How to watch Tim Tszyu vs Tony Harrison boxing live online in Australia
It's gearing up to be an explosive world title fight between Tim Tszyu and Tony Harrison for the interim WBO super welterweight title.
Tim Tszyu will be looking to maintain his unbeaten streak of 21 professional fights vs dangerous former world champion Tony Harrison of Detroit.
Harrison, 32, is the only man ever to beat the division's undisputed champion Jermell Charlo.
There's much at stake as the winner in the upcoming fight will go up against Charlo for all the belts.
What time is the Tim Tszyu vs Tony Harrison fight?
You can catch Tszyu vs Harrison at Sydney's Qudos Bank Arena on Sunday 12 March, whether that's through Kayo or Foxtel iQ.
The main card gets underway from 12pm AEDT, with the main fight expected at 2:30pm–3:30pm AEDT, depending on the length of the undercard fights.
How can I watch the Tim Tszyu vs Tony Harrison fight?
You can only watch the fight on Main Event through Kayo or Foxtel iQ for $59.95.
Live stream Tim Tszyu vs Tony Harrison on Main Event via Kayo: Order the PPV now
Stream Tszyu vs Harrison on Main Event via Kayo
The benefit of ordering with Main Event on Kayo is that you won't need a separate subscription.
Your purchase will give you access to Kayo One until 16 March, 11:59pm AEDT. After that, if you don't continue your Kayo subscription, you will still be able to watch Kayo Freebies.
You can read our guide on ordering the event if you're after more details.
Watch Tszyu vs Harrison on Main Event via Foxtel iQ
Although the PPV event costs the same on both streaming platforms, you will need a Foxtel iQ subscription to order the Main Event.
So if you're yet to sign up, this will set you back at least $49 a month (with no lock-in contract).
If you have an existing subscription, you can place an order via the Main Event website, the app, your remote or over the phone, which will incur an additional $2 agent fee.
You won't be able to purchase the event through Foxtel Now or Foxtel GO.
Tim Tszyu vs Tony Harrison fight main card
- Tim Tszyu vs Tony Harrison (interim WBO super welterweight title)
- Paulo Aokuso vs Yunieski Gonzalez (light heavyweight)
- Sam Goodman vs TJ Doheny (super bantamweight)
- Issac Hardman vs Rohan Murdock (super middleweight)
- Nikita Tszyu vs Bo Belbin (super welterweight)
Tim Tszyu vs Tony Harrison fight preview
Tim Tszyu, 28, will vie for the interim world title in his hometown Sydney in his first fight back in Australia since November 2021.
He also hasn't fought since he defeated Terrell Gausha in Minneapolis in March last year. Instead, he has been training hard for his career to come full circle.
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A win for Tszyu could help him come from under his legendary father Kostya Tszyu's shadow, which Harrison has rubbished going into Sunday's fight according to online reports.
"He is 100 levels under his father, he ain't a patch on his father," Harrison told news.com.au.
"His father had to have some kind of discipline and hard work to become champion and beat the guys he beat. It was crazy. Talent levels, he is light years under his father, light years."
The stakes for this fight are high. The winner will take on boxing king Charlo later this year for the undisputed super welterweight title.
Check out our full guide to streaming boxing fights in Australia.