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Kid Galahad vs Jazza Dickens fight details - time, date, TV channel, undercard, schedule, venue, betting odds, predictions, ring walks and live stream info

Published On Monday, June 21, 2021By British Boxing News

All the details you need to watch the Kid Galahad vs Jazza Dickens world championship contest

The rematch is on! It's the 'Kid' vs 'Jazza'

BBN have provided viewers with all the details needed to tune in and watch Kid Galahad (27-1, 16KOs) clash with Jazza Dickens (30-3, 11KOs) on the 219th day of the year.

All the details you could possibly need to watch the entire Galahad-Dickens Fight Camp Week Two event below:



The bout takes place on Saturday, August 7.



The Matchroom Sport HQ in Brentwood, Essex.


Rounds scheduled

12x three-minute rounds at featherweight (126lbs).



The vacant IBF World featherweight title is on the line, after Josh Warrington vacated earlier this year. Previous owners of this IBF belt include Mexican legends Manuel Medina and Juan Manuel Marquez; the incredible Prince Naseem Hamed; and the 'Yorkshire Hunter' Paul Ingle.



The ringwalks for the main event are expected from 10pm UK time, but that will depend on the undercard results.


TV Coverage

Coverage will be shown exclusively on DAZN and you can sign up here


Live Stream

You can watch online via the DAZN app 

BBN are providing LIVE updates on the night HERE



The event is free to DAZN subscribers, which costs it's members just £1.99 per month.


Undercard Highlights

Fan-favourites from overseas Florian Marku (8-0-1, 6KOs); Alen Babic (7-0, 7KOs); and Ebanie Bridges (5-1, 2KOs) are all in action on the night.

Howver, viewers will be looking forward to the tantalising English heavyweight title clash between reigning champion Fabio Wardley (11-0, 10KOs) and Ultimate Boxxer winner Nick Webb (17-2, 13KOs). There's no way this one is going the 10-round distance!


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Matchroom Fight Camp returns with three back-to-back weekends (July 31, August 7 and August 14) as game-changing global five-year deal with DAZN begins in the UK.

World title contenders Kid Galahad and Jazza Dickens finally meet in a rematch, almost eight years on from their first thrilling fight in September 2013, with the Sheffield slickster coming out on top to claim the vacant British super-bantamweight title.

Liverpool's Dickens has been in superb form over the past two years, with excellent victories over long-reigning British featherweight champion Ryan Walsh, Leigh Wood and Carlos Ramos seeing him win the Golden Contract tournament. He is currently unbeaten in his last eight fights, which includes four consecutive KOs against foreign fighters, followed by four points victories in championship fights - two IBF European, followed by two WBO European featherweight title clashes over 10 rounds.

Galahad’s last outing came in February 2020 where he stopped Claudio Marrero, while he also challenged for the IBF featherweight title against Warrington in 2019 and came agonisingly close to becoming a world champion.

Derry Mathews-trained Dickens' world title tilt came against Guillermo Rigondeaux in 2016 - the Cuban forced him to retire after round two, suffering a broken jaw.



Dickens said: “It’s been eight years since the first fight. I always knew it would come again, and I’ve been waiting for it a long time.

“I’ve had losses along the way and I’ve had to build myself back up. There is nothing harder than having to do that, but I’ve worked hard to be here and I’m happy to have this opportunity.

“I need to thank MTK Global, Tony Bellew, DAZN, and Matchroom. Boxing is a conveyor belt, and it’s a blessing. I will take this chance with both hands and I’m looking forward to the challenge.”

Galahad said: “Whatever happened in the past has happened. Me and Jazza will start where we left off. The first fight was unbelievable, and the second one will be even better.

“I know Jazza personally, he lives the life like me. I just believe I’m better in every department. It’s not personal, but we’ll both go in there to try and take each other’s head off.”



Tim Rickson, BBN Editor: “It's an intruiging clash of styles and, although many would automatically favour Galahad, especially going into the contest one-up over Dickens, it's the underdog who is carrying the best momentum into this world championship clash. His fit, energetic style could see him take an early lead over the notoriously slow starter, Galahad. I really like Jazza, I think he's great guy and a fantastic fighter, he was a joy to watch in the Golden Contract tournament. He does everythinng so well, but I've got this feeling that Galahad is going to be that more slick and elusive to cleverly bag the rounds with his eyecatching style. I think it'll be another close fight with Galahad just edging the decision on points."



Galahad: IBF #1; WBO #4; IBO #2; BoxRec #4

Dickens: IBF #3; WBO #1; IBO #8; BoxRec #11



Age: 31
Bouts: 28
Rounds: 171
KOs: 57.14%
Height: 5' 6 1/2"
Reach: 67"

Age: 30
Bouts: 33
Rounds: 197
KOs: 33.33%
Height: 5' 6"
Reach: 67"


Official Weights

Check back here on Friday 6


Betting Odds

Kid Galahad: 4/11
Jazza Dickens: 5/2
Draw: 20/1


Interesting Fact

Qatar-born Barry Awad's alias, 'Kid Galahad', was chosen by trainer Brendan Ingle after a character played by Elvis Presley in the 1962 film of the same title.


Running Order

Main Event
Kid Galahad vs Jazza Dickens
12x3 IBF World featherweight title

Chief Support
Fabio Wardley vs Nick Webb
10x3 English heavyweight title

Alen Babic vs Mark Bennett
6x3 Heavyweight contest

Maxim Prodan vs Florian Marku
10x3 IBF International welterweight title

Ebanie Bridges vs Bec Connolly
6x2 Bantamweight contest

Johnny Fisher vs Josh Sandland
4x3 Heavyweight contest

Ellie Scotney vs TBA
4x2 Super-bantamweight contest

Aqib Fiaz vs TBA
4x3 Lightweight contest


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