How to watch Tim Tszyu vs Carlos Ocampo boxing live online
There's more than an interim title on the line, when Tim Tszyu and Carlos Ocampo facing off for a chance to fight for the undisputed crown.
Australia's Tim Tszyu has set up a WBO super welterweight interim world title defence vs Mexico's Carlos Ocampo.
The winner of this fight will get a shot at undisputed light middleweight world champion Jermell Charlo later this year.
What time does Tszyu vs Ocampo start in Australia?
Tim Tszyu vs Carlos Ocampo takes place on Sunday 18 June at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The card is scheduled to start at 12pm AEST with main fight walk-ons expected at approximately 4:30pm AEST, depending on the length of the undercard fights.
How to watch Tim Tszyu vs Carlos Ocampo live in Australia
This boxing match is only available on pay-per-view (PPV) through Main Event.
You can watch via Foxtel iQ or stream Main Event through Kayo.
It will set you back $59.95.
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Stream Tszyu vs Ocampo on Main Event via Kayo
New, returning or existing Kayo customers can watch directly through Main Event.
If you head to Main Event on Kayo, you can sign up and watch it through your usual Kayo platform.
Once you sign up online for $59.95, you can begin streaming as soon as the event gets underway.
After that, your access to Kayo's full content library will end, but you will still be able to access Kayo Freebies.
Your can get more details about streaming Main Event through Kayo Sports in our guide.
Watch Tszyu vs Ocampo on Main Event via Foxtel iQ
If you have Foxtel iQ, Tim Tszyu vs Carlos Ocampo 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 iQ remote control or by phone.
Ordering with a phone agent incurs an additional $2 booking fee.
Tszyu vs Ocampo fight card
- Tim Tszyu vs Carlos Ocampo (light middleweight)
- Sam Goodman vs Ra'eese Aleem (super bantamweight)
- Justin Frost vs Hassan Hamdan (super lightweight)
- Hasely Hepi vs Troy Pilcher (heavyweight)
- Vegas Larfield vs Jhunrille Castino (super bantamweight)
- Rocky Ogeden vs Mark Schleibs (catchweight)
- Liam Talivaa vs Isaac Liki (heavyweight)
Tszyu vs Ocampo fight preview
Both Tszyu and Ocampo are stepping into Sunday's fight following impressive last up performances.
Tim Tszyu's most recent fight in March saw him knock out former world champion Tony Harrison in the ninth round to keep his unbeaten record intact. The stoppage came after a pretty dominant performance from the Australian.
Carlos Ocampo can also boast an early nights work in his last fight. He impressively dispatched of Mauricio Gutierrez Castor in a 5th round stoppage, in a fight that was also in March.
Ocampo has an impressive record though with only 2 losses, both of those coming in world title fights.
He has more KOs than Tszyu, but Tszyu has a higher percentage of KOs from his wins.
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This fight has more at stake than just racking up another win.
The World Boxing Organisation has ordered Jermell Charlo to fight for his belts before 30 September against the winner of this clash.
Tszyu enters the ring only 3 weeks after having emergency surgery on his arm following a dog bite.
But that doesn't seem to phase him and he's pretty much dismissed the incident heading into this fight.
We think after missing his title chance in January when Charlo was injured, Tszyu will defeat Ocampo and then get his shot to be undisputed champion.
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