“I’ve got to step up from the Courtenay fight!”- Rachel Ball fights for World Title next

Matchroom Boxing published this video item, entitled “”I’ve got to step up from the Courtenay fight!”- Rachel Ball fights for World Title next” – below is their description.

After beating Shannon Courtenay at Fight Camp, Rachel Ball now fights for the WBA World Bantamweight Title on the Katie Taylor vs Miriam Gutierrez undercard. Injury to original opponent Ebaine Bridges has opened the door for current IBF Super-Flyweight Champ Jorgelina Guanini to fight Ball next #RachelBall #BallGuanini #TaylorGutierrez

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