Paul Gallen vs Justin Hodges II | PPV - November 23, 2022

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Who wins the rematch?

Poll ended at 23 Nov 2022, 07:58

Gallen - Decision
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No votes
Gallen - T/KO
3
75%
DRAW
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No votes
Hodges - T/KO
1
25%
Hodges - Decision
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No votes
 
Total votes: 4

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Paul Gallen vs Justin Hodges II | PPV - November 23, 2022

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Press Release | GAL'S LAST FIGHT, ZERAFA V CREATI - ONE MORE TIME

No Limit Boxing is pleased to announce our next event, ONE MORE TIME, on Wednesday 23 November 2022 at Aware Super Theatre, ICC Sydney.

We have locked in a massive triple header featuring:

The #1 rated Middleweight in the world- Zerafa, puts his mandatory status on the line when he takes on undefeated Italian/Australian opponent Creati, who convincingly defeated Olympian Cameron Hammond earlier in the year.

A highly anticipated heavyweight re-match between Origin rivals Paul Gallen and Justin Hodges, in what will be Gallen’s last ever professional boxing fight.

The most exciting prospect in Australia– Aukouso, fighting in the light heavyweight division.

No Limit Boxing’s final show of the year will feature a stacked undercard featuring a number of Australian title fights.
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Re: Paul Gallen vs Justin Hodges II | PPV - November 23, 2022

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GALLEN VS HODGES 2

WATCH LIVE WED 23 NOV FROM 7PM AEDT

Paul Gallen will look to put the nail in the coffin in his feud with former Origin opponent Justin Hodges in what shapes up to be an explosive end to Gal's boxing career.

Plus WBA #1 ranked middleweight MIchael Zerafa (30-4-0) puts his mandatory status on the line against undefeated Danilo Creati (8-0-0), hot-prospect light-heavyweight Paulo Aokuso (2-0-0) is up against Peruvian fighter David Zegarra (35-8-1) and more on a stacked undercard.

Watch the full fight card Live & On-Demand with Mainevent on Kayo Sports.

PAY-PER-VIEW: $59.95 - Order
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Re: Paul Gallen vs Justin Hodges II | PPV - November 23, 2022

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this fight is 6 x 2.5 min rounds...

Weird how wrong that feels. they were arguing between 2 and 3 and hit 2.5, but because its not a round number it feels weird, but no real reason for it to.

Mabey womens boxing should go to 2.5s and see what they think, i understand being scared to go from 2 to 3 in one hit, 2.5s seems the logical step.
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Re: Paul Gallen vs Justin Hodges II | PPV - November 23, 2022

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Gallen wanted three-minute rounds as he is still a conditioned pug, whereas Hodges who carries a spare tyre, wanted two-minute rounds being a retired Rugby League player who used to sneak punch half-backs and niggle on the field.

Being a 6 rounder, they split the difference. It is no longer the card's main bout but the final prelim.

Both will be taking the cash and hanging up their gloves. The prediction: although Gallen is now diminishing over due to career ring wear and tear, he should still stop Hodges within four.
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Re: Paul Gallen vs Justin Hodges II | PPV - November 23, 2022

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Date: November 23, 2022

Broadcast: Main Event on Kayo
Location: Aware Super Theatre - Sydney, NSW, Australia

Start time: 7 pm AEDT / 3 am ET / 12 am PT / 8 am GMT

Promoter: No Limit Boxing ∞

Fight Card

6 Round Heavyweight Bout
Paul Gallen vs. Justin Hodges

10 Round Light Heavyweight Bout
Paulo Aokuso vs. David Zegarra

10 Round Middleweight Bout
Michael Zerafa vs. Danilo Creati

10 Round Welterweight Bout
Ty Telford vs. Joel Taylor

8 Round Super Welterweight Bout
Koen Mazoudier vs. Wade Ryan

6 Round Super Welterweight Bout
Tommy Browne vs. Jorge Kapeen

5 Round Super Featherweight Bout
Tywarna Campbell vs. Deanha Hobbs

4 Round Heavyweight Bout
Liam Talivaa vs. Louis Marsters

4 Round Featherweight Bout
Shanell Dargan vs. Chandni Mehra

4 Round Heavyweight Bout
George Peterson vs. Gary Phillips

8 Round Super Welterweight Bout
Michael Pengue vs. Benjamin Hussain

4 Round Heavyweight Bout
Sio Siua Taukeiaho vs. Jaiman Lowe

4 Round Heavyweight Bout
Daniel Suluka-Fifita vs. Bryce Jones
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Re: Paul Gallen vs Justin Hodges II | PPV - November 23, 2022

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Forgot all about this card.
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Re: Paul Gallen vs Justin Hodges II | PPV - November 23, 2022

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down under heavyweight explosion!
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Re: Paul Gallen vs Justin Hodges II | PPV - November 23, 2022

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a shyte load of fights on this card
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Re: Paul Gallen vs Justin Hodges II | PPV - November 23, 2022

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The organisers wanted Zerafa to have a statement win. To help get bigger fights.

He won a decision.
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Re: Paul Gallen vs Justin Hodges II | PPV - November 23, 2022

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Ruthless-RKO wrote: 24 Nov 2022, 05:25 The organisers wanted Zerafa to have a statement win. To help get bigger fights.

He won a decision.
Zerafa’s a wet squib, my mate beat him easily but was robbed, genuinely robbed, on the score cards by his then promoter. Zerafa’s never been in an exciting fight that wasn’t a total mismatch of Zerafa being knocked out!

Zerafa, and more so, his dad are absolute toxicity, they’ve fucked over trainer after trainer and that’s part of by his problem, his cockwhit dad, who’ve I’ve had to have a run in with in the change rooms when we had a fighter following him, and the fuckwit himself.
I had to take as is Sammy Soliman around to a few gyms to get some sparring in before the Sturm fight, I took him to spar Zerafa, Zerafa came out as if it was his last chance world title fight, trying to KO Sam, Sam soon worked out what was happening and turned the tables, Zerafa got touched up, his dad blew up on Zerafa’s trainer, they went to yet another gym and here we sre…
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Re: Paul Gallen vs Justin Hodges II | PPV - November 23, 2022

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Results

Benjamin Hussain def. Michael Pengue by TKO (R2)

George Peterson vs. Gary Phillips – split draw (38-38, 37-39, 39-37)

Deanha Hobbs def. Tywarna Campbell by unanimous decision (49-46, 49-46, 49-46)

Tommy Browne def. Jorge Kapeen by unanimous decision (59-55, 60-54, 59-55)

Bryce Jones def. Daniel Suluka-Fifita by unanimous decision (39-37, 39-37, 39-37)

Shanell Dargan vs. Chandni Mehra – split draw (39-37, 37-39, 38-38)

Koen Mazoudier def. Wade Ryan by unanimous decision (77-76, 77-75, 77-75)

Liam Talivaa def. Louis Marsters by unanimous decision (40-35, 40-35, 40-35)

Joel Taylor def. Ty Telford by RTD (R6)

Sio Siua Taukeiaho def. Jaiman Lowe by unanimous decision (39-36, 40-35, 40-35)

Paulo Aokuso def. David Zegarra by TKO (R2)

Paul Gallen def. Justin Hodges by unanimous decision (60-54, 60-54, 59-55)

Michael Zerafa def. Danilo Creati by unanimous decision (98-93, 98-93, 99-91)
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Re: Paul Gallen vs Justin Hodges II | PPV - November 23, 2022

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OK, I really need to understand this.

How come when Australian sportspeople are acknowledged as some of the toughest in the world, hell your ballet dancers are tougher than most MMA fighters, how come your heavyweight boxers are either novelty acts or glass jawed nobodies who get knocked out when someone breathes on them? This is not what I expect.
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Re: Paul Gallen vs Justin Hodges II | PPV - November 23, 2022

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Mighty Atom wrote: 26 Nov 2022, 19:35 OK, I really need to understand this.

How come when Australian sportspeople are acknowledged as some of the toughest in the world, hell your ballet dancers are tougher than most MMA fighters, how come your heavyweight boxers are either novelty acts or glass jawed nobodies who get knocked out when someone breathes on them? This is not what I expect.
If your big and strong and tough you play footy... This leaves nearly zero big dudes boxing.

There are hundreds and hundreds of 220lb+ guys with 80 min fitness playing footy every week. and half of them are part islander so have that teak toughness... (footy can be rugby union, rugby leauge or even AFL... all of them have plenty of big, fit, tough, guys.).
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