Watch Joseph Parker vs Derek Chisora 2 boxing live online in Australia

Posted: 18 December 2021 5:00 pm
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Derek Chisora wants revenge over Joseph Parker and gets his chance in Manchester this weekend. Here's how to watch.

SUMMARY: Parker vs Chisora is exclusive to streaming platform DAZN in Australia. You can watch this fight and plenty more top-shelf boxing on DAZN for just $2.99 per month. There is no PPV fee.

Heavyweights Joseph Parker and Derek Chisora meet for the second time in 7 months after a controversial end to their first battle. Parker, from New Zealand, hit the deck early in the bout but fought back to win a split decision over his English opponent.

The decision was controversial. Parker even admitted he had some luck. He accepted Chisora's request for a return bout almost immediately.

The fight is set to go 12 rounds and if it's anything like the close, tough battle the pair had in May this year it'll be a fight worth tuning in for.

Parker vs Chisora Australian start time

The action takes place in Manchester, England, with the main card set to get underway at 6am AEDT on Sunday 19 December.

How to watch Parker vs Chisora live in Australia

This fight night is live and exclusive to streaming platform DAZN. There is no free-to-air or Main Event pay-per-view coverage.

Australia was among 200 countries that DAZN expanded into on 1 December last year. Boxing is DAZN's priority and there is a huge amount of content on the platform, including the weigh-ins and pre-fight interviews for this match-up.

DAZN is a different offering to the traditionally expensive PPV models. Rather than having to fork out your hard-earned money per fight, with DAZN you simply pay $2.99 per month for complete access.

For more information, we have a comprehensive guide to DAZN. If you need help getting started, we also have a guide on how to sign up to DAZN.

Stream Parker vs Chisora 2 on DAZN

Sign up to DAZN and stream some of the biggest boxing matches in the world for just $2.99 per month.

Garcia vs Martin fight card

Main card

  • Joseph Parker vs Derek Chisora, 12 rounds, WBO intercontinental heavyweight title
  • Jack Cullen vs Kevin Lele Sadjo, 12 rounds, super middleweight
  • Zelfa Barrett vs Bruno Tarimo, 12 rounds, super featherweight
  • Carlos Góngora vs Lerrone Richards, 12 rounds, super middleweight

Preliminary card

  • Alen Babić vs TBA, heavyweight
  • David Nyika vs Anthony Carpin, cruiserweight
  • Sandy Ryan vs Maria Soledad Capriolo, super lightweight
  • Jordan Thompson vs Clement Oppenot, cruiserweight
  • Cyrus Pattinson vs Evgenii Vazem, welterweight
  • Rhiannon Dixon vs Paola Pamela Benavidez, lightweight

Who will win Parker vs Chisora?

The first fight could have gone either way. The judges were split 113-115, 116-111, 115-113 and the stats after the fight showed Parker was indeed a lucky man.

The Kiwi landed 181 of the 593 punches he threw. His 37-year-old opponent used his hands a lot more and to better effect, landing 245 of 613. Add his knockdown of Parker and, well, that's unlucky.

Chisora has nowhere to go if he loses this fight. His corner is saying that's the way he has prepared for the rematch – possessed, disciplined, a man with a lot on the line.

He's a smart fighter. We think revenge is on the cards.

Keen to know more about streaming boxing online? Check out our full boxing guide here. If you're not sure who to stream with, we've got a Foxtel vs Kayo comparison.

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