According to Mike Coppinger of ESPN.com, Josh Taylor and Jack Catterall will rematch on March 4 in Glasgow. The okbet agent fight will be broadcast on ESPN+ in the United States and Sky Box Office in the United Kingdom.
Both were supposed to take place on February 4, but that date was pushed back so that Sky Box Office wouldn’t be airing two consecutive pay-per-views so soon after the Jan. 21 Eubank vs. Smith event.
More than a year will have passed since their first very contentious battle, which Taylor won by split okbet blackjack decision and which will also serve as the setting for their rematch. In spite of much disapproval, Taylor was declared the winner and therefore maintained his unchallenged title at 140 pounds.
After delaying the withdrawal of three of his four championship titles, Taylor (19-0, 13 KO) is no longer undisputed but still has the WBO okbet boxing odds crown. This implies that Catterall (26-1, 13 KO) cannot earn his first world championship as an undisputed champion, despite the fact that many people believed he should have gained that title on February 26.