In this page, you will find a list of 8 quotes from Peter Taylor, from different articles. We analyzed 2 articles in which Peter Taylor has been quoted in topics like Andy Lee and Bernard Dunne. Peter Taylor’s most recent quote is: “I think she'll consider her pro options [after the next Olympics]. I don't think there's the strength in depth there really in the pros at the moment. I think all the top female boxers are still amateur. I think when the competition gets stronger, I think if it does get stronger after Rio, I think she would consider going pro then. At the moment amateur boxing's much stronger than professional women's boxing.”. To see more examples Peter Taylor’s views and opinions, check out the section below.
It would be brilliant. She boxed on the Bernard Dunne show before and she got a great reception to fight just before Bernard. There were 10,000 people there. She was on the same team as [Andy Lee] when he was an amateur and we know Andy really well.[...]
I think she wants to be recognized as the best female boxer of all-time. That alone just motivates her.
"I think she'll consider her pro options [after the next Olympics]. I don't think there's the strength in depth there really in the pros at the moment. I think all the top female boxers are still amateur. I think when the competition gets stronger, [...]
"There's definitely going to be WSB [World Series Boxing] for females and I think the headgear's coming off as well, which is going to be exciting for the girls,". "They're supposed to be on par with the men's boxing… If it's off for the boys for me[...]
When she performs well she's very difficult to beat.
"The same before London , the qualifiers were only nine weeks before London for the girls. It's not really so well thought out."
"It's not difficult to motivate Katie. She loves it, she loves these competitions and she's been chomping at the bit. She's been waiting for this to start. She'll be raging she got the bye. She'd want to be boxing from day one. That's what she train[...]
"Her being the most recognised boxer, they probably need her on board for [the World Series of Boxing]. Katie would love to box in it. The headgear's coming off as well,"