All eyes will be on George Kambosos come Sunday afternoon as the Aussie boxer steps into the ring for his title fight against Devin Haney.
It’s almost time for George Kambosos to throw down as Aussie boxing fans wait with anticipation to watch him in action against Devin Haney.
Kambosos can become the first ever undisputed lightweight world champion by defeating his American rival in Melbourne today and unifying the belts.
It should be an awesome spectacle at Marvel Stadium, with both fighters entering the bout undefeated.
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What time is the fight?
The undercard kicks off early on Sunday morning around 9am, but there’s a stack of fights to get through first before we reach the main event.
It’s impossible to nail down an exact time Kambosos and Haney will touch gloves, but expect it to be around 2pm local time.
That’ll be the same time in Sydney, Brisbane, Hobart and Canberra, but for people in Adelaide and Darwin, kick-off will be at 1.30pm. In Perth, that’ll be 12pm.
How to watch the fight
The fight is being shown live and exclusive on Main Event pay-per-view. You can purchase it here for $59.99.
You can also live stream the fight for the same price on Kayo.
Full fight card
George Kambosos vs Devin Haney – lightweight
Jason Moloney vs Aston Palicte – bantamweight
Junior Fa vs Lucas Browne – heavyweight
Andrew Moloney vs Alexander Espinoza – super flyweight
Hemi Ahio vs Christian Tsoye – heavyweight
Terry Nikolas vs Lachlan Higgins – middleweight
Amari Jones vs Ankush Hooda – super welterweight
Taylah Robertson vs Sarah Higginson – flyweight
David Nyika vs Karim Mataala – cruiserweight
Yoel Angeloni vs Ken Aitken – welterweight
Hussein Fayad vs Pom Phetkum – super featherweight
Isaias Sette vs Luke Gersbeck – super welterweight