Back in the USA, Back in Action

Ross Enamait - Katie Taylor - Wembley Stadium

This entry will probably sound like one I made a few months ago, but I wanted to let everyone know that I’m back in the USA and plan to begin updating the site again shortly. The past few months have been quite hectic from a coaching perspective with several trips back and forth to the US, Ireland, and England.

Most recently, I was in England at Wembley Stadium working with Katie Taylor as she fought on the undercard of Wladimir Klitschko vs. Anthony Joshua. It was an honor and privilege to be involved in such a massive card, and even better to see Katie win her first of many titles.

Wembley Stadium - Anthony Joshua vs. Wladimir Klitschko

Now that I’m back home for at least a few weeks, I’ll get back to updating the blog. And for those of you who haven’t seen Katie Taylor in action, you can check out some highlights below. I have no doubt that she will someday be remembered as the greatest female boxer of all time.


“It takes no effort to be ordinary. Ordinary is not even a challenge. You can do nothing and be ordinary.” – Bernard Hopkins


  1. Ross,
    This is my first time leaving a comment. I second Tim’s statement. I missed you also. I went through withdrawals. It is great to have you back.
    Congratulations on Katie winning the fight. It’s good to know that you are enjoying what you do and being successful at it. Also, the article from January “Flying Into My 40s” motivated me. I’m in my 40s and can’t do what I used do because of a bad knee, but I try to stay somewhat active. Keep up the good work. I’ve been following you since 2011 and I have three of your books. (Don’t be confused by the name. I am a male).

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