Josh Warrington made an impressive ring entrance on Saturday night in Leeds.
The IBF featherweight champion was accompanied by British Army members from the 6 Regiment RLC as he entered the Leeds Arena.
Bagpipes and drums were the soundtrack[/caption]
The stoic servicemen stood by[/caption]
Warrington made his walk past the army members[/caption]
The Leeds crowd enjoyed the event[/caption]
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The servicemen and women played bagpipes and drums as Warrington came out into the arena, producing a spectacular atmosphere for the title defence against Sofiane Takoucht.
The 28-year-old won his belt from Lee Selby at Elland Road in May 2018.
He subsequently defended it against Carl Frampton and Kid Galahad before opting to face Takoucht when unificaitons did not present themselves.