Tim Tszyu vs Tony Harrison free live stream: how to watch the WBO boxing free online, ringwalks time, TV channel

Tim Tszyu and Tony Harrison face off during the official press conference ahead of the ahead of the WBO super-welterweight world title fight between Tim Tszyu and Tony Harrison at The Royal Botanic Gardens on March 10, 2023
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You can watch the Tim Tszyu vs Tony Harrison live stream on Showtime (FREE 7-day trial). Travelling outside the USA? Use a VPN to watch from anywhere. Aussies can watch Tszyu vs Harrison via Kayo PPV. The ringwalks time is 1.45am ET / 5.45pm AEDT. Full details on how to watch Tim Tszyu vs Tony Harrison on TV just below.

Tim Tszyu vs Tony Harrison live stream

Tim Tszyu vs Tony Harrison live stream: fight preview

Aussie boxing hope Tim Tszyu will be looking to maintain his perfect 21-0 record, as he takes on Tony Harrison at the Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney tonight for the vacant Interim WBO super welterweight champion title.

The underdog American has repeatedly mocked his opponent's "basic" fighting style, supposed inherited from his Hall of Fame father and his promoters, No Limit..

Fighting in front of a hometown crowd, Tszyu had originally been set to face undisputed champion Jermell Charlo back in January, but a broken hand forced the American to pull out.

The 28-year-old will instead take on Harrison who has already beaten Charlo back in 2018 to claim the WBC light middleweight title.

Detroit-born scrapper Harrison will be hoping a win over Tszyu will help him mount another world title push, with the winner of this fight almost certain to meet Charlo next.

Tszyu, the son of Russian boxing legend Kostya, is the strong favourite but hasn’t fought since he defeated Terrell Gausha in Minneapolis in March almost a year ago. 

"Superbad" Harrison's meanwhile last appearance in the ring came in April and saw him claim a unanimous decision victory over Sergio Garcia in Las Vegas.

The Tim Tszyu vs Tony Harrison main event is due to start at 10.45pm ET on Saturday, 11th March, in Sydney, Australia. That's 3.45am GMT / 2.45pm AEDT on Sunday, 12th March. Below, we have curated all the info for those looking for a Tim Tszyu vs Tony Harrison live stream in the US, Australia and beyond...

US: Tim Tszyu vs Tony Harrison live stream

Tszyu vs Gausha will air on Showtime in the US. Don't have cable? You can also stream Showtime via your computer or mobile device.

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Watch Tim Tszyu vs Tony Harrison live stream from anywhere

You won't be able to watch your regular Tim Tszyu vs Tony Harrison live stream while traveling abroad. The streaming service will spot that you're in a foreign country and block you. You can use a VPN (virtual private network) to get around this, though.

It's a straightforward piece of software which sets your device to appear as if it's in the right country, allowing you to watch any Tim Tszyu vs Tony Harrison live stream from anywhere in the world.

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How to use a VPN for Tim Tszyu vs Tony Harrison live stream

1. Install the VPN of your choice. ExpressVPN is the one we recommend.

2. Open up the VPN app and choose the location of the service you wish to access. For the Tim Tszyu vs Tony Harrison fight, you may wish to choose 'USA' for Showtime.

3. Then head over to Showtime on your browser or device and enjoy the Tim Tszyu vs Tony Harrison live stream!

Watch Tim Tszyu vs Tony Harrison live stream in Australia


Boxing fans in Australia can watch the Tim Tszyu vs Tony Harrison for a one-off fee of $59.95 via Kayo Sports Main Event.

Though you don't need a Kayo Sports subscription to watch the fight, you can currently get a one-week Kayo Sports FREE trial for the streaming service, so you may as well fill your boots. There are no lock-in contracts for the streaming service and it gives you access to over 50 other sports events including the NRL, NFL, F1, NHL, MLB, as well as international cricket.

Once the trial is up, the Basic plan costs just AU$30 a month and lets you stream on two screens, while Premium is AU$35 a month for simultaneous viewing on up to three devices. There's also the entry-level One plan for AU$25 a month.

The fight is set to begin at 2.45pm AEDT on Sunday.

For those wanting to watch home coverage of the big fight from overseas, a good boxing VPN is the solution. We recommend ExpressVPN as it comes with a risk-free 30-day money-back guarantee. 

Can I watch a Tim Tszyu vs Tony Harrison live stream in the UK?

Sadly there’s no confirmed broadcaster for Tszyu vs Harrison in the UK at the time of writing. If you are visiting the UK from the US, use one of the best VPN service providers to tap into the Showtime free trial, as described above.

The software is generally ideal for this as it allows you to change your IP address and appear to be in a completely different location – and all through a safe, encrypted connection. But do bear in mind that most paid streaming services do require a credit card based in the country the service is from.

Tszyu vs Harrison full card

Main Card 

Tim Tszyu vs. Tony Harrison — super welterweight – interim WBO super welterweight title

Paulo Aokuso vs. Yunieski Gonzalez — light heavyweight – vacant IBO Intercontinental light heavyweight title

Sam Goodman vs. TJ Doheny — super bantamweight – WBO ‘Oriental’ super bantamweight title

Issac Hardman vs. Rohan Murdock — super middleweight – vacant IBF Australasian super middleweight title

Nikita Tszyu vs. Bo Belbin — super welterweight


Koen Mazoudier vs. Ben Mahoney — super welterweight – WBA Oceania super welterweight title

Shanell Dargan vs. Courtney Martin — featherweight

Imam Khataev vs. Gi Sung Gwak — light heavyweight

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