Watch Chantelle Cameron v Katie Taylor 2 live stream and TV channel in UK
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The rematch nobody expected would be necessary is here. Katie Taylor enters a spicy second encounter with Chantelle Cameron as a defeated fighter for the very first time.
Taylor was set to defend her full array of lightweight titles against Amanda Serrano earlier in 2023 but an injury to Serrano saw Taylor seek out undisputed super-lightweight champion Cameron for a showdown in Dublin.
Irish legend Taylor had remarkably never competed in a professional fight in her home country until the Cameron bout, and the result stunned the nation.
Cameron showed her class to become the first woman to defeat Taylor in 23 attempts. What was a relatively hastily arranged bout turned into a headache for Taylor.
The good news for fans is that the pair are ready to roll once again with Cameron's super-lightweight belts back on the line as she seeks to fend off a wounded animal in Taylor, who remains undisputed lightweight champion.
When is Chantelle Cameron v Katie Taylor?
The fight takes place on Saturday 25th November 2023.
TV coverage of Chantelle Cameron v Katie Taylor starts from 7pm on DAZN.
For more details, including expected ring-walk times, check out our Chantelle Cameron v Katie Taylor fight time guide.
What channel is Chantelle Cameron v Katie Taylor?
Fans can tune in to watch Chantelle Cameron v Katie Taylor on DAZN.
Watch Chantelle Cameron v Katie Taylor live stream
If you sign up to watch the fight on DAZN, you can choose to enjoy it via a mobile device or cast to your TV for the full big screen experience.
DAZN can be streamed through a computer or a mobile device such as a phone or tablet, giving you full flexibility to enjoy how you wish.
Where is the Chantelle Cameron v Katie Taylor fight?
Chantelle Cameron faces Katie Taylor at the AO Arena in Manchester.
Chantelle Cameron v Katie Taylor undercard
- Katie Taylor v Chantelle Cameron 2 - for IBF, IBO, WBA, WBC and WBO super-lightweight title
- Paddy Donovan v Danny Ball
- Gary Cully v Reece Mould
- Skye Nicolson v Lucy Wildheart – for WBC interim featherweight title
- John Cooney v Liam Gaynor
- Zelfa Barrett v TBA
- Thomas Carty v TBA
- Emmet Brennan v Jamie Morrissey
- Giorgio Visioli v TBA
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