NO matter what task Isabella Torresan takes on, the end result is quite often a gold medal.
That was once again the case on Saturday where the talented Bathurst martial artist took out the women's intermediate welterweight crown at Sydney's Australian National Amateur Boxing League Titles.
Torresan, 17, has already made a name for herself in muay thai and karate but boxing is a new pursuit she's determined to find success with.
Hours upon hours of practice went into getting Pollets Martial Arts Bathurst fighter Torresan prepared for her clash with fellow NSW fighter Talijah Cunningham.
Torresan and coach Ian Pollet had the chance to watch Cunningham in her initial fight on Thrursday, and the fighter-coach pairing knew a big effort was going to be required to take out the national title.
Cunningham might have carried a strong boxing record into the bout against debutant Torresan but the Bathurst fighter proved to be a powerful presence in the ring.
Victory means Torresan has claimed top level muay thai, karate and boxing titles in a short space of time.
Not only did Torresan have to keep physically fit over that window but she also had to stay mentally sharp - being in the midst of her HSC preparation.
Torresan said Pollet had her well prepared for whatever challenge came her way.
"I couldn't have been more prepared. Hanshi is a fantastic teacher and with boxing it's so much fun going into fights. You never know what's going to happen,"
"It was a very interesting fight. The girl was quite shorter than me, so I knew I had the reach on her, but I go into all my fights the same way - with a clear head and always listening to my corner.
"I'm listening out for any advice because it's always going to be worthwhile."
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Cunningham came into the fight harnessing a powerful hook, which Torresan did well to neutralise.
Pollet said Torresan did an excellent job in playing to her own strengths and coming into the bout well prepared.
"The young lady that she fought had an unbeaten record and held a belt in one of the divisions," he said.
"The hard work paid off. Isabella looks like she's one of those special fighters coming up slowly.
"The boxing arena is a lot of fun for me because it's where I started as a martial artist. To show a student how to box is a lot of fun."
While Torresan will continue to pursue further opportunities in boxing it certainly won't come at the cost of her other martial arts disciplines.
Pollet said he will do everything possible to give his most talented martial artists the chance to compete at the top level.
"Whatever comes up, even if it's overseas, wherever the fight happens we'll go there," he said.
"It's not that we consider ourselves to be special, it's because we consider ourselves to be martial artists. We know the world is filled with talent and special fighters so it's great to test your skills against everyone else."