Nikita Tszyu vs. Jack Brubaker Live Online From Australia

A couple of Australia’s most exciting young boxers will grace the ring in Sydney when Nikita Tszyu (6-0) and Liam Wilson (11-2) co-headline a pay-per-view event.

The hard-punching duo will take on Jack Brubaker (17-4-2) and Carlos Alanis (12-0) respectively.

Can the youngest member of the Tszyu family stop the charismatic Brubaker quicker than the four rounds it took his brother, or will the Cronulla Cowboy square the ledger against the famous surname?

Also in action, Wilson will be hoping to make a statement in his first outing since a heart-breaking world title defeat to Emanuel Navarrete.

The powerful Queenslander will be looking to put himself right back in the world title picture against an unbeaten Argentine opponent.

Here’s everything you need to know about the event:

When is Nikita Tszyu vs. Jack Brubaker?

  • Date: Wednesday, August 23
  • Start time: 6pm AEST
  • Main event: 10pm AEST, depending on the length of earlier bouts
  • order the PPV here

Tszyu vs. Brubaker is on Wednesday, August 23. The card is due to start at 6pm AEST. The main event is expected to begin around 10pm AEST.

Doors to the venue open at 5:30pm.

How to watch Nikita Tszyu vs. Jack Brubaker

The Tszyu vs. Brubaker fight card will be available live on Fox Sports, Main Event and Kayo.

Fans will be able to tune into some undercard action on Fox Sports (Ch. 503) and Kayo from 6pm before the broadcast switches over to pay-per-view at 7pm.

After that, Foxtel subscribers can purchase the PPV portion through Main Event.

Alternatively, users with Kayo can purchase Tszyu vs. Brubaker through the app.

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The double header PPV will cost fans $59.95.

Where is Nikita Tszyu vs. Jack Brubaker?

The event will be held at the iconic Hordern Pavilion in Sydney.

It will be Tszyu’s second appearance at the venue, having just hung on against a fast-finishing Ben Horn there last year, while Brubaker will be making his debut at the Hordern.

Nikita Tszyu v. Jack Brubaker tickets

General sale tickets became available to purchase from 4pm on Thursday, August 3.

Nikita Tszyu vs. Jack Brubaker odds

Tszyu is a raging hot favourite to get the victory, rated a $1.09 chance with the bookies.

Brubaker is the $8 outsider.

Nikita Tszyu vs. Jack Brubaker fight card

Bouts and order subject to change.

  • Nikita Tszyu vs. Jack Brubaker; Super welterweight
  • Liam Wilson vs. Carlos Alanis; Super featherweight
  • Toese Vousiutu vs. Kiki Toa Leutele; Heavyweight
  • Koen Mazoudier vs. Ben Hussain; Super welterweight
  • Luke Jackson vs. Tyson Lantry; Lightweight
  • Ralph Etienne vs. Amaeze Enyi; Light heavyweight
  • Amber Amelia vs. Erini Ramirez; Featherweight

Nikita Tszyu record and bio

Nationality: Australian
Age: 25
Height: 177cm (5′ 10″)
Reach: 178cm (70″)
Total fights: 6
Record: 6-0 with 5 wins via knockout

Jack Brubaker record and bio

Nationality: Australian
Age: 31
Height: 175cm (5′ 9″)
Reach: 181cm (71.5″)
Total fights: 23
Record: 17-4-2 with seven wins via knockout

Anthony Joshua Live: AJ vs Robert Helenius fight live online PPV

On Saturday, Anthony Joshua is set to face Robert Helenius due to a last-minute change in plans. The anticipated rematch between Joshua and his original opponent, Dillian Whyte, was called off after Whyte tested positive for a prohibited substance in a recent drug test. The much-anticipated Joshua vs. Whyte 2 would have marked a significant eight-year rematch, as Joshua aimed to avenge his earlier amateur loss to Whyte by knocking him out in 2015. However, this exciting rematch was canceled as a result of Whyte’s failed drug test. Despite the initial uncertainty surrounding Joshua’s participation on Saturday, his promoter Eddie Hearn hinted at a forthcoming announcement. It was revealed that Robert Helenius will step in to replace Whyte for the bout, which is scheduled to take place at the O2 Arena in London.

But first AJ faces Swedish-born Finn Helenius on Saturday at the O2 Arena on just seven days notice.

Joshua was scheduled to rematch Dillian Whyte until his old rival was withdrawn amid a failed drug test.

Promoter Eddie Hearn was left scrambling to find a substitute to ensure the whole show did not get KO’d.

And they landed on Helenius, who boxed just last weekend in a 15th-century three-tower CASTLE located in Savonlinna.

Anthony Joshua vs. Robert Helenius Fight card

Start time and date

Anthony Joshua vs. Robert Helenius is scheduled to take place on Saturday, August 12, 2023. The main card is scheduled to begin at 2 p.m. ET with the main event ringwalks expected to take place at 5 p.m. ET.


Tickets to watch this fight at the O2 Arena in London, England are available here.

Live streams

Anthony Joshua vs. Robert Helenius will air on DAZN. Initially, when Jermaine Franklin was still Joshua’s opponent, this event was offered as a PPV product on DAZN. However, the event is now scheduled to air on regular DAZN, requiring only a DAZN subscription to view.

The fight costs $59.99 on both DAZN PPV and ESPN+ PPV. To make that purchase you would need to have a subscription to one of those services. DAZN costs $19.99 a month on a 12-month contract or $24.99 month-to-month.

Anthony Joshua vs. Robert Helenius prediction, best bets

Providing all is well with the world, this fight is over before it even begins. Joshua is younger, fresher, quicker, stronger, and he’s a far better fighter.

Helenius has a respectable record of 32-4 (21 KOs), but each time he’s stepped up in class, he’s been found wanting, and three of his four losses were by knockout. Johann Duhaupas stopped him in six, Erkan Teper took him out in eight, and Deontay Wilder popped his balloon in one.

It’s not a case of if Joshua wins, but when.

As a barometer for how AJ may get the job done here, it’s probably best to look at the Wilder fight. While Joshua doesn’t punch as hard as “The Bronze Bomber”, he still has 22 knockouts in 25 wins and can crack with both hands.

Helenius had a full training camp for Wilder, whereas the 39-year-old only has days to prepare for this one. Joshua has been cautious of late, but he’ll be looking to get things over quickly and put this whole debacle behind him.

Expect AJ to let go with some big bombs and test the late replacement’s chin and ambition very early. A fun bet would be a second-round finish, which is good value right now.