How to watch Tyson Fury vs Sefer Seferi online anywhere



Chris, a UK-born media connoisseur, is an expert in watching international TV. Known as "The Global Screen Wanderer", he has travelled extensively across the globe with long stints away from home. With over 10 years of experience he has become the go-to guru for streaming content from home and abroad.

Tyson Fury is back in the ring this weekend and takes on Sefer Seferi. In this guide I’m going to show you how you can watch the entire fight and others from the same night anywhere in the world.

Depending on where you live in the world depends on who is showing the Tyson Fury fight. Some countries have no access whatsoever and others only have limited coverage reserved for cable networks you might not have access to.

So what can you do if there are no legitimate streams of the fight available? Many people turn to sketchy illegal streams but these are risky due to malware and viruses. Not to mention they’re also illegal so could get you into a whole heap of trouble and fines.

Below I’m going to show you how you can watch live on an official stream from anywhere in the world.

Watch Tyson Fury vs Sefer Seferi

The Fury vs Seferi fight is taking place in the UK and as such in the UK the rights to show the fight are reserved for the cable network BT Sport.

In other countries it’s much the same but in Russia the fight is being shown completely for free by the MatchTV! network. They also have an online streaming service allowing you to watch the Fury vs Seferi fight live online.

However, before you go off visiting the MatchTV! website you’re going to need an additional app called a VPN. Without a VPN you’ll be blocked from watching because you’re not in Russia. With a VPN you can change your location so you appear as if you are in Russia.

A VPN is a privacy tool to help protect your online security. They’re 100% legal in almost every country in the world. Part of their function is to help disguise your location.

A VPN will cost you a couple of US$ per month but you’ll only need a 1-month account if you just want to watch the Fury comeback against Seferi. You can use the service to watch other boxing and sports events such as the World Cup.

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How to watch Fury vs Seferi Step-by-Step

To watch the Fury vs Seferi fight you’ll need to get yourself a VPN app. These are sold by hundreds of companies. Not all are suitable for watching the fight though because they don’t offer a Russian connection.

Three that are suitable and I recommend are:

  1. NordVPN Recommended by our readers.
  2. ExpressVPN
  3. VyprVPN

You should choose one of the three providers above as they all work fine. I’m using NordVPN so follow the steps below to watch the Fury vs Seferi fight. The steps are almost identical with the other providers too.

  1. Visit your chosen VPN provider, for example NordVPN by clicking here and sign up for their service.
  2. Once you’ve signed up go to the VPN Apps section of the NordVPN website and download the correct app for your device type. They support Android and Apple iOS and Windows and Mac devices.NordVPN Apps Menu
  3. Install the app and then open it. When required login with the account details you created when you signed up.
  4. On the world map locate and click on Russia. You can also press Countries and find Russia in the list.
  5. The desktop app should automatically connect for you, on the mobile app you will need to press the Connect button.

NordVPN Russia

It doesn’t take long for the NordVPN app to connect and once it’s done so, it will let you know.

When it’s connected you should open a web browser on your device and visit the MatchTV Website.

You can now watch the entire Tyson Fury vs Sefer Seferi fight live online from anywhere in the world. You can also watch some of the other fights at the same event such as Terry Flanagan vs. Maurice Hooker.

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When is the Tyson Fury vs Sefer Seferi fight shown

The Fury vs Seferi fight takes place on Saturday, 9th June 2018.

Live coverage is expected to start from 9:55 pm BST (British Summer Time) and you’ll be able to watch live from then. If you’re in another country take a look at the times in your country below.

  • Los Angeles, USA @ 1:55 pm
  • Texas, USA @ 3:55 pm
  • New York, USA @ 4:55 pm
  • Spain @ 10:55 pm
  • Dubai, UAE @ 12:55 am (10th)
  • Bangkok, Thailand @ 3:55 am (10th)
  • Sydney, Australia @ 6:55 am (10th)
  • Auckland, New Zealand @ 8:55 am (10th)

For other countries and time zones you should consult TheTimeZoneConverter.

The Tyson Fury vs Sefer Seferi fight takes place in Manchester, England at the Manchester Area. The fight promoted by well-known Frank Warren has been advertising Fury as the “real heavyweight champion of the world”.

Fury last fought in November 2015 in one of the biggest fights of the century ending Wladimir Klitschko’s 10 year reign as heavyweight champion. Although since then Fury has been concentrating on his mental health, and more recently getting fit to step back in the ring.

The Seferi fight is aimed at easing Fury back into boxing with greater challengers such as Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder on his mind.

Before he moves up a gear he must prove himself against Albanian Seferi. With a 23-1 record, Seferi won’t be the pushover anyone expects him to be.

Recap How to watch Fury vs Seferi anywhere

To watch the Tyson Fury vs Sefer Seferi fight online without a cable subscription you’ll need to get yourself a VPN app.

A VPN will allow you to watch live on the official Russian stream of the fight. It will allow you to watch from any country in the world on any device and there are no subscription charges for the fight itself.

I recommend using NordVPN which you can get by clicking the button below but there are other VPN providers which are suitable and I’ve listed them earlier in this guide.

Once you’ve signed up for a VPN, download their app, connect to Russia and then you can watch the fight live on MatchTV!

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Will you be watching the fight and if so where from? Do you think Fury will take this or will his comeback be quickly squashed by the Albanian? Finally, is Seferi a decent enough opponent for Fury to come back against? I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comment section below.

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