Watching Tyson Fury vs. Francis Ngannou won't come at an additional cost for fight enthusiasts compared to a standard UFC pay-per-view event.
Top Rank revealed on Tuesday that the highly-anticipated event, featuring a heavyweight boxing clash between WBC champion Fury and former UFC champion Ngannou, will be available for $79.99 on ESPN+ and all other pay-per-view platforms.
This pricing aligns with what UFC fans have paid for premium numbered events on ESPN+ throughout this year, commencing with UFC 283.
The Fury vs. Ngannou bout is set for 10 rounds as a fully professional boxing match, although Fury's WBC heavyweight title will not be at stake.
Fury has yet to step into the ring in 2023, with his last title defense occurring in December 2022, resulting in a TKO victory over Derek Chisora in London. In contrast, Ngannou, making his boxing debut, has been active since his unanimous decision win over Ciryl Gane in January 2022, successfully defending his UFC heavyweight title.
Earlier this year, Ngannou parted ways with the UFC and joined the Professional Fighters League (PFL), a move that provided him the flexibility to pursue boxing—an option not available during his tenure with the UFC.