When, where and how to watch Katie Taylor's fight this weekend 1 month ago

When, where and how to watch Katie Taylor's fight this weekend

Everything you need to know about Taylor's next fight.

Katie Taylor returns to the ring this weekend against Karen Carabajal and we have everything you need to know about when, where and how to watch the big fight on your TV.

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This will be Taylor's first fight following her incredible win over Amanda Serrano which saw her become an undisputed two-weight world champion.

The undefeated fighter will want to continue her victory streak this weekend when she fights Argentina's Karen Elizabeth Carabajal at Wembley.

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Who is Taylor's opponent?

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Like the champ, Carabajal is also undefeated but has not fought anywhere near the same pedigree or standard that the Irish native has.

The Argentinian has mostly fought in her home country, but will be looking to do what no fighter has done yet, and dethrone Taylor.

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Where can I watch Taylor v Carabajal?

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The Taylor versus Carabajal fight will be streamed live on DAZN, which costs €7.99 a month in Ireland. You can subscribe here.

When and where is it?

Wembley Arena in London is hosting the fight, meaning that you will actually get to watch the bout at a reasonable hour.

The ring walk for the main event is expected to be around 10 pm on Saturday night.

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Who is on the undercard?

Katie Taylor vs Karen Elizabeth Carabajal – for WBA, WBC, IBF, WBO and The Ring lightweight titles

Jordan Gill vs Kiko Martinez

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Gary Cully vs TBA

John Hedges vs TBA

Jordan Reynolds vs TBA

Johnny Fisher vs TBA

What's the best fight on the undercard?

The showdown between Jordan Gill and Kiko Martinez is a fascinating one. Martinez has been around the block, and fought some of the biggest names in the division, including Belfast's Carl Frampton, who beat him on two separate occasions.

Many assumed the ageing boxer was finished until he retained a world title by knocking our Kid Galahad in what might have been the shock of the year.

Unfortunately for Martinez, he lost his belt in a very exciting fight against Josh Warrington.

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Gill is on the other end of the spectrum in the sense that he is up and coming with loads of promise and talent.

Like most prospects, the biggest question that surrounds him is, 'just how good is he?' and there can be no better test for Martinez.

Although his opponent is still unconfirmed, Irishman Gary Cully is rarely involved in dull fights, so keep an eye out for him.

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