Saturday, March 12, 2022

Watch stream Tszyu vs Gausha live Boxing AU 2022 March 16th

As revealed earlier this month, WBO mandatory super welterweight challenger Tim Tszyu will headline a March 26th Showtime tripleheader against Terrell Gausha at The Armory in Minneapolis.

Tszyu’s (20-0, 15 KO) fight with Gausha (22-2-1, 11 KO) will proceed as planned, as will Michel Rivera’s (22-0, 14 KO) catchweight battle with the freefalling Joseph Adorno (14-0-2, 12 KO). One adjustment from the original lineup has been made, however; Yoelvis Gomez was forced out of his planned bout with Jorge Cota, so Elvis Rodriguez (12-1-1, 11 KO) will open the show against Juan Jose Velasco (23-2, 14 KO). Rodriguez bounced back from an upset loss to Kenneth Sims Jr. by knocking out unbeaten Juan Pablo Romero in November, while Velasco is 3-0 since consecutive knockout losses to Regis Prograis and Mario Barrios. Tszyu vs Gausha live

It’s a very solid lineup that’s presently running unopposed; the other major shows on that date, Martinez-Warrington 2 and Riakoprhe-Jumah, both air during British primetime.

“I’m very excited to be fighting in the U.S., especially on SHOWTIME, where my dad was featured for most of his career,” said Tszyu. “I’m proud and excited to continue on the Tszyu name with SHOWTIME. Once I take care of Gausha, I will be coming for the title.”

“I’ve been ready for this fight for a long time,” said Gausha. “I came into this game to be a world champion and fight the best. I expect Tim to come in great shape and I’ll also come in my best shape to put on a great fight for the fans. My coaches are getting me prepared perfectly for the kind of fight I need to put on so that I can leave the ring victorious.”

“This is a great opportunity for me to display my talents once again against a high-quality opponent in Joseph Adorno,” said Rivera. “I’m ready to take on anyone willing to challenge me until my time comes to fight for the world title. My goal is to be victorious on March 26 and then face Gervonta Davis for his title. With each fight I’m getting closer to reaching that goal. I can’t wait to show off all the hard work that I’ve put into this camp on fight night.”

“This fight is a chance for me to show my true talents,” said Adorno. “Not taking anything away from Rivera, but I know I’m going to be the better fighter on March 26. I’m working with a new trainer, Raúl ‘Chino’ Rivas, who has trained many talented fighters, and I’m ready to showcase myself at my very best. I’m more focused than ever and I’m not going to let this opportunity pass me by. Everybody better be ready for a show on March 26.”

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“March 26 is another step toward my world championship goal,” said Rodríguez. “I am fighting a tough veteran fighter who has faced top-level competition. I’ve stayed in camp through Christmas so that I can be 100% ready for this fight. Winning on March 26 means a lot for my career and I hope that a win will put me in contention for a title shot this year. I want to show the world that I’m ready for the big names in the division.”

“I’m very honored to be on a great card like this,” said Velasco. “This is actually the second time that I’ve been preparing to face Rodríguez, so I know what I’m up against. He’s going to come into the right at 100%, just like I will. May the best man win on March 26.”

The 2012 U.S. Olympian has made changes outside of the ring that are manifesting in it. He plans to show all versus former world champion Austin Trout in a 154-pound showdown this Saturday on FS1.

There was nothing subtle about it. It was like a splash of cold water in the face that makes every nerve, every fiber tingle.

Terrell Gausha had to make changes. The kind of seismic adjustments he knew must be made to place him on the pantheon he always felt he belonged on ever since he left the badlands on the east side of Cleveland.

Gausha, a former 2012 U.S. Olympian and two-time national amateur boxing champion, needed the Erislandy Lara loss in 2017 to shock his senses.

“No one wants to lose, but losing to Lara, that woke me up,” Gausha said.

 He eats better, he trains better, and he lives better.

This Saturday, May 25, Gausha is looking for his boxing transformation to take another step when he battles former WBA super welterweight champ Austin Trout (31-5, 17 KOs). The 10-round super welter main event on the Premier Boxing Champions card from the Beau Rivage Resort and Casino, in Biloxi, Mississippi, will be televised live on Fox Sports 1 and Fox Deportes (8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT).

Gausha (21-1, 10 KOs) lost to Lara, then the WBA 154-pound champ, in October 2017. Since then, he has gotten married, and again found his passion for boxing.

“Terrell is a well-rounded boxer with a lot of talent, and that’s something I saw in Terrell from Day One,” said Manny Robles, Gausha’s trainer since he was an amateur. “Recently, there has been a big change in his personal life and his personality. That’s probably been the biggest change I saw. Once he got married, Terrell matured and his diet is better. She’s also been able to help him psychologically.

“What bothered Terrell is knowing that he is a much better boxer than what he showed against Lara. You don’t get angry about it; you address it and eliminate the mistakes. Terrell always had world-class ability.”

According to Robles, Gausha’s changes outside the ring are manifesting in it.

“We wanted to have him sit down more on his punches, and we’re seeing and getting more of that. The ability has been there. Then we fought Lara, who was one of the best 154-pounder out there at the time.

“We learned Terrell has to throw punches with more conviction. He had to commit more with his punches and combinations. We’re seeing that.”

Lara and Trout have similar characteristics. Both are southpaws. In fact, Trout will be the third-straight southpaw Gausha will fight.

“Austin has been in the ring against the best, but he, too, lost to Lara,” Robles said. “Trout has been there and done that, but just because he’s done that, doesn’t mean we’re looking past him.

Thursday, March 10, 2022

Tim Tszyu Vs Terrell Gausha Fight at Armory in Minneapolis

The undefeated Australian middleweight prospect Tim Tszyu will debut in America against Olympian Terrell Gausha on March 26, 2022 at the Armory in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

How To Watch Tim Tszyu Vs Terrell Gausha 2022 Fight | Live Online And Live Streams In Australia And UK

Tim Tszyu finally has the name, place, and date confirmed for his US debut after a rapid-fire lesson in the chaos of top-level international boxing.

Initially scheduled to fight Terrell Gausha in the co-main event of the Brian Castano-Jermell Charlo card on March 20 (AEDT) in Los Angeles, Tszyu will instead headline his own show against Gausha in Minneapolis on March 27.

“Finally,” a relieved Tszyu told on Thursday, before his brother Nikita’s professional debut, and after his own plans were locked in.

Tszyu last fought in November; a convincing decision victory over Takeshi Inoue cementing his place among the world’s elite, and elevating him to mandatory status for Castano’s WBO title.

But a Castano-Charlo sequel got in the way. And then, a Castano injury threw Tszyu’s US takeover into chaos as the super welterweight title rematch was scrapped.

Tszyu put up his hand to fight Charlo, but is happy to settle for Gausha on his own card, knowing a win would almost certainly mean a title shot next.

“I was ready to go,” Tszyu said. “But the boys are contracted to fight against each other. I guess for Charlo, he didn’t want to risk it. Big risk, not much of a reward-type fight.”

Tszyu’s Main Event journey began in 2019, and since, it’s been smooth sailing with the Aussie star becoming accustomed to plans being made around him.

His jump to international waters has been far choppier.

Not that he’s complaining.

“These things happen in boxing, it’s quite unpredictable,” he said. “But you just have to move on. And you know, at the end of the day, I haven’t achieved my status as a world champion, so I can’t be declaring dates and this, and that.

“I just have to go with the flow. It’s all part of the process and journey.”

Tszyu has been calling for an international fight ever since he dethroned Jeff Horn to become the face of Australian boxing.

“It’s time to go global,” Tszyu believes.

And yet, the 27-year-old can appreciate what the last two years — kept on Australian shores by COVID-19 — have allowed him to do.

“It’s been a blessing in disguise, because I’ve learned a lot in the last two years … [I’ve gotten] more experience, more ring time,” Tszyu explained.

“It’s all going to make me more dangerous when I fight there.”

Tszyu will jet to the US in the next week or so, with the full team, including brother Nikita who fights Thursday (AEDT) night.

Tszyu has had sparring help from Issac Hardman, Clay Waterman, and Jack Bowen.

But not his brother.

“We’ve done it once,” Tszyu said. “Our grandpa banned us.”

Saturday, June 19, 2021

Watch Tim Tszyu vs Michael Zerafa Live Stream free online tv - Tszyu vs Zerafa

It’s ON! Australia’s superstar boxer, Tim Tszyu returns to the Newcastle Entertainment Centre, to fight Victorian challenger, Michael Zerafa. ⁣⁣ Event Date – Wednesday 7 July 2021. Tszyu vs Zerafa live Stream. Tszyu Zerafa

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Tszyu vs Zerafa

Tim Tszyu v Michael Zerafa is the blockbuster mega-fight for super Welter Title boxing fight that is planned to take place on Wednesday, 7 July 2021 at Newcastle Entertainment Centre, Australia.

MIchael Zerafa has revealed more details about the mystery illness that threatened to cancel his blockbuster bout with Tim Tszyu in July. 

Promoters No Limit Boxing were left in the dark about Zerafa's condition for more than 24 hours, unsure whether Zerafa was injured or sick. 

Zerafa was scheduled to met Tszyu face-to-face for a series of promotional shoots and interviews on Wednesday, but those commitments have been postponed two weeks. 

The 29-year-old disclosed more details of his fight-threatening medical scare this weekend. 

"I came in for a normal training session and felt a little bit of a pain - a bit of a niggle and was just unsettled," Zerafa said. 

"I felt a little bit green, but finished the session.

"Later that night, I ended up just throwing up. I needed to go to the bathroom every two minutes and had pain.

"I just went to the hospital. I'm still waiting for results but they've said I've got an infection of either the kidney or bowel, or inflammation of the stomach. 

"I was in a ball that night, I couldn't be flying to Sydney to do press conferences and stuff when I'm in a condition like that. 

"The health comes first. I'm not shying away from any fight. If this happened to Tim, I would wish him nothing but a speedy recovery. 

"It is what it is."

With uncertainty swirling around Zerafa's health last week, social media was a hotbed of speculaion and rumour. 

Zerafa says he was disappointed to read some off the commentary around his illness.  

"I think Paul Gallen said it best at his press conference the other day - as adults, they just hide behind a keyboard," he said. 

"I'm just having a crack. 

"It's sad to see people not knowing what was actually wrong with me, but being so negative. 

"I could've died for all anyone knows and they were saying this and that, but you can't please everybody."

Zerafa most recently beat Anthony Mundine inside one round in March, after a 15-month hiatus due to COVID-19. 

Prior to that, he was beaten via a controversial majority decision opposite Jeff Horn in December 2019.  Tszyu Zerafa fight time

Tszyu has remained active, fighting three times in seven months, including stoppage wins over Horn, Bowyn Morgan and Dennis Hogan. 

Zerafa says he poses more of a threat than any of Tszyu's prior opponents. 

"He hasn't fought anyone like me and I've got a lot of things up my sleeve that I'm going to bring out on the night," he said. 

"I believe if we implement what we've been doing in training, there's a huge possibility I can stop him - I've got a lot of power.

"He's a tough opponent, he's doing great. It's going to be a good fight and the winner out of all this is Australian boxing." 

Zerafa was admitted to hospital early last week, with serious concerns around whether he would be fit enough to step into the ring on July 7 in Newcastle. 

Tszyu vs Zerafa live stream: how to watch in Australia

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Tim Tszyu v Michael Zerafa live stream: how to watch the New Zealand fight

Sky Sports is broadcasting Tim Tszyu v Michael Zerafa in New Zealand on Sky Sports 5 (channel 55). Coverage begins July 7th 2021 at 9 p.m. NZST with the main march scheduled for around 11:30 p.m.

Who is Tim Tszyu?

Timofei Konstantinovich Tszyu (26) is an Australian professional boxer who held the Australian light-middleweight title in 2019. He is the son of former world champion boxer Kostya Tszyu. Tim Tszyu’s record currently stands at 18-0-0(W-L-D). He is currently undefeated in a total of 18 contests.

Who is Michael Zerafa?

Michael Zerafa (29) is an Australian professional boxer who held the Commonwealth super-welterweight title in 2018. Zerafa record currently stands at 28-4-0(W-L-D).

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Friday, June 11, 2021

Tim Tszyu sprays Zerafa’s silent treatment as ‘scary’ reality sets in

 Michael Zerafa talked the talk, created the hype, signed the contract, and then went silent.

That’s how the Tim Tszyu camp sees it, at least. Tszyu vs Zerafa Fight

After swearing off trash talk, going silent over a medical complication, and then a COVID-19 lockdown in Victoria, Zerafa has left Tszyu scratching his head.

“It has surprised me,” Tszyu told

“I thought he would have been going on with his antics as he always has throughout this whole three or four years, how he’s acted.

“If he was like this he wouldn’t have got the fight. So, once he got the fight, it all changed.”

It’s been a surprising development in the lead up to the July 7 fight at the Newcastle Entertainment Centre that many believed would be the most bitter of Tszyu’s career.

The two went back and forth at their introductory press conference, before Zerafa abstained from causing a scene a week later when he was set up by promoters.

“The talk stops,” Zerafa told back in May. “I don’t want to be that person.”

“Because that’s not me,” he said. “I love the sport. I don’t want to tarnish it and be that [Conor] McGregor.

“… For me, I just wanted to get the fight. The fight’s here, the talk stops now.”

For Tszyu, the reason isn’t so benevolent. He’s listened to Zerafa ridicule his rise for the last few years and thinks he’s now in self-preservation mode.

“The more you talk, and the more you act like this … when you do lose, it all ends up crumbling and falling,” he said.

“So, I think he’s just trying to help himself out by not making himself look like a fool. At the end of the day, the only thing he’s done is make himself look like a fool for the last three years.”

If Zerafa stops talking now, then he can still “come back”, according to Tszyu.

“The only person to have ever done it is Floyd Mayweather; talk that much s*** and then come away … untouchable,” he said.

“Michael Zerafa is not Floyd Mayweather, and I think he’s realised that.”

For No Limit Boxing CEO George Rose, the whole thing doesn’t really add up.

“I’ve been very surprised, to be honest. For the last two years, Zerafa hasn’t been able to take Tim’s name out of his mouth,” Tszyu v Zerafa fight on Kayo Sports

“I remember when Tim announced that he had a hit list of Australian boxers that he wanted to fight, Zerafa was on that list.

“I know there was a lot of talk that started from then and it’s continued through to the day that the fight was agreed. And then as soon as the fight was agreed, that was it. It was absolute silence. It’s strange to me.

Thursday, February 25, 2021

Anthony Mundine vs Michael Zerafa Fight Live Streaming Online

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Zerafa vs Mundine Boxing On Saturday, March 13 at the Bendigo Stadium in Bendigo, Australia Michael Pretty Boy Zerafa will meet Anthony The Man Mundine for vacant WBA Oceania title in a 10-round middleweight bout.

Michael Zerafa is set to face Anthony Mundine on Saturday 13th March 2021 at Bendigo Stadium in Victoria.The fight is scheduled for 10 rounds in the Middleweight division, which means the weight limit will be 160 pounds (11.4 stone or 72.6 KG).

Mundine vs Zerafa Fight Date and Time

The fight night will begin on Saturday, March 13 at 4 a.m. ET / 1 a.m. PT.


The professional boxing match will be held at the Bendigo Stadium in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia.

Live Broadcast

On which TV channel can I watch the live broadcast of the fight Michael Zerafa vs Anthony Mundine?

Michael Zerafa is a Australian professional boxer. Zerafa vs Mundine live

The last fight of Michael Zerafa took place on December 18, 2019 against Jeff HornJeff Horn.
Zerafa lost by majority decision (MD).

Anthony Mundine is a Australian professional boxer.

The last fight of Anthony Mundine took place on November 30, 2019 against John Wayne Parr.
Mundine lost by split-decision (SD).

What Time Does Zerafa vs Mundine Start?

The fighters are expected to ringwalk at around 11:00 AM UTC at Bendigo Stadium, Victoria, Australia, which is 6:00 AM EST or 3:00 AM PST on the West Coast of America, or 11:00 AM GMT in the UK. Zerafa vs Mundine fight

What Are The Odds On Zerafa vs Mundine?

Michael Zerafa is currently 1/14 (-1428) to win the contest outright, while you can get 15/2 (+750) on Anthony Mundine if you fancy the massive upset.

Michael Zerafa steps into the ring with a record of 27 wins, 4 loses and 0 draws, 16 of those wins coming by the way of knock out.

Anthony Mundine will make his way to the ring with a record of 48 wins, 9 loses and 0 draws, with 28 of those wins by knock out.

The stats suggest Zerafa has a slight advantage in power over Mundine, with a 59% knock out percentage over Mundine's 58%.

Michael Zerafa is the younger man by 17 years, at 28 years old. live stream Zerafa vs Mundine

Zerafa has 2-inch reach advantage. 

Both Michael Zerafa & Anthony Mundine fight out of an orthodox stance.

Zerafa is arguably the less experienced fighter, having had 26 less fights, and made his debut in 2011, 10 year and 8 months later than Mundine, whose first professional fight was in 2000. He has fought 195 more professional rounds, 195 to Mundine's 0.

Michael Zerafa goes into the fight ranked number 9 by the WBA at middleweight.

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Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Anthony Mundine's stunning call on boxing future

Anthony Mundine has vowed to restore his standing in the boxing world with a win over Michael Zerafa.

Countless people have tried to talk Anthony Mundine out of his upcoming fight with Michael Zerafa, a man 17 years his junior.

Jeff Fenech tried to talk him out of it. Mundine's own father has said he fears for his son's wellbeing.

Even boxing broadcaster Main Event has refused to show the bout, forcing Mundine to host a pay-per-view stream of the fight on his own website for a $29.95 fee. Mundine Zerafa fight on tv free

Still though, the 44-year-old Mundine has vowed to get 'back in the game' by defeating Zerafa on March 13 at Bendigo Stadium.

Speaking in an interview with Wide World of Sports to promote the fight, Mundine said he was keen to give his opponent a 'reality check' and win back some respect from boxing fans.

"I'm going to give him a reality check and redeem myself and get all of the glory from it. Nobody thinks I'm going to win," he said.

"Bro, If I win this fight I'm back in the game and have a lot more options. If something motivates me to fight again, maybe fight for a world title or a big-money fight."

Sceptics will point to Mundine's recent record, in which he has lost four of his previous five fights, as proof that Mundine is well past his prime.

The former NRL star is a $7.75 rank outsider to win, with Zerafa heavily favoured among bookmakers at $1.05 to win.

Anthony Mundine bullish ahead of Michael Zerafa fight

Mundine's previous fight, a split decision loss to John Wayne Parr which was supposed to be his boxing swansong, as well as a first round loss to Jeff Horn, haven't done him any favours. Mundine vs Zerafa live stream

However Mundine has claimed Horn's camp set him up for failure in the hours prior to their bout, enforcing strict weight limits on the veteran.

Sunday, February 21, 2021

Anthony Mundine demands respect from Michael Zerafa

Anthony Mundine wants to retire from boxing on the high of a win over Michael Zerafa.

Mundine, 45, will fight professionally for the 59th, and almost certainly last time, when he meets Zerafa, 17 years younger than the former rugby league start, for the vacant WBA Oceania middleweight title on March 13. Zerafa vs Mundine h2h

“He’s a good fighter, but he nowhere near what he thinks he is,” Mundine said of Zerafa.

“I might not be in the prime of my career but I’m still an elite fighter, and I’m going to show him come the 13th.

“He’s looking past me, he’s disrespected me, and I want to earn that respect on the night.

“I’m going to talk to him throughout the whole night and let him know not to ever disrespect me the way he has.”

Mundine said beating Zerafa would not only prove his critics wrong but also ensure his professional career of more than 20 years ends on a high.

“This will more than likely be my last fight and I just want to go out with a victory,” he said.

Mundine has lost four of his past five fights but is adamant that he beat John Wayne Parr in 2019 and Danny Green in 2017 despite the judges thinking otherwise. Mundine Zerafa live coverage

“I’m not looking to take it to the scorecard, I’m looking to take him (Zerafa) out,” he said.

“I want take it out of the judges hands by stopping him or knocking him out.”

Mundine has spent the past two weeks training in Queensland in a backyard gym at Logan suburb Slacks Creek.

“There are no distractions there. I can get away and focus on my training and my recovery, and get in the best shape I can,” he said.

“It’s the calm before the storm.”

Watch stream Tszyu vs Gausha live Boxing AU 2022 March 16th

As revealed earlier this month, WBO mandatory super welterweight challenger Tim Tszyu will headline a March 26th Showtime tripleheader again...