Mauricio Lara and Josh Warrington are going to face each other on Saturday, September 4 at Emerald Headingley Stadium. Today, we will know when, where, and how to watch Lara vs Warrington 2 live stream, along with odds and predictions.
This will be the second time they are facing each other this year. Warrington was defeated by Lara with an amazing technical knockout in their last meet. This is going to be one of the most anticipated fights of this year.
The first fight was mostly in the underdog’s favor. It was very unfortunate for Warrington to lose that match. But he has solved all his previous mistakes and returned to the ring with more confidence.
When and Where is the Josh Warrington vs Lara 2?
The match will take place on September 4, 2021
The under-cards will begin at 2 PM ET. The main event is expected to start at 10 PM ET. This time will depend on how much time the undercard runs.
The match will take place in the Emerald Headingley Stadium. This is situated in Leeds, England. This stadium has a capacity of 21,062 spectators. So if you are someone from there, you can watch the fight from the stadium.
The tickets for this amazing match are on sale. You can buy the tickets only from $40 to $150. So grab your right now before the tickets run out. You can buy tickets from here.
How to Live Stream Warrington vs Lara 2?
You can watch the Lara vs Warrington 2 live streaming via the DAZN global app and platform in the UK & most countries in the world. DAZN global app is available for PC, Apple, Android, Fire TV, Roku, your Smart TV, and many others. But you will have to subscribe to them at first. The monthly subscription fee will only cost $1.99 in the UK.
DAZN app will also broadcast the fight for the fans of the US. You have to download the app for your preferred device and watch the matches very easily.
Note: You save over 60% if you pay for a full year of DAZN. The subscription charge for 1 month of DAZN is $19.99, while 1 year costs $99.99 in the USA.
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According to Tim Rickson, BBN Editor: “The result of the first fight was a huge shock to everyone because Lara was an unknown fighter, who had never fought outside of his local area before, never fought for a title, had two losses on his ledger already… there were just so many factors that led to Warrington and all of us fight fans mistakingly overlook him that night.
I’m hopeful for a points win from Josh, but I feel that Lara’s confidence, knowing he has his number and the power to hurt him, that a big shot will land and trouble Josh again. I’ll go with a Warrington points win, but I’ll be fearful of another Lara stoppage all the way through the contest.”