How to watch Justis Huni vs Joseph Goodall boxing live online
The WBO Oriental and IBF Pan-Pacific Regional heavyweight titles go on the line as Justis Huni battles Joseph Goodall in an all-Australian affair.
Even before his bout vs Joseph Goodall, Justis Huni was a genuine excitement machine in Australian boxing, having dismantled Paul Gallen last year in a fight that Gallen admits in the aftermath that he "has never been the same since".
These 2 men have fought a total of 13 times between them and have 11 KOs combined.
Goodall is based in Las Vegas and ironically also sparred with Gallen in recent times, likewise packing a massive punch.
What time does Huni vs Goodall start?
The card begins at 6pm AEST on Wednesday 15 June at Nissan Arena in the Brisbane suburb of Nathan.
Expect the main fight of Huni vs Goodall to kick off at approximately 10pm AEST.
How to watch Huni vs Goodall live in Australia
This big night of Aussie boxing is available on pay-per-view through Foxtel's Main Event. You can watch via Foxtel iQ or stream Main Event through Kayo Sports. Both options will set you back $59.95. If you're already a Foxtel iQ or Kayo subscriber, this is an extra cost on top of your regular subscription price.
From 6pm to 7pm though, you can watch some of the undercards live on Fox Sports via a regular Foxtel iQ (with Sports HD), Foxtel Now (with Sport pack) or Kayo subscription. However, from 7pm the main card including the headline bout of Huni vs Goodall is only available via Main Event.
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Stream Huni vs Goodall with Kayo Sports
Main Event can be accessed via Kayo Sports. You don't need a separate Kayo subscription to purchase this pay-per-view event. It is open to new, returning or existing subscribers.
Once you sign up online for $59.95, you can begin streaming as soon as the event gets underway. If you're a new subscriber, your purchase also includes access to Kayo One until 11:59pm AEST Sunday 19 June. That means you can catch other events such as the AFL, NRL, the MotoGP in Germany and the NBA Finals before your access expires.
Watch Huni vs Goodall on Main Event via Foxtel
Existing Foxtel iQ 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.
Note that a $2 booking fee applies for Foxtel direct residential customers who book a Main Event via a Foxtel phone agent.
Customers with Optus TV featuring Foxtel can also order this heavyweight showdown, but only over the phone.
You can't watch the main card of Huni vs Goodall via Foxtel Now.
Justis Huni vs Joseph Goodall fight card
- Justis Huni vs Joe Goodall (heavyweight)
- Andrei Mikhailovich vs Ernesto España (middleweight)
- Luke Boyd vs Shamal Ram Anuj (super-bantamweight)
- Taylah Robertson vs Gretel De Paz (super-flyweight)
- Jack Gipp vs Francis Waitai (super-middleweight)
- Hone Huni vs Thomas Wilkins (super-middleweight)
- Toese Vousiutu vs Ben Sosoli (heavyweight)
- Austin Aokuso vs Louis Masters (heavyweight)
- Bryce McLachlan vs Dan Hill (light-heavyweight)
Huni vs Goodall fight preview
The undefeated Justis Huni enters this fight as a warm favourite with some devastating recent form behind him.
For Huni, this is a local battle as he hails from nearby Logan. His opponent is also likely to feel at home with Goodall training for 9 years in Brisbane despite growing up in Bendigo.
Both men have sparred with each other frequently over the years so there will be very few secrets in this clash.
Huni is a genuine rising star. While Goodall might have the power to match, we feel the Queenslander will prevail in a tight battle that will go the distance.
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