2017 BOXING fight – Josh Warrington vs Dennis Ceylan – full fight Video

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3 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2017-10-21, good fight between Josh Warrington and Dennis Ceylan: it gets three stars.

Both undefeated, the Englishman Josh Warrington entered this fight with a perfect record of 25-0-0 (5 knockouts) and he is ranked as the No.8 featherweight in the world (currently the #1 in this division is Leo Santa Cruz) while his opponent, Dennis Ceylan, has an official boxing record of 18-0-2 (8 knockouts) and he entered as the No.35 in the same weight class. In their last three fights Warrington has beat Hisashi Amagasa (=Warrington vs Amagasa), Patrick Hyland (=Warrington vs Hyland) and Kiko Martinez (=Warrington vs Martinez) while Ceylan has defeated Walter Estrada and Ryan Walsh but then he has drawn with Isaac Lowe. Warrington vs Ceylan, IBF World featherweight title final eliminator. Watch the video and rate this fight!


Date: 2017-10-21

Where: First Direct Arena, Leeds, United Kingdom

Division: featherweight (126 lbs, 57.2 kg)

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Josh Warrington def. Dennis Ceylan (TKO at 1:43, round 10)


Warrington’s previous fight: Josh Warrington vs Kiko Martinez

Warrington’s next fight: Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington


Warrington vs Ceylan full fight video:

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10 comments on “2017 BOXING fight – Josh Warrington vs Dennis Ceylan – full fight Video”

    • As my colleague @arjaycee:disqus said, it was one hell of a good fight, but Santa Cruz will destroy Warrington, especially if on home turf in Cali. But let’s not forget Warrington has beaten Kiko Martinez. Still, it’s an intriguing matchup and their IBF system seems to work, unlike the poor showing of the WBC at super middle, where Alvarez has been waiting for 3 YEARS to get his shot even though he’s been Stevenson’s number 1 for that amount of time.

        • Thanks, glad to see you back. Lemieux vs saunders in Montreal in December will be one hell of an intriguing battle :)

          • Lemieux of course. The bookies are giving Saunders as a slight favorite, it may be time to wage a 20$ :)

          • Ok, now I’m tempted too. :)

            I think the Saunders who was up on his toes while beating Andy Lee is history. The fighter he’s become might be able to out-jab Lemieux but if Lemmy closes the gap, look out.

          • Btw, knowing about your appreciation for Emanuel Augustus, I wonder if you’ve seen the 147lb British prospect Josh Kelly? He’s got a fair bit of Augustus, Lomachenko and Jones Jr. in his athleticism and style. Here’s his fight from last week:


          • Arjay Cee: Thank for the good link you provided. Kelly is really a very good prospect with a bright future. He is very unconventional but has the full package since is fast, accurate, skillful, and posses a powerful punch. However, in my opinion, his fighting style is closer to Sergio Martinez’s one rather than the boxers you named here. Sorry!!! but I cannot deny my origins :-)
            Anyhow, in this fight, I believe the referee stoppage was premature since his adversary was still OK for action but with no chances at all.

          • Good point, Tango! I can see the fine Martinez in him too. Too bad about the stoppage, yes.

            They’re talking about moving Kelly quickly. Adam Booth knows his business, but i wonder how Kelly will fare against a fast, swarming, mauling boxer like Shawn Porter. The hands-down style is highly risky to begin with yet some styles pose special problems.

            I mention Porter because he’s my pick to become the gate keeper at 147 (not a view that Porter would like, I’m sure!).

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