MAURICIO Lara and Leigh Wood will take to the ring again as the Englishman looks to reclaim his WBA featherweight title in a massive rematch this weekend.
Last February, the two went head-to-head in Nottingham and put on a show to remember.
Lara dethroned Wood in their first bout after winning by way of TKO in the seventh round.
The former champion was ahead on the judge’s scorecards before being caught with a huge left hook by the Mexican.
Wood hit the canvas in his home town and tried to soldier on before his trainer Ben Davison threw in the towel.
When is Mauricio Lara vs Leigh Wood 2?
- Mauricio Lara vs Leigh Wood 2 will take place on Saturday, May 27.
- The card is expected to start at 7pm UK time.
- The ringwalks for the main event are scheduled to get underway from 10pm UK time.
- The AO Arena will play host.
What channel is Mauricio Lara vs Leigh Wood 2 on and can it be live streamed?
- Mauricio Lara vs Leigh Wood 2 will be shown like on DAZN PPV but a price is yet to be confirmed.
- If you are not a DAZN subscriber, you can purchase a subscription for £9.99 per month for 12 months.
- DAZN customers can live stream Mauricio Lara vs Leigh Wood 2 via the DAZN app or DAZN.com.
- Alternatively, you can follow SunSport’s live blog to stay up to date with all the action.
Can you watch DAZN on TV?
- On March 23, DAZN launched their first TV channel on Sky known as DAZN 1 HD.
- The channel will show a 24/7 schedule of live and catch-up content including 50-plus fights a year.
- DAZN will be on Sky channel 429 in the UK and Ireland.
- To access the channel, you will need a DAZN subscription which will also give you access to the DAZN app.
Who is on the undercard?
Here are all the confirmed fights on the card so far:
- Mauricio Lara vs Leigh Wood for the WBA featherweight title
- Jack Catterall vs Darragh Foley
- Kieron Conway vs Linus Udofia
- Danny Ball vs Anthony Tomlinson
- Aaron Bowen vs TBC
- Campbell Hatton vs TBC
- Aqib Fiaz vs TBC
- William Crolla vs TBC
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