Katie Taylor gets set to build upon her impressive record, after having won five gold medals in the women’s world championships and winning a gold medal at the 2012 London Olympics, she turned pro in 2016 with promoter Eddie Hearn and Matchroom Boxing by her side.
As a pro Katie Taylor is currently 8-0 with 4 wins by KO in her young but impressive career. Having. her first professional fight in NOV of 2016 in London, Taylor has since moved to the USA where she is training full time. She won her first world title fighting against Anahi Sanches for the WBA lightweight belt in Oct of 2017 and retained it against Jessica Mcaskill in 10 rounds last December.
This weekend Katie Taylor will be fighting Victoria Bustos for the IBF Female lightweight title, while defending her WBA belt in a unification of the division. Buston is 18-4 in her professional career, however this will be her first fight out of her native Argentina and only her second as a professional against someone not fighting out of Argentina.
Watch highlights of Katie Taylor’s open workout ahead of this weekends fights
Media workout with @KatieTaylor ahead of her world title unification bout with Victoria Bustos this Saturday at the @barclayscenter in Brooklyn. We’re coming for all the belts! #TaylorBustos #JacobsSulecki pic.twitter.com/EXPVqX1JsG
— Ross Enamait (@rosstraining) April 26, 2018