Sandy Ryan, born on September 16, 1993, is a talented English professional boxer who has made significant strides in her career. Notably, she achieved the WBO female welterweight title in April 2023, marking a remarkable milestone in her boxing journey. Ryan’s prowess in the sport was evident from her senior championship debut in 2014, where she secured a silver medal at the World Championships, showcasing her skills and determination on a global stage.
In 2019, Sandy Ryan had the honor of representing her country at the World Championships in Ulan-Ude, Russia. Although she faced stiff competition, her split decision loss (4:1) to Christina Desmond in the round of 32 demonstrated her resilience and commitment to her craft. In 2021, it was officially confirmed that Ryan had agreed to turn professional with Matchroom Sport, a significant step in her boxing career. Competing primarily in the light-welterweight and welterweight categories, Sandy Ryan stands at a height of 5 feet 9½ inches and employs an orthodox stance. Her professional boxing record, as of the available information, includes 7 total fights, with 6 wins, 2 of which were by knockout, and 1 loss.