The huge event Premier Boxing Champions Wilder vs Helenius will take place on Saturday, October 15.
Deontay Wilder hasn’t gone into a boxing ring in almost 1,000 days to face anyone other than Tyson Fury. When he fights Robert Helenius at Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Saturday, the former WBC heavyweight champion hopes to move past the Fury drama.
Although Wilder had a record of 42 wins and 41 knockouts, he was defeated by the fighter known as the “Gypsy King.”
On Saturday night, he will go up against Robert Helenius of Finland, who comes into the match with a record of 31-3.
After momentarily contemplating retirement, Wilder is looking to continue his boxing career and will be the heavy favourite despite the recent difficulties he has been having.
Wilder vs Helenius Date and start time
This heavyweight fight will take place on Saturday, October 15, consisting of 12 rounds.
It will take place in the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, which is located in the borough of New York City.
It is anticipated that the ring walk times for the main event will occur around 4 am UK time.
TV channel and live stream information for the Wilder vs Helenius fight
In the United Kingdom, viewers can watch the fight live on FITE TV PPV.
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The event will cost you £12.99, and you can watch it live via the FIFT TV app, which can be downloaded into your mobile or tablet device.
Pay-per-view coverage of the tournament will be provided by FOX Sports PBC in the United States.
All details about Wilder vs Helenius
- Date: Saturday, October 15.
- Main card: 9 p.m. ET / 2 a.m. GMT
- Ring walks for the main event will begin at approximately 12 am. ET / 5 a.m. GMT.
- The event will be held at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
- Live Broadcast: FoxPPV (try it free)
The main card is slated to begin at 9 pm Eastern Time (ET), which corresponds to 2 am GMT, while the ring walks for the main event is scheduled for 12 am. ET, which corresponds to 5 am GMT. These timings are subject to change when live fight nights are held.
Wilder vs Helenius Preview
On October 15, the former WBC Heavyweight World Champion and boxing superstar Deontay “The Bronze Bomber” Wilder will square off against the undisputed number one ranked boxer Robert “The Nordic Nightmare” Helenius in a ferocious 12-round fight in Brooklyn. The fight will take place between two of the sport’s most fearsome punchers.
In the heavyweight bout, undefeated Cuban prodigy Frank Sanchez will take on Puerto Rican Olympian Carlos Negron over the course of 10 rounds. In the bantamweight bout, top contenders Gary Antonio Russell and Emmanuel Rodriguez will engage in a rematch over the course of 12 rounds.
Caleb “Sweethands” Plant, a previous champion at 168 pounds for the IBF Super Middleweight Championship, will meet Anthony “The Dog” Dirrell, a two-time champion at 168 pounds for the WBC Super Middleweight Championship. This highly anticipated 12-round fight will take place in the co-main event.
Wilder vs Helenius Fight Card
Eliminator fight for the WBC heavyweight belt between Deontay Wilder and Robert Helenius
Caleb Plant takes on Anthony Dirrell in an elimination bout for the WBC Super Middleweight belt.
Frank Sanchez vs. Carlos Negron; Heavyweights
A rematch between Gary Antonio Russell and Emmanuel Rodriguez; the bantamweight division
Wilder vs Helenius Prediction
Helenius’s two victories over Kownacki have made for an exciting story. He was considered a heavyweight contender before setback after setback caused the boxing world to write him off. However, the excellent fighter would always exploit Kownacki’s fan-friendly style. Helenius was someone with the reach and patience to find enough clean strikes to finish Kownacki before the steady barrage of punches and pressure overwhelmed him, as it always did.
Wilder is a huge puncher, but he isn’t a daring boxer. Wilder is sometimes too afraid to let go, hunting for the perfect photo. That works well because a perfect Wilder shot will take out almost any man on earth. However, in a bout like his rematch with Luis Ortiz, Wilder can waste rounds by remaining inactive in search of that one punch. That punch came against Ortiz, as it almost always does.
If Wilder is not available, Helenius will work. He is an aggressive, tall, and powerful fighter. But he’s also been knocked out by Gerald Washington and Johann Duhaupas, two boxers with fewer knockouts combined than Wilder. Wilder’s right hand will land eventually, no matter how many early rounds Helenius can tuck away, and Helenius will be unable to stand up to it. Deontay Wilder via KO4 is my pick.