Katie Taylor vs Natasha Jonas LIVE RESULT: Stream, ring walk time and TV channel for lightweight world title fight

IT is a 2012 Olympics rematch as Katie Taylor takes on Natasha Jonas TONIGHT.

The fight – for Taylor's WBA, WBC, IBF and WBO lightweight world titles – takes place on the undercard of Derek Chisora vs Joseph Parker in Manchester.

Irish ace Taylor won the London Olympic final bout nine years ago – can she repeat the trick against the Brit?

When is Katie Taylor vs Natasha Jonas?

  • Katie Taylor vs Natasha Jonas takes place on Saturday, May 1 – TONIGHT.
  • The fight is chief support to Chisora vs Parker, and the ring walks are expected from 9pm BST.
  • The Manchester Arena – with no fans in attendance – plays host.

What TV channel and live stream is Katie Taylor vs Natasha Jonas on?

Sky Sports Box Office will be showing the full card on Saturday night.

Coverage begins on the channel at 6pm.

The event costs £19.95 to purchase.

Stay up to date with every jab and uppercut from Manchester in our live blog, below…

  • Joshua Mbu


    Here we go!

    Marcus “Sweet MNM” Morrison makes his ring-walk in his hometown of Manchester!

    The 28-year-old has won 23 of 26 professional fights, losing the other three.

    But 16 of the 23 wins have come by knockout.

    Chris Eubank Jr makes his ring-walk – the returning Brit has his sights set on IBF middleweight champion Gennadiy Golovkin.

    But Morrison stands in his way.

    Eubank Jr only has two losses on his record……… this is going to be a HUGE fight! 

    “Fresh out of the Gulag”.

    Campbell Hatton vs Levi Dunn follows……. and then it's onto the big one! Taylor vs Jonas.

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    Dmitry Bivol has beaten Craig Richards with a unanimous points win!

    118-110, 115-113, 115-114 the judges scored it.

    Bivol has been out of the ring for 18 months, but he brings home the win and retains the WBA Light-Heavyweight World Title.

    Up next is Chris Eubank Jr vs Marcus Morrison!

  • Joshua Mbu


    Katie Taylor has her eye on some HUGE fights IF she makes it out of tonight's fight against Tasha Jonas with the belts.

    Who would you like to see Taylor take on next? Definitely not the last name on the list!

  • Joshua Mbu


    Tony Bellew is backing Tasha Jonas ahead of tonight's highly anticipated Undisputed Lightweight World Title fight.

  • Joshua Mbu


    Undisputed World Lightweight Champion Katie Taylor faces off against familiar face Natasha Jonas.

    Jones will be looking for revenge after Taylor beat her in the 2012 London Olympic final.

  • Alex Terrell


    Those of you who are able to cast your minds back NINE years ago will remember Katie Taylor beating Natasha Jonas in the 2012 London Olympic final.

    That was a rare moment of joy for Irish fans at the Copper Box Arena.

    What great careers these two have had already, showing women everywhere how to go about their ring craft.

    Credit: PA


  • Alex Terrell


    Here is how these two girls line up on paper tonight.

  • Alex Terrell


    Natasha Jonas has told Taylor she is not worried about the past going into the ring tonight.

    She said: "I’ve got nothing to lose and if you’re in a fight for the four belts on the biggest stage, the biggest platform and you can’t get yourself up mentally then you’re probably in the wrong sport.

    “I’ve got absolutely nothing to lose and I’ll be presenting the best version of myself mentally and physically on the night and she has to be able to deal with that.

    “I proved last time I am world level. I know I have to be that and better for Taylor.

    “I wanted a challenge, I want to stay at this level, I want to be competing at this level and be winning at this level, more importantly.”

  • Alex Terrell


    Good evening and welcome to tonight's blog of Katie Taylor's lightweight bout against Natasha Jonas.

    The Irishwoman warned Jonas to worry about her own damaged chin before vowing to knock her out.

    The Olympic icon defends her undisputed lightweight crown and 17-0 record against her old London 2012 rival tonight.

    Jonas, 36, has boldly predicted that she is the one with the power to cause a shock KO inside the ten two-minute rounds.

    But only Jonas has a stoppage defeat on her record and Taylor used her trademark whisper to menacingly remind her.

    The Wicklow warrior said: "I don't think I'm someone who anyone can get under my skin.

    "Tasha has a loss on her record, and that loss has come from a knockout, so if anybody can be hurt it's her."

    Taylor, 34, remembers her 2012 quarter-final victory over GB's Jonas in London as the fight that sparked the women's sport into life.

    She said: "Without the Olympic Games, I don't think pro women's boxing would be where it is right now."

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