It's been billed as the largest national Australian boxing competition of this year.
That is Never gone down too well with the prior WBO welterweight World Champion, who stated that he had been"shocked" that the 25-year-old was deemed favorite from the beginning.
The fight was initially scheduled to happen on April 22.
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Ostensibly, Super Welterweight (69.8kg limitation ) is known as light middleweight or Junior middleweight by additional sanctioning bodies also is still something of a Stop-gap weight involving two legitimate classes of welterweight
Horn and Tszyu will now fight on Wednesday, August 26.
It's a midweek bout to avoid a clash with the NRL on a weekend.
The biggest domestic boxing match of 2020 will be shown live on Main Event PPV.
You can also watch it on Kayo PPV as a one-off cost, the first time that the digital platform has offered the pay-per-view option. New or Existing Kayo subscribers can order the fight by clicking here.
For both viewing options, It'll cost $59.95, which is on par with their premium fight sports events.
Here's the full Horn vs Tszyu undercard as it stands right now.
Tim Tszyu vs Jeff Horn - super welterweight
Issac Hardman vs Jamie Weetch - middleweight
Liam Wilson vs Jackson Woods - super featherweight
Shannon O'Connell vs Kylie Fulmer - super bantamweight
Joel Camilleri vs Adam Copland - middleweight
Ben Horn vs Patrick Clark - welterweight
Linn Sandstrom vs Jessica Cashman - flyweight
Ricky Hunt vs Vegas Larfiel
Tim Tszyu is the big betting favourite, opening at $1.51 to Horn's $2.44.
After a few months of lockdown, Tszyu had shortened to $1.45, with Horn at $2.62. Those odds stayed the same through July and into August.
By Monday, August 17, Tszyu had shortened to $1.41, with Horn going out to $2.75.
Looking deeper, Horn is paying $4.50 to win a decision, and $6 to score a knockout.
Tszyu is paying $2.88 to win on points, and $2.75 to stop Horn. more info visit the real source