“There’s a lot more inside of me!” Jamie Mitchell prepares for maiden World title defense

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After taking out Shannon Courtenay in Liverpool to become WBA World Bantamweight champion, ‘The Miracle’ Jamie Mitchell prepares to put her belt on the line for the first time in Phoenix, AZ on February 5. Facing undefeated Carly Skelly on the #RungvisaiCuadras2 undercard, Mitchell looks to win in style as she looks to go to the top and join the P4P greats at the top of women’s boxing.

Mitchell’s story of childhood hardship captivated audiences in 2021, and she believes the next chapter of her professional career will be the most exciting yet. Hear from her in camp out in Las Vegas in preparation for Feb 5 fight week!

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