Women's boxing is growing around the world, but new research suggests women are more susceptible to concussions than men. Eleanor Oldroyd examines what this means for the sport.
Led by likes of Olympic stars, Katie Taylor and Claressa Shields, women's boxing is growing around the world. But what impact is this having on the fighters themselves? Eleanor Oldroyd examines new research suggesting women are more susceptible to concussion than men to see what it means for the sport. Download the podcast: bbc.co.uk/podcasts/5live.