Anthony Cacace vs Lyon Woodstock Jr fight, time, date, TV channel, undercard, schedule, venue, tale of the tape stats betting odds and live stream details

Anthony Cacace vs Lyon Woodstock Jr fight, time, date, TV channel, undercard, schedule, venue, betting odds and live stream details

Published On Tuesday, June 23, 2020By Tim Rickson

All the details you need to watch the Anthony Cacace vs Lyon Woodstock Jr fight

BBN have provided all the details viewers need to tune in and watch British title fight between champion Anthony Cacace (18-1, 7KOs) and challenger Lyon Woodstock Jr (12-2, 5KOs):



The bout is part of Frank Warren's second show of the summer season, starting on July 10, so will likely take place on or after July 17.



It takes place behind closed doors at the BT Sport Studios in Stratford


Rounds scheduled

12 three-minute rounds at the super featherweight limit



The British super featherweight title, belonging to Cacace, is up for grabs



UK fight fans can expect the pair to make their ringwalks any time between 9pm-10pm (GMT)


TV Coverage

Coverage will start at around 7pm live and exclusive on BT Sport


Live Stream

You can find out what happens via or by downloading the mobile app, or follow the action round-by-round on @btsport on Twitter


Undercard Highlights

The undercard is yet to be announced.


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Press Conference Quotes

Frank Warren: “Our opening show on July 10 is just for starters and we will be looking to go bigger and better as we move along in our summer season that will see us deliver at least five TV shows”.



Predictions for Cacace vs Woodstock can be found HERE



Defending champion, Anthony ‘The Apache’ Cacace, won the British belt on the second attempt, having first lost a close decision to Martin J Ward in 2017. Ward won the belt outright with the UD win then collected the European title in his next fight.

From Belfast, 31-year-old southpaw Cacace rebuilt with two points wins before upsetting the champion Sam Bowen (15-0) in his home show in Birmingham with a split decision win in November last year.

In his maiden defence, he entertains challenger Lyon Woodstock, 26 from Leicester. The London-born ‘Lion’ tasted defeat twice within eight months when he first lost his unbeaten record to an enthused Archie Sharp (13-0) in a 10-round battle for his WBO European super featherweight belt in October 2018.

Then, he challenged for the Commonwealth strap against Zelfa Barrett (21-1) in June last year and was outpointed widely over 12-rounds.


Betting Odds Supplied by 888Sport

7/8 Anthony Cacace
2/1 Lyon Woodstock
28/1 Draw


Running Order

Anthony Cacace vs Lyon Woodstock
12x3 British super featherweight titles

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