Originally scheduled to face Michael Zerafa in a largely anticipated grudge bout, Tim Tszyu will instead, take on late replacement Steve Sparks on Wednesday, 7 July.
Tszyu brings an unblemished 18-0 record to the bout and is putting his WBO Global Super-welterweight title on the line. Not surprisingly, Sparks comes to the bout as a heavy underdog and brings a record of 12-1.
The event will be streamed exclusively on Mainevent Pay-Per-View in Australia with the event also be to be accessed via Kayo. The price of the PPV is listed as $59.95.
Tszyu will have a vocal crowd behind him, with the event taking place at the Newcastle Entertainment Centre on Wednesday, 7 July 2021. The pay-per-view scheduled to begin at 7pm AEST.
Also on the card in an international bout, Liam Wilson (9-0) challenges Filipino fighter Joe Noynay (18-2-2) for Noynay’s WBO Asia-Pacific Super-featherweight title. Full fight card listed below, per boxrec.com