Tim Tszyu (23-0, 17 KOs) and Brian Mendoza (22-2, 16 KOs) battle it out in the main event live on Kayo from the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre in Broadbeach, QLD on Sunday, October 15. The contest features Australia’s undefeated WBO super welterweight champion defending his belt against interim WBC titleholder of the United States. A day before the fight show the athletes step on the scales to make it official.
In the United States, the event airs on Saturday, October 14 live on Showtime.
Both fighters successfully made the required 154-pound weight limit. Tim Tszyu weighed-in at 69.44 kg (153.09 lbs). Brian Mendoza showed 69.85 kg (153.99 lbs). The world championship bout is scheduled for 12 rounds.
In the co-main event, undefeated Sam Goodman (15-0, 7 KOs) of Australia goes up against former world title challenger Miguel Flores (25-4-1, 12 KOs) of the United States by way of Mexico. Goodman came-in at 56.56 kg (124.69 lbs). Flores was 56.6 kg (124.78 lbs). The bout is scheduled for 12 rounds.
Also on the card, Nathaniel May (22-3, 13 KOs) faces Jackson Jon England (14-2, 8 KOs) in a 10-rounder for the vacant IBF Australasian super featherweight strap. The fighters tipped the scales at 58.86 kg and 58.82 kg, respectively.
Get Tszyu vs Mendoza full fight card and weigh-in results below.
Tszyu vs Mendoza fight card
- Tim Tszyu (69.44 kg / 153.09 lbs) vs. Brian Mendoza (69.85 kg / 153.99 lbs), 12 rounds, super welterweight – Tszyu’s WBO welterweight title
- Sam Goodman (56.56 kg / 124.69 lbs) vs. Miguel Flores (56.6 kg / 124.78 lbs), 12 rounds, featherweight
- Nathaniel May (58.86) vs. Jackson Jon England (58.82), 10 rounds, super featherweight – vacant IBF Australasian super featherweight title
- Shanell Dargan (54.94) vs. Amber Amelia (54.74), 8 rounds, super bantamweight
- Toese Vousiutu (112.14) vs. Julius Long (132.2), 4 rounds, heavyweight
- Hassan Hamdan (64.34) vs. Danvers Cuschieri (64.52), 8 rounds, welterweight
- Sergei Vorobev (69.7) vs. Wade Ryan (69.74), 10 rounds, super welterweight – vacant IBF Pan Pacific super welterweight title