Misfits Prime Card: Venue, fight card, how to watch KSI-Fury and Paul-Danis fight?

This weekend, all the beef that has been circulating on social media within the influencer boxing scene will be settled in the ring. The biggest crossover boxing card of the year will be featured on the DAZNxMisfits series, and the card is stacked from the prelims to the main event.

The buildup to this fight has been bigger than ever, from the open media workouts to the press conference and weigh-ins. The feud between KSI vs Tommy Fury and Logan Paul vs Dillion Danis will be settled.

What Misfits Prime Card venue & date?

The Misfits Prime card is going to be taking place this Saturday when the card is going to be taking place. The fight is going to be taking place in the Manchester Arena, which is also home soil for Tommy fury, who is headlining the event along side KSI.

The card, which going to have massive artists on it, is said to start around 5pm BST.

Full Fight card for MF & DAZN: X Series 10: Prime Card

The misfits card, the biggest boxing card of the year, is going to feature some of the biggest names in the crossover scene. The main event features two fights, KSI vs Tommy as well as Dillon Danis vs Logan Paul.

The card features massive names and exciting matchups, including Salt Papi vs. Slim, King Kenny vs. Anthony ‘Pretty Boy’ Taylor, and the highly anticipated People’s Main Event, Deen ‘The Great’ vs. Walid ‘Sharks 2.’ The card also includes the Brazilian superstar Nunez, who will face off against My Mate Nate. Both of these fighters previously suffered losses to King Kenny in the Kingpyn promotion. Additionally, the card includes the Misfits fan favorite, Penada.

How to watch KSI vs Tommy Fury and Logan Paul vs Dillon Danis fight?

Misfits have formed an alliance with DAZN, and the main card will also be available on the platform. This event will be a pay-per-view fight, and the PPV pricing is exceptionally affordable in India, with the cost being only 445 rupees.

The fight is also going to be shown on ESPN+. Viewers can now go to the ESPN+ site and buy the pay-per-view from there as well. The weigh-in and the prelim fights are also going to be on display there.

Are you excited to watch the prime card as well. Do tune in.


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