Tszyu vs Inoue
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Tim Tszyu is going to fight against Japanese fighter Takeshi Inoue at Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on Wednesday, November 17. Today we will know everything about the fight with Tszyu vs Inoue live stream options.





Venue: Qudos Bank Arena

TV Channel: Channel 531 on Foxtel




Click Here To Live Stream The Fight on Kayo


Tszyu is considered as royalty in Australian Boxing. He is the son of Kostya Tszyu, a former Russian and Australian World Champion. In his professional career, Tszyu is 19-0. He has risen his Super-Welterweight ranks and put his name in the title contention. Currently, Tszyu is number 1 in his division and also the worthy challenger for the WBO title.

“Let me just say that’s not happening. I’m coming in with everything,” Tszyu said in response.

“I’m coming in center of the ring and taking away everything he’s got. It’s simple.

“There are things that he’s good at. He’s strong, a stocky boy. He’s got a few good punches, but once we get in there I’m going to take everything away from him.” He added, “The Soul Taker — that’s what I like to do. Take the soul.”

Takeshi Inoue is a 31-year-old Japanese and world no. 7 in the Super-Welterweight division. He is a former world title challenger. Inoue has a winning steak of four matches but is inactive for a long time. He had his last fought in November 2020.

This is the third fight of Tszyu in 2021. He had two TKO wins against Dennis Hogan and Steve Spark.

When and where is Tim Tszyu vs Takeshi Inoue?

Date: The fight is scheduled to happen on Wednesday, November 17, 2021.

Time: The fights will begin at 4 a.m. ET

Venue: Tszyu vs Inoue will take place in Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

So if you are someone from there, you can visit the stadium directly to watch the match. The arena has a capacity of 21,000 spectators.

How to Watch Tim Tszyu vs Takeshi Inoue Live Stream?

Tszyu vs Inoue live stream is available on Kayo Sports via Main Event PPV in Australia. The PPV of the live boxing will cost you $59.95.

Foxtel will broadcast the Tszyu vs Inoue fight to their subscribers. You will need a Foxtel ID first. Then you will have to search for the Main Event which will be available on channel 521. Foxtel Now will also provide the live streaming of the fight. They offer you a 10-day free trial option.

You can also purchase PPV via the Kayo app. You can watch Tszyu vs Inoue live without signing up for Kayo monthly packages. For that, you will just need to create an account and pay for the fight to watch. You will also be able to watch the undercards live and ad-free.

Tszyu vs Inoue Prediction:

Tszyu is young blood. He is in good form and has a 19-0 record, which will give him a lot of confidence. He has very good speed and accuracy. Tszyu has 15 TKOs in his last 19 games, which means he has a 79% TKO rate. Inoue is also a good fighter. He is more experienced than his opponent and has a 17-1-1 record. He had 10 TKOs in his last 19 games. But he is not in the ring for a long time.

Prediction: Tszyu will win the fight.

Tim Tszyu Records and Bio:

  • Country: Australia
  • Age: 27 years
  • Pro: 4 years
  • Height: 5′ 8½″ (174 cm)
  • Reach: 72″ (183 cm)
  • Division: Super Welterweight (154 lbs / 69,85 kg)
  • Stance: Orthodox   
  • Titles: WBO Global   
  • Record: 19 – 0 – 0 (15 KOs)
  • KOs: 78%
  • Inactive: 133 days

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Takeshi Inoue Records and Bio:

  • Country: Japan
  • Age: 31 years
  • Pro: 7 years
  • Height: 5′ 8″ (173 cm)
  • Division: Super Welterweight (154 lbs / 69,85 kg)
  • Stance: Orthodox
  • Titles: WBO Asia Pacific
  • Record: 17 – 1 – 1 (10 KOs)
  • KOs: 58%
  • Inactive: 375 days

Full Fight Card:

Main Card (7 pm AEDT)

  • Tim Tszyu vs. Takeshi Inoue (WBO Global and Asia Pacific Super Welterweight title)
  • Nath Nwachukwu vs. Wade Ryan (IBO International Super Welterweight title)
  • Tommy Browne vs. Dennis Hogan (super welterweight)
  • Koen Mazoudier vs. Joel Camilleri (WBC Australasian Super Welterweight title)
  • Trent Girdham vs. Alex Lual (super lightweight)

Undercard (6 pm AEDT)

  • Darwin Sagurit vs. Benjamin Hussian (super welterweight)
  • Jacinta Austin vs. Viviana Ruiz Corredor (bantamweight)
  • Shant Nercessian vs. Jackson Murray (heavyweight)


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