The best fighters in heavyweight boxing will be in action over the next few months. A win by the favorite in the big fight this weekend puts the sport one step away from a super fight in February. You can see a top heavyweight in action this Saturday by streaming Fury vs. Wallin exclusively on ESPN+.

Fury vs. Wallin boxing event is being held in the T-Mobile Arena in "Fabulous" Las Vegas, Nev. This entire night of Top Rank Boxing is available only on ESPN+. The undercard fights begin at 7:30 p.m. The main event card will be at 11 p.m. Eastern time, with the Fury vs. Wallin fight is expected to start approximately Midnight Eastern time.

The Main Event

Tyson "Gypsy King" Fury (28-0-1) has a lot more on the line in this fight then just his lineal Heavyweight championship. For those who don't know, that lineal title is rooted in the saying "The man who beat the man", meaning Fury is the man who beat Wladimir Klitschko, and hasn't been beaten since. Some consider this title abdicated when Fury vacated his other titles in 2016 under drug investigation, but Fury thinks otherwise since his comeback. He needs to win this week for that comeback to include a shot at a true world title.

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If Tyson Fury does beat Wallin, he is all but guaranteed to get a title fight rematch against one of the two U.S. Heavyweight champions. Just nine months ago, Fury boxed to a draw against WBC World titleholder Deontay Wilder. Fury was largely considered to have outboxed Wilder most rounds, but Deontay landed two knockdowns including one near knockout in the final round. If both Fury and Wilder win this fall, expect a major pay-per-view style event next February.

Otto "All In" Wallin (20-0) is a lesser known fighter with an amazing record. This will be his first shot at a World title, and only his second fight in the United States. Wallin hails from Sundsvall, Sweden, and his early career was filled with fights against foes with terrible records. As the quality of his competition has improved, Wallin has yet to be stopped. Can the younger Wallin pull an upset to ruin plans for a superfight?

Top Rank put together a collection of the Top 5 performances by boxers featured in this upcoming event. Number one is a must see, as Fury ducks and dodges a five punch combination from Tom Schwarz.

Schedule and Fight Card

  • Undercard: 7:30 p.m. Eastern on ESPN+
  • Main Event:11 p.m. Eastern on ESPN+
  • Fury vs. Wallin: Approx Midnight Eastern on ESPN+

The full event card, as always subject to change, is as follows

  • Tyson Fury (28-0-1) vs. Otto Wallin (20-0)
  • Emanuel Navarrete (28-1) vs. Juan Miguel Elorde (28-1)
  • Jose Pedraza (26-2) vs. Jose Zepeda (30-2)
  • Carlos Cuadras (38-3-1) vs. Jose Maria Cardenas (17-4)
  • Gabriel Flores Jr. (14-0) vs. Miguel Angel Perez Aispuro (12-8-2)
  • Felix Valera (18-2) vs. Vyacheslav Shabranskyy (20-2)
  • Isaac Lowe (18-0-3) vs. Ruben Garcia Hernandez (25-4-2)
  • Isidro Ochoa (7-0) vs. Iskander Kharsan (6-0)
  • Guido Vianello (4-0) vs. Cassius Anderson (7-1)
  • Abraham Martinez (7-0) vs. Kevin Johnson (7-1)

ESPN+ details

ESPN+ is a standalone sports streaming service with lots for fight fans to love. It has many of the best Top Rank boxing events, including Tyson Fury vs. Otto Wallin. ESPN+ also has UFC fights, with PPV events and Fight Nights every month. Sports on ESPN+ goes beyond the ring, with pro team sports like MLB, NHL and MLS, and college sports, including NCAA football, basketball, baseball, softball, soccer and more.

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