Josh Warrington bids to become a two-time featherweight champion when he faces the amazing Kiko Martinez in Leeds on Saturday, March 26
Warrington (above) will have a roaring home crowd behind him and he starts favourite, having outpointed Kiko in 2017. But the Spanish veteran looks as good and as dangerous as ever after his stunning KO win over Kid Galahad last November.
Will Warrington try to box his way through 12 rounds, or will this develop into a firefight as Kiko brings the heat? It’s an intriguing match-up, with several possible outcomes.
Warrington’s KO defeat against Mauricio Lara (above) brings his durability into question. If Warrington can box a perfect fight on Saturday at the First Direct Arena he can be champ again, but every round will be fraught with danger.
Graham Houston, boxing betting expert and IBHOF inductee