Watch Horn vs Zerafa Live Stream Free Boxing Fight 2019 Online. Jeff Horn, the most active boxer in Australia, made his Victorian debut on August 31 against Bengigo tough Melbourne boxer Michael Zerafar.
Jeff Horn’s next fight is confirmed on August 31 with the former World welterweight champions facing Bendigo native Michael Zerfa.
Event: Horn vs Zerafa
Date: Saturday, August 31, 2019
Time: 7pm AEST
Location: Bendigo, Australia
TV Network: FOX PPV
Live Stream: Watch LIVE Here
August 31 Battle of Bendigo, because Horn is crucial. His team is in talks for a world title in his next fight, and losing to Zerfa will destroy those aspirations. A win for Zerfa would have elevated him to be the only Australian who defeated Jeff Horn and argued himself for the glory of the world title.
The fight against former England IBF welterweight champion Kell Brook has been seen in action in the Twenty20 clash, a must win in both boxing battles.
Horn (5-7, 6 KO), 3 years old, when he famously defeated the future Hall of Famer Manny Pacquiao in 2017, but he dropped his championship belt to American Terrence Crawford after a one-sided fight at Las. Vegas last year
Queenslander is now looking at rebuilding his career and will select Geraffer (2 26-3, 6 KO) in the middleweight of what will be his first fight in Victoria since 20.
Zerafa (2,) is a former Victorian super middleweight champion and went on to win the first knockout victory over Les Sherrington at the Melbourne Pavilion in April.
The competition will be held at the new Bendigo Stadium, which features a retractable seat, which can accommodate up to 1.5 visitors.
Victoria Tourism, Sports and Main Events Minister Martin Pakula says securing the fight is a turning point for Bendigo and regional Victoria.
“Victoria is unmatched as the sport and event capital and we are delighted to bring this national high class fight to the brand new Bendigo Stadium,” he said. “These national sports events are more than just great specs, they are a big driver of the regional economy and provide great opportunities for local businesses.”
Horn will have his first fight since December, when he floated Australian veteran Anthony Mundine in the first two minutes at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane.
Horn’s camp earlier this year confirmed the fight with Japanese middleweight Ryota Murata, but withdrew from Australia as wife Joe was close to giving birth to their second child. Hoping to stay on a new date with Murata, it never materialized.
Horn then told ESPN that he would enjoy the opportunity to fight Mexican superstar Canelo Alvarez and prove to everyone that he was no fight-surprises.
Former welterweight title holder Jeff Horn (19-1-1, 13 KO) is currently agreed to go with Australian fighter Michael Geraffer (26-3, 15 KO) at Bendigo on August 31. The fight will be held exclusively at the new Bendigo Stadium which is expected to seat 4,000 fans for the event.
According to a report from ESPN, former welterweight title holder Jeff Horn (1-3, 6KO) has agreed to take on fellow Australian fighter Michael Zerafa (2-3-3, 6KO) on August 5th in Bendigo. The fight will be held exclusively at the new Bendigo Stadium which is expected to seat 4,000 fans for the event.
The 5-year-old Horn came to a win last November with a break from Anthony Mundine, his first win since the defeat of Terrence Crawford last summer.
Meanwhile, Zeraffa (2,) also earned a stoppage win in a comeback fight against Les Sherrington this April, following a unanimous decision over Kelly Brook last December.
Victoria’s Tourism, Sport and Main Event Minister Martin Pacula says he believes the fight will be a major moment for the region when it comes to thinking:
“Victoria is unparalleled as the sport and event capital and we are delighted to bring this national high class fight to the brand new Bendigo Stadium,” he said. “These national sporting events are more than just great specs, they are big drivers of the regional economy and provide great opportunities for local businesses.”