Katie Taylor could be set to fight for a World title in Dublin this November.
The 2012 Olympic Gold medallist won her fourth pro fight last weekend, with an eight-round victory over Milena Koleva.
She will fight next on April 29th, on the undercard of the Anthony Joshua/ Wladimir Klitschko world heavyweight title bout at Wembley.
Promoter Eddie Hearn has told the Irish Independent that he wants the Bray star to fight in the US in “late may or early June”, after the Wembley clash.
Katie Taylor with promoter Eddie Hearn- Credit ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne
After that, Matchroom Boxing boss Hearn is hopeful that Taylor could have a first world title shot in November, potentially in Ireland.
“She will have July off”, Hearn told the Irish Independent.
“[She will then] come back and box in September and then box in November for a world title”.
“Ireland is realistic for her first world title fight, but I think she needs to go and have a fight in America after Wembley.