Huni goes the distance against Tsoye

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing

Australian heavyweight champion Justis Huni (4-0, 3 KOs) went the distance for the first time in his pro career, taking a one-sided ten round unanimous decision over Christian Ndzie Tsoye (5-4-2, 4 KOs) on Wednesday night at the ICC Exhibition Centre, Sydney, NSW, Australia. Huni was in command all the way, but didn’t come close to stopping Tsoye. Scores were 98-92, 99-91, 99-91.

Next up for Huni is a June 16 clash with Australia’s biggest boxing PPV attraction former rugby league star Paul Gallen.

Unbeaten light heavyweight Isaac Hardman (10-0, 8 KOs) stopped veteran Robert Berridge (30-8-4, 22 KOs) in round eight.

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  • I don’t understand why we only had two fights on. Could somebody not be bothered putting a card together?

    If I was Hardman, I’d be concerned that I didn’t get Berridge out of there in a couple of a rounds. And as an Aussie, I’m concerned that Huni is our Olympic hope. He’s not going far in there Olympics. Gallen’s pressure and fitness will cause Huni some serious problems.

    • Huni will fuck Gallen up.

      The Gallen Show ends on the canvas.

  • Absolutely a great plan,get some rounds up your sleeve against a foe he could’ve finished off at anytime ….I saw the fight…he didn’t have to stop his foe… his boxing skills are beautiful and he just racked up the points. Afterall it is called boxing.
    Paul Gallen look out!

    • This young man has enormous talent and he’s only a Baby when it comes to H/W …. he’s got the goods and although it wasn’t a KO I might add that Nigerians are very difficult to knock out,hard heads for sure !

  • He spent 10 rounds laying leather on him – with the biggest amateur comp in the olympics coming up and very few amateur comps or travel allowed to assist with training, that was a pretty smart move by Huni

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