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Josh Warrington’s ring walk to be played by Kaiser Chiefs live

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Leeds United and Frank Warren are delighted to confirm the Kaiser Chiefs will be playing live at Elland Road, during the unmissable night of World Championship Boxing on Saturday 19th May.

Josh Warrington is looking to become IBF Featherweight World Champion when he takes on Lee Selby, in what is set to be one of the biggest sporting events of the summer.

Warrington famously walks into his fights to ‘I Predict a Riot’ and the Leeds Warrior will enter the ring in May with the Kaiser Chiefs playing the track live at Elland Road.

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The event will mark nearly ten years to the day since the Kaiser Chiefs played live at Elland Road, with their last appearance at the venue coming on 24th May 2008, in front of a capacity crowd of over 30,000.

With six studio albums to their name, their first, ‘Employment’, released in March 2005, sold over two million copies alone.

Other Kaiser Chiefs hits including ‘Never Miss a Beat’, ‘Modern Way’ and ‘Ruby’ and the band are one of the most successful to come out of the city of Leeds.

With a packed undercard, entertainment around the stadium and concourses, it promises to be a night to remember.

Fans wishing to attend are encouraged to purchase tickets for this unmissable event as soon as possible, to avoid disappointment.

Further pre-fight entertainment will be announced in the coming weeks.

General admission tickets are available from just £40 per person.

For more information please contact the Leeds United Ticket Office on 0371 334 1992.

Hospitality is available starting at £130+VAT.

Tickets are available to purchase online via the club’s official website www.leedsunited.com and via the Leeds United Ticket Office on 0371 334 1992

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