How to Watch Horn vs Tszyu Pay Per View Live

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Everyone in Australia wants to know how and where to watch the biggest domestic boxing clash in recent memory between Jeff Horn and Tim Tszyu. These two, elite-level super welterweights represent the best Australian boxing has to offer, and both have plans for a major world title shot.

The fight can be watched by a number of ways, whether you fancy watching at home on your TV with a group of mates, or on a mobile device when on the move. Check out this guide below to find out which works best for you. 

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This fight has all the hallmarks of a classic, with the seasoned former world champ, Horn taking on the new unbeaten pretender, Tszyu. Horn has been in the ring with some of the best pound-for-pound boxers around such as Manny Pacquiao and Terrance Crawford at Super Welterweight, one of the most competitive weight divisions in modern boxing. 

Tim Tszyu comes from boxing royalty. His father Kostya was an amateur world champ who went on to become one of the biggest names in the sport. Tim is so far unbeaten in 15 fights and carries the hopes of a nation as the future of Australian boxing. 

Both fighters have a lot to prove, and a loss for either could mean the end to their world title hopes. It certainly promises to be explosive, so you won’t want to miss a second once the bell rings and the gloves touch. 

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How to Stream Horn vs Tszyu in Australia

In Australia, Horn vs Tszyu can be watched via Main Event, a Pay-Per-View channel that broadcasts all the biggest head-to-heads in combat sports. There are two main ways in which you can access Main Event, both of which are listed here below.

Stream Main Event with Foxtel

Main Event can be viewed with a standard Foxtel plan on your iQ4 box. Main Event is not available with Foxtel Now. You must have a standard bundle in place (from $54) to get access to Main Event. Once you have access to the channel you can pay a one-off $59.95 pay-per-view price and watch every fight on the evening’s card, including Horn v Tszyu.

If you want to stream Horn vs Tszyu with Foxtel, simply use the Foxtel Go app that comes as part of your Foxtel iQ4 plan. Once you have paid for the event, just download the app and stream on a wide range of devices including your PC or tablet.   

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Stream Horn vs Tszyu via Kayo Sports

Kayo is by far the easiest way to watch stream Horn v Tszyu. You don’t even have to have a Kayo subscription. With Kayo you can make a one-off $59.95 payment to watch the entire evening of boxing – and if you don’t want to continue with Kayo after, you can simply opt-out. After the fight, why not take advantage of Kayo’s free 14-day trial and watch over 50 live sports including Boxing, WWE and UFC Fight Nights

Kayo can be streamed on a variety of devices and browsers, including PCs and Macs, iOS and Android phones and tablets, Apple and Telstra TV, as well as the popular Google Chromecast, Safari, Firefox, Chrome and Microsoft Edge, with more apps and platforms added as they become available.  

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Horn v Tszyu Live TV Fixtures (Sydney time)

As well as Horn v Tszyu, there are plenty other mouthwatering fights on the undercard with some of Australia’s most promising upcoming fighters on show. Fight times will vary depending on the outcome of each bout. Horn v Tszyu will be the last bout of the evening. 

Wed 26th AugJeff Horn v Tim TszyuLIVE: Approx 9.30pmMain Event
Wed 26th AugJessica Cashman v Linn SandstromLIVE: from 7.00pmMain Event
Wed 26th AugLiam Wilson v Jackson WoodsLIVE: from 7.00pmMain Event
Wed 26th AugCameron Hammond v Will ParsonsLIVE: from 7.00pmMain Event
Wed 26th AugJamie Weetch v Isaac HardmanLIVE: from 7.00pmMain Event
Wed 26th AugBen Horn v Patrick ClarkeLIVE: from 7.00pmMain Event
Wed 26th AugJoel Camillieri v Adam CoplandLIVE: from 7.00pmMain Event

All events shown as Sydney time, adjust for regional differences. Due to broadcasting agreement, there is no Horn v Tzsyu on free to air provider in Australia.

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So, if you’re a resident of Australia you may want to check out the Kayo Sports 14 day free trial, which offers the same channels and coverage as Foxtel. With Kayo you can stream the combat sports live and in high definition using eligible devices. All you need is an internet connection.

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