Mea Motu vs Ayisha Abied Boxing At ABA Stadium

Two division New Zealand national champion “The NightMea” Motu will be fighting on the 12th of February with the aim to break the 14-year record for holding the most New Zealand national titles in the women’s division.

Event Mea Motu vs Ayisha Abied
Date Saturday 12 February 2022
Venue ABA Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand
Live Stream

In New Zealand, there are four national commissioning bodies in the professional boxing industry. Professional boxing commission of New Zealand (PBCNZ or NZPBC est 2016), Pro Box New Zealand (est 2012), New Zealand National Boxing Federation (NZNBF est 1980s) and New Zealand Professional Boxing Association (NZPBA est 1960s).

The record for the most national titles by a female boxer is currently held by multiple women, however, the person that first reach the record was Daniella Smith, winning the NZPBA Super welterweight title in 2006 and NZPBA Welterweight title in 2008.

Former WBO World champion Geovana Peres was the second person to match the record by winning the NZNBF Light Heavyweight title and NZPBC Light Heavyweight title in the same year of 2017, becoming the first female to win a title from two different commissioning bodies. The third person that has reached that record was Lani Daniels when she won the NZPBA Light Heavyweight title in 2017 and Pro Box NZ Super Middleweight title in 2018, becoming the first female to win two different titles from two different commissioning bodies and different weight divisions at the same time.

Mea Motu is the most recent boxer to match the record with her winning the NZPBA lightweight title and NZPBC Super Lightweight title last year. Next weekend she aims to beat the record that was set 14 years ago by Daniella Smith. Not only is she wanting to beat the women’s record, she is wanting to beat the men’s record, which is held by Sean Sullivan.

Motu vs Abied Fight Card:

How To Watch Motu vs Abied Live In NZ

There are Many ways to watch Mea Motu vs Ayisha Abied live stream with or without cable. The official live streaming broadcaster is Fox Sports PPV, Foxtel and the main event. While Boxer has a contract with the network, pay-per-view fights are not worth it or they will broadcast the under cards live . if you are interested in another competition there are more ways to look at them.

You can watch Motu v Abied live coverage via the FOX app. It works on most of the devices you have already. It is especially easy if you have a subscription to Fox Sports PPV. You can download the app on your devices, sign in to the app, then start the stream.

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