What time is Katie Taylor fight tonight? Start time for Chantelle Cameron bout
Katie Taylor looks to become a two-weight undisputed champion when she moves up a weight class to challenge Chantelle Cameron for her world titles.
Taylor, 36, was expected to meet Amanda Serrano in a rematch following their Fight of the Year last May but the Puerto Rican fighter withdrew due to injury. Cameron, 32, then stepped up to replace Serrano as she puts her unbeaten record and world titles on the line against Taylor in her homecoming fight, which takes place at the 3Arena in Dublin.
Cameron has been calling for her shot against Taylor for years and now looks to upset the odds in her rival's own backyard. The undercard also features another world title fight between Terri Harper and Cecilia Braekhus, so here's all you need to know about tonight's big event...
What time is Katie Taylor vs Chantelle Cameron?
The main card for the Dublin event will get underway at 7pm live on DAZN. Ring walks for the highly-anticipated main event between Taylor and Cameron are expected to take place at 10:30pm, but this time is likely to change depending on the result of the seven undercard fights.
Who wins tonight - Katie Taylor or Chantelle Cameron? Let us know your prediction in the comments section below
How to watch Katie Taylor vs Chantelle Cameron on TV and live stream
Taylor vs Cameron will be broadcast exclusively on DAZN and fans can watch the undisputed clash as part of their standard subscription to the streaming service. A subscription to DAZN currently costs £9.99 a month providing viewers sign up for a 12-month term and you can purchase one here. Another choice for viewers is the flexible pass, which is priced at £19.99 and can be cancelled on 30-days notice.
Terri Harper vs Cecilia Braekhus - for Harper's WBA and IBO super-welterweight titles
Taylor : "This is a very special fight, one of the biggest fights in boxing I believe. I think we’re definitely turning a new leaf for Irish boxing. Hopefully this is the first night of many here at home in Ireland. Even just looking at the public workout the other day, just looking at so many young fighters there, young girls that were watching the public workout. They’re looking up to myself and Chantelle and all of these other fighters, it’s absolutely fantastic."
Cameron : "I became undisputed, that was my dream. Fighting Katie Taylor now is my bigger goal, that’s what I always wanted. I never thought it would happen. For me this fight is bigger than becoming undisputed world champion. Anyone in this division or round about this division has always wanted to fight Katie Taylor because she’s the pound for pound best and if you’re in boxing you want to challenge the best as well, especially if you’re a champion."