The Australian boxing scene is heating up, especially with No Limit Boxing pulling all the stops to ensure a thrilling evening of pugilistic drama. The No Limit event on Fox fight night is set to return on Wednesday, September 13, at Hoops Capital East in Sydney. The event will air live and exclusively on Fox Sports and Kayo Sports, platforms known for broadcasting high-quality sporting events.
After an impressive set of bouts throughout July and August, including the debut Pay Per View event of rising star Nikita Tszyu and the first all-female fight night on Australian television, No Limit Boxing is back in the ring with a stellar card.
Headliner: Biggs vs. Mitchem
Australia’s youngest national champion, Dylan Biggs, with a clean record of 9-0 and 6 KOs, will headline his first No Limit on Fox event. He will face Ryan Mitchem, a fellow Queenslander who holds a 3-6 record. The bout is scheduled for six rounds.
Nicknamed ‘The Beaudesert Storm’, Biggs recently seized the Australian super welterweight title with a knockout of Dan Hill. The 21-year-old is in the hot seat to face Nikita Tszyu next but must first get past the experienced southpaw, Mitchem, who’s got the power to crash the party.
Co-Main and Undercard Fights
- Fan-favorite heavyweight, Jackson ‘White Chocolate’ Murray (4-0, 4 KOs), makes a return against Louis Marsters (3-5, 2 KOs) for a six-round heavyweight bout.
- Hot prospect Vegas Larfield (9-0, 7 KOs) squares off against Australian title challenger Albert Nolan (6-0-1, 1 KO) in an eight-round super bantamweight contest.
- Central Coast middleweight Cody Beekin (6-1, 4 KOs) takes on Queensland’s Joel Pavlides (3-2-1, 0 KO) in a six-round middleweight duel.
- Former Olympian Johan Linde (1-0, 1 KO) makes his second professional appearance against debutant Brandon Grech in a four-round heavyweight match-up.
Words from the Promoters
George Rose, No Limit CEO, was emphatic about Biggs’ potential: “Dylan hits like a freight train and has the style and skills to match. He isn’t sitting back; he’s chasing hard fights, like the one against Mitchem. Should he succeed, expect to see a Biggs vs. Nikita Tszyu fight in the near future.”
Whether it’s the heavyweight clash or the return of fresh talents like Vegas Larfield and Johan Linde, No Limit on Fox promises to deliver an exciting night for Australian boxing enthusiasts.