George Kambosos will return to the ring on Sunday (AEST), with a bout against Maxi Hughes set to have world title implications for the Australian star.
Searching for his first win since 2021, Kambosos will head to Oklahoma for a bout with the Englishman as he looks to rebuild himself into lightweight title contention.
The Sporting News will have all the live updates from Kambosos vs Hughes below.
George Kambosos vs Maxi Hughes full card results
IBO World Lightweight Championship: George Kambosos vs Maxi Hughes
Round 2: Slight head clash as Kambosos dictates the pace. Hughes connects with a couple of left hands but the Aussie appears unfazed. Even going across the first two rounds.
Round 1: Kambosos presses forward continually throughout the opening round, but Hughes lands a few nice counter strikes that halts the former champion’s momentum.
Keyshawn Davis def. Francesco Patera via unanimous decision
A clinical performance from Davis, who scored the victory on all three judges’ scorecards (100-89, 100-89 & 99-90). The undefeated 24-year-old dropped Patera in the eighth round and was the clear dominant force throughout the bout, improving his career record to 9-0 and claiming after the bell that “he is here to stay” in the lightweight division.
Giovani Santillan def. Erick Bone via unanimous decision
The welterweight bout (97-92, 98-92 & 97-93) started out at even pace, but Santillan was too strong in the second-half of the contest and gained a comfortable win.
Jeremiah Milton def. Willie Harvey via TKO
The heavyweight prospect stopped his opponent in between the fourth and fifth rounds after a clinical display.
Troy Isley def. Antonio Todd via unanimous decision
The undefeated American middleweight and former Olympian was at his best on Saturday night, coming away with a dominant points triumph (79-73, 79-73 & 79-73) over Todd.
Hemi Ahio def. Amron Sands via TKO
The Kiwi heavyweight record his 21st professional victory, finishing Sands in the sixth round.
Joseph Goodall def. Stephan Shaw via TKO
The 31-year-old Aussie proved too strong for his opponent, garnering a sixth-round stoppage to start the night.
What time is George Kambosos vs. Maxi Hughes today (ET and PT)?
The Kambosos vs. Hughes main card begins at 9 p.m. local time, which is 10 p.m. ET. Here’s how that translates to different timezones globally:
|Region||Date||Main Card Start Time||Main Event Ring Walks (approx.)|
|USA and Canada (ET)||Saturday, July 22||10 p.m. ET||11 p.m. ET|
|USA and Canada (PT)||Saturday, July 22||7 p.m. PT||8 p.m. PT|
|UK and Ireland||Sunday, July 23||3 a.m. BST||4 a.m. BST|
|Australia||Sunday, July 23||12 p.m. AEST||1 p.m. AEST|
The main event is expected to begin around 11 p.m. ET | 8 p.m. PT | 4 a.m. BST | 1 p.m. AEST, depending on the length of the earlier bouts. The first fight of the evening is expected to begin around 6 p.m. ET.
How to watch George Kambosos vs. Maxi Hughes: TV channel
George Kambosos vs. Maxi Hughes is live on ESPN in the US, TSN in Canada, Sky Sports in the UK and available on pay-per-view through Main Event in Australia.
|UK and Ireland||Sky Sports|
Australian fans can purchase the event through Foxtel’s Main Event for $39.95.
George Kambosos vs. Maxi Hughes live stream
For fans wishing to stream Kambosos vs. Hughes live, the action will feature on ESPN+ in the US, TSN+ in Canada, Sky Sports in the UK and available on pay-per-view through Kayo in Australia.
|UK and Ireland||Sky Sports|
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Published at Sun, 23 Jul 2023 03:16:00 +0000