Undisputed lightweight champion Katie Taylor defends her belts against Miriam Gutierrez on Saturday, November 14 (Sunday, November 15). The scheduled for ten rounds championship bout headlines the fight card billed as “World Title Tripleheader” taking place at The SSE Arena, Wembley.
The co-feature bout is a ten-round matchup between the defending WBC and IBO super featherweight champion Terri Harper and challenger Katharina Thanderz. In addition, Rachel Ball and Jorgelina Guanini square off in a ten-round battle with a vacant interim WBC super bantamweight title on the line. The full Taylor vs Gutierrez undercard can be found below. Weigh-in results here.
How to watch Katie Taylor vs Miriam Gutierrez
Boxing fans can watch Katie Taylor vs Miriam Gutierrez live on Sky Sports, Sky Sports channel on YouTube and Sky Sports page on Facebook in the UK (as per announcement), and DAZN in the US.
The first bout is set for live stream on Sky Sports Facebook. The date and start time is scheduled for November 14 at 6:10 pm GMT in the UK and 1:10 pm ET / 10:10 am PT in the US, which in Australia converts to November 15 at 5:10 am AEDT. The main portion of Taylor vs Gutierrez fight card begins on November 14 at 7 pm GMT in the UK, 2 pm ET / 11 am PT in the US, which makes it November 15 at 6 am AEDT in Australia.
Stay tuned with Taylor vs Gutierrez results below.
Taylor vs Gutierrez card
Katie Taylor def. Miriam Gutierrez by unanimous decision (99-91, 100-90, 100-89) – retains WBA, WBC, IBF, WBO, and The Ring lightweight titles
Terri Harper def. Katharina Thanderz by TKO (R9 at 1:12) – retains WBC and IBO super featherweight titles
Rachel Ball def. Jorgelina Guanini by unanimous decision (99-92, 99-91, 99-91) – wins vacant interim WBC super bantamweight title
Jack Cullen def. John Docherty by unanimous decision (95-94, 96-94, 96-94) – wins British super middleweight title eliminator
Kash Farooq def. Angel Aviles by unanimous decision (99-91, 100-91, 100-90) – wins vacant WBA Continental bantamweight title
Thomas Whittaker-Hart def. Jermaine Springer by points decision (79-74)