Under the guidance of former WBA World Lightweight Champion Anthony Crolla, Rhiannon Dixon has moved to 9-0 since turning professional in 2019.
After boxing out of Bolton for her first three fights, Dixon made her debut on a Matchroom show in December 2018 on the undercard of Joshua Parker-Derek Chisora. Since then she has boxed around England and also out in Spain.
Dixon picked up her first professional title in March 2023, landing the Commonwealth Lightweight Title in Liverpool. The 28-year-old southpaw also earned the first stoppage victory of her pro career in the process, forcing the referee to intervene after a series of chopping body shots on Vicky Wilkinson.
Stepping through the levels once again, Dixon took on former World Title challenger Katharina Thanderz in September for the vacant European Lightweight Title. Dixon scored a hugely impressive shut-out victory to claim her second title of 2023.