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Geovana Peres vs. Claire Hafner Live Stream 2019 — Today Live Free

Geovana Peres vs. Claire Hafner Live Stream 2019

Geovana Peres vs. Claire Hafner Live Stream 2019
Geovana Peres vs. Claire Hafner Live Stream 2019
Geovana Peres vs. Claire Hafner Live Stream 2019
Geovana Peres vs. Claire Hafner Live Stream 2019

Geovana Peres vs. Claire Hafner Live Stream 2019

October 4, 2019
Geovana Peres vs. Claire Hafner
(WBO women’s light heavyweight title)
Venue: Sky City Convention Centre, Auckland

PERES VS HAFNER, WBO World Light Heavyweight Title Fight presented by GO Rentals

MAIN EVENT
Geovana PERES vs (Blue) Claire HAFNER
WBO Women’s Light Heavyweight World Title
(10 x 2 minute rounds)

MAIN UNDERCARD
Tessa TUALEVAO vs Lani DANIELS
PBC Women’s New Zealand Middleweight Title (
8 x 2 minute rounds)

INTERNATIONAL HEAVYWEIGHT ATTRACTION
Herman ENE PURCELL (AUS) vs Viliamu MOTUSAGA (NZ)
(5 x 3 minutes)

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S BOUT
Patricia VAKA (NZ) vs Desley ROBINSON (Australia)
(4 x 2 minutes)

FIRST PRO FIGHT
Gentiane LUPI (Wellington) vs Karen TE RUKI-PASENE (Northland)
(4 x 2 minutes)

Canada’s Claire Hafner has landed in Auckland in front of her tilt at Kiwi star Geovana Peres’ WBO Light Heavyweight crown at Auckland’s SKY CITY Convention Center on Friday night – and has quickly vowed to take the title back home to Ottawa. “I am going to win on Friday night,” Hafner said. “The time has come to take the belt on to its next voyage.” The world’s No. 2 positioned heavyweight, Hafner dropped weight over the Northern Hemisphere summer to make light heavyweight for her title shot, and has landed in Auckland looking especially fit and solid. “I am prepared to go,” she said. “I am super-energized – commonplace pre-battle energy, a tad of nerves. It is a stunning chance.” Hafner and Peres looked at one another just because at a photograph shoot on Auckland’s Cheltenham Beach on Tuesday morning, with the Canadian challenger saying the Kiwi champion gave off an impression of being “precisely what she anticipated”. “That is something worth being thankful for. I have seen some video of her and everything appears to coordinate.” Hafner, on the other hand, is to a great extent an obscure amount. Her last three successes have gone ahead the street against intense adversaries, moving her up the rankings, anyway none of those sessions were broadcast, causing tutoring to up on her a test. “I adore that. I like coming in as an obscure and astounding everyone,” she said. Peres said she wasn’t at all flustered by the absence of learning about Hafner. “I am prepared for her. My camp this time was quite a lot more exceptional than the last one. I am set up for everything and anything. I am a lot more grounded and fitter than last time [a triumph over Lani Daniels in March for the empty WBO title]. “We worked a great deal on aptitudes and had a colossal assortment of fighting – in this way, no doubt, I am prepared.” Peres declined to state whether she would modify the high-power, front-foot approach that earned her the triumph over Daniels in an exciting experience. “I surmise we’ll need to sit back and watch. [Hafner] resembles a beautiful woman – yet I don’t know in the ring what can come. So I can’t make any suppositions. Allows simply go in the ring and see what occurs.” Promoter Bruce Glozier of Rival Sports said the occasion was on track for a rat. “We have a bunch of GA tickets left yet they are going quick,” Glozier said. “We’ve really included another standing room ticket for this show to expand limit by 150 – yet those are exceptionally near being sold out too. So it will be a pressed house with an astounding air on Friday night.” The primary undercard from the occasion sees Northland’s Daniels take on Auckland’s Tessa Tualevao for the NZ PBC middleweight title – a rematch of a traveling attracted challenge August. The card likewise includes a worldwide heavyweight standoff between Australia Herman Ene-Purcell – the warrior who dropped Paul Gallen in the first round of their 2016 session – and Kiwi Viliamu Motusaga; in addition to a universal middleweight conflict between rising Australia star Desley Robinson and Kiwi prospect Trish Vaka.

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