Wilson vs Rueda: Date, Start Time, Live Fight Card and how to watch


Wilson vs Rueda: Start Time, Live Fight Card and how to watch. Liam Wilson will be seen continuing his climb in the Super-Featherweight rankings as he battles Matias Rueda in Brisbane Today.

The young Aussie avenged the only loss of his professional career when he stopped Joe Noynay in the second round last March.

The card also includes Tokyo Olympian Paulo Aokuso, women’s bantamweight star Shannon O’Connell and former rugby league greats Justin Hodges and Ben Hannant.

Here’s everything you need to know about the event:

When is Wilson vs. Rueda fight?

The fight will take place on Wednesday, June 29 at 7 pm AEST.

It’s been a pack for Aussie Boxing in the first half of the year and it’s just coming with it.

Just a few days later, on the way to the Gold Coast, Jai Opetaia battles Mairis Briedis to win the IBF Cruiserweight World title.

What time is Wilson vs. Rueda?

Doors to the venue open at 6pm AEST ahead of the first bout of the night at 6:30pm AEST.

The Fox Sports broadcast will begin at 7pm, while fans can expect Wilson vs Rueda to fight some time after 9:30pm.

Where is Wilson vs. Rueda fight?

No Limit will return to Brisbane for the first time since March when Nikita CJU made her professional debut through a second-round knockout by Aran Stahl.

Wilson also stopped the eye in the destructive fashion featured on that card.

The event was originally set at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Center until a postponement and relocation due to flooding in the city.

At this point, No Limit expects the show to close at the Convention and Exhibition Center without interruption.

How to watch Wilson vs. Rueda online

Wilson vs. Rueda fight is the latest instalment of the promoter’s “No Limit on Fox” offering better.

That means boxing fans with Foxtel can tune in live on Fox Sports, Channel 505.

Alternatively, Kayo subscribers can also watch the fight live.

Wilson vs. Rueda tickets

Ticket are available now through Ticketek.

Gets yours starting from $45 here.

Full fight card

In addition to the Wilson-Rueda clash, former Broncos and Queensland teammates Hodges and Hanant will face off. Read more about that survival here.

Fans will get Aokuso their second look as a professional when he battles veteran Robert Berries.

O’Connell, who won against current IBF Super-Bantamweight Champion Cherneka Johnson, will be looking to extend his winning streak to eight fights while battling Sarah Higginson.

Take a look at the full card below.

Card and order subject to change.

10 rounds at super-featherweight: Liam Wilson vs. Matias Rueda

Four rounds at heavyweight: Justin Hodges vs. Ben Hannant

10 rounds at light-heavyweight: Paulo Aokuso vs. Robert Berridge

Six rounds at bantamweight: Shannon O’Connell vs. Sarah Higginson

Eight rounds at catchweight: Ben Hussain vs. Wes Capper

Five rounds at catchweight: Jake Wyllie vs. Patrick Clark

Four rounds at catchweight: Ella Boot vs. Stephanie Mfongwot

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