April 30th wrote another fabled chapter in the history of Boxing, when Amanda Serrano, champion in seven divisions, versus Katie Taylor, gave the world an epic, at iconic Madison Square Garden…a fight and a night to remember!
Such classics inspire, the younger generation who persevere to reach these rarefied heights. Upcoming talent promises a very bright future and here are five female fighter prospects, who you should identify on your radar screen:
5. Agathe Barbier
Aggie, a French boxer who has passed through Canada, Australia and currently England, has overcome numerous obstacles in her childhood, where she started boxing as a way to channel bad moments and gain self-confidence. Agathe is a fighter with an aggressive style and who goes to the front. She aims to win a world title sooner rather than later.
4. Amy Lemanager
The fighter from Minnesota, who recently debuted in late 2019 in her hometown of Ella Duluthy, stands out for her heavy hitting. Amy, 22, has made a name for herself as Duluthy’s first women professional boxer. The recent University of Wisconsin-Superior graduate started boxing at age 12 and quickly rose to prominence, ranking 5th in the United States. Amy stands out for her hard hitting and dedication in and out of the ring.
She has a professional record of 2-0 with one KO.
3. Crisna Alvarez
The Mexican boxer , who debuted at the end of 2021, is undoubtedly a fighter with a great future. Crisna has a record of 2-0, with a KO. The silver medallist at the Central American Games at Barranquilla 2018, who has been accompanied in her training by world champion Jackie Nava, has a promising future in the world of boxing, which is why she is part of this list.
2. Nicole Ocasio
The “untouchable”, who is trained by her compatriot Amanda Serrano, debuted as professional on April 8 of this year, where she managed to defeat Soranyi Severino in the first round. This is after having an excellent amateur career, winning United States Nationals five times and the Gold Gloves twice. Amanda Serrano, says Nicole has all the skills plus determination to be one of the best boxers in the world in the near future.
1. Sophie Alisch
Sophie, who has an undefeated professional record of seven wins, is on a fast track to success. The German fighter is recognized worldwide. Aged just twenty, she has defeated her opponents six times by unanimous decision, while she recorded a KO in her professional debut on February 16, 2019, defeating Sopo Kintsurashvili in the first round.