This weekend brings a busy schedule of boxing and an interesting one will fly a little bit under the radar. Prospects Liam Paro and Brock Jarvis face off in a junior welterweight match in Matchroom’s Australia debut. The WBO Global title is on the line, but this will likely move one of the two fighters further into the mainstream title discussion.
How to watch Liam Paro vs. Brock Jarvis
The Paro-Jarvis will air on DAZN as part of the regular subscription service. The main card will get started at 4 a.m. ET. Main event ring walks are expected late in the 7 a.m. hour.
Paro comes into the bout with a 22-0 record and holding the WBO Global title. Paro’s last fight was December 2021 when he beat Yomar Alamo via split decision on the Paul-Woodley 2 undercard. He claimed scorecards of 96-93 and 95-94 while one judge had it 95-94 Alamo. 13 of Paro’s wins have come by knockout.
Jarvis is 20-0 with 18 knockouts. He last fought in October 2021, when he knocked out Alejandro Frias Rodriguez to claim the IBF Inter-Continental lightweight title. He’s quickly worked his way up in weight over his past four fights. His last four fights in succession have been at 122, 126, 130, and 135 pounds. This fight will be at 140 pounds.
Paro vs. Jarvis DraftKings Sportsbook odds
Paro is a -210 favorite while Jarvis is a +165 underdog. Total rounds is installed at 10.5 with the over pried at -190 and the under priced at +150.
The favored fight outcome is Paro by decision or technical decision at +120, followed by Paro via KO, TKO, or DQ at +275. A Jarvis stoppage is +330 and a Jarvis decision is +500.
Full card for Paro vs. Jarvis
- Main event: Liam Paro vs. Brock Jarvis, 10 rounds, for Paro’s WBO Global junior welterweight title
- Cesar Mateo Tapia vs. Abdoulaye Mayweather, 10 rounds, for Tapia’s WBA Oceania super middleweight title
- Demsey McKean vs. Patrick Korte, 10 rounds, for vacant IBF Inter-Continental heavyweight title
- Skye Nicolson vs. Krystina Jacobs, 10 rounds, for vacant Commonwealth Boxing Council featherweight title
- Rocky Ogden vs. Ben Cameron Hands, 10 rounds, for Australian junior lightweight title
- Mirko Pizzi vs. Dylan Biggs, 8 rounds, for Pizzi’s Australian National Boxing Federation Australasian junior middleweight title
- Jalen Tait vs. Rhys Evans, 8 rounds, for Tait’s Australian National Boxing Federation Australasian lightweight title