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Full undercard for Kid Galahad vs. Kiko Martinez featherweight title fight

We take a look at what to expect from the full card as Kid Galahad faces Kiko Martinez in a featherweight title bout on Saturday.

Kid Galahad defeats James Dickens fighting for the Vacant IBF World Featherweight Title on August 7, 2021 in Brentwood, England. Photo by Leigh Dawney/Getty Images

Featherweight champ Kid Galahad makes his first defense of the IBF title on Saturday against Kiko Martinez, and will do so in his hometown of Sheffield, England. The entire event will air via live stream on DAZN. The main card starts at 2 p.m. ET. Ring walks for the main event are expected to take place in the 5 p.m. hour.

Galahad is 28-1 and claimed the IBF title three months ago when he forced James Dickens to retire in the 11th round. He had previously fought and lost a bout against Josh Warrington for the IBF title. Martinez is 42-10-2 and previously fought and lost to Gary Russell in a bid for the WBC featherweight title. Galahad is a -1600 favorite at DraftKings Sportsbook while Martinez is a +850 underdog.

The card features three other title fights. Terri Harper is putting her WBC and IBO junior lightweight titles on the line when she faces Alycia Baumgardner. The 11-0-1 Harper is a -380 favorite against the 10-1 Baumgardner. Chris Billiam-Smith will be putting his EBU European cruiserweight title on the line when he faces Dylan Bregeon. Billiam-Smith is a -2000 favorite while Bregeon is a +1000 underdog. Finally, James Flint and Dom Hunt will face off in a junior welterweight bout for the BBBofC Central Area Super title. Flint is a -170 favorite.

Full Card for Kid Galahad vs. Kiko Martinez

  • Main event: Kid Galahad vs. Kiko Martinez, 12 rounds, for Galahad’s IBF featherweight title
  • Chris Billiam-Smith vs. Dylan Bregeon, 12 rounds, for Billiam-Smith’s EBU European cruiserweight title
  • Terri Harper vs. Alycia Baumgardner, 10 rounds, for Harper’s WBC and IBO women’s junior lightweight title
  • James Flint vs. Dom Hunt, 10 rounds, for vacant BBBofC Central Area Super junior welterweight title
  • Donte Dixon vs. Jordan McCorry, 8 rounds, junior lightweights
  • Raven Chapman vs. Karina Kopinska, 6 rounds, women’s featherweights
  • Khalid Ayub vs. Stanko Jermelic, 4 rounds, heavyweights
  • William Cawley vs. Stephen Jackson, 4 rounds bantamweight
  • Stevi Levy vs. Polina Golubeva, 4 ronds super bantamweight