Tyson Fury vs Tom Schwarz weigh-in: When is it? How to watch? And Gypsy King’s weight in previous fights
Tyson Fury and Tom Schwarz will have their final meeting ahead of their Las Vegas heavyweight clash when they hit the scales this Friday for their weigh-in.
The Gyspy King’s battle with depression after his victory against Wladimir Kltchsko saw Fury gain 10st 13lb (154lbs) in weight as the British boxer was making frequent use of cocaine and marathon drinking.
Fury managed to overcome his demons and returned to the ring mid-2018 and made an astonishing 8st 12lb weight loss for his very first fight back. He would then have another fight before facing Deontay Wilder for the WBC heavyweight belt that year.
Sportsmail provides you with all the details you need to know for Fury vs Schwarz including date, time and how much weight has Fury lost since his 2018 return to boxing.
Tyson Fury steps into the ring the fourth time since his ring return in June 2018
When is it?
Tyson Fury and Tom Schwarz will weigh-in for their heavyweight clash on Friday, June 14 in Las Vegas.
What time is it?
UK viewers can catch live updates of Fury vs Scharz weigh-in from 10pm BST.
American viewers will able to catch the action from 2pm (PST)/7pm EST.
How can I watch Fury vs Schwarz weigh-in?
BT Sport will be showing the weigh-in live on their YouTube channel from 10pm BST onwards.
How much has Tyson Fury weighed-in his previous fights?
Tyson Fury ballooned to more than 400lbs, a staggering 28st 7lbs during his break from the boxing ring. His transformation back to a lean, mean boxing machine has been astonishing after battling with depression following his victory over Wladimir Klitschko.
In Fury’s first fight back he weighed 19st 10lbs (276lbs) with a 9-inch height advantage over his opponent Sefer Seferi who weigh-in at 15st 2oz. His second bout several months later saw him drop another 18lbs to weigh-in at 18st 6lb (258lbs) against Francesco Pianeta.
For Gypsy King’s third and toughest fight he weighed-in at 18st 4lbs which was 54lbs heavier than WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder who he challenged for the belt within six months of his first fight back.