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StREAMS@Today(LIVE)-NIKITA TSZYU v DYLAN BIGGS LIVE FIGHT ON 22 NOV 2023



StREAMS@Today(LIVE)-NIKITA TSZYU v DYLAN BIGGS LIVE FIGHT ON 22 NOV 2023

📺📱👉Nikita Tszyu vs Dylan Biggs LIVE


Nikita Tszyu vs Dylan Biggs Boxing Fight 2023: Latest news, date, time, fight card, how to watch, odds and everything you need to know

Nikita Tszyu is set for the toughest fight of his career and a boxing world champion has given the rising star a reality check.

Australian boxing fans are set to be treated to a boxing “war” between Nikita Tszyu and Dylan Biggs on Wednesday night.

In the biggest domestic showdown since Tim Tszyu fought Jeff Horn, Biggs will defend his Australian super welterweight title against the younger Tszyu brother at the Newcastle Entertainment Centre.

Biggs, 21, is the younger but more experienced fighter, while Tszyu has the surname and firepower that makes him a major drawcard for promoters.

The build up to the fight has been overshadowed by controversy over promoter No Limit’s plans to make Biggs walk to the ring before Tszyu, a move that’s riled Biggs given boxing tradition states the champion walks out last.

Former boxing world champion Shawn Porter told news.com.au: “I think Nikita should be walking first. He isn’t the champion. Dylan is right. He is the Australian super welterweight champion.

“He supposed to walk second. You honour that.

“I get what Nikita’s doing. It’s great tactics. You get buzz going, people talking and beyond that, you get your opponent worried and concerned about things. It’s good tactics on both sides, I like it.”

Porter is predicting fireworks when the two young stars finally get in the ring together.

“I think this is going to be a dynamite fight, an underrated fight in my personal opinion,” he said.

“This is war. This is nuclear, right here. I can see both guys going down. We’re definitely going to see both guys get hurt multiple times during this fight.

“At the end of the day, I hate to see guys get battered, but we’re going to see some hurt on fight night on both sides, which I think is the intriguing part of boxing.”

Porter believes Tszyu’s tendency to open his shoulders and swing for the fences could go one of two ways.

He said: “It’s either going to work for Nikita or it’s going to work against him. That’s how boxing goes. This is who gets who first, 100 per cent.

“He hasn’t had anyone that can capitalise on the small mistakes that he does make. I think the big