No Limit Boxing unveils 2022 calendar of World class boxing events
Fight fans will be punching the air in celebration today after No Limit Boxing announced a 12-month calendar of World Class boxing events at their 2022 launch. The whose who of sport and entertainment attended the black carpet event to celebrate the announcement at an iconic Sydney location under the Harbour Bridge in Walsh Bay.
No Limit continues to transform the sport in Australia as they bring boxing back to a tier 1 sport. Their vision for boxing is to be seen just like other major Australian sports like NRL, AFL & Cricket, with a 12-month locked calendar of fight nights, showcasing No Limit’s unrivalled roster of boxing stars.
2022 Event Calendar
With the first half of this year’s events already locked, No Limit is bringing fans a mix of major Pay Per View fights, plus a regular schedule of ‘No Limit on Fox’ Shows. With more events to be announced soon, No Limit is giving fans around Australia the chance to experience their shows live and see what all they hype is around their events.
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No Limit CEO George Rose said, “We want Australian boxing fans to see World Class boxing events on a regular basis across 2022. Between March to June alone we have six major events. Fans can plan dates in advance while our broadcast partner Foxtel & our sponsors have regular content they can leverage”.
A huge year in 2021 has set No Limit up to present and even bigger 2022. Last year, No Limit oversaw Tim Tszyu’s rise toward a World Title, while also signing a roster of fighters who will exclusively fight on No Limit Boxing events in 2022. See No Limit’s roster of fighters here.
“We are in a great position at the moment, with Australia’s best boxer, Tim Tszyu, and Australia’s highest profile fighter, Paul Gallen, exclusively signed to No Limit and during 2021 we signed a roster of next generation super stars.”
“We’re excited to see Harry Garside & Nikita Tszyu fight on a regular basis this year, with both men headlining events in March. Both guys have incredible potential, they are not only great boxing talent but also great people who we believe will attract interest beyond regular boxing fans.”
“In addition to Harry & Nikita we have signed Sam Goodman, who already has a literal army of supporters, Olympian Paulo Aokuso, and Queenslander, Liam Wilson – plus a list of potential stars including Jackson Murray.” Rose said
Sports fans have lots to look forward to this year as No Limit promises to continue to delivering big time boxing shows with quality fights and non-stop entertainment all year round.
Garside v Matet
Australian Lightweight Title Fight at the iconic Hordern Pavilion in Sydney.Tickets & Event Details