Re-live all the drama from a memorable night in Dublin, Ireland, as Katie Taylor avenged the one and only professional defeat of her career against Chantelle Cameron to recapture the undisputed super-lightweight championship.
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Katie Taylor beat Chantelle Cameron 2 (MD)
Gary Cully beat Reece Mould (SD)
Paddy Donovan beat Danny Ball (TKO 4)
Thomas Carty beat Dan Garber (TKO 8)
Skye Nicolson beat Lucy Wildheart (TKO 9)
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Katie Taylor is the new undisputed super-lightweight champion of the world, winning the fight in MD!
The judges scored the bout:
What a night for Katie Taylor - one of the most incredible performances of her career!
The roar tells it all - the emotion has built up over six momths, but she has atoned that defeat!
What a response from one of the sport's all-time greats.
Will we see a trilogy fight? We simply HAVE TO!
I'm still lost for words - truly incredible stuff.
Wow, that was something special!
Taylor takes that round and, surely, has done enough to avenge the one and only defeat of her professional career.
I'm flabbergasted of what I have just seen. Katie Taylor has surely exercised her demons of the last six months in the most emphatic fashion.
We await the official scorecards, but wow, that was incredible!
Taylor takes the rounds - she's fighting in flurries, and it's catching the eye.
Cameron looks like she knows she needs the knockout - there would be uproar in Ireland if this was to go the distance and she was to get the decision.
Taylor has rolled back the years this evening; a remarkable performance from the lightweight champion at the twilight of her career.
Are we on the verge of undisputed in two weight-classes for a second time?
Cameron's best round of the fight - she lands three massive shots to rock the head of Taylor, but the Irish fighter stands firm - she's tough as old boots.
That was a rough, physical, bullish round - Cameron is getting in close and fighting fire with fire.
She's got to win the final two rounds for me though.
Goodness me, this is outstanding - Taylor lands combination after combination - this has been one of the best rounds of the year.
KT promised something very special and my word she is delivering.
She's so fast on her feet, and she's letting her gloves go at will - Cameron is having to bite down on that gumshield with all she has.
There's blood all over the face of the champion too.
Taylor again fighting like she is possessed, but is she burning herself out?
Cameron worked that jab so well, as she knows she needs to, and she is working her way back into this.
She has the power to hurt Taylor, and she knows it - she needs to fight intelligently, and keep the fight at distance.
A much better round for Cameron as she avoids any real danger, and lands three or four very solid jabs.
That jab was the weapon that dethroned Taylor earlier this year, and she is going to have to produce more of that over the course of the second half of this fight.
Taylor is ahead, there's no doubt, but absolutely do not write the Northampton ace off!
The referee asks the doctor to check on that cut, but he deems it fine to continue.
Taylor is on top here though - another superb round for her; she's relentless in her attacks, and is slipping Cameron's jabs ever so well.
Taylor isn't just swinging for the trees here, she's swinging with real accuracy and purpose.
This is true vintage Katie Taylor.
Taylor's combination ounching has been absolutely outstanding, and for anybody questioning whether she was past her very best, well the Irish sensation is answering back emphatically.
Taylor is fighting so well on the back foot, landing shots aplenty. Cameron has a big gash on her head too, which must have come from a clash of heads.
This is absorbing.
Another superb round, but one in which Cameron enjoys success in too.
The pair trading blows - Cameron working the jab well but Taylor landing the more eye-catching shots.
What a fight this is panning out to be - not that we expected anything less!
What an exhilarating opening two minutes as Taylor comes out firing - seeking to avenge her defeat earlier in the year.
Wow, she looks bang up for this, and has come flying out of the blocks.
Taylor actually hit the canvas in that round, but the referee adjudged it to have been a slip and not a knockdown.
What a start!
Rob Tebbutt correctly called Cully to win by Decision or Technical Decision at 7/4, and he's got his selections for the headline bout too...
Chantelle Cameron, the naturally bigger woman, won the fight against Taylor in impressive fashion, winning via majority decision.
But it was a fight that I felt Cameron won even wider than that and I expect her to repeat her victory this weekend against Taylor.
Now one of the big things going into the first fight was how Cameron would handle the occasion, going into the lion's den against Irish great Taylor in Dublin. She handled it pretty well, thoroughly dominating the fight from the first round to the last.
Dominating behind the jab and working the body well, she really didn't allow Taylor to get much of a foothold in the fight at all.
I like Cameron to repeat her win by Decision, which is at 4/5. You can get slightly better value on Cameron to win by Unanimous Decision. Remember, that's all three judges in agreement that she wins the fight.
You can get that at 6/4, which I think possesses some value. Now if you're backing Taylor to right the wrong and avenge her only professional loss, then you can get 2/1 on Taylor to win by Decision.
You can expect Taylor to come out all guns blazing. A proud and high level operator that she's been over the years, I just feel that the natural size and ability of Cameron will be much better off this time.
Rob Tebbutt's Tips:
My two plays for Chantelle Cameron v Katie Taylor this weekend are:
Chantelle Cameron by 'Decision or Technical Decision' @ 4/5
Chantelle Cameron to win by 'Unanimous Decision' @ 6/4
Here we are then; the fight we've all been waiting for.
Cully managed to bounce back from his May heartache a few minutes ago, is Katie Taylor on the verge of doing likewise against Chantelle Cameron?
This promises to deliver the goods in a very big way!
Cameron, the undisputed super-lightweight champion is 1/2 to retain her straps, whilst Taylor is to inflict a first professional loss upon El Capo.
The three cards are in, and they read:
97-93 - Mould
97-93 - Cully
96-93 - Mould
The winner by Split Decision, Gary Cully.
So, after a real scare, he manages to return to winning ways following his defeat at the hands of Jose Felix Jr in May this year.
A cracking bout that, and one I'd love to see repeated down the line.
This has been a fascinating showdown between the two fighters - but who has got it?
I've no clue!
Both fighters return to their corners with the belief that they have done enough.
Mould applied the pressure across the final three minutes, and surely did enough to win that round - but will it be enough to get the decision... time will tell.
Absorbing stuff; very enjoyable!
We await the official result...
Cully raises a smile as he takes to the corner for the final time tonight - he appears pleased with that round.
Again, it was close - a real contrast of styles; and it's made for an enthralling bout.
Scoring wise, I don't have this as far apart as some may have - I've really liked Mould's relentlessness and his willingness to get in close and trade.
I'm very interested to see how the officials have scored this one!
Mould lands that looping overhand right, not for the first time tonight, and this fight is there for the taking for either man.
Cully can be a little lazy with that lead hand of his, and Mould is looking to capitalise on that - Joe McNally will be telling his man to sharpen up in the ninth.
This fight could come down to these final two rounds - I can't call it. Mould is the aggressor, but Cully the more controlled and technically astute fighter.
Cully is still the big odds-on favourite however.
Mould enjoys his best period for some time as he slips on the inside of Cully, sticking as close to him as possible, and working the body of Cully really well.
He applied pressure relentlessly across the seventh round and will be delighted with the way he has worked himself back into the fight.
He needs to remain brave and keep as close to Cully as he possibly can.
A far better round for Gary Cully as he fights at a better distance - keeping Mould at arms length, and forcing the Englishman to fight a fight he doesn't really want to.
Cully is working the distances far better and he's clearly adhering to the advice from his new trainer Joe McNally, for whom he is working with for the first time tonight.
McNally telling his man to continue to nullify his opponent and utilise that exceptionally long jab of his.
Another round that was difficult to call, but personally, I'm calling these close rounds in Mould's favour - he's been really impressive with his work.
Cully though, is always dangerous, and is fighting a very intelligent fight himself - this is really intriguing.
I've been really impressed by Reece Mould, who has been compact, tight and is making the most of any slip-ups from the odds-on favourite, Gary Cully.
The Irishman needs to feint a little bit more; Mould is clever and cute, and isn't going to fall for any simple traps.
That said, Cully ended the round superbly well, and fought at a far better distance, keeping Mould on the end of his jab.
This is a really enjoyable, technical and tactical bout.
Another intriguing round, with neither fighter wanting to make any mistakes.
This has been a very high quality affair so far - both fighters hold plenty of respect for the other. That said, Cully is starting to mark up on the right cheekbone, and he has taken a step back after being caught with that huge right in the second.
Some lovely variation from Mould - he is doing a bit of everything in there; that was definitely a round for the Englishman.
Reece Mould lands arguably the best shot of the fight so far as he rattles the jaw of Cully in the final 30 seconds of the second round.
That was a flush blow with that looping right hook, and Cully was definitely hurt by that.
Up until that point the Irishman had been in control and boxing well, but Mould spotted the opening and launched himself right at his opponent.
He will take encouragement from that, that is for sure.
A solid enough opening round for Gary Cully as he looks to blow the cobwebs off following his defeat last time out.
It's worth noting that none of Cully's last six fights have gone beyond the half way stage, so you can be sure that he will be putting his foot on the gas in the next few rounds.
Reece Mould is a good operator however, and he looks to be in good condition in there, moving exceptionally well.
So next up, in the penultimate bout of the evening, we see the return of Gary Cully as he takes on Reece Mould.
Will the Irishman redeem himself after being beaten for the first time in his career against Jose Felix Jr on the undercard of Taylor v Cameron 1 earlier this year.
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Wow, Paddy Donovan rains the punches in and drops Danny Ball twice, and the referee has no option but to wave the bout off.
What a win for Donovan in what was the biggest test of his professional career to date.
How Ball got up from the first knockdown I have no idea, but the way in which Donovan finished him with that 15-shot barrage in the immediate aftermath was top, top class.
Another razor-sharp round for Paddy Donovan, who is enjoying himself in the ring.
This guy is the real deal - he looks superb on both the front foot and back; he seemingly has all of the tricks within his repertoire.
Ball tried to creep forward a little more in the third, but that's playing into the hands of Donovan, who landed at will.
Another good round for Donovan, who is fighting the fight exactly how he will have wanted to - right within his range.
Ball could do with making things a tad more awkward in there - he needs to be a little more unpredictable.
Donovan has had it all his own way so far.
A superb round from Paddy Donovan in what is undoubtedly the toughest test of his career to date.
He's moving around the ring exceptionally well, landing superb combinations and is certainly warming the crowd up ahead of Gary Culley's arrival in the next hour.
He's looped that back left hand around the guard of Ball a couple of times, and it's a shot that is causing him plenty of early concerns.
Will the welterweights light up the 3Arena in Dublin on the back of that disappointing heavyweight showdown?
Let's hope so.
Paddy Donovan is the big 1/7 favourite with Danny Ball available at .
Finally, we see some action as Carty finds the neccessary power to stop Garber and notch up a seventh professional victory.
The one single attack in the final minute of the fight was enough to get the job done, but truth be told, we expected so much more from the Dublin native tonight.
He was loading up far too often; he needed to work that body more and work his way up to the chin.
Still, another KO victory for him, and he, and his army of fans, will go home happy.
Carty at last gives his fans something to shout about as he lands three, four, five shots consecutively to rock Garber, who had to ride a late storm in the seventh.
None of the shots landed flush, which allowed the Bradford fighter to remain upright, but at least that was something to warm us all up!
Three minutes remaining... will we see a stoppage or a knockout?
Another untidy round, and this is a tough watch.
I said this could well be a survival mission for Garber, and so it's proving. You can feel the frustration inside the arena - they want to see these two big heavyweights trading blows!
Two rounds to go - will something spark this one into life?
That's better - a few trades in the fifth round as Garber gradually allows himself to move forward and offer some form of attack.
It's easy for me to call him negative sat here, when he's the one having those huge overhand lefts being flung at him, but this is an opportunity to make a name for himself.
It's just been far too negative, although there were a couple of better moments over that three minute period.
Garber's continued negativity, and unwillingness to trade, has led Carty to work the body - and he has done that to good effect.
Garber does appear to have a little cut on the corner of his eye, but it looks as though it's going to be the body that Carty prioritises with his opponent resting on the back foot and leaning back.
Carty will surely soon start to close that gap as he tries to find a route to the chin of the Bradford man.
You can sense a little bit of frustration setting inside the Carty camp as their fighter continues to throw shots aplenty, but very few to cause Garber trouble.
Garber has never gone beyond four rounds and I sense that this is purely a survival mission for him, given he's shown absolutely no attacking intent of his own.
Hopefully, this fight bursts into life in the fourth.
Carty getting better, but he needs to get those feet forward a little - he's trying to do his work from too far a distance.
Neither fighter landing anything of note - the two southpaws snuffing each other out - but we don't expect that to continue.
Carty remains odds-on () to win the fight inside the distance.
Thomas Carty a little too eager to impress; looking a tad clumsy as he launches that huge sweeping left of his.
Neither fighter made any inroads as of yet, but Carty is undoubtedly carrying far more power than his opponenet.
He just needs to relax a little and work his way into the fight, as opposed to looking to land that one monstrous shot every time.
Skye Nicholson breaks down the resistance of Lucy Wildheart as she gets her the first stoppage victory of her career.
The blood is stemming from the Swede's nose, and the referee could see nothing coming back from Wildheart, so jumps in to stop the fight midway through the round.
Without doubt, the best performance of Nicholson's career. Seriously impressive stuff.
Another impressive round as Nicholson takes to the body of Wildheart - switching from left to right and right to left, pounding the kidneys of her opponent.
The Australian promised to step up the ante in her next fight earlier this year, and she's stuck to her word - this is a very polished and composed showing against an experienced fighter in Wildheart.
Stylistically, Wildheart is perfect for Nicholson - she leaves herself so exposed to that left hook.
More encouragement from the Aussie's team at the end of the seventh, as they continue to praise their fighter, who is head and shoulders above her opponent.
Nicholson looking like she is really enjoying herself in there as she continues to land that left glove of hers.
The Australian is boxing really well and incredibly controlled. She's being tipped by many in the sport to go right the way to the very top of the featherweight division.
Her team aptly have 'Future Undisputed' emblazoned upon the training wear, which tells you how confident Nicholson's inner-circle are of her ability.
Nicholson lands a flush straight right and follows it with an equally as crisp left hook. Wildheart took them well, but she certainly felt those.
Very little coming from the Swede, who has challenged for a world title before let's not forget.
Another impressive and comfortable two minutes for the Australian, who is looking every bit the superstar many are making her out to be.
She is very fluid, moves well and throws impressive combinations. She maybe doesn't possess that KO power, but you can see her high-level amateur schooling.
She's in total control of this fight.
A good round for Nicholson, as she continues to read the forward advances of her Swedish opponent.
You can see what the 10-2 Swede is trying to do, but it's far too predictable, and you can just see the levels between these two.
Nicholson is the huge odds-on favourite, and up to now, it's very easy to see why.
Another round without too much action, but Nicholson starting to find her rhythm, utilising that backhand of hers to real good effect.
Wildheart will have to close the gap and disrupt Nicholson's momentum, which is surely going to start being built in the next few rounds.
As expected, the two fighters taking the opening couple of minutes to assess their opponent.
Each of the fighters feeling their way in to this 10 round contest, although the expectation is that Nicholson - the decorated amateur - should start to take over during those middle rounds.
First up this evening we have the outstanding Skye Nicholson, as the Australian featherweight gets set to take the next steps on her professional journey against Sweden's Lucy Wildheart.
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Good evening and welcome to the bet365 Sports and Betting News site for live coverage of the huge undisputed super-lightweight showdown between Chantelle Cameron and Katie Taylor in Dublin.
We'll be providing all of the latest markets and odds ahead of the mammoth rematch, as well as the full televised undercard, which is scheduled to get underway from 19:00.
It promises to be a spectacular occasion in the Republic of Ireland as Taylor - one of the all-time British boxing greats - seeks to reclaim the straps she lost earlier this year.
Will it be repeat or will it be redemption?
Well the odds suggest it could be another night of pain for Taylor, with the Irish sensation the underdog at 6/4 with Northampton's unbeaten powerhouse, Cameron, the odds-on favourite at 8/15.
Before then however, we've got a stacked undercard to look forward to, including the return of the popular Gary Culley.
Our resident boxing expert Rob Tebbutt shares his selections ahead of the highly-anticipated rematch between Chantelle Cameron and Katie Taylor in Dublin.
My two plays for Chantelle Cameron v Katie Taylor this weekend are:
Chantelle Cameron by 'Decision or Technical Decision' @ 4/5
Chantelle Cameron to win by 'Unanimous Decision' @ 6/4
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|'The Bray Bomber'
|18-0 (8 KO's)
|22-1 (6 KO's)
|Won - (MD) v Katie Taylor (May 2023)
|Lost - (MD) v Chantelle Cameron (May 2023)
Chantelle Cameron v Katie Taylor 2 Fight Time
The main card is expected to get underway at 19:00. It’s likely that the main event – Taylor v Cameron – will start at around 22:30, but exact timings will depend on the length of the undercard fights.
Where is Chantelle Cameron v Katie Taylor 2?
The second fight will take place at the same venue as the first clash, at the 3Arena in Dublin. The venue was opened in December 2008 and is based at the Dublin Docklands area, holding a capacity of 13,000 spectators. This will be only the second time Taylor will have fought in her home country, following the first fight with Cameron.
How to watch Chantelle Cameron v Katie Taylor 2?
The fight will be shown live on subscription streaming service DAZN. The bout will be available in over 200 countries around the world.
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