Katie Taylor vs Jennifer Han Live Stream: UK start time and undercard
Katie Taylor is the undisputed lightweight champion. She will defend her title against Jennifer Han. Taylor is the only professional women boxer to hold all four major world titles in boxing WBA, WBC, IBF, and WBO. Currently, she is ranked best active lightweight boxer by Lineal Boxing Champion and BoxRec. The live tv coverage and Katie Taylor vs Jennifer Han live stream online will be shown on DAZN.
The Irish international is known for her aggression inside the ring. On the other hand, Jennifer Han held the IBF female featherweight title from 2015 to 2020. As per BoxRec, she is currently the sixth-best active lightweight female boxer in the world. Here are all the details of the fight between Katie Taylor and Jennifer Han.
When and Where is Katie Taylor vs Jennifer Han Fight?
The 10 round lightweight title bout will take place on Saturday, 4th September 2021. The fight venue between Katie Taylor and Jennifer Han is Headingley Stadium in Leeds, Yorkshire, United Kingdom. They are expected to enter the ring between 9:30 – 10:00 local time.
Katie Taylor vs Jennifer Han Fight Undercard
- Mauricio Lara v Josh Warrington
- Katie Taylor v Jennifer Han – for WBC, WBA, IBF, WBO lightweight title
- Conor Benn v Adrian Granados – for WBA continental welterweight title
- Jovanni Straffon v Maxi Hughes – for IBO lightweight title
- Hopey Price v Zahid Hussain
- Ebanie Bridges v Mailys Gangloff
- Brandon Stansfield v MJ Hall
- Mali Wright v Antony Woolery
- Jack Bateson v TBA
Katie Taylor vs Jennifer Han Live Stream
With WBC Female, WBO Female, IBF Female and WBA Female titles on the line, fans in the United Kingdom can live stream Katie Taylor vs Jennifer Han on DAZN. In order to watch the fight, one must have a subscription to DAZN.
Sports streaming service DAZN’s monthly subscription in the UK and Ireland will cost around UK£7.99/€7.99 as they have acquired the Matchroom Boxing rights.
Katie Taylor and Jennifer Han Professional Record
- Total fights – 18
- Win – 18
- KO wins – 6
The Irish international represented the Irish football team at under–17, under–19 and senior levels. She has also won a gold medal in the London Olympics 2012. Katie made her professional boxing debut in 2016. She has won all the 18 fights in her professional career. Out of 18 fights, she has won 6 via knockout.
- Total fights – 25
- Win – 18
- KO wins – 1
- Losses – 3
- Draws – 1
- No contests – 3
The American international made her professional boxing debut in 2009 against Melissa St. Vil at the Pan American Center in Las Cruces, New Mexico. She has fought 25 fights in her professional career and won 18 and lost 3. 1 fight ended in a draw, and 3 fights ended with no contest.