Two and zip.
Katie Taylor impressed during large spells of her victory on Saturday night, dominating tough Brazilian Viviane Obenauf in her second professional fight.
The 2012 Olympic gold medallist and amateur boxing icon from Bray told reporters post-fight that she was disappointed not to get the stoppage, explaining that she felt slightly tired as early as 10 seconds into a fight in which she dominated regardless.
It's been a long year and, indeed, a long four-and-a-bit years for the Braywoman, with the heartbreak of three shock defeats and utter bedlam surrounding her decision to turn pro being capped off rather aptly with two pro fights in three weeks leading up to Christmas.
As Taylor, Brian Peters and team flew back from Manchester on Sunday, her impact on sport in this country again became apparent, with the pilot on their Ryanair flight congratulating Taylor on her victory over the PA system. It was greeted with a rapturous round of applause from Taylor's fellow passengers. A nice moment to cap a tumultuous year for the 30-year-old.
Next up for Taylor will likely be a fight on Gennady Golovkin's undercard at Madison Square Garden on March 18th, followed by a possible slot on the Anthony Joshua-Wladimir Klitschko card at Wembley Stadium in April. Jaysus, it's going to be some year.
[Video via Brian Peters]