Katie Taylor recorded three inside the distance wins at the Witch Cup in Pecs Hungary in 2006.
The Bray lightweight, the current unified pro champion, stopped Edria Rezdany of Hungary in the first round.
And she halted Marlene Neilson’s (Denmark) in the semi-finals under the old 15-point rule in the second round.
Eva Wahlstrom awaited in the final but Taylor recorded a second 15-rule victory to see off the Finn and claim gold.
At the time, bouts were stopped automatically under the 15-point rule when a boxer went 15 points ahead (except in the last round).
Taylor, the then European champion, also beat Wahlstrom on the 15 point rule in the 2007 Witch Cup final.
A year after claiming her second Witch Cup title, Taylor secured her second World Elite title in China.
Russia’s Sofya Ochigava won 54kg Witch Cup gold in 2007, five years before she was beaten by Taylor in the 2012 Olympic final in London.