What Time Is Katie Taylor Fighting?: How To Watch Taylor v Han

What Time Is Katie Taylor Fighting?: How To Watch Taylor v Han

Living legend Katie Taylor returns to the boxing ring this Saturday evening. The undefeated Bray boxer will put her WBA, WBC, IBF, WBO, and The Ring female lightweight titles on the line against American fighter Jennifer Han as part of the very exciting Warrington-Lara 2 card. Watching Taylor's 19th professional fight will be different to her others, however, as it's the first time she'll be fighting on the DAZN network. Here's all the info you need ahead of the fight, including what time is Katie Taylor fighting.

How to watch Taylor v Han

Taylor v Han is being streamed exclusively on DAZN, the online sport streaming platform. If you've never heard of DAZN, here's a quick run through on everything you need to know to use its services. You'll need to purchase a one-month subscription - which costs €1.99 - to watch the fight.

What time is Katie Taylor fighting?

The Taylor-Han co-main event is the penultimate fight on the nine fight card which starts at 7pm. While it's impossible to predict the exact time for the fight due to the other fights on the card, the main event is tentatively scheduled for 10pm. We expect the Taylor fight to start around 9pm but keep an eye on your screen from around half 8 so you don't miss out.

What are the fighters saying

Taylor looks in serious shape ahead of this fight.


She is delighted to be fighting in the home of her beloved Leeds United.

"I've great memories of coming here as a kid, visiting this city and going to Elland Road for Leeds United games, they're some of my best memories. To have a chance to actually fight here is really special."

Han - who had her second child earlier this year - said beating Taylor would be life-changing.

"My life has already changed, but if I win and become the unified world champion that would be the biggest accomplishment that I've ever done in my boxing career.

"It'll be huge to bring that back home to my country and to El Paso and to my family and to my team.

"That will be life-changing."

Donny Mahoney
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