Josh Taylor injured, fight delayed

Undisputed junior welterweight world champion Josh Taylor’s title defense against top contender Jack Catterall — originally scheduled for Dec. 18 at The OVO Hydro in Glasgow, Scotland — has been postponed to Saturday, Feb. 26 at the same venue due to a knee injury Taylor suffered in training.

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  • After Teofimo Lopez crushes & destroys George Kambosos Jr, Josh can fight a blown-up Kambosos for an easy tune-up fight for bigger things. Always a good idea to have an easy fight after an injury. And Kambosos is the kind of jabroni that is tailor-made for Taylor.

    That is what losers like Kambosos do. Go up in weight after a loss. This is highly probable.

    Speaketh … FJB.
    Fredrick J. Brandon III.

    • Last I saw he had no losses. And he works his arse off not only to get better, but to promote the fight too. And make millions for a family he obviously adores and misses during training. Sounds like a straight up winner to me, regardless of the fight outcome. Hopefully the rubbish you’ve just spouted keep you warm inside

      • Richard, Kambosos can go home and get his fucking shine box. He is going to need a job after boxing.

      • Kambosos does not have the makings of a varsity athlete. He is NEVER going to win a real world championship. And Lopez will beat his ass, and then, Josh Taylor will have Lopez’s sloppy seconds.

        • If you say so, you sound like the Boxing Oracle, though sadly a slightly bitter one at that. I’d say after this fight he’ll never need a job in his life, win lose or draw, so I’m doubting your medium abilities

    • Frederick just out of interest or angle whats with the full name and speaketh bit ( there is no such word)

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