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Josh Warrington vs Luis Alberto Lopez Live: RBR Fight Preview, Date and Time

Warrington vs Alberto Lopez

The monster figure of IBF Featherweight Josh Warrington is going to face Mexican giant Luis Alberto Lopez at the first direct Arena in England. It’s the first bout for Warrington to face Luis Alberto Lopez. The event will kick off on 10th December. This schedule may change for the course of the fighting duration or the other earlier fights.

Viewing Information

  • Date: Saturday, December 10 
  • Time: 9 p.m. GMT / 4 p.m. ET  
  • Where: Direct Arena in Leeds, England
  • TV: DAZN
  • Streams anywhere: Click here

The mighty contest between Warrington and Luis Alberto Lopez is going to magical event on Saturday night and spectator of fighting match going enjoy a grand thriller episode. Lopez won the title to this first attempt and the next three years, winning half of those fights by way of stoppage. His appearance he scores of 80-72, 78-74 and 77-75. The united battle against Ximenez was tragedy because of accidental clash of heads. Lopez failed the another boxing star Ruben Villa on 10th may 2019, where Villa handed Lopez-Vargas his second professional loss, winning the fight by an unanimous decision with the scores 97-93, 98-92, and 96-94.

How to Watch Warrington vs Alberto Lopez Live Online?

Josh Warrington vs. Luis Alberto Lopez broadcast of the card will begin at 9 p.m. GMT / 4 p.m. ET due to England’s clash with France in the quarter-finals of the 2022 World Cup. In the Anywhere you can stream Warrington vs Lopez via the OolaTV.

Fight Preview

Warrington is highly promised to himself about this match and he hopes to defend his title and kick on for a chance at unification. This win may be a episode for him to move on to move on to the bigger fight stateside. The Saturday episode promise to be a colorful night in leads. The chief support sees Ebaine Bridges meet Shannon O’ connell in a grudge match, about Eddie Hearn has hailed as the biggest female fight in Australia boxing history.

Josh Warrington an English professional boxer who is two time World Featherweight champion that was held in march 2022, 2018 and 202. This boxing star also participate to commonwealth boxing event, European and WBC International featherweight titles event in between 2013 and 2017.

On the other hand Luis Alberto Lopez won his first shot at the world title by defeating Issac Lowe last year and has won 26 of 28 fights. The Mexican professional heavyweight boxer who has won the WBO international featherweight title in 2019. Lopez first introduce his first professional carrier against Francisco Javier Pachcco on 6th November 2015.

On the contrary, Warrington show casing his first appearance in 2009 and won his professional title against Wilverhampton’s. Warrington, the British boxer won all three of his fights defeating Danny MCdernid (0-1), John Riley (0-0) and Youssef AL Hamidi (7-27-2) winning all of his four round contested by points decision. Following 2010, in 2011 Warrington maintained his undefeated record with wins over Steve Gethin (11-5-3). In 2012 he faces less matches from the previous years. But in November he won his first professional title after he defeated the previously unbeaten Dudley-Born prospect. So, this colorful experience and skill will help him to face Lopez bravely.

Fight Card:

  • IBF world featherweight title: Josh Warrington vs. Luis Alberto Lopez
  • IBF women’s world bantamweight title: Ebanie Bridges vs. Shannon O’Connell
  • Middleweight: Felix Cash vs. TBA
  • Light middleweight: James Metcalf vs. Courtney Pennington
  • Super bantamweight: Hopey Price vs. Sofiane Takoucht
  • Women’s super bantamweight: Shannon Courtenay vs. Gemma Ruegg
  • Light middleweight: Junaid Bostan vs. Aljaz Venko
  • Lightweight: Calum French vs. Kurt Jackson
  • Women’s lightweight: Rhiannon Dixon vs. Kristine Shergold
  • Lightweight: Cory O’Regan vs. Jordan Ellison
  • Light heavyweight: Mali Wright vs. TBA
  • Bantamweight: Koby McNamara vs. Nabil Ahmed

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