RISKY BUSINESS FOR NO LIMIT FIGHTERS + TWO TSZYUS ON OUR MOST STACKED UNDERCARD EVER
Get ready, fight fans! No Limit Boxing is thrilled to announce the updated undercard for the Tszyu vs Harrison Interim WBO Super Welterweight world title mega event, taking place on Sunday, March 12th, 2023, at the Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney. The full fight card will be announced soon so stay tuned for updates.
Our No Limit fighters have agreed to very risky fights but they are ready to leave it all in the ring. Each of them are taking a huge step up in terms of their opponents which will be career defining if they win! You won’t want to miss a single second of the action.
WATCH: Hear from them as they discuss the challenge in our exclusive interview
This is a night of fights you won’t want to miss, with an undercard featuring some of the most exciting fighters in the game today, including the undefeated Nikita Tszyu. As the son of boxing legend Kostya Tszyu, Nikita has big shoes to fill, but he’s more than ready to take on the challenge as the main fight on the Tszyu undercard.
We’ve got all the information you need to get you excited for each and every match, including fighter stats, head-to-head matchups, and more below,
With the Tszyu vs Harrison Interim WBO Super Welterweight World Title event, No Limit Boxing is set to make history in Sydney.
So grab your tickets now and get ready to witness boxing at its finest.
Check out the break down for the announced fights below:
Leave the scorecards at home
Fresh off a career-best display against Darkon Dryden in Newcastle, Nikita Tszyu opens his 2023 campaign against fellow knockout artist Bo Belbin in our pay-per-view opener from Qudos Bank Arena.
Across more than a decade as both an amateur and professional, March 12 will mark a significant milestone for the Tszyu brothers, who will share a card for the first time ever.
Tszyu (4-0, 4 KOs) had one of the most impressive debut years in recent memory, racking up four wins in just seven months, including dominant victories over three previously unbeaten opponents.
The reigning Australasian and Tasmanian super welterweight champion, Belbin (7-0, 5 KOs) presents an unique challenge, as he’ll be Tszyu’s first opponent on the professional circuit to enter as a reigning titleholder.GET TICKETS
Goodman faces world level test
Many in the industry believe Sam Goodman (13-0, 7 KOs) could take the leap from contender to world champion in 2023.
To validate those opinions, the popular super bantamweight will be best-placed to hand former world champion TJ Doheny just his fourth blemish as a professional in 10 years.
Originally from Portlaois, Ireland, Doheny (23-3, 17 KOs) who now calls Australia home, has reached the pinnacle of boxing. The well-schooled southpaw has only been beaten by the best operators in his division, including a razor-thin decision to unified champion Daniel Roman in 2019.
Doheny has won world title fights on the road at Tokyo’s famed Korakuen Hall and New York’s iconic Madison Square Garden.GET TICKETS
Aokuso continues sprint towards world title opportunity
Paulo Aokuso believes he’ll break Jeff Fenech’s elusive record by winning a world title inside seven fights.
The Olympian will move one step closer to that milestone when he’s challenged by Miami-based Cuban Yunieski Gonzalez (21-5, 17 KOs) in just his fourth professional outing.
Aokuso (3-0, 3 KOs) has few domestic challengers left, and will look to validate his claims as one of the best light heavyweights in the Australasia region by testing himself against an opponent with experience at the highest level.
Gonzalez, 37, is coming off consecutive losses to world champions Andre Dirrell and Gilberto Ramirez, but holds an impressive second-round finish over former world title challenger Tommy Karpency in his recent form-line.GET TICKETS