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Published: July 7, 2021 (2 weeks ago)

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Tim Tszyu and Stevie Spark fronted the media together for the first time on Monday (AEST) before the two do battle at the Newcastle Entertainment Centre.

And while Spark spoke of living out his dream on Wednesday night, it was Tszyu who had a reality check for his underdog opponent who saved the day after stepping up in place of Michael Zerafa on one weeks’ notice.

But Tszyu’s most telling comment was very short, but very pointed, when in just two words he torched Zerafa’s no-show that led to Spark stepping in.

“Michael who…?” Tszyu asked with a wry smile when questioned for his reaction to the chaotic events of the past week.

A rising star in Australian boxing, Spark will take his 12-1 (11 KOs) record into the July 7 super welterweight match-up, for the Commonwealth and WBO Global titles, knowing he has everything to win, and nothing to lose against the No. 1 boxer in the nation.

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Spark stole some headlines earlier this year in a beatdown of Jack Brubaker, and snapped up the opportunity when No Limit Boxing came calling. According to his manager, Brendon Smith, the Spark team had made their mind up “within the first five minutes” to take the fight against Tszyu, who is 18-0, and only getting better.

“We’re not supposed to win this fight, but there’s two men in this building that believe different, and that’s myself and Stevie,” Smith said.

He added: “We haven’t come to make up the numbers in this fight. We’ve come here to really upset the apple cart.”

Spark, who has been labelled the “Cinderella Man” and hailed a hero for taking the fight, said he’d always had an “inkling” he’d face Tszyu, and that he was yet to lose in the dreams he’d had of the occasion.

“We’ve grown and matured over the years,” Spark said. “This didn’t happen overnight. [There’s been] a lot of years of hard work and sacrifice to get to this point. I’ve earned this shot and that’s why I believe I got this call.”

BANG! Spark lands one on dropout Zerafa
BANG! Spark lands one on dropout Zerafa | 00:38
For Tszyu, who was appreciative of Spark stepping up, his opponent’s big dream ultimately means very little once they get in the ring.

“This is business for me,” Tszyu said. “We’re not friends yet.”

If all goes to plan for Tszyu, who No Limit Boxing’s George Rose called a “different beast”, this will be his final local test before he can square up to the biggest names from overseas.

“I think he’s a good boxer,” Tszyu said of Spark. “He’s got the skills. But there’s levels in boxing and I’m no Brubaker.”

Any concerns over a false sense of security were put to bed by Tszyu in one, final message.

“Look, it’s good to have dreams, it’s good to have belief, it’s good to have vision,” Tszyu said.

“But once we get in the ring, all that disappears. You get into my territory, you get into my zone, you get into my cage, and there’s only thing that happens: the hope, the soul, and everything gets taken away and I’m in control.”
A late change of opponent for the Aussie prospect led to some serious shade thrown at the press conference.

Rising Australian star Tim Tszyu, the son of Down Under fighting legend and former Ricky Hatton opponent Kostya Tszyu, returns to action later this week in what will be a challenging last-minute replacement main event.

Tszyu was set to meet Michael Zerafa in the next step on his journey towards world title contention. However, Zerafa withdrew last week and in his place enters formidable young fighter Steve Spark, who possesses considerable power and has tasted defeat only once so far as a pro.

Though the course is now very much Tszyu vs. Spark, both opponents chose to direct most of their shade towards Zerafa for dropping out at a recent press conference.

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“Michael who?”, remarked Tszyu when asked a question about his originally-scheduled adversary.

“There’s a bit of anger in there. A lot of anger, actually. I’ve been preparing hard for this fight. I really wanted to take this guy out.

“Thank you to [Spark] for stepping up at such late notice, but this is business for me, we’re not friends yet.

“I’ve got one thing on my mind, that’s to take him out, by any means possible.”

Spark said: “I do this for the fans, that’s why I did jump in and take this at the last minute. If you want it bad enough you’ll make it happen, that’s referring to myself, to Tim, to No Limit.

“When you want something bad enough you’ll go ahead and make it happen, unlike some other fighters who aren’t willing to do that.”

Here’s all you need to know about the Wednesday fight night.

Date: Wednesday, July 7th
Time: 19:00 AEST / 10:00 BST
Tszyu vs. Spark begins its live coverage of the main card at 7pm local time in Australia, which is 10am in the UK and 5am on the east coast of the US. Main event ringwalks are anticipated at some time after 9:30pm AEST/12:30pm BST/ 7:30am ET, though as ever the exact start time of the headline attraction will depend on how long the undercard runs.

Tszyu-Spark will be available to watch in Australia via Kayo and Foxtel’s Pay-per-View channel, Main Event (Channel 521). International streaming options have yet to be confirmed at press time. Viewers in the U.S. can watch on ESPN+.

The event takes place at Newcastle Entertainment Centre in the harbour city of Newcastle, New South Wales in Australia.

Nationality:  Australian
Born:  November 2, 1994
Height:  5ft 9ins
Reach:  72ins
Total fights:   18
Record:   18-0, 14 KOs
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Born: 23rd June, 1992
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