Tszyu VS Spark Live Stream

How to watch Tim Tszyu Spark live stream Boxing fans can watch Tim Tszyu vs Stevie Spark live stream on Kayo. The date is Wednesday, July 7. The start time is 7 pm AEST. The PPV cost is $59.95

Undefeated Tim Tszyu (18-0, 14 KOs) last fought in March, eliminating Dennis Hogan in five rounds. Before that, he stopped Bowen Morgan in the first round and former world champion Jeff Horn in Round 8

Tim Tszyu vs Steve Spark Live Stream  Date

Tim Tszyu is scheduled for his next fight on Wednesday, July 7 live on pay-per-view from Newcastle Entertainment Centre in Newcastle, NSW. The Australian boxing star faces Stevie Spark after his original opponent Michael Zerafa pulled out from a highly anticipated matchup.

Undefeated Tim Tszyu (18-0, 14 KOs) last fought in March, eliminating Dennis Hogan in five rounds. Before that, he stopped Bowen Morgan in the first round and former world champion Jeff Horn in Round 8.

Stevie Spark (12-1, 11 KOs) was in action this past April when he scored a unanimous decision against Jack Brubaker after eight rounds. Before that, he secured eleven wins prior to the final bell, including the second-round TKO against Kieran Cronin and fourth-round stoppage of Michael Whitehead.

 

How can I watch Tszyu v Spark PPV fight live in Australia?

The Tszyu v Spark fight is available to watch on Kayo as a Pay-Per-View event for $59.95. You don’t need a separate Full Access Kayo subscription to purchase this PPV. Tim Tszyu is scheduled for his next fight on Wednesday, July 7 live on pay-per-view from Newcastle Entertainment Centre in Newcastle, NSW. The Australian boxing star faces Stevie Spark after his original opponent Michael Zerafa pulled out from a highly anticipated matchup.

WHEN IS TIM TSZYU FIGHTING SPARK?

Tszyu vs. Spark begins its live coverage of the main card at 7 pm local time in Australia, which is 10 am in the UK and 5 am on the east coast of the US. Main event ring walks are anticipated at some time after 9:30 pm AEST/12:30 pm BST/7:30 am ET, though as ever the exact start time of the headline attraction will depend on how long the undercard runs.

Tszyu vs Spark undercard

Among the bouts featured on the Tszyu vs Spark undercard, Liam Wilson faces Joe Noynay in a ten-rounder at super featherweight, and Wade Ryan takes on Troy O’Meley in a ten-rounder at super welterweight. In addition, Leek Fook and Miles Zalewski do an eight-round battle at super lightweight.

The full Tszyu vs Spark fight card looks like the following:
Tim Tszyu vs. Steve Spark, 10 rounds at super-welterweight

Liam Wilson vs. Joe Noynay, 10 rounds at super-featherweight

Miles Zalewski vs. Lee Fook, 10 rounds at super-featherweight

Wade Ryan vs. Troy O’Meley, 10 rounds at super-welterweight

Sam Ah-See vs. Czar Amonsot, 8 rounds at welterweight

Linn Sandstrom vs. Natalie Hills, 6 rounds at super-flyweight

 

How to watch Tim Tszyu Spark live stream

Zerafa’s team reportedly raised concerns over COVID-19 restrictions, unwilling to take a risk of a potential two-week quarantine. Spark raised his hand and took the fight on short notice. The bout is scheduled for ten rounds at super welterweight.

Undefeated Tim Tszyu (18-0, 14 KOs) last fought in March, eliminating Dennis Hogan in five rounds. Before that, he stopped Bowen Morgan in the first round and former world champion Jeff Horn in Round 8.

Stevie Spark (12-1, 11 KOs) was in action this past April when he scored a unanimous decision against Jack Brubaker after eight rounds. Before that, he secured eleven wins prior to the final bell, including the second-round TKO against Kieran Cronin and fourth-round stoppage of Michael Whitehead.

Australian boxing’s favorite son, Tim Tszyu steps back into the ring on Wednesday night at the Newcastle Entertainment Centre, taking on unheralded “Cinderella man” Steve Spark.

In what may be his last fight against domestic opposition before challenging for world titles, Tszyu has had to recalibrate his approach to a new opponent on just a week’s notice after the stunning, last-minute withdrawal of long-term rival Michael Zerafa.

 

HOW TO WATCH TSZYU VS SPARK BOXING

What: Super welterweight Boxing
Date: Wednesday, July 7, 2021
Time: 5 am EST
Venue: Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
TV Coverage: Kayo, FOXTEL, Main Event (Australia)
Live Stream: Click Here To Watch (Global)

Tszyu was set to meet Michael Zerafa in the next step on his journey towards world title contention. However, Zerafa withdrew last week and in his place enters formidable young fighter Steve Spark, who possesses considerable power and has tasted defeat only once so far as a pro.

Though the course is now very much Tszyu vs. Spark, both opponents chose to direct most of their shade towards Zerafa for dropping out at a recent press conference.

Who is Steve Spark?

The 24-year-old Queenslander was pouring pints in his local when the call came to take on Tszyu on just seven days’ notice after Zerafa ruled himself out.

Does that mean he’s a bit-part pro with no chance? Far from it.

Spark’s last defeat came all the way back in 2015 in what was his second professional fight, a majority decision over four rounds against Chinese pro-Baishanbo Nasiyiwula, in China.

Since then, Spark has fought and won 11 times, winning 10-straight by way of knockout to come into this with a professional record of 12-1.

 

Tszyu record and bio

Nationality: Australian
Born: November 2, 1994
Height: 5ft 9ins
Reach: 72ins
Total fights: 18
Record: 18-0, 14 KOs
Spark record and bio
Nationality: Australian
Born: 23rd June 1992
Height: n/a
Reach: n/a
Total fights: 13

Record: 12-1 with 11 knockouts

Tim Tszyu vs. Steve Spark fight card

Tim Tszyu vs. Steve Spark, 10 rounds at super-welterweight
Liam Wilson vs. Joe Noynay, 10 rounds at super-featherweight
Miles Zalewski vs. Lee Fook, 10 rounds at super-featherweight
Wade Ryan vs. Troy O’Meley, 10 rounds at super-welterweight
Sam Ah-See vs. Czar Amonsot, 8 rounds at welterweight
Linn Sandstrom vs. Natalie Hills, 6 rounds at super-flyweight

How can I watch Tszyu vs Spark Live Stream Full fight from anywhere?

Tszyu-Spark will be available to watch in Australia via Kayo and Foxtel’s Pay-per-View channel (Cost will be $59.95, Main Event (Channel 521). And Viewers in the U.S. can watch on ESPN+, but if you are looking for an alternative option to watch the big event without cable from anywhere, Click here to check the option.

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Zerafa’s camp claims there are too many risks involved in traveling to Newcastle from Melbourne for the fight, although rumors have been swirling about a bad sparring session.

Zerafa’s manager Sam Labruna denied those claims, telling Sporting News Zerafa is one kilogram of weight and ready to fight.

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