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Pro Boxer Mikaela Mayer: Paving the Way for Women in the Ring. by Sarah Woehler. December 5, 2017. No Comments.

A professional boxer who competed at the 2016 Olympics and is now Top Rank’s first signed female boxer in more than a decade, Mikaela Mayer is one of Under Armour’s newest additions to the Unlike Any campaign. Pro Boxer Mikaela Mayer: Paving the Way for Women in the Ring December 5, 2017 / jeanettehorton A professional boxer who competed at the 2016 Olympics and is now Top Rank’s first signed female boxer in more than a decade, Mikaela Mayer is one of Under Armour’s newest additions to the Unlike Any campaign. Mayer thriving thanks to unlikely pairing with trainer Al Mitchell (5:22) On the surface, boxer Mikaela Mayer and famed trainer Al Mitchell are total opposites, yet they’ve thrived in the ring. Pro Boxer Mikaela Mayer: Paving the Way for Women in the Ring by Sarah Woehler December 28, 2017 A professional boxer who competed at the 2016 Olympics and is now Top Rank’s first signed female boxer in more than a decade, Mikaela Mayer is one of Under Armour’s newest additions to the Unlike.

She is a trailblazer for women’s boxing and has established her place as one of the most influential USA Boxing Alumni members of all time. Shields is one of the driving forces in women’s boxing today, carrying the torch handed off by American female boxing pioneers such as Christy Martin, Laila Ali and a few others. “There is great change going on right now — me, Mikaela Mayer, Franchon Crews, Katie Taylor, Amanda Serrano and a few other women are carrying the torch for women’s boxing right now,” Shields explained. “There is great change going on right now — me, Mikaela Mayer, Franchon Crews, Katie Taylor, Amanda Serrano and a few other women are carrying the torch for women’s boxing right now. COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.– Two-time Olympic gold medalist Claressa Shields not only is spearheading a new wave in women’s boxing, she has developed into a true role model for countless yo.

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Jessica McCaskill, of Chicago, Illinois, took two huge fights in 2019. “There is great change going on right now — me, Mikaela Mayer, Franchon Crews, Katie Taylor, Amanda Serrano and a few other women are carrying the torch for women’s boxing right now,” Shields explained.

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Her ultimate goal is to hold the Woman’s World title and make a lasting impact on women’s wrestling.

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She has had both exhibition and more serious fights with women boxers and with one man since 2006.29 Another early pioneer was a Canadian transgender woman named Michelle Dumaresq who competed in the sport of downhill mountain biking.

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She had trained as a kick boxer for a while but had never stepped in the ring.

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  • She seems to have great focus, even when trading in the pocket, it doesn’t look like she gets harried & closes her eyes to just start swinging. Is she still intending to transition to MMA?

  • Mayer is stiff arming Joseph in the head and face. Holding her head down, etc. I hate that. Some refs put a stop to it. This one didn’t I guess.

  • Im training beautifully in high elevation with no symtoms, but you tell me i have a respiratory virus? Uhh hmm STOP IT already!! Its getting corny & ppl are catching on. Trying to deceive ppl in an information age is actually becoming obsolete.

    #corny

  • Joseph was no cream puff, but she just got out-worked by Mayer. Joseph did some good infighting during round 6, she needed more of that in the earlier rounds.

    Mayer boxed very well, usually she will ‘fall in’ to her opponant, giving up her height advantage. But she didn’t do that this time, looks like her camp is working on that. Mayer just needs a little bit more power, but that’s not something you can teach…

  • Mikaela is a well schooled boxer. Her movement and footwork is so smooth and natural. Works behind the jab and that right hand is always up. She has a got inside game too.

  • Mayer’s got some nice hands and smooth footwork. She needs to become more responsible with her defense though, or she’s going to get dropped one of these days

  • Where did they get. Sloe Frazier from??? Joseph did a masterful job, fighting her…!!! I thought that Joseph, was very slick… The fight was closer, than they scored…!!!! Timothy Bradley, is a d♡◇k head!!! He lost against, Kendall Holt!!! They robbed kendall!!! That let me know that, he’s a hand picked fighter!!! Commentator now!!!

  • Should if stopped this well earlier. The corner needed to look after their boxer. Not good. Should be pulled up by the commission.

  • So the commentators are just going to ignore mikaela getting hit over and over with the overhand right? ����‍♀️����‍♀️����‍♀️����‍♀️

  • Man
    Y’all remember rocky

    Somebody should have been crying and saying

    THROW THE DAM TOWEL!!!!!

    Man that was brutal and it was not a bum bash Mayer is just too dam

    Good and I see a lot of guy boxers who don’t used their reach and height average she dos it so dang good!!!

    Here true test is today can’t wait!!

  • I’m not against women fighting and I don’t think it should be banned but there is something pretty gross about watching women hit each other. I’m not a fan.

  • i’ll say this in the nicest way possible. but Mayer fought a walking punching bag. the only thing that was developed in this fight was her knowing that she was able to throw and land combinations. more of a conditioning match if anything.

  • What an utterly entertaining fight that was. I agree with the decision, but feel that Helen Joseph’s aggression and toughness made it a lot closer than the scorecards suggested.

  • Some bad refereeing. He should have stop the fight sooner. If you can’t defend yourself then the referee should be able to defend you by stopping the fight.