Australian heavyweights Justis Huni and Joseph Goodall will battle it out for the WBO Oriental and IBF Pan-Pacific Regional titles as they both look to continue their rise in the world ranks.
The unbeaten Justis Huni, 5-0 and conqueror of Paul Gallen, is the only boxer in Australian history to come out of the amateurs and win a national professional title on debut. He lines up June 15 at Nissan Arena for his toughest challenge yet on the road to a world heavyweight title.
|Event||Justis Huni vs Joe Goodall|
|Date||Wednesday 15 June 2022|
|Venue||Nissan Arena, Nathan, Queensland, Australia|
Huni takes on the unbeaten Joseph Goodall 7-0-1. Goodall, the Brisbane born 2014 Commonwealth Games silver medallist, now lives and trains in the boxing capital of the world: Las Vegas, Nevada under the watchful eyes of proven world class trainers Kevin and Taylor Barry.
Kevin Barry helped Joseph Parker claim the WBO world heavyweight title, while his son Taylor is currently in the corner of none other than WBC world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury.
Goodall will enter the ring with his best preparation ever and poses the biggest risk yet to dethroning the current heavyweight champion of Australian, Justis Huni.
These are Australia’s two best professional heavyweight boxers, with amateur pedigree and rivalry to match, do not miss what will be an explosive match up, where someone’s “O” has got to go!
Huni vs Goodall Full Fight Card:
- Justis Huni vs Joe Goodall – IBF Pan Pacific Heavyweight Title
- Andrei Mikhailovich vs Ernesto Espana – IBF Pan Pacific Middle Title
- Luke Boyd vs Shamal Ram Anuj – WBA Oceania Super Bantam Title
- Jack Gipp vs Francis Waitai
- Austin Aokuso vs Louis Marsters
- Hone Huni vs Thomas Wilkins
- Bryce McLachlan vs Dan Hill
- Toese Vousiutu vs Marvin Feterika