All the details for Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington this weekend
Welshman Lee Selby (26-1) puts his his IBF World feathweright title on the line this weekend against Josh Warrington (26-0) at Elland Road.
The champion will be walking into the lions' den in Leeds where Warrington is a huge star in the sixth defence of his belt which he won in 2015 against previously undefeated Evgeny Gradovich. Selby comprehensively outboxed the Russian and won a technical decision to step into the division’s elite bracket of fighters.
‘Lightning’ Lee finally faces the ‘Leeds Warrior’ after many months of trash talk, boasts and bad blood, which will be settled in this tasty all-British showdown this Saturday and BBN have provided all the details beloe to ensure you don't miss a single punch:
The bout takes place on Saturday May 19
Elland Road - home to Leeds United FC
12 three-minute rounds at the featherweight limit
Coverage starts live on BT Sport and Box Nation TV at 7:30pm.
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Ohara Davies (16-1) fights for the first time on BT Sport under the Queensberry Boxing banner since splitting with Matchroom Boxing following controversial comments made about Hillsborough and the city of Liverpool. The former WBC Silver titlist tackles tough Frenchman Christopher Sebire (26-10-1) over 10-rounds at the super-lightweight limit.
Ellesmere Port marauder Mason Cartwright (13-0-1) clashes with Bradford’s Darren Tetley (15-0) for WBO European welterweight belt.
Double Olympic Champion Nicola Adams OBE (3-0) will fight for the fourth time as a professional on the undercard. ‘The Lioness’ will fight over 10 two-minute rounds against former Argentinian light-flyweight champion Soledad del Valle Frias (13-11-4) in her second outing as a professional in her home city of Leeds.
Unbeaten prospects in action are Mark Heffron (18-0); Leon Woodstock (10-0); Willy Hutchinson (3-0); Reece Mould (9-0); Jack Bateson (5-0); Danny Wright (8-0); Jack Daniel (2-0); and Fred Evans (4-0).