Leach v Davies: How To Watch, Start Time, Fight Card

Leach Davies

Update (12/06/2022): Watch the moment Liam Davies became champion and read Boxing Social’s Davies vs Leach result report: Davies Drops And Dethrones Leach To Become British Champion.

A star in the making, a challenger looking to prove his credentials and a trilogy we never expected are what to look out for on Saturday night from Frank Warren’s latest show.

Marc Leach is out to prove that his high-class performance against Chris Bourke in March to win the British Super Bantamweight title was no fluke. While challenger Liam Davies has the opportunity to show he is Lonsdale worthy for the first time.

Ijaz Ahmed and Quaise Khademi make it a British title double header when the pair meet for a third time to see who will take home the vacant Super Flyweight prize. Ahmed holds 10-round points win against his rival from February 2021 and six months later a disputed split draw means they go again on Saturday.

How can I watch Leach v Davies?

The event will be broadcast on BT Sport in the UK.

Fans will require a subscription or day-pass to BT Sport.

Where is Leach v Davies?

The fight takes place at Telford International Centre, Telford, UK.

What time does Leach v Davies start?

The main card is set to begin at 7pm in the UK, with ring walks scheduled at 10pm.

All times are subject to change.

Leach v Davies fight card

  • Light Heavyweight – Ezra Taylor v Veselin Vasilev (Weigh-in Saturday)
  • Bantamweight – Raheem Muhammed (8st 4lbs) v Steve Jackson (8st 6lbs)
  • Lightweight – Callum Thompson (9st 9lbs) v Jordan Ellison (9st 11lbs)
  • Super Lightweight – Amaar Akbar (10st 2lbs) v Mator Sambou (10st 1lb)
  • Lightweight – Willo Hayden (9st 11lbs) v Engel Gomez (9st 9lbs)
  • Super Featherweight – Muhammad Ali (9st 7bs) v Brayan Mairena (9st 5lbs)
  • Welterweight – George Bance (10st 8lbs) v Richard Helm (10st 6lbs)
  • Light Heavyweight – Willy Hutchinson (12st 11lbs) v Karol Horejssek (12st 11lbs)
  • Super Lightweight – Ethan James (10st 2lbs) v Lee Connelly (10st)
  • Vacant British Super Flyweight Championship – Ijaz Ahmed (8st 2lbs) v Quaise Khademi (8st 2lbs)
  • British Super Bantamweight Championship – (C) Marc Leach (8st 9lbs) v Liam Davies (8st 9lbs)