• Wed. May 22nd, 2024

Womens Boxers: Top 5 Influential Names

Womens Boxers

Female boxing is indeed growing at a very stable rate. With the help of some top female boxers, things are indeed looking different now. Major credit behind this goes to Katie Taylor and Claressa Shields (Womens Boxers). These two top pugilists have indeed created a great impact in Europe, North America and around the world. 

It feels as, since 2016, the game has gone to another level. They indeed do now do great numbers on pay-per-view. However in co-main events, PPVs do look better with Katie and others. They look now in far better shape financially. It does help young girls to see their future in this classical sport. The current and the former generation in boxing will be and should be remembered forever as indeed they have played a huge role to set the foundation stone.  

The very reason can indeed allow young female fighters after 10 to 20 years to get quality payment for their services as professional boxers. Even boxing promoters like Lou DiBella and Eddie Hearn. They have indeed played a huge role to back female pugilists to fight and earn. DiBella set the foundation stone – and Hearn took to the next level with his amazing promotional skills. 

Let’s take a look at the top five most influential female boxers. 

5 Womens Boxers: Cecilia Braekhus

Norwegian boxing legend Cecilia Braekhus is not the most skilled taker in boxing – but she has indeed done a great job from 2007 to 2021 for stabilising the sport (Womens Boxers). When she started pro boxing, the female had no chance of making a great career. However, she did remain stable and hungry for creating a mark. It did allow others from small nations to come forward and indeed make a huge impact around the world. She did end her career as pro boxers on a fine note, earning very well. However, there was a time when she did not have the chance to make a comeback. It shows her classical level of boxing with the tenacity to stay active in hard times. 

4 Womens Boxers: Ebanie Bridges

Ebanie Bridges is not a skilled boxer like Katie Taylor – but her impact is as good as the Irish queen (Womens Boxers). Ebanie came to this sport very late. She used to be a boxing ring girl. However, her passion for sports opened a window to turn professional. In 2020, she used the COVID-19 pandemic very well and became a famous name. Many female boxers do hate her as she takes about glamour and fashion as much as boxing. However, her style and looks have made many female boxers famous. She even helps even those who do not have ample backing in boxing. It shows how great she is as a boxer for fellow female boxers.

3 Womens Boxers: Laila Ali

Laila Ali is the daughter of Muhammad Ali (Womens Boxers). She did pick up boxing when there was no room and did great numbers on PPVs. Indeed, her father’s impact did play a huge role. But any Ali name entering in boxing does deserve to get fame. Laila did play boxing that well that it changed even the thinking of great Muhammad Ali about the future of female boxing in the late 1990s and early 2000s. 

2 Claressa Shields

Claressa Shields is the most outspoken name in the world of boxing (Womens Boxers). She is a two-time Olympic Games gold medallist from the United States (2012 and 2016). After the 2016 Olympics, she did turn professional and managed to win all the belts in two different divisions. It makes her impact very clear in the world of boxing. 

1 Katie Taylor

Katie Taylor
Female boxer Katie Taylor

Katie Taylor is indeed one of the best names in the world of boxing when it comes to counting an influence of a boxer. She did win a gold medal for Ireland at the 2012 Olympic Games and did turn professional in 2016 (Womens Boxers). In Ireland and the United Kingdom, she has changed the face of female boxing. In the whole world, every boxer wants to be like her. She is a very calm lady and does speak from her class in the ring. Hence, it is hard to find one better name than Katie Taylor in women’s boxing (Instagram). 

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