Katie Taylor faces a quick turnaround for her next fight as she prepares to put her world titles on the line against Miriam Gutierrez this weekend.
Taylor claimed a fine win over Delfine Persoon in late August, retaining her belts in a gruelling rematch with the Belgian.
Now the Bray Bomber will be back in action later this month when she faces undefeated 37-year-old Gutierrez.
The Spaniard has not fought in nearly a year due to the COVID-19 lockdown but goes into the fight off the back of 13-straight wins since turning pro in 2017.
She beat Keren Batiz last time out but stepping into the ring with Taylor will be a huge step up in class for her.
Here’s everything you need to know about the fight night which includes THREE world title clashes.
Taylor v Gutierrez: Date and time
The 10-round lightweight clash will take place on Saturday, November 14 and is being held behind-closed-doors at Wembley Arena in London.
Taylor v Gutierrez should get under way at around 10pm and there will be title fights between Terri Harper and Katharina Thanderz and Ebanie Bridges and Rachel Ball on the undercard.
The fight night is being shown on Sky Sports but full details about the TV coverage have not been confirmed as of yet.
Taylor v Gutierrez: How to watch
The action will be shown on Sky Sports Arena from 7pm and on Sky Sports Main Event from 10pm.
Sky Sports customers can live stream this via the app using their mobile, tablet or computer devices.
If not, you can purchase a Sky Sports Day Pass from NowTV for £8.99.
Taylor v Gutierrez: Undercard
Subject to change
- Katie Taylor v Miriam Gutierrez – for WBC, WBA, IBF and WBO lightweight titles
- Terri Harper v Katharina Thanderz – for WBC and IBO Super featherweight titles
- Rachel Ball v Jorgelina Guanini – for vacant WBA bantamweight title
- John Docherty v Jack Cullen
- Thomas Whittaker Hart v Jermaine Springer
- Ukashir Farooq v Angel Aviles
Taylor v Gutierrez: What has been said?
Katie Taylor: “It’s been a pretty quick turnaround from my last fight but I’m always looking towards the next challenge and I wanted to fight again before the end of the year.
“The pandemic has obviously made it a very uncertain time in terms of scheduling fights, so I’m really excited to have a date to focus on.
“I’m expecting a very tough fight against an undefeated challenger, but I’ve been back in training camp in the US for the past couple of weeks and I’m looking forward to successfully defending my titles on November 14.”
Miriam Gutierrez: “I am very happy, eager, and excited. I am preparing myself 100 per cent for this fight with Katie.
“This is the great challenge that I have pursued in my sports career to be able to fight for the undisputed crown.”