Tszyu vs Harrison - Showtime, Main Event - March 11 - 11 pm ET

Tszyu vs Harrison – Showtime, Main Event – March 11 – 11 pm ET

Tim Tszyu will fight for the WBO super-welterweight world title in Australia on Sunday, March 12, leading Australian-based boxing promoter No Limit Boxing confirmed. Click here to buy tickets!

Tszyu, 28, will attempt to win his maiden world title on home soil in his first fight back in his native Australia since defeating Japan’s Takeshi Inoue in November 2021.

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‘The Soul Taker’ continued his training camp in the USA in preparation for a title fight following the postponement of one of the biggest and most anticipated fights on the 2023 boxing schedule, Charlo vs. Tszyu for the undisputed championship of the world.


  • Date: Saturday, March 11
  • Start time: 11 p.m. ET / 4 a.m. GMT
  • Main event ringwalks (approx): 2 a.m. ET / 6 a.m. GMT
  • The fight will take place at the Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney, Australia.
  • Showtime will broadcast the fight in the U.S
  • The main card is set to get underway at 11 p.m. ET / 4  a.m. GMT with the main event ringwalks scheduled for 2 a.m. ET .

American Tony Harrison is the former WBC super welterweight world champion. He is also the only fighter to have defeated Tszyu’s previously-planned opponent in current undisputed champion Jermell Charlo.

Ranked No.2 by the WBC and No. 3 by the WBO, Harrison has a record of 29 wins, three losses and draw with 21 of those victories via knock out. His last fight was against Spain’s Sergio Garcia in April 2022, winning by unanimous decision.

The 32-year-old from Detroit has always embraced the idea of facing off against Tszyu in Australia, telling reporters last year, “I want to go to Australia. Take me on a vacation. Let me travel across the world and fight somebody that ya’ll want me to fight, I’m cool with that…”

“Let me see the kangaroos and rattlesnakes and s–t like that, I want that. I want to fight him, but I want to fight him over there.”

In a winner takes all scenario, the victor on March 12 is set to secure an undisputed title fight against Charlo, once the champion recovers from his injuries.

Tim Tszyu said, “I think Australia is going to erupt. I haven’t fought for almost a year and half in back home and I know it’s going to be the biggest show yet. It’s a massive fight for Australia and a special moment in my career. I have so many passionate fans supporting and following me, so I guess he will feel a certain craziness about the atmosphere in Australia. But his biggest problem he’s running into isn’t the fans, it’s me.”

“Every fight you take is all on the line, you’re one punch away from going back to the very bottom. It’s all on the line and a gamble, but this is what I do. This is boxing, it’s part of my career and I’m a fighter first.”

“He (Harrison) was the next best available option. I’m at that stage of my career that I really don’t care who is in front of me. I’m ready to take them all out.”

No Limit Boxing CEO George Rose said, “Mark your calendars everyone because Tim Tszyu finally gets his shot at becoming world champion on Sunday March 12, right here in Australia.”

“I visited him in the US for his training camp, so trust me when I tell you he’s ready to take over the world by any means necessary. He’s in the best shape of his life, fighting back home for the first time since 2021 and hungrier than ever. It’s going to be one hell of a show.”

“Tim also knows this won’t be a walk in the park. He has a very, very dangerous man in Tony Harrison in front of him. Harrison is the only man in the world to take down the undisputed champ in Jermell Charlo, so it’s a massive risk for him.”

“It’s hard to believe that it’s been two-decades since fight fans last witnessed a Tszyu world title on Australian shores, but we don’t have to wait much longer. We’ll look to announce which city and venue is set to host this blockbuster event very soon.”

Venue and ticketing details will be announced in the coming weeks.

Fight fans are encouraged to join the No Limit Boxing VIP List today to receive early access to tickets, special offers and events.

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Mar 11 2023


2:00 PM - 5:45 PM

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/Los_Angeles
  • Date: Mar 11 2023
  • Time: 11:00 AM - 2:45 PM


Qudos Bank Arena Sydney
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12 thoughts on “Tszyu vs Harrison – Showtime, Main Event – March 11 – 11 pm ET”

  1. Charlo would have done anything to get out of the tszyu fight…even smashing his hand with a hammer…chicken shit charlo…you can run and dodge and weave but in the end either man up or move up…but most of all shut up and take a real fight…

  2. Harrison has so much ring rust on him now, he would have a tough time getting past Bronco McKart these days 🙂

  3. Man, I am pulling for Tony so bad. I have followed this guys career. Plus, no one reps Detroit like Tony. My man had a Detroit Tiger ring Robe with matching tiger print headband and some Gargoyle shades on entering the ring. It just makes a guy smile, nah what I mean? I dont know much about Tszyu. He is supposed to be good. This fight dosent interest me though. Tony still has a little more in the tank. I personally wanted him to refight Hurd and make that right before he retires. It would still generate interest. Other ideas:

    Tony Harrison vs Adrien Broner
    Tony Harrison vs Lubbin
    Tony Harrison vs Jake Paul 🙂

  4. I think it all comes down to the dodgy judges…and we all know the only way to take them out of the equation is to take your opponent OUT of the equation…you know what you have to do TIMMY….keep on punching…


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