Paul Gallen and Justis Huni square off in the main event of “Termination Day” at Aware Super Theatre at ICC Sydney on Wednesday, June 16. The ten-round contest features NRL-star turned pro-boxer up against the Australian heavyweight champion. Boxing fans can watch the fight card live on pay-per-view.
In the co-main event Emmanuel Carlos takes on Issac Hardman with IBF Australasian, WBO Oriental, and Australian middleweight titles at stake. The bout is scheduled for ten rounds.
Among the Gallen vs Huni undercard bouts, Alex Hanan meets Andrei Mikhailovich in an eight-rounder at super welterweight, and Nort Beauchamp faces Sam Goodman in an eight-rounder at featherweight. The first fight of the evening is a six-round cruiserweight rematch between Jason Whateley and Victor Oganov.
Get Gallen vs Huni results and updates below.
Gallen vs Huni results
- Justis Huni def. Paul Gallen by TKO (R10, referee stoppage)
- Issac Hardman def. Emmanuel Carlos by TKO (R4, referee stoppage)
- Andrei Mikhailovich def. Alex Hanan by TKO (R2, referee stoppage)
- Sam Goodman def. Nort Beauchamp by TKO (R6, referee stoppage)
- Jason Whateley def. Victor Oganov by TKO (R4, towel throw-in)
Gallen vs Huni updates
To wrap it up – we’ve seen five pro boxing fights, with all bouts ending by way of stoppage.
It’s all over. Justis Huni dominates and stops Paul Gallen in the tenth and final round to retain his Australian heavyweight title.
Gallen is certainly behind on the scorecards, but he is still in the fight. Round 9 is happening now.
Here is a video sneak peak with some of the Gallen vs Huni fight action.
Fans find similarities in Gallen vs Hunni with Rocky Balboa vs Apollo Creed, and that’s pretty cool, isn’t it. See below.
It’s all going for Huni.
Justis Huni dominates Paul Gallen. The latter, however, is still in the fight. He shows heart and incredible toughness.
Most fans predict a knockout win, which mostly appears to be in favor of Huni. Although he has had less pro-fights than Gallen, he’s earned a vast experience inside the ring as an amateur, winning a bronze medal at the 2019 World Championships, among everything.
The sound of National Anthem!
Time for Main Event. NRL-star turned pro boxer Paul Gallen goes up Australian heavyweight champion Justis Huni. The bout is scheduled for 10 rounds.
The co-main doesn’t go the distance. Issac Hardman dominates and stops Emmanuel Carlos in the fourth round. Check it below.
Fans seem to be pleased with walkout music used by both, Issac Hardman and Emmanuel Carlos.
And here is snap, with Andrei Mikhailovich on top in his bout against Alex Hanan.
So far we’ve seen three fights with all bouts ending prior to the final bell. Up next is the 10-round co-main event featuring Issac Hardman up against Emmanuel Carlos. IBF Australasian, WBO Oriental, and Australian middleweight titles on the line.
Andrei Mikhailovich dominates Alex Hanan to take the win via second round TKO. Check out the video of finish below.
Payback from Mikhalovich.
There no love in Hanan vs Mikhailovich fight.
Up next is an eight-round super welterweight bout between Andrei Mikhailovich and Alex Hanan.
Referee waves the fight off in the sixth round. Sam Goodman earns ANBF Australasian featherweight title by TKO against Nort Beauchamp.
Goodman dominates Beauchamp. Fans on Twitter call for the fight to be stopped.
Next up is an eight-round battle between Sam Goodman and Nort Beauchamp. The Australian National Boxing Federation Australasian featherweight title is on the line.
The rematch between Whateley and Oganov ends earlier than their first fight. Whateley takes the second win by TKO. Oganov’s corner throws in the towel in Round 4.
Thumbs up for Oganov’s outfit.
First fight is happening now. Whateley vs Oganov 2 is scheduled for 6 rounds at cruiserweight.
This photo is from the first fight between Jason Whateley and Victor Oganov in June 2019.
It’s almost time. The first fight is set to see the rematch between Jason Whateley and Victor Oganov. Whateley stopped Oganov in the sixth round of their first fight in June 2019.
Former three-weight world champion from Australia, Jeff Fenech shared his thoughts on Gallen vs Huni fight result. Check it out below (via Main Event).
“I find it really hard to think of Paul [Gallen] even winning a round [again Justis Huni]. I don’t think it’s go the distance”.
And here is the Tale of the tape for the Main Event. 22-year-old Huni is 17 years younger than Gullen, who is 39.
Huni weighed-in 6.95 kg heavier than Gallen. He also has 14 cm height advantage over his opponent. In addition, his reach is 194 cm, which makes it 16 cm difference against Gallen, 178 cm.
As for the fight record, unbetean Gallen brings to the table 11 wins, 6 KOs and 1 draw. Undefeated Huni won 4 bouts, which includes 3 KOs.
While we are few hours ahead of the event, check out few pics and snippets below from the official weigh-ins held yesterday.
Gallen vs Huni fight card
Paul Gallen vs. Justis Huni, 10 rounds, heavyweight – for Australian heavyweight title
Issac Hardman vs. Emmanuel Carlos, 10 rounds, middleweight – for IBF Australasian, WBO Oriental, and Australian middleweight titles
Andrei Mikhailovich vs. Alex Hanan, 8 rounds, super welterweight
Sam Goodman vs. Nort Beauchamp, 8 rounds, featherweight – for Australian National Boxing Federation Australasian featherweight title
Jason Whateley vs. Victor Oganov, 6 rounds, cruiserweight