[@#live#@]Tszyu vs. Biggs live match 22/11/23
Witness the clash of two young knockout sensations go head-to-head for the prestigious Australian Super Welterweight Title.
Whilst both are undefeated, Dylan Biggs is the reigning Australian champion. He steps into the ring with an astounding seven knockouts to his name – matching Nikita Tszyu’s entire professional fight record. With three first-round knockouts for Biggs and two for Nikita, this is a battle of knockout artists, promising thrilling exchanges.
Nikita faces his sternest test yet, scheduled for a grueling 10-round bout for the very first time. Meanwhile, Biggs, renowned for his knockout prowess, has never ventured beyond eight rounds. It’s the ultimate showdown of endurance versus explosive power.
Despite a scales drama threatening to break out, Nikita Tszyu and Dylan Biggs have both made weight ahead of their blockbuster clash for the Australian super welterweight title on Wednesday.
Prior to the weigh-ins kicking off, a second set of scales was brought on stage and sparked intense discussions from a number of figures.
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Biggs’ manager Brendon Smith stated on Monday he just wanted to “ensure everything is done correctly”, which perhaps explains the chaotic scenes that The Courier Mail’s Peter Badel branded as “farcical.”
“I don’t think I’ve ever seen this in boxing, where you’ve got two sets of scales.
“You’ve got some concerns around the integrity of the event given they feel they’ve been stitched up over the walk outs.
“I think it’s farcical to have two sets of scales. There’s $4000 scales up there from No Limit and can do the job.
“But the Biggs team want to have quality and accuracy. We can’t have any debate if there's two sets of scales up there.”
Thankfully both fighters made weight comfortably as Tszyu tipped the scales at 69.60kg while Biggs weighed in at 69.46kg.
In the chief support from Newcastle, the always-entertaining Issac Hardman faces Englishman Troy Coleman in a middleweight contest which promises to bring the action.
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Here's when it all goes down:
What time is Nikita Tszyu vs. Dylan Biggs today?
Tszyu and Biggs will be throwing down at the Newcastle Entertainment Centre in New South Wales.
The first fight is set to begin at 6 p.m. AEDT, before the main pay-per-view card starts at 7 p.m. AEDT.
Tszyu and Biggs should make their way to the ring around 10 p.m. AEDT, depending on how long the undercard fights last.
Hobart Adelaide Brisbane Darwin Perth
First fight 6 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 3 p.m.
Main card 7 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 4 p.m.
Main event (approx.) 10 p.m. 9:30 p.m. 9 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 7 p.m.
How to watch Nikita Tszyu vs. Dylan Biggs
The Tszyu vs. Biggs fight card will be available live on Fox Sports, Main Event, and Kayo.
Foxtel subscribers can purchase the pay-per-view portion of the night through Main Event, with Kayo users able to purchase Tszyu vs. Biggs through the app.
Speaking after making weight, Tszyu revealed just how important this fight is to him.
“It means everything for me,” Tszyu said.
“It’s where my life and focus has lead up to.”
As for Biggs, he was keen as mustard to finally get in the ring and settle their score.
“The time for talking is done,” Biggs said.
“It’s fight time, so I’m ready.”
Also on the card is Issac Hardman’s bout for the vacant WBC intercontinental middleweight title against Troy Coleman.
Hardman vowed to “punch holes” in the Brit as the two pressed heads in a feisty final face-off.
FULL FIGHT CARD
Nikita Tszyu v Dylan Biggs — for Australian super welterweight title
Issac Hardman v Troy Coleman — for WBO intercontinental middleweight title
Jason Fawcett v Jordan Martin — super welterweight
Mounir Fathi v Joel Pavlides — middleweight:
Liam Talivaa v Brandon Grach — heavyweight
Mark Schleibs v Shamal Ram Anuj — super bantamweight
Amber Amelia v Natasha Kurene — super bantamweight
Brent Walton v Dharringarra Trewhella — welterweight
Nikita Tszyu and Dylan Biggs battle it out in the main event at Newcastle Entertainment Centre in Broadmeadow, New South Wales on Wednesday, November 22. The contest features rising contender of Sydney up against Australian super welterweight champion of Beaudesert, Queensland. The bout is scheduled for 10 rounds. Several tickets for the event are still currently available for purchase.
Unbeaten 25-year-old southpaw Nikita Tszyu (7-0, 6 KOs), the younger brother of Tim Tszyu, makes his fourth ring appearance for the year and fights for his first title. Undefeated 21-year-old Dylan Biggs (10-0, 7 KOs) also goes through the ropes for the fourth time in 2023 and looks to retain the belt that he earned in July.
The co-main event pits Issac Hardman (14-2, 12 KOs) of Brisbane against Troy Coleman (12-2, 5 KOs) of the UK. The pair battles it out for the vacant WBO Intercontinental middleweight title. The bout is scheduled for 10 rounds.
Tszyu vs Biggs tickets
Nikita Tszyu vs Dylan Biggs tickets to witness all the action on Wednesday, November 22 at Newcastle Entertainment Centre in Broadmeadow, NSW, Australia are on sale.
Tszyu vs Biggs tickets can be purchased through Ticketek.
Nikita Tszyu vs Dylan Biggs start time
Boxing fans can watch Nikita Tszyu vs Dylan Biggs live stream on Main Event on Kayo. The date is Wednesday, November 22. The start time is scheduled for 7 pm AEDT. The PPV price is $59.95.
The main event fighters are expected to make their ring walks at approximately 9:30 pm AEDT.
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Tszyu vs Biggs undercard
Among the bouts featured on Tszyu vs Biggs undercard, Jason Fawcett (6-1, 1 KOs) of Gosford, New South Wales faces Sydney’s Jordan Martin (2-1, 2 KOs) in a six-round bout at super welterweight. As well, Sydney-based Mounir Fathi (6-0, 6 KOs) of Casablanca, Morocco takes on Joel Pavlides (4-2-1) of the Gold Coast in a six-round bout at middleweight.
Also on the card, New Zealand-born Liam Talivaa (5-0, 2 KOs) of Sydney meets Brandon Grach (1-0) of Newcastle, New South Wales in a six-round bout at heavyweight. Plus, Mark Schleibs (12-2, 8 KOs) of Melbourne and Shamal Ram Anuj (10-4, 7 KOs) of Nadi, Fiji go head to head in a six-round bout at super bantamweight.
In addition, Amber Amelia (3-2, 1 KOs) of Gosford, New South Wales goes up against Natasha Kurene (2-1) of Brisbane in a six-round bout at super bantamweight. Rounding out the card, Brent Walton (1-0) of Newcastle, New South Wales and Sydney’s Dharringarra Trewhella clash in a four-round bout at welterweight.
Tszyu vs Biggs fight card
The current Tszyu vs Biggs fight card looks as the following:
Nikita Tszyu vs. Dylan Biggs, 10 rounds, super welterweight – Biggs’ Australian super welterweight title
Issac Hardman vs. Troy Coleman, 10 rounds, middleweight – vacant WBO Intercontinental middleweight title
Jason Fawcett vs. Jordan Martin, 6 rounds, super welterweight
Mounir Fathi vs. Joel Pavlides, 6 rounds, middleweight
Liam Talivaa vs. Brandon Grach, 6 rounds, heavyweight
Mark Schleibs vs. Shamal Ram Anuj, 6 rounds, super bantamweight
Amber Amelia vs. Natasha Kurene, 6 rounds, super bantamweight
Brent Walton vs. Dharringarra Trewhella, 4 rounds, welterweight
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