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Japan:  Seven Female Bouts on Card with three bouts fighting for Titles!
Results/Photos by Samart
December 15, 2016
     
   
   

(DEC 15)  WBAN has received fight results from a December 13th Card that took place at the Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan, where there were seven female bouts on the card, with three of them being fought for titles. The boxing card,  "Dangan Ladies" is an all-women boxing event series.


Nao Ikeyama vs. Ayaka Miyao

WBO Female Atomweight title 102lb
Nao Ikeyama, 101, of Kyoto, Japan, won a [0:36 seconds) six-round TKO over  Ayaka MIyao, 101¼, of Chikuma, Nagano, Japan.  This was the fifth title defense for Ikeyama.  *Miyao's leg injury resulted Ikeyama's TKO victory.  Miyao was unable to continue due to her leg injury not Ikeyama's punches. Scorecards were 48-47 48-47 47-48 for Miyao at stoppage.


Ayako Minowa raises hand in victory

OPBF Female Flyweight title 112lb
Ayako “Chaoz” Minowa, 112, of Tokyo, Japan won by an eight round unanimous decision over Carleans Rivas, 110½, of  Angono, Rizal, Philippines.  Former Japanese amateur star Minowa won the OPBF Flyweight Champion.

WBA Female Light  minimumweight title 102lb
Yunoka Furukawa (Japan) vs Mika Iwakawa (Japan)
Yunoka Furukawa won by a majority decision. This is first title defense for Furukawa.

Atomweight Contest, 4 rounds
Natsuki Tarui vs. Saki Akimaru
Tarui and Akimaru fought to a draw.

Minimumweight Contest, 4 rounds
Nanae Suzuki vs Haruko Kaneko
Nanae Suzuki wins by 2nd round TKO.

Atomweight Contest, 4 rounds
Ageha Android vs Kaori Furusawa
Kaori Furusawa wins by unanimous decision.

Light flyweight Contest, 4 rounds

Megumi Hosoda vs Atsuko Nitta
Megumi Hosoda wins by unanimous decision.
 

 
     
     
   
 
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