Katie Taylor defeats Jennifer Han by a shutout decision

Induce Amanda Serrano?

Jennifer Han was no match in her battle versus Katie Taylor on the Josh Warrington-Mauricio Lara card Saturday in Leeds, England, which Taylor won by a nothing choice.

Therefore, Taylor as soon as again maintains her light-weight champion and expects larger battles.

That might imply a face-off with fellow pound-for-pounder Serrano, a seven-division titleholder who presently holds a featherweight belt.

Han (18-4-1, 1 KO) is a previous 126-pound champ who went up to 135 in her previous battle. Nevertheless, it was the capability and speed of Taylor (19-0, 6 KOs) that appeared to problem Han more than any size drawback.

Taylor appeared to be an action ahead of Han the whole battle, beating her to the punch and landed a lot more attractive blows than the fighter from El Paso, Texas, who wasn’t active adequate to win rounds.

Han was never ever injured by her Irish challenger however she decreased after a flurry of punches in Round 8.

Naturally, that didn’t matter much on the cards. All 3 judges had the very same rating, 100-89 in Taylor’s favor. Boxing Addict scored it 99-90 for Taylor.

She would’ve liked to score a knockout however she stated Han, a capable fighter, made that tough.

“She was very good at surviving,” Taylor stated. “She’s very crafty, very slippery.

Taylor then moved on to the future. She could face Serrano, who easily outpointed Yamileth Mercado last weekend. Another option is to move up to 147 pounds and take on Jessica McCaskill.

Taylor isn’t picky.

“I’m willing to fight anyone at any weight,” she stated. “I desire the huge battles.’


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Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.