Tyson Fury will look to land the first blows of fight week on Deontay Wilder when the pair come face to face for the first time since touching down in Las Vegas at tonight’s press conference.

We’ll bring you live coverage of every moment from the press conference at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, the scene of the second fight between the two men, in the embedded live stream above from 10pm.

Fury vs Wilder 3: It's time to settle this!

After their first two epic battles, Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder finally settle their feud once and for all exclusively live on BT Sport Box Office on Saturday 9 October. Book your seat for this unmissable trilogy war now.

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Fury has become appointment viewing at press conferences over the years, bringing guaranteed entertainment to the table whenever he’s given a mic.

From crashing his pre-fight press conference against Wladimir Klitschko dressed as batman to performing American Pie for the masses just minutes after an egregious decision robbed him of victory against Wilder in 2018, you simply never know what will happen when Fury comes to town.

But Wilder himself is not shy of causing a scene either.

The ‘Bronze Bomber’ can hold his own on the mic and also prides himself as something of a showman, embracing the glitz and glamour of fight week in his own way.

“I'm going to knock him spark out on Saturday night ”
- Tyson Fury

But the 35-year-old, who is aiming to become a two-time heavyweight world champion by reclaiming the WBC throne, has cut a more serious figure in the build-up to the third fight.

Having parted with almost all of his long-serving team in the aftermath of defeat to Fury last time out, Wilder arrives at this trilogy bout with a new coach, Malik Scott, and a defiant attitude.

"Even on my worst night, on [Fury’s] best night, he still couldn’t get me out of there,” he told BT Sport earlier this week, describing the previous fight between the two men.

"People would try to label it as a knockout but that’s not a knockout.

"No, that’s a stoppage because of a weak individual in my team that did something he wasn’t supposed to do and that’s throw in the towel.

"I ended the fight on my feet. It’s a difference between the knockout and someone ending it on their feet, you know. I’m just looking forward to this time around and I can’t wait again."

Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder arriving in Las Vegas

Fury matched his rival’s fighting talk as he spoke to the press on his grand arrival in Vegas on Monday, telling fans: “It's going to be exciting.

"Wilder is a dynamite puncher and as we've seen over the last few months, we've seen the heavyweight landscape change so much. But I'm still on form, doing what I've got to do.

"I'm going to knock him spark out on Saturday night and I cannot wait, to get him in that ring and give him a good hiding, for sure.

"I might even take it slow with him. I might take it slow and punish him. Make him say, 'No mas.'"

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