Watch Gallen vs. Hodges 2 and Michael Zerafa’s return to the ring LIVE on Main Event, available on Foxtel & Kayo Sports, Wednesday, November 23, from 7 pm AEDT. Here we have the Zerafa vs Creati live coverage and streaming details with results.
Paul Gallen steps into the ring for the final fight of his professional career, while Michael Zerafa is looking to silence his critics and take a step closer to his world title ambitions.
There is plenty to look forward to in Wednesday’s stacked fight card, but when are the bouts set to start?
Well, the first fight is scheduled to begin at around 4.30 pm, although it won’t be televised with the main card and pay-per-view portion of the event starting at approximately 7 pm.
There will be plenty of interest in former Roosters premiership winner Sio Siua Taukeiaho’s professional debut before attention turns to the two biggest fights of the night.
Gallen vs. Hodges 2 Start Time
Doors to the venue open at 4 pm ahead of the first bout at 4:30 pm.
The evening’s main card and pay-per-view portion will start at 7 pm.
Expect Gallen and Hodges to make their way to ring for the main event sometime after 9 pm.
Zerafa vs. Creati will be the night’s final fight and will likely start after 9:30 pm.
How to Watch Gallen vs. Hodges 2
Fox Sports and Main Event will have you covered for fight night.
Tune into Fox League from 5 pm to catch some of the action from the undercard.
The pay-per-view can be purchased through Main Event from 7 pm.
Michael Zerafa vs. Danilo Creati live stream
Foxtel’s streaming service Kayo will also be broadcasting the event live.
From 6 pm, you can catch the prelims before it switches to pay-per-view at 7 pm, after which time you can purchase the event through Kayo here.
Watch Zerafa vs Creati Live on Main Event via Foxtel iQ
If you have a Foxtel IQ subscription, Gallen vs. Hodges 2 costs $59.95 on top of your regular monthly subscription.
Foxtel customers can order the fight directly on the Main Event website, using the My Foxtel app, via your remote control, or by phone.
Ordering with a phone agent incurs an additional $2 booking fee.
You can watch the undercard on Fox League with a regular Foxtel iQ subscription from 5 pm to 7 pm.
But to watch the main card, you need to order the pay-per-view via Main Event.
- Michael Zerafa vs. Danilo Creati, middleweight
- Paul Gallen vs. Justin Hodges II, heavyweight
- Paulo Aokuso vs. David Zegarra, light-heavyweight
- Sio Siua Taukeiaho vs. Jaiman Lowe, heavyweight
- Ty Telford vs. Joel Taylor, welterweight
- Liam Talivaa vs. Louis Marsters, heavyweight
- Wade Ryan vs. Koen Mazoudier II, super-welterweight
- Shanell Dargan vs. Chandni Mehra, featherweight
- Daniel Suluka-Fifita vs. Bryce Jones, heavyweight
- Tommy Browne vs. Jorge Kapeen, super-welterweight
- Tywarna Campbell vs. Deanha Hobbs, super-featherweight
- George Peterson vs. Gary Phillips, heavyweight
- Micky Pengue vs. Ben Hussain, super-welterweight
Michael Zerafa vs. Danilo Creati Live Results
Liam Talivaa def. Louis Marsters
Via unanimous decision (40-35 x3)
Talivaa goes to 3-0 with a convincing victory over the durable Marsters.
It could have gone awry for Talivaa, who appeared to hit Marsters with an illegal shot after dropping him in the first round, but he avoided sanction and dominated the rest of the fight.
Koen Mazoudier def. Wade Ryan
Via unanimous decision (77-76, 77-75 x2)
Mazoudier exacts revenge in the rematch, scoring a nice victory over the tough Ryan in an exciting clash.
Having lost to Ryan early last year, Mazoudier started brightly, but Ryan’s left hand began to land as the fight continued.
Mazoudier seemed to find a second wind in the final round, which sealed the bout for him.
Shanell Dargan draws Chandni Mehra
(39-37, 37-39, 38-38)
The second draw of the night sees Dargan and Mehra split the points.
It wasn’t quite as dramatic as some of Dargan’s other bouts, with Mehra keeping the Aussie at bay with strong jabs.
Bryce Jones def. Daniel Suluka-Fifita
Via unanimous decision (39-37 x3)
The Souths forward started decently, but Jones was up for the challenge, and his extra experience began to show as he landed the bigger shots on a fading Suluka-Fifita.
Tommy Browne def. Jorge Kapeen
Via unanimous decision (59-55 x2, 60-54)
The previously retired Browne’s comeback is successful as he scores a convincing points victory over a game Kapeen.
Browne appeared to get stronger as the fight went on and showed he’s still got plenty left in the tank.
Deanha Hobbs def. Tywarna Campbell
Via unanimous decision (49-46 x3)
A very tidy performance from the former world title challenger,
Hobbs proved too sharp, both at range and in close, and claims a nice decision win.
George Peterson draws Gary Phillips
(39-37, 37-39, 38-38)
A heavyweight war to kick off the Fox Sports portion of the card.
It won’t win any awards for technical ability, but it kept the fans entertained.
Don’t be surprised to see this one rebooked.
Ben Hussain def. Michael Pengue
Via round two, TKO
Hussain gets himself back into the win column with an emphatic dismantling of Pengue.