Kate Radomska yesterday became Ireland’s sixth professional female boxer.
The Waterford native follows in the footsteps of Deirdre Gogarty and Christine McMahon and joins Katelynn Phelan, Cathy McAleer, Shiobhan O’Leary, Elaine Greenan and Katie Taylor as an Irish female punching for pay.
Radomska signed terms with fellow Waterford native and London based boxing manager Robbie Flynn.
The 30-year-old converted to boxing from K1 and Muay Thai and had a successful innings as a St Pauls amateur.
The Deise fighter won Celtic Box Cup’s in 2018 and 2019, alongside some big names and claimed victory on the prestigious Haringey Box Cup in London in 2019.
Radomska now sets out on a pro journey. Irish-boxing.com understand the Munster fighter has early 2021 debut plans and will spend the time in-between working on the transition.
Radomska is the third fighter to confirm a pro move this weekend after Jamie Morrissey and Michael Corr revealed they would be turning over on Thursday.