Justis Huni vs. Kiki Leutele Where to watch, live streaming, fight card, start time and date

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Justis Huni vs. Kiki Leutele will take place on Friday, November 4, at the Nissan Arena in Nathan, Queensland, Australia. The current IBF Pan Pacific and WBO Oriental heavyweight titleholder from Australia will defend his titles against a challenger from New Zealand in the ten-round boxing battle.

Justis Huni competed in the month of June and earned a victory by defeating Joseph Goodall via unanimous decision. Also taking place in June, Leutele’s most recent bout ended in the second round with a knockout victory over Lui Te’o.

Is it possible for the 23-year-old boxer to take the next step on his way to the top of the glamour division?

How to watch Justis Huni vs. Kiki Leutele?

Fans who subscribe to either Foxtel or Kayo may watch one of Australia’s best performances live at an additional cost.

As Huni vs. Leutele will not may be broadcast on pay-per-view, fight fans can look forward to a Friday night that will be packed with high-caliber competition.

When is Justis Justis Huni vs. Kiki Leutele?

On Friday, November 4, Huni will compete against Leutele in a matchup.

It will be Huni’s first fight since he defeated Joe Goodall by a unanimous decision back in June, and it will also be his first fight overall.

It will be around the same amount of time since Leutele’s last fight, which was a second-round knockout victory over Lui Te’o, which also took place in June.

Where is Justis Huni vs. Kiki Leutele?

When the two compete against one another in the Nissan Arena in Brisbane, which is located just up the road from Huni’s residence in Logan, he will have the benefit of playing in front of his local crowd.

The Australian is well familiar with the location, having defeated Goodall there earlier this year. This gives him a distinct advantage over his opponent.

Justis Huni vs. Kiki Leutele Fight Preview:

In the ten-round co-main event, Jerome Pampellone, who was born in the United Kingdom but now represents New Zealand, will face Faris Chevalier, who was born in France but now fights for Australia (13-2, 7 KOs). The IBF Australasia light heavyweight championship is up for grabs, and these two are going to fight for it.

Ben Horn (4-5) confronts Campbell Somerville (2-0, 2 KOs) in a four-round fight at super welterweight. Clay AJ Waterman (7-0, 7 KOs) fights Mitchell Whitelaw (5-7-2, 2 KOs) in a six-round bout at light heavyweight. In addition, the lightweight bout featuring Billy Polkinghorn making his pro boxing debut against Broby Martin (0-1), which is scheduled for four rounds. The complete cast list is provided down below.

“I have a lot of respect for Kiki, he’s a decent man, and I have a lot of respect for Isaac (Peach), but the amount of complaining that comes out.”

“We beat Dempsey McKean, and the Australian judges are corrupt; we can’t come over for a promotional event because it would interfere with our preparation; you keep putting us off, and you treat us like garbage; Justis Huni gets all the publicity.”

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“Justis gets all of the attention because he can fight, and he gets all of the attention because he was previously a world amateur champion…

“I believe Kiki Leutele will put on an excellent battle on Friday night.” He’ll arrive, he’ll throw blows, but for God’s sake, I hope the whining stops afterward.”

Aside from training cornering the 23-year-old in his latest headlining this Friday night against New Zealand’s Kiki Leutele, the Hollywood-based trainer is also assisting Huni with an even bigger request – learning to punch like his childhood idol, Tyson.

During his six weeks in America, Huni not only fractured the ribs of two sparring partners but also defeated top-five-ranked Frank Sanchez, according to Fortune (21-0).

Justis Huni vs. Kiki Leutele Fight Card:

  • Broadcast Live: LFA 146 Live (try free)
  • Justis Huni vs. Kiki Leutele, heavyweight
  • Ben Horn vs. Campbell Somerville, super-welterweight 
  • Jerome Pampellone vs. Faris Chevalier, light-heavyweight
  • Clay Waterman vs. King Davidson, light-heavyweight
  • Benjamin Bommber vs. Ankush Hooda, super-welterweight
  • Billy Polkinghorn vs. TBC, lightweight

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