Cacace vs Woodstock Info
Anthony Cacace is set to face the challenge of Leon Woodstock on Saturday 10th October 2020 at BT Sport Studio in London.
The fight will take place over 12 rounds in the Featherweight division, which means the weight limit will be 126 pounds (9 stone or 57.1 KG).
This fight will appear on the undercard of Liam Williams' and Andrew Robinson's clash for the BBBOC British Middleweight championship. Also, on the undercard will be Nathan Gorman's and Richard Lartey's clash, Anthony Cacace's and Leon Woodstock's clash for the BBBOC British Featherweight title and James Metcalf's and Jack Flatley's clash for the CBC Commonwealth Super Welterweight championship.
Cacace vs Woodstock stats
Anthony Cacace steps into the ring with a record of 18 wins and 1 loss, 7 of those wins coming by the way of knock out.
Leon Woodstock will make his way to the ring with a record of 11 wins and 1 loss, with 5 of those wins by knock out.
The stats suggest Woodstock has a slight advantage in power over Cacace, with a 45% knock out percentage over Cacace's 39%.
Anthony Cacace is the older man by 4 years, at 31 years old.
Cacace has a height advantage of 1 inch over Woodstock.
Anthony Cacace fights out of the southpaw stance, while Leon Woodstock is an orthodox fighter.
Cacace is the more experienced professional fighter, having had 7 more fights, and made his debut in 2012, 3 years and 3 months earlier than Woodstock, who’s first professional fight was in 2015. He has fought 52 more professional rounds, 108 to Woodstock's 56.
Cacace vs Woodstock form
Anthony Cacace has beaten 4 of his last 5 opponents.
In his last fight, he won against Sam Bowen on 30th November 2019 by split decision in their BBBOC British Super Featherweight championship fight at Birmingham, West Midlands, United Kingdom.
Previous to that, he had won against Alan Isaias Luques Castillo on 23rd February 2019 by points in the 8th round at O2 Arena, London.
Going into that contest, he had beat Reynaldo Mora on 21st December 2017 by points in the 6th round at Holiday Inn, West Midlands.
Before that, he had been beaten by Martin Joseph Ward on 15th July 2017 by unanimous decision in their CBC Commonwealth Super Featherweight and BBBOC British Super Featherweight championship fight at Wembley (SSE) Arena, London.
He had defeated Leonel Hernandez on 19th November 2016 by points in the 6th round at Victoria Warehouse, Trafford Road, Lancashire.
Woodstock has lost to all of his last 1 opponents.
In his last fight, he lost to Zelfa Barrett on 15th June 2019 by unanimous decision in their CBC Commonwealth Super Featherweight championship fight at First Direct Arena, Leeds, United Kingdom.
Cacace's last 5 fights have come over a period of 3 years and 11 days, meaning he has been fighting on average every 9 months and 3 days. In those fights, he fought a total of 44 rounds, meaning that they have lasted 8.8 rounds on average.
Woodstock's last 1 fights have come over a period of , meaning he has been fighting on average every . In those fights, he fought a total of 12 rounds, meaning that they have lasted 12 rounds on average.
What time does Cacace vs Woodstock start?
The fighters are expected to ringwalk at around 9:30 pm BST at BT Sport Studio, London, United Kingdom, which is 4:30 pm EST or 1:30 pm PST on the West Coast of America.
Who is showing Cacace vs Woodstock?
Cacace vs Woodstock will be broadcast on BT Sport 1 in the UK, while the fight will be broadcast in the United States by ESPN+.
How do you stream Cacace vs Woodstock?
In the UK you can stream Cacace vs Woodstock on BT Sport, and all their boxing cards, via the BT Sport app and online player. This is included for free if you order BT Sport on Sky TV, TalkTalk TV or BT TV. If you don’t have a TV package, it’s only available as a standalone app to existing or new BT broadband customers. Note, it’s not currently available on Roku or NowTV sticks, or games consoles.
The stream is free for existing BT Sport 1 customers, while 1 month (for tv) costs £25.
In the US you can stream Cacace vs Woodstock via the ESPN+ app. This is a standalone service from regular ESPN, so you don’t need to be an existing TV subscriber. You can download the app for PC, Apple, Android, Fire TV, Roku, your Smart TV and many others. It also has a 7-day free trial.
7 days of ESPN+ is free, while 1 month costs $5.99.