Get Ready for an Epic Showdown: Your Guide to Watching Sonny Bill Williams vs Barry Hall
Get ready for an electrifying night of boxing as former dual rugby code New Zealand champion, Sonny Bill Williams, takes on ex-AFL star and premiership winner, Barry Hall, tonight in Sydney. The two fighters are set to headline an array of bouts, and we’ve got all the details on how to watch this epic event.
After winning his debut back in May 2009, Sonny Bill Williams has remained unbeaten for eight bouts, with three of those wins resulting in knockouts. Meanwhile, Barry Hall has only fought once, in a six-round match against Paul Gallen back in 2019.
While these celebrity bouts may not be taken seriously by some, both Williams and Hall are highly committed and have engaged in tense exchanges leading up to the fight. Williams criticized Hall’s character, while Hall retorted by agreeing with Williams’ claim of not being a trash talker.
To catch all the action, you’ll need to purchase the event from Stan Sport, which will feature eight other clashes in addition to the main event on March 23. The fight is expected to commence at around 9:30 pm AEDT, dependent on the duration of the undercard fights. The event starts at 6 pm AEDT, and the fee is $50, and you will require an active Stan subscription. If you’re not a previous subscriber, Stan Sport is also offering a 30-day free trial.
The full list of fights on the card includes: Khalid Baker vs Fillimoni Naliva Jr (4 rounds), Terry Nikolas vs Jason Medawar (4 rounds), Billal Akkaway vs Sebastian Singh (6 rounds), Mitchel Stapleton vs Michael Hall (6 rounds), Willis Meehan vs Uria Afamasaga (6 rounds), Rahim Mundine vs Lepani Levatia (4 rounds), Paul Fleming vs Jackson England (10 rounds), and finally, Sonny Bill Williams vs Barry Hall (8 rounds).
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