How to watch Tim Tszyu vs Takeshi Inoue boxing match live online

Posted: 17 November 2021 12:01 pm

Tim Tszyu puts his hopes at a world title shot on the line when he faces powerful Japanese fighter Takeshi Inoue.

SUMMARY: Tszyu vs Inoue is live and exclusive to Main Event. The most accessible way to stream the fight live is through Main Event via Kayo Sports.

Undefeated Australian super welterweight star Tim Tszyu has promised to turn the "lights out" on his next opponent, Japan's Takeshi Inoue, when the pair fight in Sydney. However, Inoue is having none of it. In fact, the 31-year-old is confident things will go the other way, predicting Tsyzu is the one headed for la la land.

And that might just happen. Plenty of good judges give Inoue more than a hitter's chance against Tszyu, the son of Australian all-time great Kostya Tsyzu. Inoue's only loss came in a title shot against Mexican star Jaime Munguia in 2019.

Tszyu risks derailing his immediate chances of a title shot if he loses. He's been questioned before previous fights and proven himself each time. Just like his father during his career, the younger Tszyu is compulsory viewing whenever he steps in the ring. This fight will be no different.

When does Tszyu vs Inoue start?

Tszyu and Inoue meet at Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney on Wednesday 17 November. The main card action begins at 7pm AEDT.

How to watch Tszyu vs Inoue live in Australia

This huge fight is available on pay-per-view through Foxtel's Main Event. You can watch via Foxtel or stream Main Event through Kayo Sports. Both options will set you back $59.95.

You can also catch "All Access: Tszyu v Inoue", which is now available to watch for free on Kayo Freebies.

Live stream Tim Tszyu vs Takeshi Inoue on Kayo: Order the PPV now

Stream Tszyu vs Inoue with Kayo Sports

Main Event can be accessed directly via Kayo Sports. You don't have to be an existing Kayo Sports customer, this option is open to new, returning or existing subscribers. Follow this link to gain access.

Once you sign up online for $59.95 you'll be able to begin streaming as soon as the event gets underway. You will also have access to Kayo until 11:59pm AEDT on 21 November.

That allows you to stream any of the 50 sports on Kayo, which includes loads of live UFC, Formula 1, V8 Supercars or NBA and boxing content like Chasing Tyson from the ESPN 30 for 30 series. Be sure to catch "All Access: Tszyu v Inoue" for free on Kayo Freebies before the fight.

Stream Tszyu vs Inoue

Stream Main Event PPVs via Kayo Sports. Order Tszyu vs Inoue for $59.95.

Watch Tszyu vs Inoue on Main Event via Foxtel

Tszyu vs Inoue on Main Event can be accessed in a variety of ways. Foxtel 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.

Customers with Optus TV featuring Foxtel can also order this Super Welterweight showdown, but only over the phone. Ordering with a phone agent will incur an additional $2 booking fee.

Tszyu vs Inoue fight card

Main card

  • Tim Tszyu vs Takeshi Inoue (super welterweight)
  • Wade Ryan vs Nath Nwachukwu (super welterweight)
  • Dennis Hogan vs Tommy Browne (super welterweight)
  • Joel Camilleri vs Koen Mazoudier (super welterweight)
  • Alex Lual vs Trent Girdham (super lightweight)


  • Benjamin Hussian vs Darwin Sagurit (super welterweight)
  • Jackson Murray vs Shant Nercessian (heavyweight)
  • Viviana Ruiz Corredor vs Jacinta Austin (bantamweight)

Who will win Tszyu vs Inoue?

Inoue (17-1-1 record, 10 KOs) is sixth in line for a WBO title and has arrived in Australia looking fit and ready to fight. Tszyu (19-0, 15 KOs), of course, is first in line for a shot at Brian Castano's belt.

The Aussie sensation has the advantage of being seasoned, too. This is his third bout of the year, and he's barely raised a sweat in winning his other 2021 fights. Meanwhile, it's more than a year since Inoue fought competitively. But the Japanese fighter is well respected and, dangerously, has forged a good career a touch out of sight of Tsyzu's orbit.

At a press conference last week, Tszyu said he and his team have watched Inoue's recent fights closely and enter the battle confident they have the strategy to "open up" the tough, powerful 31-year-old.

For months, Tszyu has predicted he will end the fight in 6 rounds. Who are we to doubt him?

You can see a comparison of Kayo vs Foxtel here. Want more information on boxing? Check out our guide on how to stream boxing live online in Australia.

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