How to watch Tim Tszyu vs Dennis Hogan boxing live online in Australia, fight times and full card
The undefeated Tim Tszyu takes on Irishman Dennis "Hurricane" Hogan with a likely WBO Super Welterweight title shot up for grabs.
Australia's great boxing hope Tim Tszyu (17-0, 13 KO) could earn a shot at Argentine WBO Super Welterweight champion Brian Castano if he gets past Dennis Hogan (28-3-1) in Newcastle.
Hogan is fighting to save his career after losing two tilts at a world title in his past two fights. Another defeat would likely spell curtains for the tough Brisbane-based Irishman.
A strong undercard features former world champion and Newcastle local Sakio Bika (34-7-3), as well as the undefeated Paul Fleming (26-0-1).
Tim Tszyu vs Dennis Hogan fight time
The main card at Newcastle's Entertainment Centre is set to start at 7pm AEDT on Wednesday 31 March. Tszyu vs Hogan is expected to get underway around 10pm AEDT.
How to watch Tszyu vs Hogan live in Australia
Foxtel's pay-per-view channel Main Event is the host broadcaster. Once again you have two options for tuning in, via Foxtel or you can watch Main Event through Kayo Sports. Both options will set you back $59.95.
For more information on live streaming boxing in Australia, you can check out our comprehensive guide.
Live stream Tszyu vs Hogan on Kayo Sports via Main Event: Order the PPV now
Stream Tszyu vs Hogan with Kayo Sports
Using this link mainevent.kayosports.com.au, you can sign up to watch this crunch showdown between Tszyu and Hogan on Kayo Sports. One of the perks of this option is it can be used by new, returning or current Kayo users. You don't necessarily have to be a subscriber.
You can also download the Kayo Sports app and access the fights that way. All the information you need for this innovative option for watching top-class boxing can be found in this Main Event on Kayo guide.
On top of access to the PPV fight, Kayo also has a range of extra boxing content, including Chasing Tyson from the ESPN 30 for 30 series and a wide number of classic fights. Signing up to Main Event via Kayo will also give you free access until 4 April which will allow you to stream this weekends NRL and AFL fixtures.
Watch Tim Tszyu vs Hogan on Main Event via Foxtel
The standard options for accessing Main Event are in play for this night of fights. Foxtel customers can order it directly on the Main Event website, by using the My Foxtel app, via your remote control or by phone. The fight costs $59.95.
Customers with Optus TV featuring Foxtel can also order another important chapter in Tszyu's young career, but only over the phone. Ordering with a phone agent will incur an additional $2 booking fee.
Tszyu vs Hogan fight card
- Tim Tszyu vs Dennis Hogan, super welterweight (12 rounds)
- Wade Ryan vs Koen Mazoudier, super welterweight
- Cesar Mateo Tapia vs Renold Quinlan, super middleweight
- Paul Fleming vs Tyson Lantry, super featherweight
- Sakio Bika vs Sam Soliman, super middleweight
- Darkon Dryden vs Jason Medawar, super welterweight
- Jason Fawcett vs Alex Carioti, super welterweight
- Linn Sandstrom vs Felicity Loiterton, super flyweight
Who will win Tim Tszyu vs Dennis Hogan?
The bookies have pegged Hogan as a $7 outsider in some markets but he won't be a pushover for Tszyu, who is a short-priced favourite. Hogan is vastly more experienced and has fought at a much higher level than the young Australian. "The WBC rankings have me ahead of him," Hogan pointed out in the fight build-up.
Hogan has taken on some top-class boxers, including a controversial loss to Jaime Munguia in April 2019 when he cruelly missed out on becoming the WBO's junior middleweight champion. He could be a little rusty, with his last fight back in December 2019 when he lost by TKO to American Jermall Charlo.
Tszyu is coming off a ruthless first-round knockout of Bowyn Morgan in December last year that lasted less than 90 seconds. We believe Tszyu's speed and power puts him a class above Hogan. It appears nothing is going to stop the son of boxing royalty Kostya Tszyu from earning his shot at a world title. We'll opt for a Tszyu KO in the 10th round.