Professional Boxer, Mikaela Mayer, demands a rematch

Mikaela Mayer is a professional boxer from the United States. She was a unified world champion at super featherweight, holding the WBO female championship since 2020 and the IBF female title since November 2021 until losing both in October 2022.

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Mikaela Mayer demands a rematch or a rematch with Katie Taylor following a split decision loss to Alycia Baumgardner | ‘I believe I won’

Baumgardner added the WBO and IBF belts to her WBC super-featherweight title after a hard-fought fight, with two judges scoring it 96-95 in her favor and the third official scoring it 97-93 in Mayer’s favor, prompting a stunned reaction from Mayer. Mayer, speaking to Sky Sports for the first time since the fight, reiterated her belief that she did enough to win at The O2.

Mayer said,

“I do believe I won strongly,” “I was very confident, my corner was confident, and you know my corner, my coach, he doesn’t mess around and he tells me the truth. “We stuck to the game plan, I was out-boxing her and I clearly believe I won that decision. It is disappointing.

“When that second score came in and one was for me and one was for her, I was like ‘what do you mean?’ ” I saw her face at the ends of those rounds and she was defeated, tired, moving, running, she knew she didn’t win that fight and you could see it in her face she wasn’t confident.

“I really feel like my legacy, what I have always wanted my legacy to be is somebody who challenges the best and puts it all on the line and makes the biggest fights possible and, although I didn’t get the decision yesterday, that doesn’t change that goal for me.

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“I still want the biggest fights and, if Baumgardner doesn’t want to give me a rematch which she said yesterday, I think she should because I think I deserve a rematch and I think I won and Mayer still expects to face Irish star Katie Taylor if Baumgardner sticks to her intention to fight WBA champion, Hyun Mi Choi, next.

 “I still want Katie Taylor, and I believe I deserve it,” she continued. “She (Baumgardner) understands she lost, I truly feel she lost, but I think it will change because where else can she earn that sort of money and the people want to see it?” At the end of the day, it is all about the fans and entertainment.

“I hope she becomes the champion she deserves to be and gives me another chance to compete in front of the people.” If she believes that she is the best she will give that to me, but if not, Mayer still expects to face Irish star Katie Taylor if Baumgardner sticks to her intention to fight WBA champion, Hyun Mi Choi, next.

Early Life

Mikaela Mayer was born on July 4, 1990 (age 32) in Los Angeles, California, U.S. She holds an American Nationality and belongs to the white ethnic group.

Mikaela Mayer Family

Her Zodiac sign is Cancer.

Personal life

Marquette King and his girlfriend Mikaela Mayer have a great friendship and a mutual understanding. Marquette Since their relationship became public in 2020, King has been dating Mikaela Mayer for the past two years. After a few years, the footballer made his romantic relationship with Mayer public on November 3, 2020, by sharing photos of them in a swimming pool.

In a post dedicated to Mayer, the footballer captioned it, “To the winner, keep becoming the best version of yourself and stacking W’s.” They’ve been spotted together several times since King revealed their relationship. They are, without a doubt, one of the most popular couples in sports.

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She earned a bronze medal as an amateur at the 2012 World Championships and represented the United States in the 2016 Olympics. She is ranked as the world’s second-best active female super featherweight by BoxRec and third by The Ring as of February 2021, as well as the tenth-best active female pound for pound by The Ring.

Mayer represented Team USA in the women’s 60 kg event at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. She overcame Jennifer Chieng in Round 16 before losing to Russian Anastasia Belyakova in the quarterfinals by majority decision.