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Re: Tayla Harris does it again

Reply #1
Tayla was a class above Harding and I’d like to see her matched with a more competitive opponent before she moves on to international opponents.  Of course, there may not be any local boxers able to match it with her.

I was pleased to read that she is going to focus on the AFLW pre-season now.
Nostalgia isn't what it used to be . . .

Re: Tayla Harris does it again

Reply #2
There are limited options for her to fight down this end of the world. She is already doubling and tripling up on opponents after only 8 fights....

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No.   Result   Record   Opponent   Type   Round, time   Date   Location   Notes
7   Win   6–0–1   Australia Margarite Butcher   TKO   2   18 Oct 2019   Australia The Melbourne Pavilion, Flemington, Victoria, Australia   For the Australian female middle title
6   Win   5–0–1   Australia Renee Gartner   TKO   2   14 Aug 2019   Australia ICC Exhibition Centre, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia   
5   Draw   4–0–1   Australia Sarah Dwyer   MD      17 Nov 2018   Australia The Melbourne Pavilion, Flemington, Victoria, Australia   For the Australian female middle title
4   Win   4–0–0   Australia Janay Harding   UD   5   7 Sep 2018   Australia The Melbourne Pavilion, Flemington, Victoria, Australia   
3   Win   3–0–0   Australia Margarite Butcher   UD   6   4 Aug 2018   Australia The Melbourne Pavilion, Flemington, Victoria, Australia   
2   Win   2–0–0   New Zealand Tessa Tualevao   MD   4   23 Sep 2017   Australia Eatons Hill Hotel, Eatons Hill, Queensland, Australia   
1   Win   1–0–0   Australia Margarite Butcher   UD   4   24 Jun 2017   Australia Eatons Hill Hotel, Eatons Hill, Queensland, Australia   

With Harding her latest opponent as well.

Re: Tayla Harris does it again

Reply #3
It’s a small pool and that worries me.  I wouldn’t like to see Tayla smashed by a hardened international opponent.

I know that Sarah Dwyer is normally in a lower weight division but it is concerning that the promised re-match hasn’t happened.
Nostalgia isn't what it used to be . . .