Where To Stream Liam Wilson vs Carlos Alanis (LIVE) fight in Australia and New Zealand

Where To Stream Liam Wilson vs Carlos Alanis (LIVE) fight in Australia and New Zealand

With fierce determination, Nikita Tszyu has solemnly declared his intention to force Jack Brubaker into early retirement, a feat he plans to achieve before redirecting his formidable punches towards his own brother, Tim. The once-imposed sparring ban between the Tszyu siblings has been lifted, and Nikita is prepared to capitalize on this opportunity.

In a historic moment for Nikita, he is set to headline his first-ever pay-per-view fight. The grand stage for this high-stakes showdown will be none other than the iconic Hordern Pavilion, with the epic clash scheduled to unfold on Wednesday night.

Tszyu vs Brubaker live stream: Start Time, Venue, Date, PPV Info

Venue: Hordern Pavillion, Sydney, Australia

Date: Wednesday, August 23

Start Time: 7:00 pm AEST / 11:00 am UTC / 4:00 am PST / 12:00 pm BST

TV Channel: FoxSports

Live Stream: KayoPPV

While the lead-up to this encounter had maintained a certain level of civility between the two fighters, a seismic shift occurred during their weigh-in at the Entertainment Quarter on Tuesday. The formerly amicable atmosphere transformed, giving way to a charged ambiance as the contenders faced off on the scales.

All eyes are now fixed on the impending battle as Nikita Tszyu and Jack Brubaker prepare to cross paths in a contest that holds the promise of fireworks. The anticipation is mounting, and fight enthusiasts everywhere are eagerly awaiting the electrifying showdown that is set to unfold.


As they faced off in front of the cameras, Tszyu – at the instruction of Tim – told Brubaker that this fight would be his last.

“I was just telling him, ‘This is going to be your final fight, this is going to be your retirement, your last time in the sport … so enjoy it while it lasts,’” Tszyu said.

“I told him, ‘I’m your grim reaper’. It feels good. That’s why I have my hood on right now. I feel like the grim reaper. I’m channeling that energy. I just need my scythe and I’m there.”

How to watch Wilson vs Alanis live stream in Australia & New Zealand

Fox Sports:

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Foxtel / Kayo Sports:

The full fight card is also available to stream on Foxtel and Kayo Sports ($59.95). Fans who already have its subscription won’t need a separate Kayo subscription to purchase the PPV. Kayo Sports is a renowned streaming platform which provides access to stream over 50 sports, including NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, F1, MotoGP, European Football, International Cricket, and much more.

Full Fight Card:

  • Nikita Tszyu vs Jack Brubaker (Super Welterweight)
  • Liam Wilson vs Carlos Alanis (Super Featherweight)
  • Koen Mazoudier vs Benjamin Hussain (Super Welterweight)
  • These Vousiutu vs Kiki Toa Leutele (Heavyweight)
  • Luke Jackson vs Tyson Lantry (Lightweight)
  • Amber Amelia vs Erini Ramirez (Super Bantamweight)
  • Ralph Etienne vs Amaeze Enyi (Light Heavyweight)

This circumstance led to the intervention of the family patriarch, their grandfather Boris, who took the decisive step of prohibiting them from engaging in sparring sessions against one another. Nevertheless, this ruling is poised to undergo a transformation in the near future.

“Nikita said of Tim, describing his brother’s unparalleled skill set. Recognizing Tim’s mastery in the realm of fighting, Nikita emphasized the unique value he brings as a sparring partner.

He humorously added, “In the spirit of fairness, I hope Tim gets matched with a southpaw opponent, allowing me to contribute and level the playing field a bit. It’s all about balance.”

Nikita’s sentiments reflected a blend of admiration and acknowledgment of the formidable fighter his brother has become. “While I’m still working up to the level where I can spar with Tim,” he conceded, “sometimes you need to plunge into the deep waters. It’s akin to the way our father taught us to swim, with the hope that we’d manage to stay afloat.”

Liam Wilson vs Carlos Alanis – super-featherweight – 10 rounds

Liam Wilson: 11-2 (7 KOs)
Age: 27
Height: 176cm
Weight: 58.76kg
Reach: 178cm

Carlos Alanis: 12-0 (4 KOs)
Age: 25
Height: 175cm
Weight: 58.84kg
Reach: 180cm