Their first bout ended in a draw, leaving boxing fans around the world licking their lips at the prospect of another fight.And the wait is nearly over. In the build-up, both fighters have been jousting with their mouths. Wilder argues Fury doesn’t have the power to knock him out.He said: “I still think Tyson had a pillow as a fist but he’s a skilful fighter though. But you can’t have it all, people say I don’t have skills but I have the punch.”That’s what I felt at the time (pillow as a fist).”It’s an adrenaline rush in the ring, we’re all brave warriors, we’re all gladiators and that’s what we become in order to fight and give you guys the best show of your lives.”In the UK, this bout will be on BT Sport Box Office costing viewers £24.95. Here is what we do know about where BT Sport Box Office is accessible on different platformsyou can watch the fight, after paying, Wilder Fury 2 live streaming on the BT Sport Box Office app or online. When purchased, the fight can be watched on PC/Mac, iOS and Android.Alternatively, follow all the action here with Telegraph Sport throughout the night.What are both fighters saying?Fury:“Deontay’s got amazing power and no matter what it comes to, verbal blows or anything, you always have to respect him.”He’s 10 defences, beaten Lennox Lewis and Mike Tyson and all these guys’ record defending the belt and he’s done a fantastic job here in the United States,holding his title and defending it regularly so congratulations to the guy.”I’ve got nothing – I can’t take anything from him. He’s a great puncher and he gets the job done.”Wilder:“Of course I can win a fight on the scorecards. Anything is possible in boxing. I’m not worried about my boxing IQ or my level of skill. I’m very confident in what I do and say and that makes me who I am,” said Wilder.“That’s why I’m still undefeated, and every fighter has tasted the canvas. You’re witnessing history.”In that time Davison helped mastermind Fury’s return from depression and obesity to the summit of the heavyweight division; one of the reasons the pair have remained close despite parting company, and why Davison will be in attendance in Las Vegas this weekend.Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury fought to a split-decision draw on Saturday night here in Los Angeles, with the Alabaman retaining his WBC heavyweight title for an eighth time after knocking down his British challenger twice.But it was a dramatic contest, and a bewildering performance from the self-proclaimed Gypsy King, whose movement and footwork -slipping and sliding – allowed him to win most of the rounds. But when Wilder landed, he was dangerous, flooring Fury in the ninth and 12th rounds.Fury did well to recover from the second knockdown as Jack Reiss counted him. Somehow, Fury got back to his feet and even had an exhausted Wilder in trouble.Judge Robert Tapper scored the fight 114-112 for Fury, while Alejandro Rochin favored Wilder Fury streaming Wilder 115-111. Judge Phil Edwards, the only British judge, scored it a 113-113 draw.Your correspondent had the contest by three rounds to Fury, who comprehensively outboxed Wilder to show that he is the most skilled heavyweight on the planet, and a showman.What are they saying? Deontay Wilder after beating Luis Oritz last month“I tell people all the time my intellect is very high in the ring so I know exactly what I’m doing,” Wilder, 34, told Sky Sports.”I had to calculate Ortiz perfectly, he’s very dangerous in that ring as you can see, that’s why no other heavyweightwanted to give him the opportunity. He’s very smart”Once I got him I set him up and that was the shot. I always say these guys have to be perfect for 12 rounds, I only have to be perfect for two seconds and each and every time I’ve proved that.”Tyson Fury is definitely next and then after that I want a unification bout with whoever wins between (Anthony) Joshua and (Andy) Ruiz Jr.”Right now we’re ready for Tyson Fury. Hopefully he’s ready for me, I know his trainer’s here so I hope he got some notes down. I’m ready to go at any give time and any given moment and February is looking like our time.”What is the latest news?Attentions will turn to Wilder v Fury 2 after this week’s fight between Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz Jr. The winner will likely take on Wilder or Fury later in 2020. Details of Wilder and Fury’s rematch could be announced in the days to come.