Most of us won’t be attending the rematch of Wilder vs. Fury next year 2020, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t watch the online live stream.
There are many options for watching boxing online from selected broadcasts such as the Fox Sports PPV for those in the US and BT Sport Box Office (PPV) for those in the UK. Boxing fans in other parts of the world can watch boxing online through social media accounts or use a VPN to bypass the geo-restriction of streaming sites like the ShowTime.
With that said, let’s look at some of the ways of watching boxing online in 4k transmission.
You will need to pay a monthly subscription of about $50 to access the YouTube TV live events such as the Wilder vs. Fury 2. It’s the latest streaming platform that is now providing a 4k Ultra HD option that can be selected by checking the quality option of each video.
BT Sports Ultra HD
This is another option of watching boxing in 4k stream, especially if you’re in the UK. It focuses mostly on Football, but who knows, maybe next year by the time the rematch is happening, they will have released the option of watching Fury vs. Wilder live online in 4k.
We would recommend DAZN as the best option of watching boxing online in 4k. You will need to pay an annual subscription fee of $99 or a monthly one for $19.99. Once you subscribe to DAZN, then you can use its available streaming options that include mobile devices, game consoles, and other TV streaming devices.
Just because you won’t attend Fury vs. Wilder 2 in Las Vegas, it doesn’t mean that you can’t take advantage of streaming the match in the best and clear transmission of 4k.