Watch! Tszyu vs Spark Live Stream on Kayo Pay-Per-View

by kent shantio
Published: July 6, 2021 (3 weeks ago)


Watch this Boxing PPV event Live on Kayo Wednesday 7th July from 7pm AEST

Australian boxing’s favourite son, Tim Tszyu steps back into the ring on Wednesday night at the Newcastle Entertainment Centre, taking on unheralded “Cinderella man” Steve Spark.

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In what may be his last fight against domestic opposition before challenging for world titles, Tszyu has had to recalibrate his approach to a new opponent on just a week’s notice after the stunning, last-minute withdrawal of long-term rival Michael Zerafa.

Live Link:: Tim Tszyu vs Steve Spark live

Spark has promised to “upset the apple” when he steps into the ring against the unbeaten Tszyu, but will he be able to manage the step up in class as well as the step up in weight?

Here’s everything you need to know about Tim Tszyu’s fight against Steve Spark.

See undefeated superstar Tim Tszyu take on up and coming Toowoomba fighter Stevie Spark who won over fight fans back in April with a classy victory against Jack Brubaker. Stream the full fight card Live on Kayo Wednesday 7th July from 7pm AEST.

Your Pay-Per-View purchase also includes Full Access to Kayo until 11:59PM AEST 11/07/21. If you don’t have a separate Full Access Kayo subscription, after this date your access will change to Kayo Freebies.


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How can Watch Tszyu vs Spark PPV fight live in Australia?

The Tszyu vs Spark fight is available to watch on Kayo as a Pay-Per-View event for $59.95. You don’t need a separate Full Access Kayo subscription to purchase this PPV. Click the green ORDER NOW button on this page and follow the instructions to complete your order.

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If you don’t have a separate Full Access Kayo subscription, you will also have access to Kayo until 11:59PM AEST 11th July 2021. During this time you’ll be able to stream the full PPV fight card at any time On-Demand and also stream any Live & On-Demand content available on Kayo. To continue your Full Access to Kayo after this time, you’ll need to subscribe to a monthly package. Existing Full Access Kayo subscribers, your regular Kayo subscription will not be impacted if you purchase this PPV event, unless you change or cancel.

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No. Pay-Per-View events are not included in Kayo monthly subscriptions. Kayo customers with an active Full Access subscription will need to purchase this PPV for $59.95.

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The 24-year-old Queenslander was pouring pints in his local when the call came to take on Tszyu on just seven days’ notice after Zerafa ruled himself out.

Does that mean he’s a bit-part pro with no chance? Far from it.

Spark’s last defeat came all the way back in 2015 in what was his second professional fight, a majority decision over four rounds against Chinese pro Baishanbo Nasiyiwula, in China.

Since then, Spark has fought and won 11 times, winning 10-straight by way of knockout to come into this with a professional record of 12-1.

Granted, most of those wins came in smaller shows in Toowoomba, but it was his latest victory over Jack Brubaker that made Australian boxing fans sit up and really take notice.

Fighting at welterweight on the undercard of the Paul Gallen-Lucas Browne fight in Wollongong back in April, Spark gave Brubaker a real boxing lesson.

“They do talk about me being a knockout artist, but I can also box as well, I showed that with the Jack fight,” Spark said at Monday’s pre-fight press conference.

Tszyu was expected to meet long-time rival Michael Zerafa in a real grudge match that the Victorian had been pursuing for years.

However, when push came to shove, Zerafa sensationally pulled out, citing concerns over coronavirus in New South Wales.

The Tszyu camp didn’t buy that though, claiming Zerafa never wanted the fight and had run scared.

“We knew from the moment he looked Tim in the eyes at the press conference and went quiet that he never wanted this fight,” Tszyu’s promoter George Rose said.

There are a couple of ripping contests on the undercard.

Undefeated Queenslander Liam Wilson (9-0) meets experienced Philippine fighter Joe Noynay (18-2) over 10 rounds for the WBO Asia Pacific super featherweight title.

Wade Ryan (18-9) and Troy O’Meley (11-1) will also fight 10 rounds at super welterweight in an all-New South Wales contest for the IBO international title.

The other non-title contests include Miles Zalewski (8-1) vs Lee Fook (0-2) at super lightweight, Sam Ah See (13-0-1) vs Czar Amonsot (35-5-3) at welterweight and Linn Sandstrom (1-1) vs Natalie Hills (debut) at super flyweight.