Australian contender Tim Tszyu to the next big fight of his career as he takes on Bowyn Morgan in a world title eliminator on Wednesday, a step towards a World title shot as announced by the WBO.
The boxing governing body announced, the winner of the fight will get a title shot, if Super Welterweight Champion Patrick Teixeira and contender Brian Castano cannot come to agreement for a fight before January 6th. This paves was for a the Aussie and an added motivation for the 26 year old, who has somehow found a way to stay undefeated in 16 fights and established his name as Australia’s pound for pound best.
Bowyn Morgan will be bringing a whole new test to Tim Tszyu career with his nuggety and powerful style, which is far different from what the Aussie has faced in his previous fights. The ones beaten Kiwi has so far been victorious in 21 fights and hasn’t lost a fight since 2016.
Tim Tszyu is coming off a technical Knockout victory over Former WBO welterweight champion Jeff Horn. A fight that earned him world recognition which could grow further, if he is able to defeat New Zealand’s Morgan.
The 26 year Old Tszyu is looking to match his father’s legacy, who was able to achieve greatness in earning undisputed status and Lineal junior lightweight titles in his Prime.
Fight Card Preview
Tim Tszyu vs. Bowyn Morgan, 10 rounds, junior middleweights
Bowie Tupou vs. Demsey McKean, 10 rounds, heavyweights
Paul Fleming vs. Bruno Tarimo, 10 rounds junior lightweights
Ty Telford vs. Darragh Foley, 10 rounds, junior welterweights
Kye MacKenzie vs. Kayne Clarke, 10 rounds, lightweights
Liam Wilson vs. Rodynie Rafol, 6 rounds, lightweights
Luke Jackson vs. Tyson Lantry, 6 rounds, lightweights
Mark Hunt vs. Paul Gallen, 6 rounds, heavyweights
Riccardo Colosimo vs. Dillon Bargero , 4 rounds, junior middleweights
Oscar Doane vs. Coopar Smith-Royal, 4 rounds, junior welterweights