Back from Boston with Another Victory

Katie Taylor - Ross Enamait - Conor McGregor

I’m happy to report that I’m back from a recent trip to Boston where Katie Taylor and I came away with another impressive victory, improving her professional record to 11-0. Katie retained her two world titles with a dominant, shutout performance over former world champion Cindy Serrano. Katie was in complete control from the first round on, handing Serrano her first defeat in over 6 years. All three judges scored the bout the same, 100-90.

Thanks to those who made the trip to the TD Garden to see the fight, as well as those who tuned in via Sky Sports or the new DAZN streaming service. We are always grateful for the widespread support.

The Irish Supporting the Irish

It’s also great to receive so much support from other past and present fighters. Two in particular will surely ring a bell with most readers. First, you can see the legendary Micky Ward pop in while I was wrapping Katie’s hands. It’s always great to see Micky as I’ve taught his patented double left hook to every fighter I’ve ever trained. You can see him give a quick demo below.

Next, you’ll see Conor McGregor lend his support shortly before we walked out to the ring. He’s also continued to show his support after the fight via social media (ex. here and here).

Back in December

It looks like we will be back in action again in December. And while the date and venue have not yet been confirmed, I’ll post updates to social media as soon as I know. Just follow any of the links below.


Thanks again for the support, and check back soon as I’ll be posting more training entries to the blog this week.


“To be the best, you need to spend hours and hours and hours running, hitting the speed bag, lifting weights and focusing on training.” – Sugar Ray Leonard




  1. Hey Ross, Congratulations on your accomplishments with Katie. It is great to see your coaching talent on display on now a global level. It must be such a fantastic ride for you. You deserve all the success that your hard work brings. Respect from Reggie in Toronto.

  2. Hi Ross, bit late with this but congratulations to Katie and yourself, a great team. Rooting for you in the upcoming event too.

  3. Almost four years after my double lung transplant, three years after my Pericardiectomy and two hospitalizations for Sepsis. I’m still here

    I want two thank you for your great programs which I have used throughout the years.

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