England’s Cameron handed Taylor the first defeat of her career in May, outpointing the Irish icon to retain the super-lightweight belts against the undisputed lightweight champion.
Fans are speculating that Taylor may even walk away from the sport, whatever the result.
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When is the fight?
Cameron vs Taylor 2 is set to take place on Saturday 25 November at the 3Arena in Dublin, Ireland.
The main card is due to begin at 7pm GMT (12pm PT, 2pm CT, 3pm ET). Ring walks for the main event are then due at around 10.30pm GMT (3.30pm PT, 5.30pm CT, 6.30pm ET).
How can I watch it?
The fight will stream live on Dazn in the UK. A subscription to the streaming service is available here at a cost of £9.99 per month.
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Taylor – 6/4
Cameron – 4/7
Draw – 14/1
Full odds via Betway.
Full card (subject to change)
Chantelle Cameron (C) vs Katie Taylor (undisputed women’s super-lightweight titles)
Paddy Donovan vs Danny Ball (welterweight)
Gary Cully vs Reece Mould (lightweight)
Skye Nicolson (C) vs Lucy Wildheart (WBC women’s interim featherweight title)
John Cooney vs Liam Gaynor (Celtic super-featherweight title)
Zelfa Barrett vs Costin Ion (super-featherweight)
Thomas Carty vs Dan Garber (heavyweight)
Emmet Brennan Jamie Morrissey (Celtic light-heavyweight title)
Giorgio Visioli vs Lee Anthony Sibley (lightweight)