Jack Catterall had huge strategies to reveal his rematch with Josh Taylor throughout the Liam Smith-Chris Eubank Jr. bout previously this year. However, it was canceled due to Taylor’s injury. Instead, Taylor went on to fight Teofimo Lopez Jr. and suffered a unanimous choice loss.
Catterall seemed like the real champ at 140 pounds after his split choice loss to Taylor in February 2022. He thinks he belongs in the leading battles and wished to show himself in the rematch. However, with the cancellation of the rematch, Catterall now deals with Jorge Linares on Saturday in Liverpool, England.
Catterall does not have the hardware to show he’s the leading fighter at 140 pounds, however he thinks his claim is strong. Despite being an underdog, he set up a strong fight against Taylor and even knocked him down in Round 8. After finalizing with Matchroom Boxing and winning a choice against Darragh Foley, Catterall aspires to display his abilities against Linares.
Although Linares is previous his prime and has actually suffered 3 successive losses, he still holds name acknowledgment and has actually had significant triumphes in his profession. Catterall intends to win remarkably against Linares to make a declaration in the department.
Catterall acknowledges the aggravation of several cancellations and intends to have a constant schedule moving forward. He is concentrated on Linares in the meantime however has his eyes set on huge battles and possible world title chances.
Catterall is the clear preferred to beat Linares, and a win inside the range would put the department’s titleholders on notification. He discusses his interest in combating against Regis Prograis however stresses his present concentrate on Linares.
While the rematch with Taylor stays the most significant fight for Catterall, he is identified to show himself in the meantime. He wishes to reveal that his efficiency against Taylor was not a fluke which he should have to be acknowledged as the leading fighter at 140 pounds.