Bridget Taylor describes her daughter as a child. Katie Taylor disguises herself as a boy because women are not sanctioned to box. She is disappointed with her performance in her first all-female bout.
Taylor petitions to allow women's boxing at the 2012 London games. She wins the gold medal against Sofya Ochigava. She loses in the quarterfinals and does not advance in Rio.
Taylor works out at "The Shed" when home in Bray. She attends church every Sunday and recites Psalm 18 before every fight. Before the Rio Olympic Games, her coach Peter Taylor leaves the family.
Ross Enamait is Taylor's coach and Brian Peters is her manager. Taylor has earned 14 wins and 6 knockouts on the professional circuit in three years. She wants to be the greatest female boxer of her generation.
Taylor beats world title owner Delfine Persoon in Madison Square Garden in ten rounds. Boxing is not for the faint-hearted. Taylor wants to be an inspiration to female youth who hope to become professional boxers.
Taylor compliments a young girl on her footwork and hand speed. Being a hero is a responsibility. Taylor wants to continue to box and will not retire anytime soon.
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Becky Anderson meets female boxer Katie Taylor and discovers a woman beloved by her local community, who’s overcome prejudice and tradition in pursuit of her boxing dreams.
Length: 24 minutes
Copyright date: ©2019
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