The highly anticipated match-up with Michael Zerafa is in the rear-view mirror for Tim Tszyu who is set to face dangerous Japanese opponent Takeshi Inoue in his next outing this Wednesday
Tszyu brings an unblemished 19-0 record to the bout with WBO Asia-Pacific and WBO Global titles both on the line in a 10-round super-welterweight contest. As the mandatory challenger for Brian Castano’s super-welterweight strap, Tszyu has everything to lose with the 27-year-old the big favourite according to Unibet, paying 1.10 for the win compared to 7.00 for Takeshi Inoue at time of publishing.
How to watch Tim Tszyu vs Takeshi Inoue in Australia
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.
What time will Tim Tszyu vs Takeshi Inoue take place in Australia?
Tszyu will have the home crowd behind hi with the event taking place at the Qudos Arena in Sydney’s Homebush on Wednesday, 17 November 2021. The pay-per-view scheduled to begin at 7pm AEDT with the undercard set to feature on Fox Sports Australia from 6pm AEDT.
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