A who’s who of past and present NRL legends, including Sam Thaiday, Willie Mason and Josh Papalii, will take to the boxing ring on Friday for the All Stars Fight Night. Keen to catch all the action? This is The Roar’s guide to watching the event on TV, or tuning into an All Stars Fight Night live stream.
The main card begins at 7pm (AEDT), featuring controversial journeyman Todd Carney battling Wests Tigers premiership captain Scott Prince. The full main card is as follows:
Fight 1: Todd Carney vs Scott Prince
Fight 2: Craig Gower vs Matt Bowen
Fight 3: Sandor Earl vs Justin Hodges
Fight 4: Willie Mason vs Sam Thaiday
Fight 5: Junior Paulo vs Neville Costigan
Fight 6: Josh Papalii vs Ben Hannant
Papalii versus Hannant is the headline act for the night. That fight is scheduled to begin at roughly 9:15pm (AEDT).
All fights will be three rounds of two minutes each.
How to watch All Stars Fight Night on TV
As with most boxing events in Australia, the only way to watch this fight on TV is through Foxtel’s pay-per-view service, Main Event. They will cover all six fights for the evening, beginning at 7pm (AEDT), while the undercard will be shown on Fox League from 6:30pm.
To access Main Event, you’ll need a valid Foxtel subscription already. The event will set you back $49.95.
How to live stream All Stars Fight Night
Just like on TV, Main Event is your only option for watching all six fights online. You’re able to purchase the stream a number of different ways, but it’s easiest to just go through the Main Event website.
The undercard will be available to watch through Kayo Sports, which also requires a separate subscription, from 6:30pm (AEDT), but far as we can tell the main card won’t be shown on Kayo.