JOSH TAYLOR and Jack Catterall were pulled apart by security on Saturday night after their third rematch plan fell through.
The jinxed re-run has been floored again with the 32-year-old Scotland star injured and the March 4 date scrapped.
TWITTER@EZETALKSSPORTSJack Catterall was held back from Josh Taylor after theY crossed paths at the Eubank Jr vs Smith fight[/caption]
TWITTER@EZETALKSPORTSChorley clubber Catterall was eventually forced to sit in his seat by security[/caption]
The super-lightweight pair were due to meet on Monday at a spicy press conference in Manchester.
But that event was cancelled on Saturday and the Glasgow bout is now postponed while he rests a foot injury.
Instead, they accidentally crossed paths ringside at the Chris Eubank Jr vs Liam Smith bout and a row kicked off.
Giant security staff pulled the men apart and Taylor retained his VIP seat but Catterall was moved to the opposite end of the row.
It will need a fourth date to be arranged after bouts in December and February were also axed, making March 4 the third doomed plan.
The pair clashed last February when Taylor defended all four world titles with a controversial decision.
The delay in rematching has meant the Tartan Tornado has lost three of the belts and only the WBO strap remains his.
A December re-run was cancelled when Taylor suffered a knee injury, then February 4 was in the pipeline before it got pushed back a month.
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Taylor said: “I am the champion, I had to vacate some of the belts but I am still unbeaten.
“I am bringing big-time boxing back to Scotland, I love my country and want to represent the people and give them good nights.”
In an interview with talkSPORT, Taylor said of his hotly-disputed title defence: “I was absolutely rubbish but I got the right result.
“There’s not anybody in this world that can convince me that I thought I lost the fight.
PAJosh Taylor controversially remained undisputed super-lightweight champ against Jack Catterall[/caption]
The entire boxing world thought Jack Catterall dethroned Josh TaylorInstagram @boxxer
“I didn’t think I did lose the fight.
“I thought I won it by a point or two.
“I thought he was very negative, on the back foot, holding and I think he should’ve had more than one point taken off him for excessive holding.
“It’s been and done. I got the decision.”