How to watch Nikita Tszyu vs Ben Horn boxing match live online and start time
The Tszyu name continues to highlight boxing cards with Nikita taking on another prominent brother, Ben Horn, in a huge local bout.
Nikita Tszyu continues his family name, following in the footsteps of father Kostya and brother Tim, vs Ben Horn, himself the younger brother of Jeff, in a light middleweight clash in Sydney.
Both their older brothers, Tim Tszyu and Jeff Horn, fought a blockbuster clash back in August 2020 with Tim Tszyu taking the honours.
Nikita Tszyu has 2 fights and 2 knockout wins to his name, while Horn has won 4 and lost 4 across his career.
What time does Tszyu vs Horn start?
The main card gets underway on Wednesday 20 July from 7pm AEST at the Hordern Pavilion in Sydney. While exact times of each fight can't be determined due to varying lengths of earlier bouts, expect the main match up of Tszyu vs Horn to be on around 9.45pm.
How to watch Tszyu vs Horn live in Australia
While most big boxing events tend to be only available as a pay-per-view event via Main Event, this Tszyu vs Horn bout is available with a regular subscription to Kayo Sports, Foxtel iQ or Foxtel Now.
We've put together a Kayo vs Foxtel guide so you can see which service works better for you.
Stream Tszyu vs Horn with Kayo Sports
For this event dubbed "The Battle of Brothers", the best way to watch is via Kayo Sports. New customers can use this 14-day free trial to check it out, meaning you could watch Tzsyu vs Horn for free.
Following your free trial, subscriptions to Kayo start from $25 a month, which gets you only 1 stream at a time. If you want access to Kayo on up to 3 devices simultaneously, then you can upgrade to the Premium subscription at $35 a month. In between is the Basic package, which at $27.50 a month allows you access to 2 devices at once.
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Tszyu vs Horn full fight card
- Nikita Tszyu vs Ben Horn (super welterweight)
- Sam Goodman vs Juan Elorde (WBO International and IBF Inter-Continental super bantamweight titles)
- Justin Hodges vs Jordan Simi (heavyweight)
- Shanell Dargan vs Jaala Tomat (super featherweight)
- Darragh Foley vs Hunter Ioane (welterweight)
- Ashleigh Sims vs Jessica Adams (super featherweight)
- Jackson Murray vs Parminder Singh (heavyweight)
- Michael Corridor vs Joel Taylor (super welterweight)
- Kate McLaren vs Connie Chan (welterweight)
- Angel Rushton vs Ange Harries (super featherweight)
Tszyu vs Horn fight preview
Nikita Tszyu is considered a strong favourite to make it 3 out of 3 in his career, with the 24-year-old ending his debut in 2 rounds, and his second fight even quicker.
Ben Horn hasn't had quite as smooth an entry into the sport, shooting at 50% across his 8-fight career to date. This includes back to back defeats in November 2021 and April 2022.
The fight between their respective brothers back in 2020 was much hyped, but this appears a bit more predictable. Tszyu looks to have more talent and more power, and should get the job done inside the distance via KO.
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