Yes, it’s actually possible to watch Wilder fight without cable, and we are going to look at some of the options available.
Before we dive in, let’s touch a bit on the anticipated rematch on 22nd February 2020, at the MGM Grand, Las Vegas. Wilder (42-0-1) will be fighting Fury (29-0-1) to defend his WBC title once again after the first fight in December 2018, ended in a split-decision draw.
Here is how to watch Wilder vs. Fury 2 without cable.
- AT&T NOW (Formerly known as DirecTV NOW)
By just paying about $35 per month, you can access many shows and movies as you wait for the Wilder vs. Fury 2 on Feb 2020. You can also link it with other devices you may have such as Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Roku TV, Apple TV, and also works on android and tablets.
- Sling TV
Sling TV is the best option that you can customize channels to fit your taste as you wait for the rematch between Wilder vs. Fury. You’ll need to pay a monthly subscription fee of $25.
- Hulu TV
With about $45 per month, you can access all the benefits that come with Hulu TV, and they include rentals and equipment installation.
- YouTube TV
YouTube TV is an excellent choice for boxing fans looking to watch the rematch and record it for later. It’s accessible to mobile devices, laptops, smart TV, and many other devices for about $50 per month.
- Showtime Anywhere
You can live stream the fight via Showtime site or app for free for existing customers, while new users are required to pay about $11 per month.
Be prepared by purchasing the subscription of any of the above options, and if you’re in an unsupported country, then you can use the services of a VPN to bypass the location restrictions.