(OCT 25) Representatives
from two of the worlds strongest nations when it comes to female
boxing will square off on Friday November 3 in Douai, France, as
local girl Segolene Lefebvre defends her World Boxing Federation
(WBF) World Super Bantamweight title against Mexico´s Naroyuki
“Majestic” Lefebvre, 8-0 (1), has been on a rampage since
turning pro in January of 2015, winning the French national
Super Featherweight title in her fourth outing, and adding the
WBF Intercontinental Super Bantamweight crown in her sixth bout.
Last March she won the vacant WBF World title by stopping
Brazilian Simone Da Silva Duarte in nine, and has since stayed
busy with a non title fight victory over Serbian Sara Marjanovic.
Only twenty-four years old, she has come a long way in a short
For Naroyuki Koasicha, 6-2-1 (1), it will be her first title
fight in the paid ranks. But she hopes that her will and
determination will make up for the advantage Lefebvre has in
experience at championship level, and she aims to make her
home-town of San Luis Potosi proud by returning as world
The Segolene Lefebvre vs. Naroyuki Koasicha World Boxing
Federation (WBF) Womens World Super Bantamweight title fight, is
the main event of a five-bout card promoted by Robert Pantigny
and Boxing Club Douai at the Complexe Sportif Gayant.