Who is Josh Warrington
Josh Warrington is an English boxer who held the IBF featherweight belt from January 2018 to January 2021.
Between 2013 and 2017, he held the British, Commonwealth, European, and WBC International featherweight titles at the regional level.
‘Fighting for a City,’ a two-year-long documentary, debuted in 2018 as a feature film. At Elland Road Stadium, the home of Leeds United, Warrington tries to capture the International Boxing Federation (IBF) title.
A four-round victory over Wolverhampton’s Delroy Spencer in October 2009 was Warrington’s first professional win, followed by a 40-36 points victory over a Latvian opponent Pavels Senkovs in November.
Danny McDermid (0-1), John Riley (0-0), and Youssef Al Hamidi (7-27-2) were all defeated by Warrington in his three four-round battles in 2010.
With victories over Steve Gethin (11-56-3), Chris Riley (3-3-2), Marc Callaghan (19-21-1), Dougie Curran (5-8-1), and Ian Bailey (7-8) under his belt at the close of 2011, Warrington remained unbeaten.
Warrington won by points decision over Dan Naylor (1-8) and Ibrar Riyaz (4-34-1) in the first half of 2012.
Defeating previously unbeaten Dudley-born prospect Chris Male (11-0) by unanimous decision in a ten-round bout to capture the vacant English featherweight title,
Warrington earned his first professional championship in November of that year. On November 9th, the Dudley Venue hosted the fight.
What is Josh Warrington’s Weight and Height?
Josh Warrington weighs 125.7lbs and has a height of 5 ft 7