How to watch Gallen Fight live stream? Here we have the watching guideline. The former NRL premiership-winning skipper Paul Gallen will lock horns with the Maroons’ great Justin Hodges and Ben Hannant on Thursday, 15th Sept. inside Nissan Arena, Brisbane.
The former NRL premiership-winning skipper and New South Wales’ Paul Gallen will take on the Maroons’ greats Justin Hodges and Ben Hannant on the same night. The viewers will be up for a treat as the main event will bring the NSW and Queensland Maroons rivalry into the boxing ring.
Paul Gallen is on an impressive 12-2-1 record. He knocked out his opponents seven times. However, it will be his first bout since a decision defeat against Kris Terzievski in May.
Among his two opponents, Justin Hodges looms as a great threat. Hodges is on a 5-1-0 record. The 40-year-old has conflicted with Gallen for a long time. Finally, the two will battle it out in the boxing ring.
On the other hand, Ben Hannant is expected to be an easy opponent for Gallen. Hannant played his only match in June for a KO defeat against Hodges.
Paul Gallen will fight four two-minute rounds in each fight. He will get at least an hour of rest between the games.
Here are the Main Cards of the event
- Paul Gallen vs. Justin Hodges
- Paul Gallen vs. Ben Hannant
- Benjamin Hussain vs. Lachlan Higgins
- Joe Godall vs. Arsene Fosso
- Ty Telford vs. Vanlalawmpuia
- Jack Bowen vs. Renold Quinlan
- Jalen Tait vs. K Mudaliar
- Junior Tafa vs. David Tuliloa
- Angel Rushton vs. Ange Harries
- Stephanie Mfongwot vs. Desley Robinson
- Miles Zalewski vs. Shiva Mishra
How to Watch Paul Gallen Fight via Live Stream on Kayo
You can live stream the Gallen vs Hodges and Hannant on Kayo in Australia. It will also be available on Fox Sports and Main Event. Tune in to Fox Sports 3 at 6:00 pm AEST to watch the actions. You can buy the Kayo PPV here.
The main event between Gallen vs Hodges and Hannant is a pay-per-view fight. Fans must count $59.95 to purchase the main cards through the Main Event. Kayo will cover the match live for the pay-per-view viewers.