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JEFF Horn is at the defining moment of his career. A first defence of his WBO welterweight title has the potential to fire him towards some of the biggest names in boxing in 2018. An unexpected loss against Gary Corcoran at Brisbane Convention Centre on Wednesday night and the conspiracy theorist’s criticism over his contentious win over Manny Pacquiao in July grows legs. Follow all the action from 5.15pm (AEDT) when the seven-fight undercard begins.
Welcome to Wide World of Sports‘ live coverage of Jeff Horn vs Gary Corcoran in the Battle for Brisbane 2. Here you’ll find a round-by-round live blog, updates, and video highlights, as well as the full result when the fight is over. This is Jeff Horn’s first title defence after he won the WBO Welterweight Title in February by defeating Manny Pacqiuao.
For some reason, the build-up to Horn vs Corcoran has been all about The Hornet’s head. In the pre-fight press conference, the Corcoran camp did everything they could to upset the Aussie by accusing him of being a dirty fighter in his fight against Manny Pacquiao.
It might have got to Horn a little by the end, but the word out of the camp is that he is primed to dominate this fight. He’s in peak physical condition, and hasn’t shirked on the training despite Corcoran being a relative unknown in Aussie boxing circles.
That’s not to say the British brawler should be underestimated. He’s a fighter, a tough one, who can inflict damage on the Australian if he gets lazy. Awaiting Horn with a victory in this fight is a much bigger prize – potentially something to the tune of $10 million, against Pacquiao again, or potentially Amir Khan.
Khan has said before the fight that’s he’s not shy of making it happen. “Horn is a fighter now who is making some noises around the world of boxing,” Khan told reporters.