New world champion Katie Taylor will defend her WBA lightweight title on 15 December in England.
The 31-year-old used to be now not expected to struggle yet again until next 12 months after keeping up a minor decrease in her Cardiff win over Anahi Sanchez on Saturday.
The hurt has been reassessed and Taylor will make a to hand information a coarse return to the ring, although an opponent and venue haven’t begun to be confirmed.
“It’s going to be a great end to the year, I hope,” mentioned Taylor.
Taylor won her first world title as a certified with an impressive problems victory over Sanchez at the Principality Stadium on Saturday night.
Her promoter Eddie Hearn mentioned on Tuesday that ABO American champion Jessica McCaskill used to be his hottest opponent for Taylor.
Taylor plans to observe up the December contest with a homecoming struggle in Dublin next April, with hopes of becoming a unified world champion.
“I’m really excited – it’s been absolutely phenomenal boxing in the UK these last 11 months,” added Taylor.
“But it used to be all the time in the pipeline to box at space in Dublin at a point. I will be able to be ready to’t look ahead to that homecoming struggle.
“When I first became professional I sought after to unify the department. Next 12 months in Dublin we plan on unifying the belts and it is one thing I have at all times dreamed of.”