Paul Gallen v Kris Terzievski fight time, live stream, undercard information and fight preview
Gallen sensationally stormed out of his pre-fight press conference on Monday, but he went into business mode on Tuesday when he weighed in at 103.9kg — significantly heavier than the 99.4kg frame he carried ahead of his showdown with Justis Huni last year.
How to watch the Paul Gallen-Kris Terzievski boxing fight
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Rugby league star turned boxer Paul Gallen is set to make history against Kris Terzievski before potentially hanging up the gloves to pursue a managerial role in the NRL.
Gallen, who played for Cronulla, NSW and Australia, will become just the second NRL player after Solomon Haumono to win the Australian heavyweight title, but the first to hold the Australasian title simultaneously.
But Gallen faces a tricky opponent in southpaw Terzievski who has just one loss from 12 fights.
Paul Gallen’s blockbuster fight against Kris Terzievski can be easily watched on Main Event and Kayo — and the dramatic build up shows it’s one not to be missed.
The title fight headlines a stacked card for the Newcastle Entertainment Centre fight night.
Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch the fight.
NRL star turned pro boxer Paul Gallen (12-1-1, 7 KOs) goes up against Australasian heavyweight champion Kris Terzievski (10-1-1, 8 KOs) in the main event at Newcastle Entertainment Centre in Broadmeadow, NSW on Wednesday, May 11. The pair squares in the scheduled for ten rounds championship bout headlining the six-fight card live on pay-per-view. In addition, a vacant Australian title is on the line.
While Terzievski holds a significant height advantage
Elsewhere on the card, Olympic bronze medallist Harry Garside and Nikita ‘The Butcher’ Tszyu, brother of superstar Tim, lace-up after quick turnarounds.
Garside, who won the vacant Australian lightweight title, defends his belt against Layton McFerron.
The youngest of the Tszyu Clan takes on Mason Smith.
The former NSW State of Origin captain is hoping to make history as the first code-hopper to ever win a legitimate heavyweight title belt.
He was also 1kg heavier than Terzievski.Paul Gallen was installed as a heavy favourite by the bookies to win his fight against Kris Terzievksi in Newcastle tonight, but they'll be starting to get nervous as the money rushes in for the underdog.