The latest chapter in Horn’s story will take place in regional Victoria, where he’ll meet the former Commonwealth titleholder at Bendigo Stadium on August 31st. “The best fighter here in Australia that’s world class is Zerafa.” Horn vs Zerafa live stream Jeff Horn makes his Victorian debut on August 31 in Bendigo against tough Melbourne boxer, Michael Zerafa.
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“The support has been overwhelming and that’s why the fight is happening here,” said Horn.
“I want a challenge every time and Michael is definitely the biggest challenge. He’s Australian but he’s world class and he’s been in with world champions before.
“There’s going to be fireworks for sure on that night. He comes to fight every time and so do I, you’re going to see that, and the crowd will get into it. We’re going to be smashing each other.
“Mundine was the A-side in Australia for such a long time and I only managed to get that when I beat Manny Pacquiao, which grew my name massively. To come to Victoria and be the A-side here is a massive feeling.”
Citing his long-term goal to exit the sport in just four years, Horn (19-1-1, 13 KOs) is setting the stage for a second world title challenge in a new division.
“I need to have these big fights, I’m not going to be in this for a long time,” he added.
“I’ve said many times, I’m not going to fight past 35 years old. I’ve only got four years left and I want another world title at middleweight, so I’ve got to fight the best fighters out there.
The mega-fight in Bendigo Horn vs Zerafa live Boxing on August 31. former welterweight titleholder Jeff Horn (19-1-1, 13 KOs) has currently agreed to take on fellow Australian fighter Michael Zerafa (26-3, 15 KOs)
he Queenslander is now looking to rebuild his career and has opted to take on Zerafa (26-3, 15 KOs) at middleweight in what will be his first fight in Victoria since 2013.
Zerafa, 27, is a former Victorian super middleweight champion and heads into the fight having scored an early knockout win over Les Sherrington at the Melbourne Pavilion back in April.
The bout will take place at the new Bendigo Stadium which features retractable seating, allowing up to 4,000 spectators to attend the event. Horn Zerafa live