Warrington vs Galahad: TV channel, live stream, start time and undercard for world title bout

JOSH WARRINGTON is all set to defend his IBF featherweight crown against unbeaten star Kid Galahad.

It promises to be an epic night up north as West Yorkshire goes up against South Yorkshire at the First Direct Arena.

When is Warrington vs Galahad?

THIS huge world title fight is set for Saturday, June 15.

It will be held at the First Direct Arena in Leeds.

The event begins around 7pm, with the main bout expected sometime around 10.30pm.

Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?

YOU can watch all the drama unfold live on BT Sport 1.

Coverage will begin at 8pm – and as this is not a pay-per-view event, all BT subscribers can enjoy it.

If you want to stream the action, download the official BT Sport app on your mobile, tablet, games console or PC.

Here at SunSport we'll be running a dedicated LIVE BLOG throughout the evening, so you don't miss a single punch.

What they said

Josh Warrington: I’ve proven in my last two fights that I’m a world champion for a reason

"All of a sudden people are saying I am capable of beating every featherweight in the world and with that comes expectation.

“I will go into this fight as the bookies’ favourite, but I will be 100 per cent focused and looking to do a job.”

Kid Galahad: “I haven’t been preparing for this fight for the last 12 weeks like [Warrington] has. I’ve been preparing for this fight since I was 12, 13 years old. I’m more than ready for this. I believe this is destiny.

"It’s meant to be. It’s written. It was written for Josh Warrington to beat Lee Selby and Carl Frampton and I think when he beat them he had 26 fights. 2018 was a great year for him, but 2019 there’s a hungry young lion called Kid Galahad and 2019 is going to be my year.”

Who is fighting on the undercard?

  • Josh Warrington vs Kid Galahad – IBF world featherweight title
  • Zelfa Barrett vs Lyon Woodstock Jr – Commonwealth super featherweight title
  • James Metcalf vs Jason Welborn – Commonwealth super welterweight title
  • Lyndon Arthur vs Andrezej Soldra – light heavyweight
  • Troy Williamson vs Edwin Palacios – middlweight
  • Alex Dickinson vs Kamil Sokolowski – heavyweight
  • Jack Bateson vs Bayardo Ramos – featherweight
  • Mark Heffron vs Daniel Urbanski – middleweight
  • Jack McGann vs Kevin McCauley – middleweight
  • Shakiel Thompson vs Alistair Warren – middlweight

Fight odds

  • Josh Warrington 3/10
  • Draw 20/1
  • Kid Galahad 23/10

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