On Wednesday, June 15, 2022 at the Nissan Arena in Queensland, Australian mega star Justis Huni will meet Joseph Goodall for WBO Oriental and IBF Pan Pacific Heavyweight Title in a 10-round heavyweight bout.
The two top heavyweights boxer in Australia were set to meet in February before the Covid-19 got in the way, but now, Justice Honey and Joe Goodall will finally square off.
Honey has been hailed as the best heavyweight prospect in the country for generations, and he justified that hype when he won the Australian title in his professional debut. He has a record of four more wins through the batting of Paul Gallen last year.
Goodall also boasts an unbeaten professional record and a silver medal at the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
In many ways, this is nothing or nothing for the former Commonwealth Games silver medalist who won bronze at the World Championships – Australia’s first medal since 1991.
They shared a mutual respect, although Goodall couldn’t help but give Honey a verbal jolt for his performance against Paul Gallen.
“He went to the tenth round with Paul Gallen. No one like Paul Galen is going to the tenth round with me. There’s no way,” he said.
Honey replyed: “I’ve done a lot of damage to the cheek. That’s important. I’ve got a ‘W’. Style fights. If he can get her out of there before ten rounds, it’s good for her.”
When is Huni vs. Goodall Fight
Huni and Goodall fight will now meet on Wednesday, June 15, 2022 at 7pm AEST.
The fight was called off after Huni attacked COVID-19 twice in a matter of weeks, once at a training camp in the United States, and shortly after returning home.
Where is Huni vs. Goodall Fight
Appropriately, Huni vs. Goodall fight will be held at Nissan Arena in the Brisbane suburb of Nathan, Australia.
As Brisbane’s top two heavyweights, the pair have known each other a lot, arguing on many occasions over the years.
How to watch Huni vs. Goodall fight
Huni vs. Goodall full undercard
In addition to the Huni vs. Goodall blockbuster main event, undefeated Kiwi middleweight Andrei Mikhailovich (17-0) will also be in action, taking on Venezuelan veteran Ernesto Espana in the co-main event.
Justis Huni vs. Joe Goodall – Heavyweight
Andrei Mikhailovich vs. Ernesto Espana – Middleweight
Luke Boyd vs. Shamal Ram Anuj – Super-bantamweight
Taylah Robertson vs. Gretel De Paz – Super-flyweight
Jack Gipp vs. Frances Waitai – Super-middleweight
Hone Huni vs. Thomas Wilkins – Super-middleweight
Toese Vousiutu vs. Ben Sosoli – Heavyweight
Austin Aokuso vs. Louis Masters – Heavyweight
Bryce McLachlan vs. Dan Hill – Light-heavyweight
Card subject to change.
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