Scott Gilfoid’s report that Josh Warrington was all set for a Straitjacket after Mauricio Lara spat in his face last Saturday night was not without factor. Lara, who had actually simply worked on the regional hero Leigh Wood at the Motorpoint Arena in Nottingham, England, was sending out a message to the previous IBF featherweight champ that he was coming for him and wished to send him into retirement. Warrington had a huge fanbase in participation, and it would have been an embarassment if Lara had actually knocked him out as he carried out in their very first fight in London, England, at the Wembley Arena in February 2021.
The concern is, will Warrington fight Lara, or will he evade him, as numerous think he’s been doing because their 2nd fight in September 2021? Warrington had the possibility to fight him a 3rd time, however rather entered another instructions, battling the 36-year-old Kiko Martinez and after that Luis Alberto Lopez. This recommends that he might not have an interest in getting in the ring with Lara a 3rd time.
It is easy to understand that Lara has an extreme hatred for Warrington after he head-butted him constantly in their rematch in September 2021 in Leeds. This expense Lara a possibility to make life-altering cash for him and his household in Mexico, and he confessed to spitting in Warrington’s face after his win over Wood. He likewise stated that he was coming for Warrington which he had a home in Mexico for him whenever he desired it.