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Proving Ground: Tim Tszyu Takes Crown As King of Aussie Boxing

Today in Townsville, Queensland, Australia, rising Super-Welterweight 🇦🇺Tim Tszyu proved he is the future of Australian boxing after delivering an eighth round stoppage in a dominant performance over fellow Aussie and tough veteran 🇦🇺Jeff Horn. Continue reading “Proving Ground: Tim Tszyu Takes Crown As King of Aussie Boxing”

Proving Ground: Tim Tszyu vs Jeff Horn

An intriguing battle will take place from “The Land Down Under” on Wednesday as world prospect & regional title holder 🇦🇺Tim Tszyu (IBF Australian Super-Welterweight) will be out to prove that he is a legit force to be dealt with in the Super-Welterweight division. Tszyu will be taking on tough veteran and former WBO Welterweight Champion 🇦🇺Jeff “The Hornet” Horn in a 10 round battle from Queensland Country Bank Stadium in Townsville, Australia. Continue reading “Proving Ground: Tim Tszyu vs Jeff Horn”

Michael Zerafa Knocks out Jeff Horn

Meanwhile in Bendigo…

Any thoughts of 🇦🇺Jeff Horn meeting up with Ryota Murata in December to attempt to become a two division champion were brought to a halt by 🇦🇺Michael Zerafa as he delivered a 9th round knockout in a huge upset today in Australia.

Zerafa (27-3-1, 16KO) scored knockdowns in the 2nd and again in the 9th round when Horn (19-2-1, 13KO) was badly beaten and stopped.

Horn and Zerafa Square off in “Battle of Bendigo”

Bragging rights in Australia are at stake Saturday when former Welterweight Titlist 🇦🇺Jeff Horn (19-1-1, 13KO) faces fellow countryman 🇦🇺Michael Zerafa (26-3-0, 15KO) in a 12 round Middleweight bout at Bendigo Stadium in Victoria, Australia. Continue reading “Horn and Zerafa Square off in “Battle of Bendigo””

Horn Blasts Mundine Out In First Round

Jeff Horn bounced back from his title fight loss to Terence Crawford with a easy dispatching of the overmatched, 43 year old Anthony Mundine who as many knew, took on one more fight than he should have before calling it a career.

Right from the opening bell Jeff Horn proved to be too powerful, going right at Mundine, attacking with aggressive work that included hard hooks to the body before landing a left hand directly on the point of Mundine’s chin which put him down and out at the 1:36 mark of the first round. IMG_20181130_075656

After the fight Mundine thanked the crowd in Brisbane for their support throughout his career. He was asked “Is this it?” Mundine simply replied “It is. It’s over.”

Jeff Horn is now 19-1-1, 13KO

Anthony Mundine 48-9-0, 28KO