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Warrington vs Lara 2: What time is fight, undercard, latest odds, prediction and ring walks tonight

Warrington vs Lara 2: What time is fight, undercard, latest odds, prediction and ring walks tonight



osh Warrington will hope to get back on track tonight in an eagerly anticipated rematch against Mauricio Lara.

Warrington – who had vacated the IBF featherweight title shortly before – looked out of sorts from the first bell at the SSE Arena in February in his first fight for 16 months and was knocked down in the fourth round before being stopped comprehensively in the ninth by the hard-hitting and ultra-aggressive Lara.

Back on home soil in Leeds, the 30-year-old knows he can simply not afford a repeat performance on Saturday night and must beat Lara to get his career quickly back on track.

Warrington vs Lara 2 headlines a stacked card in Yorkshire, with women’s undisputed lightweight champion Katie Taylor also defending her belts against IBF mandatory challenger and former featherweight title-holder Jennifer Han.


Conor Benn is back in action against Adrian Granados, defending his WBA Continental (Europe) welterweight title in a fight that was originally supposed to headline Matchroom Fight Camp 2 earlier this summer, only to be postponed after Benn tested positive for Covid-19.

Warrington vs Lara 2 fight card/undercard in full

Josh Warrington vs Mauricio Lara

Katie Taylor vs Jennifer Han

Conor Benn vs Adrian Granados


Jovanni Straffon vs Maxi Hughes

Hopey Price vs Zahid Hussain

Jack Bateson vs Felix Garcia

Ebanie Bridges vs Mailys Gangloff

Mali Wright vs Anthony Woolery


Brandon Stansfield vs MJ Hall

Warrington vs Lara 2 date, start time, venue and ring walks

Josh Warrington vs Mauricio Lara 2 takes place tonight – Saturday, September 4, 2021 – at Headingley Stadium in Leeds.

A passionate crowd of more than 20,000 fans are expected to cheer on one of the city’s favourite sons.

Ring walks for the main event are expected at around 10pm BST.


How to watch Warrington vs Lara 2

Tonight’s event is available to watch live on sport streaming service DAZN, who agreed a five-year deal with Matchroom Boxing earlier this year as the latter left long-term broadcast partners Sky Sports.