Boxing is picking up threads quickly in 2021, after the squandered last year, where many of the stars haven’t thrown their hats in the ring.
Tim Tszyu will take on Micheal Zerafa after defeating Dennis Hogan in his last five-round fight. At the post-match conference of his recent contest, Tszyu manifested a killer mindset and said he wished the fight to continue past the fifth round.
The 26-year-old Australian welterweight fighter is pumped up to ride his 18-win streak.
On the contrary, Zerafa is coming from a controversial 10-rounds fight where he locked horns with former WBO welterweight champion Jeff Horns. Micheal lost the combat – but only after the referee’s tendentious intervention in the ninth round when Jeff was deadlocked by Zerafa’s dire battering.
Nonetheless, fans are spiritedly awaiting the fight as the whole house was sold out in the first 24 hours.
When time is the fight?
Tszyu and Zerafa are going to set the boxing ring on fire on Wednesday, 7 July 2021. The contest will commence at 4 a.m. ET / 1 a.m. PT.
And enthusiasts are anticipating it as a hell of the night because fighters are at the top of the tree, and two of the most followed ones.
Where will Tszyu vs Zerafa take place?
The biggest and scintillating boxing event of the year Tim Tszyu vs Micheal Zerafa will take place at Newcastle Entertainment Center, Australia. You can find the venue by six minutes drive from the midst of Newcastle on the Newcastle Showground.
It is one of the most famous Australian stadiums that are multipurpose and can accommodate sports events, expos, and other shows.
Equipped with top-grade lights, the stadium has a listed room for 4,658 spectators. However, it can put on the show for a crowd anywhere between 3000 to 6500.
The venue has hosted some of the early fights of Kostya Tszyu, Tim’s father, and has recently become famous after Tszyu knocked down Dennis.
How to Live Stream Tim Tszyu vs Micheal Zerafa fight?
You must be excitingly waiting and may not think of side-stepping this taking on between midweight fighter Micheal Zerafa and welterweight champion Tim Tszyu, two of the best boxers in Australia.
Brenden Bourke, Micheal’s manager, revealed in a press conference that they have been chasing this fight for a long time.
As Tim Pulled from the first signup against Zerafa, they were thinking the tussle is not going to happen this time as well. He also added that any of the Australian boxers will be stoked to fight Tim because, at this moment, he is on the top.
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