Best way to watch Tszyu vs Fundora PPV Fight from Australia

Tszyu vs Fundora fight kicks off in Las Vegas

The main card kicks off in Las Vegas at 11:00 AM AEDT, with the highly anticipated Tszyu vs Fundora fight scheduled for 2:30 PM. Australian viewers can catch the live broadcast of this thrilling boxing match.

Tim Tszyu, representing Australia, aims to claim the unified pro-boxing championship in the super welterweight division as he takes on American boxer Sebastian Fundora at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, USA, this Sunday.

Tszyu will be defending his WBO super welterweight title in Sin City, with the added stakes of the vacant WBC title up for grabs.


Date: Sunday, March 31, 2024
Time: 11:00 am AEDT
Main Event Ringwalk: 3:00 pm AEDT (approx)
Main Event: Tszyu vs. Fundora
Co-main Event: Rolly vs Pitbull
Venue: T-Mobile Arena
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
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Where to watch Tim Tszyu vs Sebastian Fundora live in Australia?

You can catch the Tim Tszyu vs Sebastian Fundora fight via pay-per-view on Main Event and Kayo Sports. The boxing event kicks off at 2:30 PM in Australia. Additionally, the preliminaries can be viewed on Kayo Sports and Channel 503.

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Rolly vs Pitbull Preview

The Tim Tszyu vs. Sebastian Fundora boxing event also showcases the highly anticipated match-up between Rolando “Rolly” Romero and Isaac “Pitbull” Cruz as the co-main event. Cruz is bulking up, moving from 135 to 140 pounds, to take on Romero.

Romero boasts a professional record of 15-1, with an impressive 13 knockout victories. Despite having only one super lightweight fight under his belt, he currently holds the WBA super lightweight championship.

On the other hand, Cruz holds a record of 25-2-1, with 17 wins by knockout. In 2022, Cruz secured the WBO inter-continental lightweight title and the WBC silver lightweight title in consecutive bouts.

While the Tszyu vs. Fundora bout promises to be the main highlight with Tszyu’s undefeated record against Fundora’s 20-1 standing, the Romero vs. Cruz match stands out as one of the most compelling co-main events in contemporary boxing.

Tim Tszyu Bio and Record

Nationality: Australian
Age: 29
Nickname: The Soul Taker
Record: 24-0-0
KOs: 17
Weight: 154 lbs (70 kg)
Height: 5’8½” (1.74 m)
Reach: 70½” (179 cm)
Stance: Orthodox

Sebastian Fundora Record and Bio

Nationality: American
Age: 26
Nickname: The Towering Inferno
Record: 20-1-1
KOs: 13
Weight: 153.5 lbs (69.77 kg)
Height: 6’5½” (1.97 m)
Reach: 80″ (203 cm)
Stance: Southpaw


  • Main card
    Tim Tszyu vs Sebastian Fundora, 12 rounds, super welterweight – Tszyu’s WBO title, vacant WBC title
    Rolando Romero vs Isaac Cruz, 12 rounds, super lightweight – Romero’s WBA title
    Erislandy Lara vs Michael Zerafa, 12 rounds, middleweight – Lara’s WBA title
    Julio Cesar Martine vs Angelino Cordova, 12 rounds, flyweight – Martinez’s WBC title
  • Preliminary card
    Serhii Bohachuk vs Brian Mendoza, 12 rounds, super welterweight – interim WBC title
    Curmel Moton vs Anthony Cuba, 8 rounds, super featherweight
  • Early prelims
    Mirco Cuello vs Sulaiman Segawa, 8 rounds, featherweight
    Justin Viloria vs Erick Garcia Benitez, 6 rounds, super featherweight
    Kaipo Gallegos vs Eric Howard, 6 rounds, super featherweight
    Adrian Neaves vs Steven Walker, 4 rounds, super lightweight

Yet, Tim Tszyu‘s reputation for delivering devastating body blows suggests that the height differential might actually work to the advantage of the Australian fighter.

Although the spotlight will undoubtedly be on the Tim Tszyu vs Sebastian Fundora showdown in Las Vegas, the main card will also feature Tszyu’s compatriot Michael Zerafa as he takes on Erislandy Lara for the WBA middleweight title.

As for the anticipated ring entrance of the Australian duo, what time can you expect it?

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