Jai Opetaia vs Ben Kelleher | Thursday 22 October 2020


The men fought in 2018 where Kelleher suffered a broken hand in the third round of the fight. Opetaia won but he said the feeling was not complete.

Event Jai Opetaia vs Ben Kelleher
Date Thursday 22 October 2020
Time 07:00 PM
Venue Fortitude Music Hall, Fortitude Valley, Australia
Live stream

How watch Opetaia vs Kelleher fight In Australia

Opetaia vs Kelleher live stream: Australia, the Jai Opetaia vs Ben Kelleher 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 Opetaia vs Kelleher In New Zealand

In New Zealand, This Jai Opetaia vs Ben Kelleher fight will be shown on TV by Sky ARENA in New Zealand, as well as online via FAN PASSBoth 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.

Faiga Opelu vs Justis Huni:

Professional boxing debuts often take place deep on undercards or at obscure venues but when a talented amateur steps into the paid ranks there is generally more fanfare, and when that boxer is a heavyweight the anticipation swells.

True to that formula there have been few more eagerly anticipated professional debuts in Australian boxing history than that of Justis Huni on Thursday night on Fox Sports.

Huni is a legitimate amateur star, having won a bronze medal at Super Heavyweight at the 2019 World Championships in Russia, and being amongst the gold medal favourites for next year’s rescheduled Tokyo Olympics.

The 21-year-old has an aesthetically pleasing style and complements his low-fisted stance with fast hands, an exquisite boxing eye and remarkable confidence.

“My dream in the professional ranks is to unify all the belts,” declares Huni.

“That’s all I want to do – unify all the belts and hopefully tick that off before I’m 30-years-old and then live the rest of my life.”