In pictures: Josh Taylor has public workout ahead of world title defence

The undisputed world champion treated fans to a display of his skills in Glasgow.

In pictures: Josh Taylor has public workout ahead of world title defence STV News

Josh Taylor warmed up for Saturday’s world title fight with an open exhibition for fans on Wednesday.

The undisputed light-welterweight champion is putting his four world titles on the line when he gets into the ring to face Jack Catterall at Glasgow’s Hydro on Saturday night.

The pair will go head to head at their media conference on Thursday and weigh in on Friday before the big night under the lights but before the final countdown, the fighters put on a public show.

As Taylor and Catterall were put through their paces in front of fans, STV caught the best of the action.

Pictures by Chloe Adams

Josh Taylor is back to fight in Glasgow for the first time since 2019.STV News
The Prestonpans fighter was happy to pose for pictures with fans.STV News
Taylor is the first Scottish boxer to be undisputed world champion since Ken Buchanan and the first in the four-belt era.STV News
Saturday's fight is Taylor's first defence of his four titles since he unified the division by beating Jose Ramirez last year.STV News
'The Tartan Tornado' says he's in top shape after the longest training camp of his career.STV News
The Scot is aiming to add to his perfect record of 18 wins from 18 fights.STV News
Taylor is looking forward to defending his titles in front of a passionate home crowd.STV News
Jake Catterall comes into the fight with a strong record of his own, unbeaten in 26 fights.STV News
The Englishman, nicknamed 'El Gato', has been mandatory challenger for the WBO belt since 2019 but stepped aside to allow Taylor his unification fight.STV News
Also on the bill at the Hydro, the Scottish heavyweight title will be contested for the first time in 71 years, with Nick Campbell in one corner hoping to be champion.STV News
Campbell will be up against Jay McFarlane, who wants to be crowned champion in front of a home town crowd.
But there's no doubt who the main attraction is. Josh Taylor, Scotland's unified world champion, is looking to write another chapter in his story of unrivalled sporting success.STV News
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