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Jack Catterall v Regis Prograis: Fight date, ring walk time, undercard, how to watch & betting odds

England’s Jack Catterall will face America’s Regis Prograis in Manchester this summer, just three months after his previous fight.

Catterall beat Josh Taylor in Leeds in May 2024 and will look to make it four wins on the bounce when he faces the experienced Prograis.

The Lancastrian has lost just one of his 30 fights to date, but faces a tough test against New Orleans native Prograis. who is looking to bounce back from a defeat to Devin Haney at the end of 2023.

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of what promises to be a fascinating clash.

Jack Catterall v Regis Prograis – All You Need To Know


Jack Catterall v Regis Prograis - Date

Jack Catterall v Regis Prograis are scheduled to meet in the ring on Saturday, 24th August 2024.

Jack Catterall v Regis Prograis - Time

The timings are still to be confirmed, but it’s expected that the ringwalks for Jack Catterall v Regis Prograis will be around 21:30 – 22:00 BST.

Jack Catterall v Regis Prograis – Location and venue

The Super-Lightweight clash will take place at the new Co-op Live Arena in Manchester, which was officially opened in May 2024.

This will be the first boxing card to take place at the venue, which holds 20,500 fans when all seated and 23,500 when spectators are allowed to stand.

Jack Catterall v Regis Prograis – TV channel & how to watch

The Catterall v Prograis fight is to be shown worldwide on DAZN, a subscription channel.

Are there any belts on the line for Jack Catterall v Regis Prograis?

There will be no belts on the line, but Catterall’s manager – Sam Jones – feels like they have gone for the ‘best opponent available’ in Prograis.

Jack Catterall’s record

29-0-1 (13 KOs)

In 30 professional fights, Catterall has lost just once with a controversial split-decision defeat to Josh Taylor in Glasgow.

The man from Chorley responded to that loss by beating Darragh Foley and Jorge Linares by unanimous decisions, before facing Taylor again in May 2024.

This time, at the First Direct Arena in Leeds, Catterall gained revenge over the Scot and claimed a 16th victory by decision.

The Southpaw has held multiple light-welterweight belts, including the WBO Inter-Continental title and the British title.

The Jamie Moore-trained fighter believes a victory over Prograis will put him in a strong position to be given another chance at a world title challenge.

Regis Prograis’ record

31-0-2 (24 KOs)

Prograis’ first professional fight came back in April 2021 and he has had 31 bouts overall, winning 24 of those encounters by knockout.

The 35-year-old won 24 fights in a row before suffering his first defeat in October 2019, when he lost to Scotland’s Taylor by a majority decision at the O2 Arena in London – his only previous fight in the UK.

Prograis claimed the vacant WBC Light Welterweight title in November 2022 with victory over Jose Zepeda in California.

The man from New Orleans successfully defended the title once before losing the belt in his last fight – against Devin Haney in San Francisco last year.

The American says this is the “fight I’ve always wanted” and that his target is to be a three-time world champion.

Jack Catterall v Regis Prograis - Odds

There are currently no odds available for August’s big fight.

Jack Catterall v Regis Prograis – Full Fight Card

The undercard for the light-welterweight showdown is yet to be confirmed.

Odds mentioned in this article were correct at the time of writing and are subject to change.

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