Several pubs in Morecambe and Lancaster will be showing Saturday night’s big fight – with some charging for admission.
The Ranch House Bar on Marine Road West will screen the historic World Heavyweight Championship bout and has sold out at £2.50 per ticket including the first pint free.
Rob Ellershaw, landlord of the Ranch, said: “There has been so much demand for the fight.”
The Bull Hotel on Lines Street in Morecambe will be showing the fight for free.
Morecambe Cricket Club will screen the bout too, with free admission, with hot food on sale.
In Lancaster, The Brown Cow on Penny Street will be screening Fury vs Klitschko, while Squires on Church Street will be charging £5 admission from 8pm onwards for those wanting to see Tyson and Wladimir duke it out. There will be no admission once the fight is under way.
If you’d like to watch the fight in the comfort of your own home, Sky subscribers can order for £16.95 up until midnight on Friday, November 27.
Thereafter it costs £16.95 across all ‘self-service’ bookings (remote and online) and £21.95 if booked via the phone (either IVR or agent) but note an additional £2 booking fee if via an agent still applies.
To order, go to www.sky.com/orderboxoffice or call 03442 410888, or order through your Sky remote control.
The main event is due to begin no earlier than 9.55pm UK time..
Challenger Fury is due in first followed by Klitschko in front of more than 40,000 fight fans at the ESPRIT arena in Dusseldorf, Germany.