Mauricio Lara and Josh Warrington square off in the rematch at Emerald Headingley Stadium in Leeds, England on Saturday September 4, which makes it Sunday September 5 in Australia. The scheduled for twelve rounds featherweight bout headlines the Matchroom Boxing fight card live on DAZN.
In the co-feature undisputed lightweight champion Katie Taylor defends her belts in a ten-rounder against Jennifer Han. Also on the card Conor Benn defends his WBA Continental welterweight title in a ten-rounder against Adrian Granado, and Jovanni Straffon defends his IBO lightweight title in a twelve-rounder against Maxi Hughes.
Among other bouts, Ebanie Bridges takes on Mailys Gangloff in a eight-rounder at bantamweight, Hopey Price faces Zahid Hussain in a ten-rounder for a vacant IBO International super bantamweight title, and Jack Bateson battles Felix Garcia in a six-rounder at super bantamweight. In addition, Brandon Stansfield meets MJ Hall in a four-rounder at super welterweight, and Mali Wright squares off against Antony Woolery in a four-rounder at light heavyweight.
How to watch Mauricio Lara vs Josh Warrington 2
Boxing fans can watch Mauricio Lara vs Josh Warrington 2 live stream on DAZN. The date and start time is scheduled for Saturday, September 4 at 7 pm BST in the UK and 2 pm ET / 11 am PT in the United States. The main event is expected at around 10 pm BST in the UK and 5 pm ET / 2 pm PT in the US.
The date and time when Lara vs Warrington 2 airs live stream in Australia is Sunday, September 5 at 4 am AEST / 2 am AWST. The headline-bout is expected at approximately 7 am AEST / 5 am AWST.
Lara vs Warrington 2 free live stream of undercard starts two hours prior on Matchroom Boxing and DAZN channels on YouTube.
Get the full Lara vs Warrington 2 fight card below and stay tuned with results.
Lara vs Warrington 2 fight card
- Mauricio Lara vs. Josh Warrington – technical draw (R2 at 3:00, Lara cut above left eye due to head clash) | Watch highlights
- Katie Taylor def. Jennifer Han by unanimous decision (100-89, 100-89, 100-89) – retains WBC, WBA, IBF, WBO and Ring Magazine lightweight titles | Watch highlights
- Conor Benn def. Adrian Granados by unanimous decision (100-90, 99-91, 97-93) – retains WBA Continental welterweight title
- Maxi Hughes def. Jovanni Straffon by unanimous decision (120-107, 120-107, 119-109) – wins IBO lightweight title
- Ebanie Bridges def. Mailys Gangloff by points (77-76) | Watch highlights
- Hopey Price def. Zahid Hussain by TKO (R2) – wins vacant IBO International super bantamweight title
- Jack Bateson def. Felix Garcia by points
- Brandon Stansfield def. MJ Hall by points
- Mali Wright def. Antony Woolery by RTD (R2)