BREAKING: Terri Harper All Set to Return to the Ring on May 15

Published 04/21/2021, 10:59 AM EDT
Terri Harper in action against Viviane Obenauf (not pictured) in their IBO Super-Featherweight World Title bout at Manchester Arena, Manchester. (Photo by Richard Sellers/PA Images via Getty Images)


The 24-year-old Terri Harper is all charged up to enter the squared circle on May 15 for a gigantic super-featherweight title unification fight. Harper, the WBC super-featherweight queen, will take on the sturdy Hyun Mi Choi, who holds the WBA super featherweight strap.

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This matchup was discussed for a long time as both the champions wished to face each other in the most perfect setting. Consequently, this fight has finally materialized and fans just cannot wait to see who among the two comes out on top as the biggest name of the women’s 130-pound division.

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Terri Harper has locked horns with some challenging fighters in her division and has emerged victorious against all of them. She last fought in November 2020 against Katherina Thanderz and knocked her out in round 9 of the fight to defend her throne and sit right at the peak of her division.

Meanwhile, the undefeated Hyun Mi Choi is one highly intimidating prospect in the super featherweight division. She has all the abilities in her bag to walk her opponents down by applying constant pressure.

Considering the same, this fight between Harper and Mi Choi has struck every boxing fan’s eye. The pair ranks among the finest female pugilists at present, and it’ll be exciting to see who among the two holds an extra edge to establish her reign.

Terri Harper vs Hyun Mi Choi – who’ll end up on the losing vertical for the very first time?

Harper and Mi Choi are both sheer oppressors in all of their fights. The pair adopts a dominating approach to tackle their opponents, and until now they’ve remained fairly successful in the same.

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Terri Harper showcases a track record of 11-0-1; Hyun Mi Choi has an 18-0-1 pro-boxing record. This bout is even more captivating, as both the fighters haven’t succumbed to a defeat in their professional careers yet. Hence, the fans will be glued to their TV screens to see who ends up on the losing vertical for the very first time.

Who do you envisage as the dominant boxer in this bout which will go down in just under a month?

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Prathamesh Singh Chauhan

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Prathamesh Singh Chauhan is a Boxing Author at EssentiallySports. He is a graduate from the International Institute of Sports Management who combines his love for sports, particularly combat sports, and his flair for writing and analysis to help him in his day-to-day work. He has prior professional experience with sporting organizations such as Star Sports, Khelo India, and NBA.

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