There was no moving around slowly try to test the Opponent these to Boxers were into action from the first Bell, with Gentzen being in charge and controlling the action.This was a similar start to the first with Mosig attempting to land whilst on the back foot, however Gentzen was again in control and dictating how the action went.
This round we saw Mosig countering more as she moved around the Ring, but again Gentzen was in control.
At the sound of the Bell for this round both Boxers were quick out of their Corner and into action so the pace quickened. We saw further attempts from Mosig and in this Round working to the body more successfully, her Opponent however was equal to the task and was able to counter successfully using her superior longer reach.
Round 6 both Boxers were quickly into action, however in this round Mosig had seemed to have found her correct pace and charged forward landing many good solid punches.
Gentzen land a good solid right hand which forced Mosig back a step and Gentzen then landed a good solid left uppercut which certainly took the stem out of Mosig who appeared to be in trouble.
In the final round it seemed as if Gentzen did not want to leave any doubt in the Judges mind so she took control immediately and landed many right hands over the top of Mosig’s lead as well as many rips tothe body and generally she was in complete control throughout. After what was a very good hard fought Bout Taylah Gentzen was declared the Winner by unanimous points Decision and the New ANBF Female Lightweight Champion of Australia.
JUDGES SCORES. Daniel Perrin. 79-72 Shane Stamford. 79-72 Ian Batty. 78-73