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Michael Zerafa Is 'Soft And Insecure,' Says Tim Tszyu

That’s Tim Tszyu’s honest assessment of Michael Zerafa less than a month out from their blockbuster showdown on July 7. Coming off an impressive win over Dennis Hogan in March, Tszyu will be back fighting in his adopted second city of Newcastle as he continues his quest for a super welterweight world title.
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Michael Zerafa training through COVID-19 lockdowns in Melbourne

Melbourne's COVID-19 lockdowns are just another hurdle Michael Zerafa will have to jump as he prepares to face Tim Tszyu in Newcastle on July 7. Just weeks after he was hospitalised with illness, Zerafa's training plans have been further impacted after Melbourne went into lockdown following another coronavirus outbreak. It's...
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Michael Zerafa update – Tszyu vs Zerafa

Michael Zerafa has given the following update on how he is coping with life in lockdown in Melbourne, the impact it’s had on his training, and his thoughts on Jermell Charlo’s view on Tim Tszyu’s title chances. How are you going with lockdown in Victoria?. “It’s starting to feel normal...
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Tszyu-Zerafa: Michael Zerafa blindsided by venue name-change announcement

Michael Zerafa had no idea he was flying to Newcastle on Tuesday so he could witness the Newcastle Entertainment Centre being renamed "Tszyucastle" Enertainment Centre. After getting up at 4am to run, Zerafa flew from Melbourne to Newcastle for the 45 minute media event, and has sparring later in the afternoon back home.
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Tim Tszyu vs. Michael Zerafa on July 7th in Australia

By Allan Fox: #1 WBO junior middleweight contender Tim Tszyu (18-0, 14 KOs) on a domestic level opponent in Michael ‘Pretty Boy’ Zerafa (28-4, 17 KOs) in a 10 round fight on July 7th. The Tszyu vs. Zerafa fight was announced on Thursday in Australia. The fight will be taking place at the Newcastle Entertainment Centre, Newcastle.
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Tim Tszyu to fight Michael Zerafa in long-awaited grudge match

Tim Tszyu will take on Michael Zerafa in a long awaited grudge match years in the making. The pair will step into the ring on Wednesday, July 7 at Newcastle Events Centre - the site of Tszyu's five round destruction of Dennis Hogan in March. Zerafa most recently scored a...
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Tim Tszyu-Michael Zerafa Grudge Match Set, July 7 In Newcastle, Australia

Tim Tszyu continues to line up the biggest name that his nation has to offer. The second-generation junior middleweight contender from Australia is set for a domestic grudge match with veteran fringe contender Michael Zerafa. The regional junior middleweight title fight will take place July 7 live on Australia Main Event from Newcastle Entertainment Centre in Newcastle, Australia.
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Tim Tszyu receives $1 million offer to fight Michael Zerafa

By Matt Lieberman: Highly ranked 154-lb contender Tim Tszyu has an offer of $1 million to stick around in Australia and face middleweight Michael Zerafa for his next fight. #1 WBO Tszyu (18-0, 14 KOs) would have to delay his plans of traveling overseas to make a name for himself in the U.S if he were to choose to face fellow Australian Zerafa (28-4, 17 KOs).
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Tim Tszyu Offered $1Million To Take Michael Zerafa Fight

Australian junior middleweight star Tim Tszyu has a $1 million offer on the table to fight domestic rival Michael Zerafa. Las month, Tszyu picked up another statement making win when he battered and stopped world title challenger Dennis Hogan in five rounds in Newcastle. Also in March, Zerafa blew away...
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Michael Zerafa Scores 1st Round Knockout of Anthony Mundine In Bendigo

The losses continue to pile up for Anthony Mundine. Yet another ill-advised comeback ended in despair for the 45-year-old Australian, who was stopped inside of one round by countryman Michael Zerafa in their Pay-Per-View headliner Saturday at Bendigo Stadium in Bendigo, Australia. Zerafa scored two knockdowns, the latter of which...