Natasha Jonas

  • WINS
  • Losses
  • Draws
  • ko's
  • Alias
  • Height
  • Reach
  • Division
  • Welterweight
  • Age
  • 40
  • Country
  • United KingdomUnited Kingdom
  • Born in
  • Liverpool
  • 60%
  • Bouts
  • 18
  • 105
  • Stance
  • S

Fighter Statistics Supplied by 

Natasha Jonas NEWS


Professional Career


Natasha Jonas began her professional journey on June 23, 2017, with a first-round TKO win over Monika Antonik at the Walker Activity Dome in Newcastle, England. This dominant debut set the stage for Jonas’s rise in the ranks of women’s boxing. Jonas quickly made a name for herself with a series of impressive victories, including TKO wins against Bojana Libiszewska, Marianna Gulyas, and Katarina Vistica. Her winning streak continued as she claimed the vacant WBA International female super-featherweight title by defeating Taoussy L’Hadji via TKO in the seventh round on April 21, 2018, at the Echo Arena in Liverpool, England. However, she faced a setback later that year, losing the title to Viviane Obenauf by TKO in the fourth round on August 4, 2018, at the Ice Arena Wales in Cardiff, Wales.


Despite this loss, Jonas rebounded with a series of victories, including a TKO win over Bianka Majlath in November 2019. A notable moment in her career came on August 7, 2020, when she fought Terri Harper for the WBC and IBO female super-featherweight titles. The match ended in a split decision draw, showcasing Jonas’s resilience and skill. She continued her quest for titles and on May 1, 2021, faced Katie Taylor for the WBA, WBC, IBF, WBO, and The Ring female lightweight titles. Although Jonas lost the bout by unanimous decision, her performance against one of the best in the division was commendable.


Jonas’s perseverance paid off when she claimed the vacant WBO female junior-middleweight title by defeating Chris Namús via TKO in the second round on February 19, 2022, at the AO Arena in Manchester, England. She continued to build on this success by winning the WBC female super-welterweight title and retaining the WBO title with a unanimous decision victory over Patricia Berghult on September 3, 2022, at the Echo Arena in Liverpool.


On November 12, 2022, Jonas further cemented her legacy by defeating Marie-Eve Dicaire to win the IBF and The Ring female light middleweight titles, adding to her WBC and WBO titles. Her success continued as she captured the vacant IBF female welterweight title with a TKO victory over Kandi Wyatt on July 1, 2023, at the AO Arena in Manchester. Jonas then successfully defended her IBF welterweight title against Mikaela Mayer with a split decision victory on January 20, 2024, at the Echo Arena in Liverpool, England.