Katie Taylor vs Chantelle Cameron: Fight time, how to watch and live hub for historic homecoming bout
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Taylor's long-awaited homecoming bout takes place this weekend.
Katie Taylor takes on Chantelle Cameron this Saturday in Dublin in an eagerly-anticipated homecoming fight for the Irish sporting legend.
You can see the fight, and a stacked undercard, exclusively live on DAZN. For information about how to watch the bout, ring-walk times and the undercard, see below.
You can also follow the fight live in our hub below, just click on the key point you want to read about or keep scrolling for live updates.
Katie Taylor vs Chantelle Cameron: How can I watch the fight?
Taylor's homecoming bout against Cameron will be shown exclusively live on DAZN.
You can watch the fight live on the DAZN app on your smartphone, tablet, laptop, smart TV, streaming stick or games console.
For more information, or to sign up for a monthly or annual pass here, just click here.
Katie Taylor vs Chantelle Cameron: What time will the fight start?
The event starts at 7 pm at the 3Arena in Dublin on Saturday, May 20.
Taylor is, of course, fighting in the main event, with her ring walk due to take place at around 10:30 pm.
This may change depending on the length of the undercard fights.
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Here is the full card for the sold-out event:
- Katie Taylor vs. Chantelle Cameron. (Fighting for Cameron's IBF, WBA, WBC and WBO women's super lightweight titles).
- Terri Harper vs. Cecelia Braekhus. (Fighting for Harper's WBA women's super-welterweight title).
- Dennis Hogan vs. James Metcalf. (Super-welterweight)
- Gary Cully vs. Jose Felix. (Lightweight).
- Thomas Carty vs. Jay McFarlane. (Heavyweight).
- Caoimhin Agyarko vs. Grant Dennis. (Super-welterweight).
- Maisey Rose Courtney vs. Kate Radomska. (Flyweight).
Katie Taylor vs Chantelle Cameron: What is the record of the two boxers?
Taylor, 36, the 2012 Olympic champion, comes into her homecoming bout with a perfect professional record. The Bray boxer is undefeated in 22 fights, (22-0, 6 KOs).
In her last fight in October 2022, Taylor defeated Karen Carabajal in London via Unanimous Decision to retain her WBA, WBC, IBF, WBO and The Ring lightweight titles.
Taylor defeated Amanda Serrano in April 2022 in Madison Square Garden via Split Decision in an epic bout.
Cameron, meanwhile, is also undefeated in her professional career. The British boxer has won all 17 of her bouts, eight by KO, and comes into Saturday's fight after beating Jessica McCaskill via Unanimous Decision last November.
Cameron however, has never faced an opponent of Katie's class. The 31-year-old will face her toughest test in front of a raucous Irish crowd, who will be firmly behind Taylor as she makes her long-awaited homecoming.
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