NM Boxing – Holm takes the blame for loss to Mathis, but says rematch will be different
For years, Holly Holm has rambled into the ring to a Led Zeppelin soundtrack. But after suffering the worst loss of her career, Dec. 2, 2011, it might be time to change her tune.
No reason to dump Led Zep, however, but she might want to consider swapping “Immigrant Song” for “Nobody’s Fault But Mine.”
Nobody’s fault but mine / It’s nobody’s fault but mine / Try to save my soul tonight / Oh, it’s nobody’s fault but mine . . . .
“It was all my fault,” Holm said earlier in the week, before a mitt workout at the Jackson-Winkeljohn Gym in Albuquerque.
“I got no one to blame but myself.”
Toppled from the mythical pound-for-pound throne of women’s boxing and coming off a complete beatdown – the only one of her career – at the hands of Anne Sophie Mathis, the ex-queen of female fisticuffs says she not only pockets the blame, but plans to rocket her way back to superstardom, one week from today…