Shannon Courtenay maintains 100 per cent record after defeating Valerija Sepetovska.
The Abbots Langley 25-year-old beat the brave Latvian teenager in the second round at York Hall, London in her first stoppage win on June 21.
She tweeted: “3-0 and the journey continues. Electric night at a buzzing York Hall. Last minute change of opponent but I can only beat what’s put in front of me. The support & love going into this fight was amazing again, thank you.”
This is Shannon’s third super-bantamweight fight since turning pro in March this year.
Speaking to AbbotsNews, she said: “I’m loving it at the moment, and I feel different already. I’m doing something I enjoy which is great.”
Before heading into the bout, Shannon produced a promotional video explaining her ambitions.
Shannon wants to “break stereotypes” in the female game with the ambition to “become world champion”.
She’s clearly ready for war and eagerly awaits her next fight.