Bring on Amanda Serrano?
Jennifer Han was no match in her combat in opposition to Katie Taylor on the Josh Warrington-Mauricio Lara card Saturday in Leeds, England, which Taylor gained by a shutout determination.
Thus, Taylor as soon as once more retains her light-weight championship and appears forward to greater fights.
That may imply a showdown with fellow pound-for-pounder Serrano, a seven-division titleholder who presently holds a featherweight belt.
Han (18-4-1, 1 KO) is a former 126-pound champ who moved as much as 135 in her earlier combat. However, it was the flexibility and pace of Taylor (19-0, 6 KOs) that appeared to bother Han greater than any measurement drawback.
Taylor gave the impression to be a step forward of Han your complete combat, beating her to the punch and landed many extra eye-catching blows than the fighter from El Paso, Texas, who wasn’t lively sufficient to win rounds.
Han was by no means damage by her Irish opponent however she went down after a flurry of punches in Round 8.
Of course, that didn’t matter a lot on the playing cards. All three judges had the identical rating, 100-89 in Taylor’s favor. Boxing Junkie scored it 99-90 for Taylor.
She would’ve appreciated to attain a knockout however she mentioned Han, a succesful boxer, made that tough.
“She was very good at surviving,” Taylor mentioned. “She’s very artful, very slippery.
Taylor then moved on to the longer term. She may face Serrano, who simply outpointed Yamileth Mercado final weekend. Another choice is to maneuver as much as 147 kilos and tackle Jessica McCaskill.
Taylor isn’t choosy.
“I’m willing to fight anyone at any weight,” she mentioned. “I would like the large fights.’