Hello Viewers, How to watch Horn vs Corcoran Live Stream WBO welterweight world title on the line for the first time when he faces dangerous Englishman Gary Corcoran Brisbane on Wednesday night. Jeff Horn vs Gary Corcoran live undercard stream, results, updates, full card Below details & streaming link.
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Title: WBO welterweight
Where: Brisbane, Australia
When: December 13
Time: 7.30pm AEDT
Status: Live Stream
It is Horn’s first title defence since his stunning upset of Filipino boxing legend Manny Pacquiao in July. A win at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre on Wednesday is likely to secure a shot at unbeaten American Terrence Crawford, one of the world’s best fighters pound-for-pound.
Jeff Horn vs Gary Corcoran will be The Hornet’s attempt to show everyone just why he’s the WBO Welterweight champion. With controversy surrounding the circumstances under which he won the title against Manny Pacquiao, many have written the Aussie champ off as a boxing pretender.
Frank Greaves, the trainer of challenger Gary Corcoran, watched on intently and wasted no time stoking an already raging fire as he suggested Horn’s camp could be endangering his health with the sort of dramatic weight drop that had the champion reaching for an energy drink only moments after he stepped off the scales having dropped 3kg in half a day.
“He looked dry, he looked very dry in the face,” Greaves said. “Physically speaking, he looked OK from the neck down. But he looked very dry around the mouth and there was a lot of clapping of lips together. He has probably spent ‘x’ amount of time in the bath, training in sauna suits. Lots of fighters do it. I don’t do it with my fighters because, to be honest, there is a lot of life to live after boxing and I think it is dangerous.
“I am not saying they don’t care about him but I wouldn’t allow my fighter to do it because it is dangerous. I think it is risky. Win, lose or draw, I know after the fight I can lay my head on the pillow and know my job is done.
“Boxing is a dangerous sport but I want to be safe first and foremost. I wouldn’t do what they do. It is purely a safety thing.”