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Josh Warrington vs Luis Alberto Lopez Full Undercard And Running Order



Josh Warrington led the hand Saturday night at the First Direct Arena in Leeds when he took on a Mexican for the third time in four skirmishes.

However this time in DAZNhe made his first defense of his second coronation as IBF world champion against tough tennis player Luis Alberto Lopez, not rival Mauricio Lara.

Rhiannon Dixon (6-0) started the match at an extremely early 1:30pm, when she took on Kristine Shergold, 41, who had previously outpaced Delfine Persoon. Then it was the turn of British lightweight prospect Calum French (3-0), when he pitted undefeated Yorkshireman Kurt Jackson (3-0) who could have been better assisted on the night. .

The highly rated third game was Junaid Bostan’s fourth match (3-0) of the year. He arrived on the scene with loads of praise from the Grant Smith gym in Sheffield, with Sunny Edwards and Dalton Smith telling fans to keep an eye out for the 20-year-old superweight. He faces Greece’s Athanasios Glynos (2-1), who will attempt to end Bostan’s 100% knockout.

Leeds fan Hopey Price (8-0) is a super chicken, and he will be looking to use that size advantage to overtake Jonathan Santana (9-3-1) when he and coach Dave Coldwell managed to make the list of the top names in a crowded division in the country. Next up is Dewsbury southpaw, Cory O’Regan (8-0), who takes on his first opponent on an all-time basis, up against former Boxxer Series contender Shaun Cooper (13-4) . Cooper left the competition in the first match, losing to tournament favorites and eventual runner-up Rylan Charlton, by knockout in the third round.

Shannon Courtenay (7-2) is back in action after a fourteen-month absence and will be looking to get back on track after an unsuccessful title fight against Jamie Mitchell last October. She faced Gemma Ruegg (5-5) in Ruegg’s eighth match since April. That was before 22-year-old local Koby McNamara (3-0) took the stage to battle the journeyman (1-12-2) Nabil Ahmed, when he to declare himself as the next superstar from Leeds.

Fresh from an impressive win over Kerman Lejarraga in Bilbao, JJ Metcalf (23-2) returns to the UK to face American Courtney Pennington (16-5-3). According to Eddie Hearn, that was before boxing stopped and the arena turned into a ‘fan park’ where crowds could watch England play France in the quarter-finals of the World Cup.

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