In an eight-round lightweight match on March 8 at the Carriageworks in Eveleigh, Australia, Brock Jarvis vs Marlon Paniamogan will square off.
It just grew bigger during the biggest boxing week in Australian history. On March 8 at Carriageworks in Sydney, Australia, Sydney sensation Brock Jarvis fights difficult international challenger Marlon Paniamogan in his comeback fight days before Tim Tszyu challenges Tony Harrison for the interim-WBO super welterweight championship at Qudos Bank Arena.
In 2023, Jarvis (21-1) will host the first No Limit on Fox show, which will feature some of the finest up-and-coming Australian poker players.
Viewers around the world can watch the action live on the following channels and here for free:
Brock Jarvis vs Marlon Paniamogan Date and Time:
The fight night will begin on Wednesday, March 8 at 4 a.m. ET / 1 a.m. PT. and 7:00 pm AEST
Brock Jarvis vs Marlon Paniamogan Arena:
The fight will be held at the Carriageworks in Eveleigh, New South Wales, Australia.
Brock Jarvis vs Marlon Paniamogan Preview:
On Wednesday, March 8 in Sydney, No Limit on Fox will make its first appearance since 2023, so get set for a night of nonstop boxing action.
We’re thrilled to offer you this extra event the week before Tim Tszyu’s battle for the interim world championship on Sunday, March 12.
On Wednesday, March 8 at Carriageworks in Sydney, Brock Jarvis will headline our No Limit on Fox event against challenging foreign challenger Marlon Paniamogan.
Jarvis has been working incredibly hard and travelling the globe to get ready for this fight in an effort to avenge his first career defeat. Some of the finest Australian fighters, including rising lightweight Kayne Clarke and heavyweight prospect Liam Taliava’a, are also competing at the event.
Jarvis, who is coached by the illustrious four-time world champion Jeff Fenech, is looking to rebound after suffering the first defeat of his professional career to fellow countryman Liam Paro in Brisbane last October.
In preparation for this battle, the 25-year-old Sydney resident has travelled the world, splitting his time between training in Thailand, Canada, and Australia.
Brock Jarvis is back, baby, and boy is he eager to bang, according to George Rose, CEO of No Limit Boxing.
“Australian fight fans adore Brock’s all-action style, and I know he’s fired up for this one,” said one fan. He’s spent a ridiculous amount of time and money travelling the globe to get ready for this battle.
“I watched him slogging through chest-deep snow in Canada, and then a few weeks later, he was sweating profusely and fighting in some of the hardest boxing clubs in the back alleys of Bangkok. All under the strict supervision of four-time world winner Jeff Fenech, who is fully aware of what it takes to succeed.
In the other matches of the evening, Melbourne-based Hunter Loane, a former stablemate of rising Australian lightweight Kayne “Superman” Clarke (13-0, 9KO), will face off against him over six rounds. Liam Taliava’a (3-0), a heavyweight prospect from Sydney, takes on Michael Seko of Melbourne, and Gary Philips and George Peterson repeat.
Brock Jarvis vs Marlon Paniamogan Fight Card:
- Brock Jarvis vs Marlon Paniamogan
- Kayne Clarke vs. Hunter Ioane
- Jason Fawcett vs. Isaias Sette
- Liam Talivaa vs. Michael Seko
- Gary Phillips vs. George Peterson