Some 17 months on from the loss of her world amateur crown, Katie Taylor hailed her first professional title win as the sweetest moment of her career. Yet while the Bray woman made history with her WBA world lightweight title success on Saturday night - becoming the first Irish fighter to win world titles as an amateur and pro - it only took a matter of minutes for the 31-year-old to set her focus on a new goal.
The pain of Rio and the disappointment of Astana now seem like a distant memory for Katie Taylor after the Bray woman claimed her first world professional title in Cardiff last Saturday night. A comprehensive points victory over Argentina’s Anahi Esther Sanchez at the Principality Stadium means that the 31-year-old is the first Irish fighter to win world titles as an amateur and pro at elite level.
Katie Taylor has claimed her first world professional title after defeating Argentina’s Anahi Esther Sanchez in Cardiff. The defending champion lost her title on the scales at Friday’s weigh-in having weighed one pound over the 135lb lightweight limit. While Sanchez attempted to make weight a second time on Friday she could not shift enough to defend her belt, meaning the WBA lightweight strap was only on the line for former Olympic champion Taylor.
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