Katie Taylor’s faith — in God, in her fists, in herself — is famous, and maybe infamous. Her drive and determination to be the best, at whatever she was doing, is respected the world over. It isn’t something Taylor developed only in recent years as she climbed to the top of women’s professional boxing. The Olympic gold medallist and undisputed lightweight champion — she’ll face Natasha Jonas on May 1 in a rematch of their epic quarterfinal fight at the 2012 Olympics — knew from the time she was a teenager how to act if you wanted to be the best. Read More