KATIE TAYLOR is set to make the primary defence of her WBA light-weight title as she goes right into a “huge 2018”.
Taylor additionally tops knowledgeable invoice for the primary time in her eighth battle, following a embellished newbie profession, and instructed reporters at a London press convention: “My dream is to unify the division.
“I am not trying previous Wednesday, my intention is to win to set me up properly for an enormous, huge 12 months in 2018.
“I did not assume it was going to occur this shortly that I’d headline a card.
“That is the form of platform I’ve all the time wished the place I headline my very own present.
“It is such an exquisite card to be boxing on in such an historic venue. I actually cannot wait.”
The place will Katie Taylor battle Jessica McCaskill?
The 31-year-old, from Eire, meets America’s Jessica McCaskill at London’s York Corridor.
She received her first skilled title in October on the undercard of Anthony Joshua’s defeat of Carlos Takam.
What time will Katie Taylor battle Jessica McCaskill?
The battle is predicted to happen round 10pm.
It’s sooner than the same old boxing predominant occasion as a result of York Corridor is inside a residential space.
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What TV Channel will Katie Taylor vs Jessica McCaskill be on and can I live stream it?
All the action will be live on Sky Sports Action on Wednesday night.
The programme starts at 6pm.
You can of course follow all the action on SunSport’s live blog, courtesy of Walter Downes Jr.
Who is on the Katie Taylor vs Jessica McCaskill undercard?
Conor Benn fights Cedrick Peynaud and Josh Kelly will take on Jean Michel Hamilcaro on a huge night of action in east London.
Martin J. Ward can add European glory to his recent British and Commonwealth triumphs when he faces Juli Giner for the vacant Super-Featherweight strap.
While Jake Ball and Miles Shinkwin clash for the WBA Continental Light-Heavyweight title.
Team GB Rio Olympians Joe Cordina and Lawrence Okolie look to end their first term in the paid ranks on a high and Birmingham’s Gamal Yafai and young Essex talents Felix Cash and Ted Cheeseman also taste action.