Brit/Ire Can Katie Taylor Literally Beat A 20 Stone Rugby Player in a Street Fight?

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Based on the Taylor thread, how many on here think they would win a boxing fight, gotta be same weight under boxing rules.
 
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Obviously not, and the "same weight" rule means I'd probably struggle to walk to the ring. For me to get down to 132 lbs, I'd need to be starved for a few weeks and come in emaciated.
 

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Any dude on here that's 175 plus is probably sparking her if they land properly. If they have experience in boxing too, then it's a probability rather a possibility.

Same size then you'd expect her to school fools.
 
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Anyone that answers yes that isn't or wasn't a decent level amateur or pro is a fucking mong, regardless of weight.
In a boxing match...agreed. In a proper..no rules fight...not at all. On average the difference in strength and punch resistance between a 5ft 5" 9.5 stone female and a man who is 6ft or above and weighs 13 stone up is massive. But in a boxing match..yeah anyone here is getting thrashed. Taylor is legitimately skilled, fast and throws good shots to head and body.
 
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In a boxing match...agreed. In a proper..no rules fight...not at all. On average the difference in strength and punch resistance between a 5ft 5" 9.5 stone female and a man who is 6ft or above and weighs 13 stone up is massive. But in a boxing match..yeah anyone here is getting thrashed. Taylor is legitimately skilled, fast and throws good shots to head and body.
OP says boxing mate. Please don't turn this into another classic CHB/ESB street fight thread :sad5
 
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OP says boxing mate. Please don't turn this into another classic CHB/ESB street fight thread :sad5
Yeah I know...and the OP is really a bit of a pointless question to be honest. It should be obvious that someone with her skill set whips anyone bar a handful here, and when you then say "at the same weight" it just renders it utterly meaningless. Are there more than 2 or 3 men on this entire forum who are even close to that weight?
 
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Yeah, she’d destroy me in a boxing match without question.

Street fight i’d hope it’d be a different case though.:lol:
 

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I'm 5"11, around 170-180, if I was in any kind of fighting shape I'd be no less than 154.

Me fighting fit at 154, Taylor spanks my arse, not in a good way!
 
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Yeah I know...and the OP is really a bit of a pointless question to be honest. It should be obvious that someone with her skill set whips anyone bar a handful here, and when you then say "at the same weight" it just renders it utterly meaningless. Are there more than 2 or 3 men on this entire forum who are even close to that weight?
Shit, I didn't even read that you had to be the same weight. Yeah that is pointless. However I feel like a quite a few men out there would automatically assume because it's women's boxing they could beat her, putting weight aside. I've sparred national level female kickboxers and they wrecked me tbh, the one thing was that they honestly couldn't hurt me at all. Like really, I've never been so comfortable whilst getting beaten up.
Would be interesting to see how many grown men with a few months training (proper sparring and everurhing) Taylor would actually stop, over say 3 rounds. She'd light all of them up but I'm unsure about a stoppage.
 
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