What time does the Wilder vs. Fury 2 fight start?Start time : 7 p.m. ET | 4 p.m. PTMain event: 11 p.m. ET | 9 p.m. PT (approx.)Broadcast coverage of the Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury rematch will begin with a preshow at 7 p.m. ET followed by the undercard at 7:30 p.m. The pay-per-view main card is set to begin at 9 p.m. ET. Expect Fury and Wilder to make their ring walks for the main event between 11 p.m. and midnight.Wilder vs. Fury 2 fight cardMain cardDeontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury for Wilder’s WBC and Fury’s lineal heavyweight titlesCharles Martin vs. Gerald Washington; heavyweightsEmanuel Navarrete vs. Jeo Tupas Santisima for Navarrete’s WBO junior featherweight titleSebastian Fundora vs. Daniel Lewis; Jr. middleweights Undercard Subriel Matias vs. Petros Ananyan; junior welterweightsAmir Imam vs. Javier Molina; welterweightsRolando Romero vs. Arturs Ahmetovs; lightweightsGabriel Flores Jr. vs. Matt Conway; junior lightweightsVito Mielnicki Jr. vs. Corey Champion; welterweightsIsaac Lowe vs. Alberto Guevara; featherweights Tyson Fury did what he said he was going to do — stop Deontay Wilder.The “Gypsy King” dropped Wilder twice before finishing him via seventh-round TKO to complete a thorough beating at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Saturday night. With the victory, Fury (30-0-1, 21 KIs) snatched the WBC and The Ring heavyweight titles, adding the hardware to his own lineal title. After scoring two knockdowns earlier in the fight, Fury punctuated his dominant performance by smothering Wilder (42-1-1, 41 KOs) against the ring post with punches until referee Kenny Bayless recognized the request from Wilder’s corner to stop the fight and ended it right there in the seventh round.THE GYPSY KING IS THE KING OF BOXING! 👑 #WilderFury2 pic.twitter.com/3qDbApeXsH— ESPN (@espn) February 23, 2020″The king has returned to the top of the throne!” Fury declared during his postfight interview before singing “American Pie” in the ring. Tyson Fury really sang ‘American Pie’ after beating Deontay Wilder #WilderFury2 😂👑(via @trboxing)pic.twitter.com/BZA6F8Pxjj— ESPN (@espn) February 23, 2020 Join DAZN and watch more than 100 fight nights a yearFrom the opening bell, Fury lived up to his word and came out as the aggressor. He used his 273 pounds to lean on Wilder before dropping “The Bronze Bomber” with a left hook-right hand combination in the third round. Although Wilder beat the count, the knockdown put him on unsteady legs and Fury’s weight advantage only fatigued him more.Two rounds later, Fury dug a left hand into Wilder’s body and dropped him for the second time. The Tuscaloosa, Ala., native was badly hurt and in clear survival mode with blood pouring out of his mouth and eardrum.Fury was so bloodthirsty that, while the fighters were in the clinch during the sixth round, he licked and tasted Wilder’s blood.Tyson Fury really licked Wilder’s blood. 😳 pic.twitter.com/YjN2v1z2W4— Complex Sports (@ComplexSports) February 23, 2020After driving Wilder’s head back with three left hands, Fury cornered him and unloaded on shot after shot until Bayless stopped the fight at the Wilder corner’s request.Wilder, his title defense streak snapped at 10 bouts, wished his corner would have let him persist.“I just wish that my corner would’ve let me go out on my shield. I’m a warrior. That’s what I do.”Deontay Wilder after losing to Tyson Fury. #WilderFury2 pic.twitter.com/5QpChJgjK8— ESPN (@espn) February 23, 2020The thorough beating the “Gypsy King” gave Wilder was nothing short of dominant. Fury fully avenged their controversial December 2018 split draw, which many pundits felt Fury should have won.Here’s how the full Fury vs. Wilder 2 card went:Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury 2 live updates, highlightsTyson Fury annihilates Deontay Wilder in rematch to add WBC, The Ring titles to lineal heavyweight beltRound 7: Fury sends Wilder flying back a few steps with a left hook. Wilder is in survival mode. Another head-snapping jab from Fury. And a lunging left hook. Wilder has never been rocked like this. Fury digs a shot to the body. He has Wilder in the corner and is unloading on him — punch after punch. Bayless steps in and stops the fight, just as Wilder’s corner is about to throw in the towel. It’s over! Round 6: Fury is just having his way with Wilder, walking him down. There’s speculation that he might have ruptured Wilder’s eardrum. Fury seems to be tiring as well but is still in firm control. Wilder hasn’t mustered any offense in quite some rounds. A big left brushes Wilder’s head back. Did Fury just stick his tongue out and taste Wilder’s blood? Replay shows he literally did just that. (10-9 Fury; 58-52 Fury)Round 5: Fury rocks Wilder with a devastating right. That shot did damage and momentarily wobbled “The Bronze Bomber.” Wilder is in rough shape early on. When Fury isn’t hitting him, he’s leaning on him. Fury drops Wilder again! This time it’s with a left to the body.WILDER IS DOWN AGAIN 😳Stream #WilderFury2 on ESPN+ ➡️ https://t.co/T5DcIJNxFd pic.twitter.com/Y5UyGDAwbc— ESPN (@espn) February 23, 2020Wilder beats the count but does not look stable on his feet. Now, a right hand hurts him. Fury is all over Wilder, head-hunting. Blood leaking from Wilder’s mouth. Fury is just weighing on him. Another big right lands for Fury. Fury gets a point deducted for seemingly not following the ref’s instruction, but he’s dominating the WBC champ. (9-8 Fury, 48-44 Fury)12:30 a.m.: Wilder is being dominated by Fury here.Round 4: Wilder slips in the first minute of the round. He’s up, but you could see the effect that a heavier Fury is having. Wilder looks to be on unsteady legs and Fury is leaning on him, making it all the more difficult. Fury has been a man of his word as the aggressor, but he still needs to watch out for that big right hand from Wilder. Fury with an overhand right that lands near Wilder’s temple. Wilder goes for a right hand, but just grazes Fury. (10-9 Fury, 39-36 Fury)Round 3: Fury lands a big shot in the first minute of the frame. Fury swings and misses on a big right seconds later. Fury doing a good job of staying close to Wilder this round. Fury unloads body shots to the ribs in the clinch. Fury drops Wilder! Whoa! Wilder is up and Fury rushes him. He’s going for the knockout! Wilder is down again! But it’s ruled a slip. Wow! Bell tolls. Fury dropped Wilder with a left hook-right hand combo. Oh, my! (10-8 Fury, 29-27 Fury)FURY FLOORS WILDER 😱Stream #WilderFury2 on ESPN+ ▶️ https://t.co/mqDaw58TJa pic.twitter.com/TZZuYqEfPN— ESPN (@espn) February 23, 2020Round 2: Wilder uses his full reach to smack Fury with that right hand. Fury eats the punch well, possibly showing the benefits of coming in at 273 pounds. Fury buries a left hand in Wilder’s midsection moments later. Both swing, but Fury gets the better of the exchange with a left. Wilder with a left that lands flush now. Strong right hand from Fury. Overhand right that lands for Wilder. They fight to the bell. (10-9 Wilder, 19-19)Round 1: Fury comes out and is living up to his word by walking Wilder down. Fury throws a big right hand, but Wilder rolls with it and moves out the way. Now, Wilder with a right that does touch Fury, but not with full force. The “Gypsy King” drills a straight right hand that connects with Wilder’s face, driving his head back. Wilder is being as patient as he was in November in his rematch against Luis Ortiz. He swings and misses on a big right hand. Fury pops Wilder back in the final 10 seconds with a stinging left jab. (10-9 Fury)Fury snaps Wilder’s head back with the jab 🥊Stream #WilderFury2 on ESPN+ ➡️ https://t.co/T5DcIJNxFd(via @ESPNRingside ) pic.twitter.com/RE4WFaOq2V— ESPN (@espn) February 23, 202012:12 a.m.: Referee Kenny Bayless giving final instructions, while both champs stare each other down. Fury hesitates before touching ’em up. Here we go!12:11 a.m.: Wilder introduced first, and now Fury.12:08 a.m.: The entrances are done, both fighters are in the ring and Jimmy Lennon Jr. is making ring introductions.12:05 a.m.: Here comes Deontay Wilder honoring Black History Month with his entrance. This is moving. He’s decked out in all black, including a mask. All custom. Beautiful.The Bronze Bomber is seeing red before #WilderFury2Stream #WilderFury2 on ESPN+ ▶️ https://t.co/mqDaw5quAI pic.twitter.com/NTxf4xZ9PC— ESPN (@espn) February 23, 2020Midnight: He’s singing along with the tune as he steps off the throne and into the ring. What a dramatic entrance. Only the “Gypsy King.” Only the “Gypsy King,” I tell ya.11:58 p.m.: Plot twist. Fury stops. The lights go out and he’s being carried to the ring on a throne to Patsy Cline’s “Crazy.” This is pure theater.THE GYPSY KING ON HIS THRONE! 👑Stream #WilderFury2 on ESPN+ ➡️ https://t.co/mqDaw58TJa pic.twitter.com/suqSwK9kaG— ESPN (@espn) February 23, 202011:56 p.m.: Here comes the “Gypsy King” dressed, well … like a king. Fury, donning a king’s robe and crown, sauntering to the ring, looking every bit the showman he is ahead of the biggest fight of his career.11:55 p.m.: During prefight interviews backstage, both Wilder and Fury are doubling down on vows to knock each other out. Ring walks are next.11:45 p.m.: Cameras cut to Fury and his camp having a team prayer backstage. Will the “Gypsy King” box his way to victory or will “The Bronze Bomber” detonate that massive right hand for a KO? We’re about to find out! National anthems going on now.11:40 p.m.: Before Wilder and Fury make their ring walks, the PPV is taking the time out to honor boxing legends Lennox Lewis, Evander Holyfield and Mike Tyson — all getting roaring applause from the capacity crowd at MGM Grand Garden Arena. Legends deserve their roses while they’re alive to smell them. Special moment, especially considering all the boxing history these three share.HEAVYWEIGHT LORE! 🐐🐐🐐 @LennoxLewis , @holyfield and @MikeTyson are celebrated before #WilderFury2 .Buy the PPV: https://t.co/auWEj0uOn9 pic.twitter.com/o6Ov9ztVus— FOX Sports: PBC (@PBConFOX) February 23, 202011:35 p.m.: For the first time in boxing history, two undefeated world champions are about to step into the ring for a rematch. Fury is the lineal titleholder. Wilder is the reigning WBC heavyweight champ, seeking his 11th straight title defense.. @BronzeBomber is ready to drop 💣’s!ORDER #WilderFury2 NOW: https://t.co/0Z5dXS9T5c pic.twitter.com/ET0wetdKDk— PBC (@premierboxing) February 23, 2020But first, a very special ceremony including boxing legend “Iron” Mike Tyson.Co-main event: Charles Martin blasts Gerald Washington with sixth-round KO; heavyweights11:30 p.m.: Martin is winning this fight through five rounds, but he has yet to do something emphatic enough to really impress. And right when I say that, Martin unleashes a big overhand left that crashes across Washington’s jaw and Washington is down with a thud! Washington beats the count, but the ref doesn’t see enough alertness from the 36-year-old and ends the bout.IT’S OVER! 💥 Charles Martin KO’s Gerald Washington in Round 6!Buy #WilderFury2 on PPV: https://t.co/auWEj0uOn9 pic.twitter.com/g9kmc5nYCF— FOX Sports: PBC (@PBConFOX) February 23, 202011:23 p.m.: Both Martin and Washington exchange punches during the waning seconds of the fourth round. 11 p.m.: Charles Martin vs. Gerald Washington in heavyweight action is up next.Emanuel Navarrete pummels Jeo Santisima for 11th-round TKO, makes fifth straight defense of WBO junior featherweight title10:58 p.m.: Navarrete with constant pressure, rocking Santisima with one unanswered shot after another. It’s only a matter of time now. And that’s it! The ref ends it, giving Navarrete his fifth straight title defense. Too much punching volume from “The Mexican Iron Man.” Santisima had a good effort, but didn’t have the firepower needed. The champ landed 57 of 77 power shots in that decisive 11th round.#PhotoOfTheFight – All @vaqueronavarre1 does is throw endless waves of punches. And it gets the job done again. #WilderFury2 | @GEICO pic.twitter.com/wvR8dVFWkU— Top Rank Boxing (@trboxing) February 23, 202010:20 p.m.: Emanuel Navarrete is taking it to Jeo Santisima with relentless punching.Sebastian Fundora def. Daniel Lewis via unanimous decision; junior middleweights9:51 p.m.: Yup, there it is, as Fundora wins by unanimous decision (97-93, 98-92, 99-91). He remains undefeated, but he didn’t look like the “Towering Inferno” as advertised. Fundora learning to use his size behind the jab would be a force. Not to make any excuses, but Fundora does say that he was battling the flu all week.9:50 p.m.: The final bell just tolled on this 10-round fight to open this PPV. Fundora should win, but at 6-6, he needs to learn how to assert his size advantage that he’ll have against seemingly every junior middleweight.9:30 p.m.: ESPN has a split screen of Wilder still entering the MGM Grand and the Fundora-Lewis fight, which is in the sixth round. Of course, more eyes are on “The Bronze Bomber,” who is deliberate and focused as can be in his walk. ESPN’s announcers just teased that Wilder will be making an unbelievable entrance tonight and one dedicated to a special somebody. Let’s see how that plays out later.@BronzeBomber makes his way to the MGM to fight @Tyson_Fury pic.twitter.com/zPnwznwi4f— Marcos Villegas (@heyitsmarcosv) February 23, 20209:25 p.m.: Wrestling royalty in the house as Triple H and his wife, Stephanie McMahon, are on hand to support Fury, who had quite the WWE debut last fall.’The Game’ @TripleH and @StephMcMahon arrive at the @MGMGrand for #WilderFury2 . pic.twitter.com/sQdi8POrkj— WWE on FOX (@WWEonFOX) February 23, 2020Cameras also cut to Wilder, who has left his suite and is making his way through the casino and into the arena. Wilder is actually walking behind the back kitchen of the MGM Grand to avoid a crowd.9:20 p.m.: Despite his height and reach, Fundora hasn’t been able to assert his jab with any rhythm. Through three rounds, Lewis has been the aggressor.9:13 p.m.: Cameras just cut to Tyson Fury arriving at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. He’s rocking one of his custom suits — this one covered with images of him celebrating his November 2015 victory over Wladimir Klitschko. Only the “Gypsy King” could pull that off.The Gypsy King has arrived!Buy #WilderFury2 : https://t.co/auWEj0MpeH pic.twitter.com/ZtUU5FlLq2— FOX Sports: PBC (@PBConFOX) February 23, 20209:05 p.m.: This main card begins with Sebastian Fundora vs. Daniel Lewis in junior middleweight action. Man, is Fundora a tall 154-pounder, as he stands 6-6 with an 80-inch reach. This is his pay-per-view debut.9 p.m.: All systems go for this main card, which is just about to launch.8:30 p.m.: Petros Ananyan came roaring back to defeat Subriel Matias 96-93, 95-94, 95-94 for the unanimous decision. Check out the action from the pivotal seventh round.Ananyan rocks Matias in RD7, sending him stumbling and is saved by the bell. #AnanyanMatiasDon’t wait, order #WilderFury2 now: https://t.co/0Z5dXSrutM pic.twitter.com/jj4XM3u3Kt— PBC (@premierboxing) February 23, 20208 p.m.: Welcome to Sporting News’ live blog for the Deontay Wilder-Tyson Fury 2 card. We’re still in undercard action; Subriel Matias is giving Petros Ananyan the business. Subriel Matias and Petros Ananyan let their hands go as RD4 comes to a close.Don’t wait, order Wilder vs Fury 2 now: https://t.co/0Z5dXSrutM pic.twitter.com/KuEfpnqMcP— PBC (@premierboxing) February 23, 2020The main card is an hour away. Keep it locked here tonight for live updates, fight results and highlights for what’s sure to be a memorable event.