Boxing Fight Night : Leigh Wood vs Mauricio Lara - Date, Time, Ticket, How To Watch

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Boxing fans from one side of the planet to the other are sitting tight in expectation for this gigantic blockbuster battle was we watch Leigh Wood versus Mauricio Lara in his old neighborhood Nottingham Field which is booked to happen on Saturday eighteenth February 2023. Leigh Wood acquired many titles last year after his battle of the year competitor with the Irish contender Mick Conlan where taken out a staggering KO triumph in the last round to effectively shield his WBA (customary) featherweight title. The triumph was more noteworthy because of the reality Wood was following in the battle as Conlan ruled most adjusts yet shown brilliant resilence to land a monstrous take out on his most memorable title protection.

Leigh Wood was then booked to battle WBA 'super' champion Leo St Nick Cruz in a compulsory title safeguard. There were a few conflicts with the offer split and Matchroom Boxing and TGB advancements couldn't come to an understanding. Wood later continued on to concurring a battle with Mauricio Lara for the 24th September 2022 however Wood needed to sadly pull out from the battle only ten days before they should battle as a result of a torn bicep that he endured doing fighting.

The WBA then, at that point, mentioned that Leigh Wood and previous WBA featherweight champion Leo St Nick Cruz go into dealings again for a title union session. It was declared that on the twelfth December that Leo St Nick Cruz emptied his title which left Leigh Wood as the sole featherweight champion.

Yet again because of his session falling through with Leo St Nick Cruz, Leigh Wood versus Mauricio Laura was reserved with fans anticipating at long last seeing these two featherweights battle at the Nottingham Field. Boxing savants and fans have been right now parted in half as they are uncertain who will be delegated WBA featherweight champion come the night's end. Leigh Wood must be on his best on the day as he would rather not go completely head to head with this hard hitting Mexican contender.

Maurico Lara wouldn't fret coming into this session as the longshot as he demonstrated against Josh Warrington that he is just there to battle. He stunned the boxing scene when he beat Josh Warrington in his own backgarden. Maurico Lara came into the session as 11/1 dark horse contrasted with Warrington where you'd of needed to stake £33 just to win £1. This prompted the Ring Magazine portraying it as one of the greatest battle disturbs in the year. The two warriors are exceptionally fit for disturbing the chances and getting unforeseen triumphs which makes the battle multiple times really energizing!

Fans will in any case be trusting that we get another Maurico Lara versus Josh Warrington in the future because of their rematch winding up in a specialized attract because of Lara having a cut on his head during the battle yet for the present we are persistently standing by to watch this featherweight title holder battle Leigh Wood versus Maurico Lara.