We will talk about when, where, and how to live stream Gallen vs Terzievski fight, along with previews.
In the King of the Castle event, Rugby League star player Paul Gallen is ready to make his 15th appearance in the ring against Kris Terzievski. The clash is going to set a new record for Gallen. No player from rugby showed this success much in boxing after retiring from the league. On the other hand, Terzievski is looking for another victory before putting for a big title fight.
Gallen vs Terzievski Live Stream and Start Time
- Date: Wednesday, May 11
- Time: Coverage starts at 7 pm. The main event (approx) at 9 pm (AEST)
- Where: Newcastle Entertainment Centre, NSW, Australia
- What: Australian heavyweight and Australian lightweight titles
- Live Stream: Kayo Sports and Main Event
Gallen was one of the most successful players in rugby. He has played in many famous leagues. He was in charge of lock, prop, and second-row forward. Gallen played for Cronulla, NSW, and Australia. His team has won so many matches and tournaments under his captaincy. The legend is on the way to making a fantastic career in boxing too. He will become just the second NRL player after Solomon Haumono to win the Australian heavyweight title. But Gallen will be the first to hold the title simultaneously.
Gallen is a brutal rock boxer. He has won twelve games in his 14th fight. He faced loss only one time and did draw one time. Gallen is famous for his excellent skills in fighting. He never takes his enemy lightly. He can observe his opponents far better than anyone. This allows him to identify all the moves of opponents. And he can quickly bring down the rival.
But Kris Terzievski is not going to be an easy fight for Gallen. Terzievski has the ability and skill to take down Gallen. Terzievski holds a fantastic record too. He totaled fights in 11 bouts and won 10 of them.
The bout of Gallen vs Terzievski is important for both of them. Both Gallen and Terzievski will have their career’s best fight on Wednesday. They share almost the same record, and the fighting strategy of Gallen and Terzievski also have so many similarities. So, the bout will be competitive as hell for both fighters.
Gallen is a very experienced fighter and athlete. The 40-year-old fighter has the strength to take down any boxing star. His lots of experience is a great advantage in his career. On the hand, Terzievski will step into the ring with a significant height advantage over Gallen.
When and Where?
The fight card will occur at the Newcastle Entertainment Centre and begins at 6:30 pm AEST on Wednesday, 11 May. As with all boxing events featuring a stacked card, it’s hard to predict when the previous fights will finish. Gallen vs Terzievski is likely to start at around 10 pm.
Nikita Tszyu vs Mason Smith is in the penultimate slot of the night, so look for it to start somewhere between 9 pm and 9:30 pm. Harry Garside vs Layton McFerran has been given the third-highest slot on the card; if you’re tuning in by 8:30 pm, you should be able to catch this fight.
How to Watch Paul Gallen vs Kris Terzievski Fight?
Main Event can be accessed via Kayo Sports. You don’t have to be an existing Kayo Sports customer; this option is also open to new and returning subscribers.
Once you sign up for $59.95, you can start streaming as soon as the event gets underway. On top of that, you’ll get access to Kayo One until 11:59 pm on 15 May.
That allows you to stream any of the 50 sports on Kayo, including AFL, NRL, NBA, or boxing content like Chasing Tyson from the ESPN 30 for 30 series.
Gallen vs Terzievski on Main Event can be accessed in various ways. Foxtel customers can order the fight directly on the Main Event website, using the My Foxtel app, via your remote control, or by phone. The fight costs $59.95.
Customers with Optus TV featuring Foxtel can also order this Super Welterweight showdown, but only over the phone. Ordering with a phone agent will incur an additional $2 booking fee.
Here is the fight card of the Gallen vs Terzievski event-
- Paul Gallen vs. Kris Terzievski (10 rounds at heavyweight)
- Harry Garside vs. Layton McFerran (10 rounds at lightweight)
- Nikita Tszyu vs. Mason Smith (six rounds at super-welterweight)
- Sam Goodman vs. Fumiya Fuse (10 rounds at super-bantamweight)
- Hass Hamdan vs. Trent Girdham (six rounds at welterweight)
- Amber Wright vs. Sara Jalonen (five rounds at featherweight)
- Hironiri Mishiro vs. Francis Chua (eight rounds at lightweight)
- Linn Sandstrom vs. Floryvic Montero (eight rounds at super-flyweight)