Josh Warrington will look to go 2-0 against Kiko Martinez when they face off on March 26 for Martinez’s IBF featherweight title. The fight will take place inside First Direct Arena in Leeds, England. Kiko Martinez vs. Josh Warrington 2 live stream: How, when to watch, time, stream

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What time is Kiko Martinez vs. Josh Warrington 2? Schedule, main card start time for 2022 title rematch

Martinez and Warrington fought one another in 2017, with Warrington winning via majority decision.

Martinez made his debut in 2004. He won the IBF super-bantamweight title in 2013 but lost it to Carl Frampton in 2014. In his last bout in November, Martinez beat Kid Galahad for the IBF featherweight title.

Warrington made his pro debut in 2009. The lone loss of his career came in February 2021 against Mauricio Lara via TKO. In a rematch against Lara in September, Lara was cut following an accidental head clash, forcing the fight to become a draw.

What: Martinez vs. Warrington 2

Who: Kiko Martinez vs. Josh Warrington

When: Saturday, March 26

Where: First Direct Arena, Leeds, U.K.

Time: 3 p.m. (ET)

Stream: DAZN

Kiko Martinez and Josh Warrington are scheduled to fight each other this Saturday, March 26, at 3 p.m. (ET).

DAZN reports how the first time Martinez (43-10-2, 30 KOs) and Warrington (30-1-1, 7 KOs) threw fists at each other back in 2017 ended in the latter’s victory via split decision.

However, the same DAZN article notes that the “previous 12 months or so have been frustrating for Josh Warrington,” one said frustration being Mauricio Lara dealing him his first professional loss.

The Ring states that Warrington will also be going up against a Martinez out for blood after that initial 2017 loss, his knockout victory against Kid Galahad—the same victory that allowed for him to claim his IBF belt—positioning him in a great spot to exact his revenge.

“I am very happy with this opportunity,” tells the Spaniard to the Ring. “It was the fight that my whole team wanted. I won the first fight, even if the judges didn’t see it that way. This time I will leave no doubt and I will win by knockout.”

Kiko Martinez vs. Josh Warrington 2 takes place on March 26. The main event should begin around 6:30 to 7 p.m. ET, depending on how long the undercard fights go.

Kiko Martinez vs. Josh Warrington 2 fight card

Kiko Martinez (c) vs. Josh Warrington for the IBF featherweight title
Maxi Hughes vs. Ryan Walsh for the IBO lightweight title
Maria Cecilia Roman (c) vs. Ebanie Bridges for the IBF bantamweight titleDalton Smith vs. Ray Moylette; Super lightweights
Calum French vs. Angelo Turco; Super lightweights
Mali Wright vs. Luis Palmer; Light heavyweights
Cory O’Regan vs. Jakub Laskowski; Lightweights
Skye Nicolson vs. Bec Connolly; Featherweights

Josh Warrington will face Kiko Martinez once again tonight for the right to be crowned featherweight world champion.

‘The Leeds Warrior’ is 30-1-1 with seven knockouts to his name but has lost to and drawn with Mauricio Lara in his last two bouts.

But the 31-year-old is now ready to fight for a world title once more.

Meanwhile, Martinez pulled off a stunning win in November as he knocked out Kid Galahad to set up a rematch with Warrington in his home city of Leeds.

DAZN brings its latest boxing event to you on Saturday, March 26th at 3:00 p.m. ET. There is an eight-fight card that is headlined by Kiko Martinez and Josh Warrington meeting up for the second time, this time for the IBF featherweight title. This PPV will take place at the First Direct Arena in Leeds, England and will feature three title fights. Ring walks for the main event are estimated to be at 6:30 p.m. ET but that is subject to change depending on the duration of the fights preceding it.

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