“Ferocious” Kambosos (17-0, 10 KO) fought exclusively in his native Australia until 2018, when he took his first stateside fight to kick off a four-fight streak that saw him compete in the USA, Kuala Lumpur, and Greece. Despite a résumé that rings more of “prospect” than “contender,” he’s actually the highest-ranked IBF lightweight behind Commey and Lopez.
George Kambosos Jr. vs Mickey Bey
Saturday 14 December 2019
Madison Square Garden
New York, USA
Bey (23-2-1, 11 KO), a former Money Team representative, has had one of the weirder career arcs of any semi-notable figure in recent memory. He famously lost to John Molina Jr. in 2013 via literal last-minute TKO, claimed a world title via bogus decision over Miguel Vazquez the following, vacated the belt without defending it over a poor purse bid with Denis Shafikov, unsuccessfully challenged Rances Barthelemy for that same belt in 2016, then vanished from the face of the Earth.
Kambosos Jr. vs Bey Fight Card:
- George Kambosos Jr. vs Mickey Bey
- Terence Crawford vs Egidijus Kavaliauskas
- Richard Commey vs Teofimo Lopez
- Michael Conlan vs Vladimir Nikitin
How watch Kambosos Jr. vs Bey fight In Australia
Australia, the George Kambosos Jr. vs Mickey Bey fight will be shown on Main Event. Foxtel subscribers can order a pass online, but Optus TV customers will have to phone up to secure theirs. The price is the same regardless of which company you’re with though: $39.95 AUD.
How to watch Kambosos Jr. vs Bey In New Zealand
In New Zealand, This George Kambosos Jr. vs Mickey Bey fight will be shown on TV by Sky ARENA in New Zealand, as well as online via FAN PASS. Both providers are charging $49.99 NZD for access, but as FAN PASS has a live stream, allows you to re-watch the fight up to 24 hours afterwards, and doesn’t require you to be an existing Sky subscriber, it’s likely the better option for most people.