She’s a REAL knockout! Beauty pageant teen is crowned boxing champion – and now has sights set on the 2016 Olympics

Beauty queen: Anna (left) is putting her Miss America dreams on hold to pursue a boxing career

I felt like I was going to throw up. I was stepping into the ring, and I was shaking so bad.’ Number one: Anna won the title of featherweight gold medalist on Saturday after beating her opponent at the USA Boxing Junior Olympic National Championships In the ring: The blonde (right) has been boxing for just over two years and said she fell in love with sport Teen beauty queen wins boxing title For more videos, please go to Scott Crutchfield The South Carolina native, also a keen runner and tap dancer, started boxing just over two years ago after a new gym opened in her local area. She said that she hasn’t looked back since. ‘I really just fell in love with it,’ she exclaimed. ‘She works hard, and I think she has a really good shot at making the Olympic team’ Her fancy footwork and precise punches even helped her second place in the Miss Travelers Rest Pageant in December as she took to the stage and performed an impressive boxing-inspired dance routine.

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Im still in business, said the soon to be 78-year-old constable, private investigator and boxing coach. Rose, a Taunton native who for the past 30 years has commuted from his Cape Cod house near Bourne Bridge, has had to relocate his business office and Taunton Boxing Club three times during the last two years. Until 2011, hed conducted business out of a small, two-room space at 11 Winthrop St. next to downtowns flatiron building. When the building owner died, Rose moved into a former bar and rooming house at 50 Washington St., where he also acted as property manager. And when that building was demolished in February to make room for a medical/professional office facility, Rose never lost a beat. He simply packed up his boxing bags and ring and, along with longtime secretary Brigitte Less, moved into a 40 Weir St.

Mike Tyson Fast Facts

The official sentence is two years for each assault, with all but one year suspended, 200 hours of community service, a fine of $2,500 for each count of assault, two years’ probation following completion of the jail term and continued therapy. May 24, 1999 – Early release from the Montgomery County Jail, in Rockville, Maryland. Tyson is freed after serving three and a half months of a 14-month sentence when Maryland and Indiana agree to grant his release. January 22, 2002 – Throws a punch at a Lennox Lewis bodyguard at a news conference announcing Tyson’s scheduled challenge to Lewis on April 6 in Las Vegas. January 29, 2002 – Nevada denies boxing license for April 6 bout with Lennox Lewis after altercation at New York press conference between Lewis and Tyson.

Taunton boxing coach and constable settles in again on Weir Street

Lott’s goal is to help boxing capture the public’s imagination in that way again. “Is there a need for another Hall of Fame?” he asked, rhetorically. “I don’t know. Maybe not.

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But he seems to have had a change of heart given comments he made on Monday while promoting his next fight — against 22-year-old Mexican sensation Saul “Canelo” Alvarez in September. Read: The Alamo under siege from boxing promoters “After my five more fights, guess what? I think after (getting to) 49-0 we may stay in this sport a little longer,” Mayweather told a crowd some 5,000 strong at the Alamo in San Antonio. There has been speculation that Mayweather’s decision to recall his father reveals a desire to finally bury the hatchet, with the 60-year-old suffering from the lung disease sarcoidosis. When asked by CNN what he had learnt from his time in jail, a sentence earned after he assaulted his former partner Josie Harris — the mother of two of his children — in 2010, Mayweather gave the following reply.

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