Martinez vs Warrington LIVE! Boxing Fight Stream, TV Channel, Latest Updates and Undercard Results


Nicolson vs. Connelly in the lead

First on tonight’s undercard is the UK debut of 2018 Commonwealth Games gold medalist and 2016 World Championship bronze medalist Skye Nicolson.

She made her professional debut against American Jessica Juarez in San Diego only earlier this month, winning a unanimous decision.

‘Lady Luck’ Bec Connelly is her opponent tonight.


Warrington: I found my hunger again

Josh Warrington insists he has found his hunger again as he prepares for his world featherweight title showdown against Kiko Martinez.

Warrington vacated his IBF title 14 months ago as a mega-fight against another world champion looked likely, but what on paper appears to be some sort of fight against Mauricio Lara ended in disaster for the British fighter as he suffered the first professional defeat of his career.

A ninth-round stoppage revenge attempt was thwarted by an accidental clash of headers early in last September’s rematch as a technical draw was declared.

But as he seeks to draw a line under a disastrous 2021 by reclaiming his former crown in his hometown of Leeds, Warrington believes he has rediscovered the mentality that saw him become world champion.

Action images via Reuters

“At the end of 2019 I loved sports, I was the best in the world,” he said.

“But I was 15 months out and then just took a little tick-over fight and ended up being knocked out.

“The rematch, there was rehabilitation, questions about whether I was still there and had I lost it? The side was enough to beat Lara but it wasn’t the best side. What happened happened in the fight.

“But when I got back to the gym and started camp, I had the bit between my teeth like I used to, like I was riding. I love it and can’t wait to fight the night.

“Some boxing pundits say ‘he’s seen better days’, I’m doing fine and I want to show them otherwise. Physically I’m in great condition and mentally the confidence is at an all time high.

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Martinez vs Warrington Prediction

Many questions have been asked about Warrington since that devastating loss to unheralded Lara that derailed a previously unbeaten career.

Having just given up his IBF belt to seek other titles due to the organization’s refusal to sanction a fight with WBC champion Xu Can, since deposed by Leigh Wood, suddenly a brutal knockout by a little-known opponent after 16 months of inactivity sabotaged all of his best-laid plans.

The fact that this macabre cut stopped him from seeking revenge on Lara will always eat away at Warrington, but he needs to think hard for this one and prove there’s still plenty left in the tank.


Another defeat seems unthinkable at this point if he is to remain relevant at the top level and potentially continue to pull off those mammoth featherweight matchups.

Although he knows how to beat Martinez, the experienced and cunning Spaniard remains a tough and dangerous proposition, as Kid Galahad knows all too well.

It’s all about mentality for Warrington, who will want to feed off his ever-adoring audience and prove that his energetic, teeming style and punch resistance remain intact.

Warrington to regain the title on points.


Main event start time

Tonight’s main card will begin at 7pm GMT, with the main event no earlier than 10pm.

As always, the exact start time will depend on how the undercard fights progress.


How to watch

Martinez vs Warrington 2 is streaming live on sports video streaming service DAZN. A subscription to DAZN currently costs £7.99 per month in the UK.


Full fight card

Kiko Martinez vs. Josh Warrington

Maxi Hughes vs. Ryan Walsh

Maria Cecilia Roman vs. Ebanie Bridges

Dalton Smith vs. Ray Moylette

French Calum against Angelo Turco

Mali Wright vs. Luis Palmer

Cory O’Regan vs. Jakub Laskowski

Skye Nicolson vs. Bec Connelly


Good evening!

Hello and welcome to Standard Sport’s LIVE coverage as Josh Warrington seeks to become a two-time world featherweight champion.

He’ll be roared by the Leeds faithful at the First Direct Arena, but there’s a tough task ahead of him against Kiko Martinez. Warrington, however, beat the Spaniard when they first met five years ago.

Before that, there’s a lot to look forward to on the undercard. Maxi Hughes is defending her title, Ebanie Bridges is looking to become world champion and Dalton Smith will be looking to impress against Ray Moylette.

Stay tuned!

Action images via Reuters

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