Hemi Ahio vs. Christian Ndzie Tsoye: Age, Height, Weight, Reach, Net Worth, Record, And More

Published 06/04/2022, 9:21 AM EDT

WBC Middle East Heavyweight Champion Hemi Ahio is set to face Christian Ndzie Tsoye in an 8-round heavyweight match. The bout will feature the undercard of George Kambosos Jr. vs Devin Haney.

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The fight will take place on June 4th at the Marvel Stadium in Melbourne, Australia, in front of 56,000 fans.

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Hemi Ahio vs. Christian Ndzie Tsoye: Physical Attributes

Hemi Ahio is a 31-year-old boxer from New Zealand. He stands 6 feet tall and has a reach of 73 inches and has an unbeaten professional record of 18-0 with 13 KO victories. Moreover, Ahio has held the WBC Middle East Heavyweight, and the IBO Oceania-Oriental Heavyweight title since 2021. Ahio made his professional debut in 2013 with a TKO win over Clint Foai.

 

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On the other hand, Christian Ndzie Tsoye is a 32-year-old boxer from Australia, but he was born in Cameroon. He has a professional record of 5 wins, 4 losses and 2 draws in his 11 professional fights. Tsoye made his professional debut in 2017 with a TKO win over Kofi Johnson and is yet to hold any championships.

Other facts about Hemi Ahio and Christian Ndzie Tsoye

Ahio is the more famous and recognizable boxer of the two. He took up boxing in 2012 after he was attacked and stabbed by a group of men while waiting for a bus. He has also been compared to a young Mike Tyson due to his height and ferocity, earning him the nickname the ‘Tongan Tyson’. There are no details about his personal life in the public domain and his net worth and career earnings are also unknown.

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Similarly, there is very little information about Christan Ndzie Tsoye, as he was relatively unknown in the boxing world before this bout. He was part of a controversy during 2018 Commonwealth Games where five athletes, including him, went missing. There are no details about his personal life and his net worth is also unspecified.

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Now, coming to the fight, Ahio is the obvious favorite to win as he is coming in as the far more accomplished and experienced boxer, but Tsoye will certainly be looking for an upset. Ahio last fought in October 2021, securing a victory over Mohammad Ali Bayat in Dubai and would love to continue his winning streak. Meanwhile, Tsoye is coming out of a loss against Justis Huni, who he fought in May 2021.

Both fighters will be looking to make their mark in front of 56,000 fans and this seems to be a very interesting fight. Who do you think will win? Let us know in the comments.

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Sahil Sood

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Sahil Sood is a Boxing writer at EssentiallySports. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communication and has a keen interest in the sweet science of boxing. His journey in boxing began when he first saw highlights of Mike Tyson as a teenager and then followed the rise of Floyd Mayweather Sahil is an avid fan of Tyson Fury and Vasiliy Lomachenko and strongly believes that Lomachenko is pound for pound the best boxer in the world.

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