Josh Warrington admits he was ashamed to be seen in public after his shock defeat by a relatively unknown boxer, as he attempts to rescue his career on Saturday in the full glare of a 20,000 crowd.
Warrington, the first fighter from Leeds to win a world title, has home advantage for his rematch against Mexican Mauricio Lara at the Emerald Headingley Stadium, where the scrutiny will be as anxious as the support vociferous.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Whether that cauldron will be boiling enough to discourage Lara seems unlikely, since he was just as far from his home when he came to Wembley Arena seven months ago and inflicted the two knock-down stoppages which ended the Leeds Warrior’s unbeaten record.
Mauricio Lara (left) and Josh Warrington (right) go head-to-head once more on Saturday
Lara shocked the world with a stunning ninth-round stoppage win over Warrington
So Warrington is looking to find