Yes, you can watch Fury vs. Wilder without cable since we live in a modern world where almost everything in terms of digitalization is possible. And all this is because of advancements in technologies.
Let’s look at the available options for watching boxing without cable.
- Showtime Anytime
Showtime is available on mobile devices as well as on smart TVs, and it’s free for current customers. But, for new customers, they will need to pay a monthly subscription of $10.99.
- Sling TV
Sling TV package that will feature the live boxing events goes for $25 per month. It allows its users to customize the channels and display to match what they want to watch through the live coverage.
- AT&T Now
Formerly known as DirecTV Now comes with a package that gives you access to hundreds of movies and TV shows, news, and other sports events around the world. You only need to pay a monthly fee of $35.
- Hulu TV
Hulu TV goes for $44.99 per month, and this fee includes rentals, equipment installation, and other services that you can check on their official website. You can be following on other sports or watch movies or TV shows as you wait for the anticipated rematch on Feb 2020.
- PlayStation Vue
PlayStation Vue is a Sony product, and with a subscription of $44.99 per month, you can access ESPN, FOX, and other premium sports channels.
- YouTube TV
YouTube TV is the best option for boxing fans who want to watch as well as record the event for later. Also, you can use it up to 6 devices, and the payment plan is $49.99 per month.
You don’t need any wires or satellite dishes to watch boxing online, and the only item required is a stable internet connection that will make it easier for you to watch the fight at the comfort of your home or on your mobile device.