Fury-Wilder PPV all-heavyweight undercard

It will be four big heavyweight fights in one night at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas as three heavyweight showdowns have been added to the televised PPV undercard of the third fight between WBC and lineal heavyweight world champion Tyson “The Gypsy King” Fury and former heavyweight world champion Deontay “The Bronze Bomber” Wilder.

In the 10-round co-main event, 2016 Nigerian Olympian “The One and Only” Efe Ajagba (15-0, 12 KOs) will take on fellow unbeaten Frank “The Cuban Flash” Sánchez (18-0, 13 KOs). The PPV telecast also includes the 12-round rematch between Robert “The Nordic Nightmare” Helenius (30-3, 19 KOs) and Adam “Babyface” Kownacki (20-1, 15 KOs), who was stopped by Helenius in the fourth round of their first bout in March 2020.

The eight-round PPV opener will see Jared “The Real Big Baby” Anderson (9-0, 9 KOs) step up in class against undefeated Vladimir Tereshkin (22-0-1, 12 KOs).

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  • This is a good card. Looking forward to all these well matched fights.

    • Absolutely! Very exciting stuff. Haven’t seen something like this since 90s Don King. Big win for boxing.

  • Good looking card. I will pick Sanchez over Ajagba. I also want to take a closer look at Anderson.

    • Agreed. Sanchez is more fluid with his punches and has better body mechanics than Ajagba. Ajagba’s powerful right hand is capable of switching things up fast, but I am sure Sanchez’s corner has trained him to laterally move or improve on his head movement. Sanchez by UD.

  • Anybody else old enough to remember Don King matching lots of heavyweight top 10 fighters on his heavyweight championship undercards? Would put theee kinda fights to shame.

    • Don King was the king of promoting mismatches then stealing his fighters money. Why didn’t Tyson fight Riddick Bowe, Tommy Morrison, George Foreman or Lennox Lewis or Evander Holyfield when in his prime? Don King had Tyson fighting Peter McNeeley, Bruce Seldon, Carl Williams and others instead of real competition.

      • Maybe because Biwe was Rock Newman Lewis and Holyfield were Main Events Morrison and Foreman were Top Rank. Everyone of the fighters mentioned would beat everyone on this so called ppv

        • Don king wasn’t no crook he was a genius he mad all his fighters rich but made himself richer

        • Does it matter? Get the business done and enjoy ur money for your worries. Let no one criticise Don King or Dana White. Without their smart improvements in promoting combat sports, we won’t enjoy what we have today. There is absolutely nothing wrong in being a smart ass business man

      • Rob you know nothing about boxing. Don King was a crook but he put on many top ranked undefeated fighters against each other on the same card, educate yourself sunshine before talking nonsense.

      • Maybe cause Tyson was locked up during his prime, dummy? When He first come out of prison you don’t put him fighting top 3 heavily weights in world. Your comment is stupid

    • What? This is an excellent card. I’m guessing you’re not familiar with the boxers or their history. ALL of them are excellent matchups.

  • It’s been a looooong time since I actually bought PPV boxing. The Ajaga-Sanchez addition makes this one really tempting. I think Sanchez will take this one, but Ajagba has enough power to create some doubt. Will also be interesting to see what Anderson-Tereshkin looks like. Some good fights being made lately….several this weekend, for example….and some good ones on the horizon.

    • Colbert fighting some stiff for an intermediate title a good fight. Oh man and Mayweather getting 100 million plus for an exhibition where are Butterbean and Mia St John when we need them0

  • Definitely a good PPV lineup & I will definitely buy it. IMO, the worst PPV event I’ve ever seen was Floyd carrying a MMA fighter who was making his pro boxing debut. I still can’t believe the Nevada commission approved that “fight!”

  • First time in last 4 years i buy PPV Well selected well balanced well done We can expect sweet science of boxing practised Will have fun watching it Respect to people who deserve Long live Boxing

  • STACKED CARD!!!!! I expect to see a ton of knockout. I can’t wait for this card.

  • I want Canelo vs Fury next. Very exciting fight with canelo winning via tko in later rounds

  • Sanchez will stop Ajaba, he is not only the more skilled, but has a better chin.

  • THAT is a GREAT card. Hats off to the organizers and managers for this one. We need more PPVs like this!

  • This is the kind of matchups that make sense. Let unbeaten face unbeaten.

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