Origin Rumble 2022 will take place at Brisbane’s Nissan Arena on September 15, 2022. Paul Gallen, a former NRL premiership-winning skipper, will be taking on Justin Hodges (boxing) and Ben Hannant (boxing). We have all the information you need about the Origin Rumble 2022 live: date, start time and full cards. You can also find where to view the fights.
WHAT TIME DOES IT START?
The undercard starts from 7pm (AEST) with at least an hour between Gallen’s two fights.
Origin Rumble 2022: Paul Gallen vs Justin Hodges/Ben Hannant Live Stream
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Gallen vs. Hodges and Hannant Preview
On the same night, the former NRL premiership-winning skipper will face off against the Maroons’ Justin Hodges as well as Ben Hannant. The main event will feature the rivalry between the NSW Maroons and Queensland Maroons in the boxing ring.
Paul Gallen has a record of 12-2-1. This will be Gallen’s first fight since his May loss to Kris Terzievski.
Origin Rumble 2022: Start Time, Ring Walks and Venue
- Date: Thursday, 15 Sept. 2022
- Start Time 6:00 PM AEST (GMT+10)
- Main card: 7:00 PM AEST
- Main Event Ring Walks 9:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. AEST (approx.
- Venue: Nissan Arena, Brisbane
The main event will begin at 6:00 PM, before the pay-per view main cards begin at 7:00 PM. For the first fight, the ring walks will begin at 9:00 PM. The ring walks will reveal the opponent for Paul Gallen’s first fight. The length of the undercards will determine when the main event starts.
ORIGIN RUMBLE FULL FIGHT CARD
Paul Gallen vs. Ben Hannant, Justin Hodges
Joe Goodall vs Arsene Fosso
Ben Hussain vs. Lachie Higgins
Junior Tafa vs. David Tuliloa
Ty Telford vs. Vanlalawmpuia
Jack Bowen vs. Renold Quinlan
Miles Zalewski vs. Shiva Mishra
Jalen Tait vs. Krishnil Mudaliar
Angel Rushton vs. Ange Harries
Desley Robinson vs. Stephanie Mfongwot
HOW GALLEN’S HISTORIC BUTS WILL UNFOLD
The format was confirmed after weeks of discussions, during which Gallen threatened to leave.
Each fight will consist of four rounds lasting two minutes each. Gallen will have at least one hour between rounds.
Justin Hodges, Gallen and Ben Hannant are expected to be the first opponents.
Gallen had earlier in the week accused No Limit of throwing him under a bus for not telling their fighter about the order.
Gallen’s frustration is compounded by the incredible financial incentive Hodges and Hannant have to beat their competitor.
The Queensland legends reached an agreement on a rematch clause, which will see each of them receive $1 million for a fight with Gallen. Gallen will be retiring in December.
Paul Gallen could retire against UFC legend Rob Whittaker in a multi-million-dollar fight.
News Corp has learned that Gallen’s promoters No Limit Boxing met with Whittaker to discuss a cross-combat fighter before Christmas.
Gallen still has one fight on his No Limit contract – and the boxing promoter powerhouse wants him to end the NRL legend in a blaze against Whittaker.
Gallen would face a formidable opponent in this Auckland-born UFC World Champion. Gallen recently turned 41 and is aware of the beatings he suffered against Kris Terzievski and Justis Huni over the past 15 months.
Whittaker defeated Martin Vettori in France a fortnight back and No Limit boss Matt Rose confirmed that he had many discussions with Whittaker, 31, who was once part of a Cronulla development program, where Gallen won a premiership last year.