Josh Warrington will try and avenge the primary defeat of his profession when he rematches Mauricio Lara on September 4.
A second bout between the featherweights has now been formally introduced, although the setting shall be considerably completely different to their first assembly.
Again in February, the previous IBF champion stepped into the ring behind closed doorways and was stopped in 9 rounds by the little-known Mexican.
On September Four although, Warrington shall be again in additional acquainted environment.
With COVID restrictions lifted, Headingley Stadium will be capable to welcome 20,000 of his crazed Leeds supporters.
Katie Taylor will defend her undisputed WBA, WBC, IBF and WBO light-weight titles in opposition to Jessica Han on the undercard.
Warrington advised talkSPORT: “Again in February I suffered the primary defeat of my profession.
“After 30 fights and 11 years unbeaten, I’ve gone from being ranked primary on this planet to ranked fifth or sixth now.
“And that is all as a result of this cheeky Mexican gave me principally a superb hiding.
“We intention to place that proper within the rematch at Headingley Stadium again in Leeds…
“Mauricio’s an ideal fighter and a superb puncher.
“But when we had been to field 100 instances, I believe 99 instances I’d beat him.
“That just one time he was profitable was that final day trip.
“We’ve realized from our errors and I’d wish to deliver a high class Josh Warrington efficiency for this subsequent one.”
Lara mentioned: “I’ve by no means been a lot of a talker, I’d quite do my speaking within the ring.
“I’m going for a repeat efficiency on September 4.
“Hit as soon as, hit twice. Warrington ought to know that I’m coming for him.
“That is all about pleasure. That is for Mexico!”