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  • Writer's pictureDexter Hastings

Taylor Dominants As She Goes Three Without Defeat

Thirty year-old Danny Omarah Taylor took her professional boxing record to three without defeat on the Black Country Promotions show ‘Pride of the Black Country’ held on 21.06.24). The Birmingham fighter was taking on Bojana Libiszewska (34) in a six-round contest at the Hangar Venue Wolverhampton. This was part of a night of a five-fight card with Taylor weighing in ten stone six and Libiszewska coming in ten stone seven in this Super Welterweight competition with Pete McCormick reffing.


Taylor used her jab well to keep Libiszewska on the back foot in the first landing some great combinations to dominant the round. Everything was coming off Taylor’s jab with Libiszewska already in survival mode, Taylor landed heavy backhands at will and again dominated the second round. Libiszewska had no answer for Taylor’s onslaught of combinations in the third as the Birmingham fight worked the head and body well.

 Taylor continued her high pace boxing with Libiszewska  just looking to hold and survive in the fourth, Taylor was now looking for the stoppage with Libiszewska being thrown to the floor at the end of the round but managed to see the round out. Taylor kept pouring on the pressure in the fifth with Libiszewska being warned for holding as she looked to see the round out, this was another dominant round by Taylor as she handed out a beat down. Libiszewska was just looking to see the final bell as she tried to stay away, Libiszewska sustained a nasty cut above her left eye with ref Pete McCormick getting the doctor to look at it who let her continue, Taylor poured on the pressure looking for the stoppage but Libiszewska saw the round out.

 Ref Pete McCormick scored it 60 to 54 Taylor, I had it the same.


Dexter’s Thoughts

Very dominant performance by Taylor who is looking like she is ready to step up the levels and already challenge for titles. Libiszewska had no answer to the onslaught of Taylor who was looking for the stoppage from the second round. Taylor is a very tough fighter and I think that in two or three more fights she will be challenging for titles whether it is Midlands or higher. Taylor is one of the hottest female prospects coming out of the Midlands at the moment and I can see a big future for the Birmingham fighter.






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