Taylor remains undisputed

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Taylor remains undisputed

Once again, Taylor did it. In a gala evening that took place at the Headingley Rugby League Stadium, in Leeds, Yorkshire, United Kingdom, the Irish Katie Taylor faced an important challenge against the North American Jennifer Han. In the end, the undisputed world champion at 140 pounds, Taylor, unanimously retained her black and gold belt of the World Boxing Association together with all the belts.

With the confidence that characterizes her, Katie showed her entire technical repertoire on the canvas in front of a strong fighter like Han, who could not fight against the champion’s speed.

Jennifer Han tried to keep her distance use that jab that led her to glory in 2015 against Helen Joseph to conquer the IBF 126-pound title.

However, this Saturday, after a long period of inactivity that began in 2018 and ended in 2020 when she returned with a new victory against Jeri Sitzes, her jab did not have the same effect.

The fight gave the fans the expected tension between two brave boxers who have given their all. Thus, the ecumenical boxing star from Ireland continues to own all the belts in the lightweight division and extended her record to 19 wins with 6 knockouts, without any losses.




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