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Joseph Parker vs Faiga Opelu Live Stream: How to watch

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Wednesday, May 24th, 2023, brings the highly anticipated boxing match between Joseph Parker and Faiga Opelu. Excitement is mounting as fans around the world gear up to watch these two boxing giants face off in the ring.

The Scheduled Start Time

Boxing enthusiasts in Australia are in luck. The start time for the match is scheduled for 7 pm AEST / 5 pm AWST.

This ensures a prime-time slot for viewers to sit back and enjoy the action.

Live Streaming on Main Event on Kayo

In Australia, you can catch the Joseph Parker vs Faiga Opelu fight live stream on Main Event on Kayo.

Kayo’s Main Event channel is a trusted source for major sporting events, and this boxing match is no exception.

No UK Live Stream Planned

Unfortunately for UK fans, there are currently no plans for a live stream of the Joseph Parker vs Faiga Opelu match.

UK fans will have to stay tuned for potential delayed broadcasts or highlights packages.

The Exciting Match-Up of Joseph Parker vs Faiga Opelu

Parker, a former WBO heavyweight champion, is a well-known name in the world of boxing.

His opponent, Faiga Opelu, is also a respected fighter in the boxing community. This match-up promises to be a thrilling encounter.

Don’t Miss the Joseph Parker vs Faiga Opelu Fight

Be sure to mark your calendars for May 24th, 2023, especially if you’re in Australia. Secure your live stream on Main Event on Kayo and get ready for a night of exciting boxing action. The Parker vs Opelu match promises to be an event that boxing fans won’t want to miss.

For UK fans, keep an eye on the sports news. Hopefully, broadcasters will find a way to bring you delayed coverage or highlights of the Joseph Parker vs Faiga Opelu fight. This match is sure to generate a lot of talk in the boxing world.

Jake Skudder
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