Mairis Briedis vs Jai Opetaia Live After some postponements, Jai Opetaia will finally get his shot at the IBF Cruiserweight Championship when he plays against Mairis Briedis this Saturday.
Undefeated in 21 professional games, Briedis will be the toughest test since losing to Oleksandr Usyk in 2018.
The pair were originally set to meet on April 6, but this was canceled because the Latvian champion was infected with COVID-19 and then the flu. As a result, May 11th became a new battle day, which was canceled due to a rib injury to the operator.
Mairis Briedis vs Jai Opetaia Kick Off Time
Date: Saturday, July 2
Main card: 7 p.m. AEST , 10 a.m. BST , 5 a.m. ET
Main event ring walks (approx): 9 p.m. AEST, 12 p.m. BST, 7 a.m. ET
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Mairis Briedis vs Jai Opetaia Briedis, described as “the best cruiserweight in the world,” had to wait a little longer than expected to fight the operator due to the COVID-19 issue. Following the virus, injuries and further surgery meant that Latvian champions suffered further pushbacks on battle days.
But IBF champion Briedis’s relaxed spirit was visible to everyone, so it was like business to the champion as usual. He started by wearing a “crocodile dandy” hat and jokingly commenting on the two promoters supporting their fighters at a press conference.
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Mairis Briedis vs Jai Opetaia live Bio
MAIRIS BRIEDIS RECORD AND BIO
Date of Birth: January 13, 1985
Height: 6′ 1″
Total Fights: 29
Record: 28-1 (20 KOs)
JAI OPETAIA RECORD AND BIO
Date of Birth: June 30, 1995
Height: 6′ 3″
Total Fights: 21
Record: 21-0 (17 KOs)
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Mairis Briedis vs Jai Opetaia live CHANNEL Tv Chennal
AUS: Foxtel PPV
U.S.: FITE TV
UK: FITE TV
Mairis Briedis vs Jai Opetaia Undefeated Australian boxer Jay Opera is confident that he has the skills to defeat IBF and Ring Magazine cruiserweight champion Mairis Briedis in tomorrow’s Gold Coast title match.
I believe we can match him when it matters, “the operator told reporters after the weigh-in.
He had some great fighters and he had a great heritage.
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Mairis Briedis vs Jai Opetaia live FIGHT CARD Full
1.Mairis Briedis vs. Jai Opetaia for Briedis’ IBF world cruiserweight title
2. Isaac Hardman vs. Beau Hartas; Middleweight
3. Dana Coolwell vs. Lorenz Ladrada; Featherweight
4. Taylah Robertson vs. Yoselin Rodriguez; Women’s super flyweight
5. Faris Chevalier vs. Conor Wallace; Light heavyweight
6.Joel Camilleri vs. Koen Mazoudier; Super welterweight
7.David Nyika vs. Louis Marsters; Cruiserweight
8.Austin Aokuso vs. Laurence Titter; Catchweight
9. Miles Zalewski vs. Shiva Mishra; Featherweight
Mairis Briedis vs Jai Opetaia The Australian boxer has a 21-0 record, he has been weeping in recent years and is in the next row of cruiserweight world titles.
At the age of 16, the operator participated in the 2012 Olympics as a heavyweight, making him the youngest Australian Olympic boxer in history.
At the age of 26, he competes in a cruiserweight weight of 86.2 kg for his fight and stands 193 cm with a reach of 193 cm.
The cruiserweight is undefeated in his professional career with 21 wins and 17 wins in KO.