Mauricio Lara vs Josh Warrington 2 date: UK start time, full undercard, live stream and how ...

Mauricio Lara and Josh Warrington will face off once again this weekend in their highly-anticipated rematch.

Lara took out Warrington in February, claiming a ninth-round TKO win in London.

Josh Warrington takes on Mauricio Lara in their highly-anticipated rematch this weekend

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Josh Warrington takes on Mauricio Lara in their highly-anticipated rematch this weekend

Now, they will clash again with the rematch taking place in Warrington’s home city of Leeds.

‘The Leeds Warrior’, who was unbeaten in 30 fights before facing Lara, will be determined to bounce back fast and set the record straight against Lara.

Meanwhile, Mexico’s ‘Bronco’ will be eyeing another win as he looks to set up a world title shot soon.

It will be a stacked card in Headingley with Conor Benn v Adrian Granados and Katie Taylor v Jennifer Han also in action.

Lara v Warrington: Date and how to watch

This twelve-round featherweight bout will take place on Saturday, September 4 and is being held at the Emerald Headingley Stadium in Leeds.

The ring walks for Lara v Warrington are expected from 10:30pm on the night.

Streaming service DAZN will be showing the fight in the UK from 7pm.

DAZN costs £1.99 per month and subscribers can cancel anytime. It is available on all devices. Sign up at DAZN.com.

Lara took out Warrington in February, claiming a ninth-round TKO win in London

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Lara took out Warrington in February, claiming a ninth-round TKO win in London

Lara v Warrington: Undercard

Subject to change

  • MAIN EVENT: Mauricio Lara v Josh Warrington
  • Jovanni Straffon v Maxi Hughes – for IBO lightweight title
  • Conor Benn v Adrian Granados – for WBA continental welterweight title
  • Katie Taylor v Jennifer Han – for WBC, WBA, IBF, WBO lightweight title
  • Hopey Price v Zahid Hussain
  • Ebanie Bridges v Mailys Gangloff
  • Brandon Stansfield v MJ Hall
  • Mali Wright v Antony Woolery
  • Jack Bateson v TBA

Lara v Warrington: What’s been said?

Mauricio Lara: “Warrington said that I got lucky. Believe me. There’s no luck in boxing. I’ve never won anything with luck. I won with hard work and a lot of discipline.

“Of course, since I beat him I feel I’m the champion. Like they say in my town, I’m a champion without a crown. It sounds nice and I think I’ve earned it with hard work.

“I want to be number one in the world and I’m going to achieve that.

“I knew I had to win decisively in the first fight. This time it will be different. I’ll win, but you’ll see a totally different Mauricio Lara. I’ll be a different person.

“I have more drive in this fight because Warrington has been saying a lot of things and he’ll regret it.

“We think he’s going to be very careful with his face and his jaw so we’ll watch out with his strategy. But believe me, it doesn’t matter what strategy he has because I’m coming to destroy him.

“I’m a very humble person. He won my respect in the first fight because he was number one in the world, but that’s no longer the case.

“He doesn’t respect me and he has said many things about my dad. He made a mistake, believe me. He met a friendly version of me and look what happened.”

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