Katie Taylor v Chantelle Cameron Prediction, Preview & Odds
Check out our Katie Taylor v Chantelle Cameron prediction, preview and all the betting odds for the Boxing action Saturday Night.
How To Watch Katie Taylor vs. Chantelle Cameron
Start Time: The main card is set to get underway at 7 p.m. GMT / 2 p.m. ET with the main event ring walks scheduled for 10 p.m.
What TV Channel? DAZN
Location: 3Arena Dublin
Katie Taylor vs. Chantelle Cameron Fight Card
Katie Taylor v Chantelle Cameron – Undisputed super lightweight championship
Terri Harper v Cecilia Brækhus – WBA World Super-Welterweight Title
Gary Cully v Jose Felix – Lightweight
Dennis Hogan v JJ Metcalf – IBO World Super-Welterweight Title
Thomas Carty v Jay McFarlane – Vacant Celtic Heavyweight Title
Caoimhín Agyarko v Grant Dennis – Middleweight
Maisey Rose Courtney v Kate Radomska – Flyweight
Paddy Donovan v TBC – Welterweight
Katie Taylor vs. Chantelle Cameron Tale of the tape
Boxer: Katie Taylor
Hometown: Bray, Wicklow, Ireland
Pre-fight record: 22-0-0 (6 KO)
Height: 5ft 5 in (165 cm)
Weight 134.5lb (61kg)
Recognition: Katie Taylor is a two-weight World Champion and the current Undisputed Lightweight Champion, having held the WBA title since 2017; the IBF title since 2018; and the WBC, WBO, and The Ring magazine titles since 2019, as well as having held the WBO Junior-Welterweight title in 2019.
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Boxer: Chantelle Cameron
Nickname: Il Capo
Hometown: Northampton, England
Pre-fight record: 17-0-0 (8 KO)
Height: 5ft 6 in (168 cm)
Weight 132.3lb (60kg)
Recognition: Chantelle Cameron is a World Champion in two weight classes and the current Undisputed Light-Welterweight Champion, having held the WBC title since 2020; the IBF and Ring magazine titles since 2021; and the WBA and WBO titles since November 2022. She previously held the IBO Female Lightweight title from 2017 to 2019.
Katie Taylor v Chantelle Cameron Preview
Katie Taylor will finally get her long-awaited opportunity to fight on Irish soil as a professional this weekend when she faces England’s, Chantelle Cameron. While many expected and pleaded that her homecoming fight should take place at Croke Park since no agreement could be made it is the 3Arena on Saturday Night where the historic bout will be staged.
Taylor faces arguably one of the toughest fights of her career when she moves up in weight against Cameron looking to become a two-weight Undisputed Champion by adding the Super-Lightweight belts to the lightweight belts already in her possession further cementing herself in the history of boxing folklore.
As the fight comes close Taylor said “I have the experience of fighting in these big occasions. I have the experience of fighting when there is a lot of pressure on my shoulders….This is a huge occasion for me, and I’m just delighted to have a chance to fight at home. A few years ago, I didn’t think this was ever going to happen so I’m just so excited about it.”
Cameron has said “There’s a lot of respect there. But this is my career and my legacy and I’m coming to win…Katie is pound-for-pound the best women’s boxer there is and if I can win, I can walk away from boxing one day and think ‘I took out the best there is’.”
Taylor is known for her fast-paced, aggressive boxing style, but on a technical level specifically, she is different to the vast majority if not all other professional boxers.
The one criticism you could give to her is often she can get drawn into slug feasts in her fights while trying to put on a show for the crowd rather than just pick her opponents off, there is a danger she could try and do the same, particularly in her homecoming fight in Dublin.
Despite Cameron (31) being the much younger fighter she was defeated by Taylor back in 2011 at the EU Championships losing to her in the Semi-Final. Her best chance of victory would be the conserve energy in the earlier rounds, before going for the knockout against a tired Taylor before the fight ends.
Katie should still win this fight but the later rounds for Cameron will be her best chance of victory.
Prediction: Katie Taylor by Decision or Technical Decision 8/11
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