Tonight: Cameron vs Taylor Rematch – DAZN – Nov. 25 – 2 pm ET
Cameron vs Taylor II is ON! We’ve got a rematch for the ages brewing between the undisputed Super-Lightweight queen, Chantelle Cameron, and Irish boxing sensation, Katie Taylor. Set to light up the 3Arena in Dublin on November 25th, this fight is set to be another unforgettable spectacle LIVE on DAZN.
Northampton’s own Chantelle Cameron (18-0, 8 KOs) previously rocked the boxing world by handing Katie Taylor her first-ever professional defeat, a night that still is in the talk throughout the boxing community. Now Cameron is back to defend her 140lbs crown and prove her victory was more than just a lucky punch.
Despite stepping into the ring last time as the underdog, Cameron shook the world by clinching the majority decision win. She turned the underdog story on its head, stunning the Dublin crowd and proving that champions can come from anywhere.
It’s clear that both fighters poured their heart and soul into the match, delivering a spectacle worthy of the hype. Ten intense rounds later, Cameron stood tall, confirming her spot as one of the planet’s top female fighters.
Chatting about her previous win, Cameron shared, “Last time out, I delivered one of the biggest upsets ever against the best female fighter on the planet.” The victory was a stellar one, but she’s gearing up to make November 25th even more epic.
Heading into the rematch, Cameron is fuelled by the lessons from her past fight. She’s stepping back into the gym, analyzing her mistakes, and working tirelessly to correct them. One thing’s for sure; Cameron is heading into the rematch stronger, hungrier, and more prepared.
What makes this rematch even more interesting is Cameron’s burning desire to prove that her win wasn’t a fluke. She’s pumped to show the world that she’s got what it takes to dominate the boxing ring. “I think I’m all wrong for Katie,” she boldly declared.
But don’t discount Taylor. She’s eagerly awaiting this rematch, all set to turn the tables this time. “I relish challenges like this,” said Taylor. “These are the occasions I live for.”
Eddie Hearn, Chairman of Matchroom Sport, and Alfie Sharman, VP of DAZN, both have high expectations for November 25th. They’re forecasting an even louder and more enthusiastic crowd, ready to fuel the intense match-up between Cameron and Taylor.
the sensational Gary Cully gears up for an electrifying revenge! After experiencing a shocker in May, when the Mexican dynamo, Jose Felix, dealt him a stoppage defeat at 3Arena, Cully is back and he ain’t playing games. Now with Joe McNally in his corner over in Liverpool, our champ is setting his sights on Reece Mould. And, ladies and gentlemen, you won’t want to miss this showdown on November 25, featured on the illustrious Chantelle Cameron-Katie Taylor card, live for the whole wide world on DAZN.
Gary himself proclaimed, “It ain’t a party, folks. This one’s personal. Come November 25, I plan to give a knockout performance!”
Dublin’s proud warriors join Cully for a night of unforgettable action. Paddy ‘The Real Deal’ Donovan, who has never tasted defeat, steps into the 3Arena again, this time squaring up with English Welterweight Champion Danny Ball. They’ll be fighting for the WBA Continental Welterweight Title. And let’s not forget Thomas Carty, the undefeated Dublin sensation, who’s ready to defend his Celtic Heavyweight Championship.
Meanwhile, from the land down under, newly crowned WBC interim World Featherweight Champion, Skye Nicolson, is setting her sights on defending her belt. She’s squaring off with the tough Lucy Wildheart. Nicolson’s aiming high, hinting at a potential showstopper against WBC champ Amanda Serrano. Speaking of Wildheart, she expressed her excitement about the upcoming fight, “This is my moment, the world title in my division beckons! A big shout out to Matchroom for this grand platform. The atmosphere is gonna be electric!”
For those itching for fresh talent, London’s young gun Giorgio Visioli is stepping onto the pro scene for the very first time. And the Featherweight clash between Belfast’s John Cooney and Dublin’s Liam Gaynor is sure to add more noise to the evening, while Emmet Brennan faces off with Limerick’s Jamie Morrisey for the Celtic Light-Heavyweight Title.
Eddie Hearn, the big man at Matchroom Sport, didn’t mince his words, “Dublin, get ready! Cully’s comeback against the red-hot Reece Mould, coupled with Carty’s heavyweight duel and Donovan’s proving ground against Ball, promises fireworks.”
Chantelle Cameron, Standing Firm as Super-Lightweight World Champion:
“I know I can’t get too comfortable. I gave Katie her first pro defeat, and man, she’s itching for a comeback. While I’m proud of my last fight, I’ve got a lot to work on. And knowing Katie, she’s coming back with a vengeance.
Winning against Katie was a dream come true. But this isn’t the time to rest. Katie’s coming in hot, and I need to be on top of my game. The atmosphere last time? Electric. But this time, I’m channeling that energy straight into the fight. I might’ve been too respectful before, but now? It’s game on. Jamie and Nigel remind me to play it smart, but deep inside, I know I can take on Katie head-to-head.”
Jamie Moore, The Man Behind Chantelle Cameron’s Success:
“What a ride that night was! Sure, one score was too close for comfort, but we’re gearing up for round two.
We’ve been here before. Fighting Katie in Dublin has its own thrill, but we know the drill now. Both fighters are ramping things up, and Katie’s out to set things right. But having seen what Chantelle’s got up her sleeve? I’m feeling good. Fighting in Northampton would’ve been nice, but Dublin? It adds that extra fire.”
Katie Taylor, Hungry for a Comeback:
“Each fight? It’s like the world’s watching. And this one? It’s personal. I’ve had my lows, but my faith and journey have taught me to bounce back. Doesn’t matter where they place me on the promo materials; my eyes are on the prize.
I’m gearing up for the best Chantelle out there. But in this fight? I trust my skills. Sure, last time wasn’t my finest hour. But that’s in the past. Now, it’s about making my mark, feeling the roar of the Irish crowd, and reminding everyone why boxing is in Ireland’s blood.”
Ross Enamait, Guiding Katie Taylor:
“This fight? It’s huge. Katie’s stepping into the ring with a lot on the line, and while our last outing wasn’t our best, we’re coming back stronger. When Katie’s on her game, she’s unstoppable. And I believe that. Both these fighters are going to light up the ring, and I can’t wait to see it play out.”
Cameron vs. Taylor 2 Rematch
Q: When and where is the Cameron vs. Taylor 2 fight happening?
- A: The rematch is on Saturday, November 25, at the 3Arena in Dublin.
Q: What time will the event and the main fight start?
- A: The event begins at 7 p.m. UK / 2 p.m. ET. The main fight featuring Cameron and Taylor is estimated to start at 10:23 p.m. UK / 5:23 p.m. ET, subject to the undercard fight durations.
Q: Can I watch the Cameron vs. Taylor rematch on DAZN?
- A: Yes, the fight will be streamed live on DAZN globally. For viewers in Argentina, Chile, and Colombia, the DAZN app is required for streaming.
Q: Which devices are compatible for streaming DAZN?
- A: DAZN is available on various devices including iPhones, iPads, Android phones, tablets, Amazon Fire tablets, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Android TV, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, multiple smart TV models, Roku, Vizio, and gaming consoles like PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X | S.
Q: What are the betting odds for Cameron vs. Taylor 2?
- A: As of November 20, 2023, DraftKings lists Chantelle Cameron at -185 and Katie Taylor at +145.
Q: What are the records and biographies of Chantelle Cameron and Katie Taylor?
- Chantelle Cameron:
- Nationality: British
- Born: May 14, 1991
- Height: 5′ 6″
- Record: 18-0 (8 KOs)
- Katie Taylor:
- Nationality: Irish
- Born: July 2, 1986
- Height: 5′ 5″
- Reach: 66″
- Record: 22-1-0 (6 KOs)
Weights & Running Order
ALL TIMES ARE LOCAL
16:00 DOORS OPEN
16:15 LIVE ON BEFORE THE BELL
4 x 3 mins International Super-Featherweight contest
GIORGIO VISIOLI 134.9 lbs v LEE ANTHONY SIBLEY 133.5 lbs
(Guildford, England) (La Oliva, Spain)
10 x 3 mins Celtic Super-Featherweight Title
JOHN COONEY 129.6 lbs v LIAM GAYNOR 128.8 lbs
(Belfast, Northern Ireland) (Dublin, Ireland)
8 x 3 mins Celtic Light-Heavyweight Title
EMMET BRENNAN 170.3 lbs v JAMIE MORRISEY 169.7 lbs
(Dublin, Ireland) (Limerick, Ireland)
8 x 3 mins International Super-Featherweight contest
ZELFA BARRETT 132.3 lbs v COSTIN ION 132.3 lbs
(Manchester, England) (Marbella, Spain)
19:00 LIVE ON DAZN
10 x 2 mins Interim WBC Featherweight World Title
SKYE NICOLSON 125.2 lbs v LUCY WILDHEART 125.4 lbs
(Queensland, Australia) (Lessebo, Sweden)
8 x 3 mins International Heavyweight contest
THOMAS CARTY 254.3 lbs v DAN GARBER 220.5 lbs
(Dublin, Ireland) (Bradford, England)
10 x 3 mins WBA Continental Welterweight Title
PADDY DONOVAN 146.6 lbs v DANNY BALL 146.7 lbs
(Limerick, England) (Kingswinford, England)
10 x 3 mins WBA Continental Europe Lightweight Title
GARY CULLY 134.5 lbs v REECE MOULD 134.10 lbs
(Naas, Ireland) (Doncaster, England)
10 x 2 mins undisputed Super-Lightweight World Titles
CHANTELLE CAMERON 139.5 lbs v KATIE TAYLOR 139.6 lbs
(Northampton, England) (Bray, Ireland)