Nicola Adams made history 10 years ago by becoming the first female boxer to become an Olympic champion.
The then 29-year-old won the fly gold in London with a 16-7 win over fellow Leeds rival Ren Kang of China.
Adams knocked Ray to the canvas in the second round and won the Patriots home crowd.
A delighted Adams said afterwards: “I am very happy and full of joy right now. I wanted this all my life and I did it.
It was a pivotal moment in women’s boxing, when the sport’s first Olympic competition featured three weight divisions – which have since expanded to five.
Adams’ brilliant amateur career continued with Commonwealth gold in 2014 before successfully defending her Olympic title in Rio.
The Yorkshire Warriors He turned professional in 2017 and after suffering an eye injury in 2017 He became the WBO Flyweight World Champion before retiring in November 2019.