Jennifer Han vs. Katie Taylor
Leeds, England 4/9/21
El Paso, Texas fighter Jennifer Han (18-3-1, 1 KO) is stonily set for her next undisputed world title fight against Irish Katie Taylor (18-0-0, 6 Ko’s) in Leeds, England, on September 4th.
In what will be her first fight in Europe, the six-time amateur USA national champion will fight for Taylor’s titles in the lightweight division.
At a press conference, held in the lobby of the automotive agency Charlie Clark Nissan, Han’s official sponsor, she commented that she`s good and ready to face a difficult rival, applying and bringing to bear all the experience she has.
“The training has been difficult, as boxing is not easy, I have focused my energies on having a better diet and losing weight. And I have achieved it all, thanks to my team and now I feel real good, ”said the boxer, who had her last fight in February 2019, where she was the winner by unanimous decision against Jeri Sitzes, at the El Paso County Coliseum.
Han has trained her entire life for this moment, predicting: “this is the most important fight of my life and now is the time, because this is my time.”
Jennifer aged thirty eight said that she is aware that her opponent is one of the best fighters in the world, but she is totally ready to win the fight.
Joe Hidalgo, assistant trainer, considers this fight to be a great opportunity for Han to show how strong she is in the ring.
And if there is anyone who can beat Taylor it will be Jennifer. Katie has experience, power, wisdom, but she has IT too, ”said her trainer, Louie Burke.
“It will not be easy for Katie and accordingly, we have worked on ingenious strategies.”
The match scheduled for Saturday, September 4 at England’s Headingley Stadium will be the co-main event alongside the eagerly-awaited rematch between Josh Warrington and Mauricio Lara.
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