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Hall vs. Scott: Date, start time, odds & card


AFL great Barry Hall returns to the boxing ring to take on exiled former rugby league player Curtis Scott in a heavyweight showdown in Wollongong on July 10.

Now 47, Hall has vowed to make amends for his first-round knockout loss at the hands of Sonny Bill Williams in his last outing just over two years ago.

Scott, 26, is 2-0 after switching to boxing, having not played in the NRL since 2021 after he was convicted of assaulting and threatening his former partner.

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The cross-code bout will act as the chief support to world title hopeful Sam Goodman’s fight with Thailand Chainoi Warowut.

Also on the card, an intriguing domestic clash sees two-time world title challenger Liam Wilson make his lightweight debut against Youssef Dib.

Here’s everything you need to know about the event:

Hall vs. Scott and Goodman vs. Worawut take place on Wednesday, July 10.

Last in action in March 2022, Hall will have to overcome some ring rust if he’s to get by Scott who has already fought twice this year.

For Goodman, he was last in action in March and is hoping a win over Worawut will have primed for a meeting with pound-for-pound superstar Naoya Inoue at the end of the year.

The Hall vs. Scott fight card will be available live on Fox Sports, Main Event, and Kayo.

Foxtel subscribers can purchase the pay-per-view portion of the night through Main Event, with Kayo users able to purchase Hall vs. Scott through the app.

The PPV portion of the card begins at 7pm AEST.

The main card will cost an additional $59.95 on Main Event via Kayo Sports or Foxtel.

You do not need a Kayo Sports subscription to buy the pay-per-view.

WATCH: Hall vs. Scott and Goodman vs. Worawut, live on Kayo

Hall vs. Scott will take place at the WIN Entertainment Centre in Wollongong, which has a capacity of around 5,000.

Scott recorded a KO victory over Joey Leilua at the venue in March.

Illawarra local Goodman is expected to have a big turnout, having scored a big win over Mark Schleibs in front of his loyal home fans earlier this year.

Betting odds are not yet available for the card.

Check back closer to the event for updated markets.

Bouts and order subject to change

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