Fury vs. Ngannou is PPV active ESPN+ in the US, UK, Canada and Ireland. It costs $80, plus $11 if you don’t already have an ESPN+ subscription. It’s as expensive as a PPV. If you’re not already an ESPN+ subscriber, a membership is worth it if you want to watch more boxing. ESPN partners with Top Rank, the boxing promotion company, so it shows regular fights from boxers like Fury, Naoya Inoue, and Teofimo Lopez. Unfortunately there is no free trial of ESPN+ at this time.
How to watch Fury vs. Ngannou from overseas on DAZN
If you’re not in the US, UK, Canada or Ireland, you can watch the fight on DAZN. This is a PPV, and the price depends on the country you stream it in. DAZN costs $25 per month for a regular subscription, or $225 for a full year. You can also commit to a year-long subscription and pay in increments of $20 per month. Unfortunately there is no DAZN free trial. DAZN is partnered with Golden Boy Promotions, so you can expect regular content from fighters like Ryan Garcia, Canelo Alvarez, and Jaime Munguia. DAZN has the standard PPVs and fights, plus interesting events like influencer boxing program Misfits Boxing.
How to watch Fry vs. Ngannou from abroad with VPN
If you are not in the US, UK, Canada, Ireland or anywhere in the world that has DAZN, you’ll have to get creative to watch this fight. We recommend taking the best VPN for streaming and connecting somewhere with DAZN, as that subscription is cheaper than ESPN+ PPV. NordVPN is the best VPN overall, and it’s currently on sale. As part of early VPN Black Friday deals, you can get NordVPN for the equivalent of $3 per month if you commit to a two-year plan.