The lady is a champ.
Muhammad Ali's daughter Laila, with her proud papa cheering her on, won her first world boxing title in the second round of the International Boxing Association super-middleweight championship.
Laila beat opponent Suzy Taylor in Las Vegas in just two rounds, whupping Taylor with a series of lefts and rights that left her slumped in the corner. The ref had to stop the fight.
"I was just getting started," said 24-year-old Laila Ali, who is 12-0 with nine knockouts in her three-year career.
"I was just getting warmed up. I wanted to come out and hit her with some body shots. But once I saw how slow she was and couldn't do anything, I knew I had to go for it."
Laila, whose father got a standing ovation when he walked into the Aladdin casino to watch the fight, credits her dad for her success.
"Being Muhammad Ali's daughter has something to do with it," she said. "The name 'Ali' is very powerful, and it's a real big boost for me . . . I will say I have the most recognizable name out there today. I remind people of my father."
Laila's mother is Veronica Porsche, her father's third wife.
Laila lives in Las Vegas with her husband, promoter and ex-fighter Johnny McClain.
"Not many women have Laila's star quality," McClain told reporters before the fight.
"But she's not just a star because of who her father is. It's the whole package . . . the way she carries herself, the way she dresses and looks, and the way she speaks. There are plenty of women who can fight, but she's the one who appeals to the public."