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Josh Taylor v Jack Catterall: New TV deal will 'allow fight to take place'

Jack Catterall says his rematch with Josh Taylor is a step closer after signing a new multi-fight deal that will "allow the fight to take place". Englishman Catterall controversially lost his unbeaten record to then undisputed world light-welterweight champion Taylor in February. The Scot has since vacated the WBA and...
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Jack Catterall Enters Multi-Fight Agreement With BOXXER, Secures Josh Taylor Rematch

Jack Catterall has taken every necessary step to secure a second chance at a lasting impression. The top-rated junior welterweight has entered a multi-fight agreement with BOXXER, the UK promotional outfit confirmed Friday morning. The move allows the 29-year-old British southpaw to enter a rematch with lineal/IBF/WBO 140-pound king Josh Taylor, which will air later this year on a Sky Sports platform.
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Josh Taylor gives up second title as Jack Catterall rematch speculation grows

Josh Taylor has vacated another of his world light-welterweight titles, seemingly paving the way for a rematch against British rival Jack Catterall.Taylor overcame his mandatory challenger in Glasgow in February this year following a hotly-disputed split decision and there has been a clamour for a return bout.Having already forfeited his WBA belt, the 31-year-old Scot has now given up the WBC crown as the sanctioning body ordered Jose Carlos Ramirez to fight Jose Zepeda for the vacant strap.Taylor, who has indicated his preference for a second contest against England’s Catterall, had been due to take on Zepeda but the Prestonpans...
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Boxer Josh Taylor relinquishes WBC junior welterweight title, wants rematch with Jack Catterall

Junior welterweight Josh Taylor has opted to give up one of his titles. The unified 140-pound champion relinquished his WBC belt ahead of a scheduled purse bid on Friday afternoon for a matchup against Jose Zepeda, the WBC announced. The sanctioning body had ordered the purse bid for the fight between two fighters promoted by Top Rank. Zepeda (35-2, 27 KOs) is the WBC's top contender for its junior welterweight belt.
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Josh Taylor vacates WBC title & paves way for Jack Catterall rematch

A potential rematch between Josh Taylor and Jack Catterall has edged closer after the Scot relinquished his WBC super-lightweight title. Taylor, who retained his undisputed status with a controversial points win over Catterall in February, was due to face mandatory challenger Jose Zepeda. Zepeda will now take on fellow American...
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