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FEBRUARY 2004

Robinson Wins Title by decision...
By Brian Ackley
Photo by: J & P Photography
February 29, 2004

(FEB 29) Last night at the Memorial Field House, in Huntington, West Virginia, at thefirst-ever Tri State  Championship Fight Laetitia Robinson won a unanimous decision over Nikki Eplion. Judges scores, 99-91, 98-93, 97-94. Story to be posted soon with photos.

Laracuente and Ramsey both win by decision...
By ringside Insider
February 29, 2004

(FEB 29) Last night fight on the Warrior's Production at the Coconut Creek Seminole Indian Casino, Belinda Laracuente, 135,  won an eight-round unanimous decision over Iva Weston, 139.5,  from Trinidad. The fight had little action as Weston ran the whole time and threw hardly any punches at Laracuente. Laracuente was the aggressor in the match, and wanted to mix it up, with Laracuente throwing the cleaner shots. In one round the referee pulled both girls to the center of the ring and told them to box. Weston's inexperience as a boxer showed during the whole fight. Weston had good defense, but no offense and no power on any of her punches and did not want to mix it up. Laracuente was coming off a serious injury from the summer, and had to change her style of boxing and was happy that she could be back in the ring.  Final judges scores was 79-73, 79-73, 78-74.  In a second women's boxing match,  Laura "Lady Ram" Ramsey, 158,  won all four rounds against Jennifer Mancil, 160. Judges score 40-36. Lady Ram hit Mancil in the first round, and it seem Mancil did not want to be there. By the end of the 2nd round Lady Ram broke Mancil's nose. Mancil took Punishment from Lady Ram the whole fight, but Lady Ram could not knock her out. The crowd was pleased on this fight of the night.

Cooper Pounds out Win over Sitzes!
©Photos by Mary Ann Owen of BILV
February 28, 2004

(FEB 28) LAS VEGAS -Using speed and combinations Melinda Cooper pounded out a win against the tough Jerri Sitzes.  Before more than 700 people at the Orleans Casino and Hotel, Cooper (10-0, 6 KOs) opened up quickly against the taller Sitzes with stiff jabs and three-punch combinations. The first two rounds saw Cooper dominating the Missouri fighter while eluding Sitzes' counters with ease. Using long right hands and left uppercut hooks, Cooper scored repeatedly with little worry about return shots. Full Story with photos!

 

Burton Wins over Whaley..
Source: Butch Gottlieb
February 28, 2004

(FEB 28) Last night in Salt Lake City, Utah, welterweight Shelley Burton, now 3-0-0 (0KO), of Kalispell, Montana,  won a four-round unanimous decision over Kelly Whaley, now 4-12-0 (1KO) of Utah.  WBAN does not have any other details at this time.

 

Hot Matchup and Title shot for Eplion - Robinson!
February 27, 2004

(FEB 27) Tomorrow night, (February 28)  on the card, "Triple Action Fight Night II", that will be held at the Memorial Field House, in Huntington, West Virginia, there will be the first-ever Tri State  Championship Fight!  Featured for this title fight will be Nikki Eplion...More

Today:  Weigh-in at the Orleans!
©Photos by Mary Ann Owen
of BILV
February 26, 2004

(FEB 26) LAS VEGAS - Today at the Orleans Hotel and Casino, the weigh-in was held for tomorrow night's boxing event.  Melinda Cooper, 18, of Las Vegas, weighed in at 118 lbs., and her opponent, Jerri Sitzes came in at 117 1/2 lbs. The two will be fighting six-round in the bantamweight division.   Sitzes is the boxer who caused quite an upset when she recently stopped Mary Elizabeth Ortega!  The card is being promoted by Banner Promotions. This card is part of ESPN2's "Friday Night Fights", but it is unknown if the women's bout will be televised.  Doors open at 5:00 P.M., first fight at 5:30 P.M. PST.  Photos and story

Big Amateur Event in Portland!
By Sue TL Fox
February 26, 2004

 

(FEB 26) This coming Saturday -Sunday, on February 28 & 29,  the 7th Annual Fred Enslow Memorial Boxing Tournament will be held in Portland, Oregon.  It will be at the Garden Home Recreation Center, at 7475 SW Oleson Rd., Portland, Oregon.  This event is the largest boxing event in the Northwest, which drew 109 boxers last year.  The first show (elimination round) starts at 1:00 p.m., on Saturday, the 28th.  The second show (semi-finals, with some finals matches) starts at 7:00 p.m. on that same date.  The Finals start on sunday, February 29th at Noon (12:00 p.m.)

  Why Not the Best....A Conversation with Sumya Anani
By Bernie McCoy
February 24, 2004

(FEB 24) Here's an easy one. What's the problem with the sport of Women's boxing? Certainly, the fact that there is a significant decline in female bouts being telecast, nationally, on ESPN and Fox Sports Network (to say nothing of the fact that HBO has never, in thirty years, telecast a women's bout) is a major problem. Add the fact that the "major players" in the sport seem reluctant to climb in the ring with each other and, also, the approaching end of the career of the pioneer "face" of the sport, Christy Martin. Full Story

Csábi Wins by TKO...
photos and report by JollyDee/Profibox.hu
February 23, 2004

(FEB 23) On February 21, at the City Sports Hall, in Tapolca, Hungary, on the card "Double or Nothing" Event, and promoted by Felix RACZ by Felix Promotion, Bantamweight Bettina Csábi, 113 1/4, of Hungary,  TKO2 Agnes Varga. WBAN has just added a new photo gallery (#148) of Csábi and Varga at this event. Login  Sign up

  Smith to be added to WBAN!
February 23, 2004

(FEB 23) WBAN will be adding Edith "Bomber" Smith this week to the boxer profiles.  Smith reigns out of Australia, and fights as a junior bantamweight. Smith is the Aussie 112 lb. champion. Smith talks her background and about wanting to publicly challenge Holly Ferneley to a rematch....So be on the lookout to read more on this talented boxer!

 

Sodeoka Wins by TKO in Sixth Round
Story by Tomoko
of Japan
February 22, 2004

(FEB 22) Tonight at the Gold Gym South Annex in Tokyo, Japan Mini-Fly Weight champion, Yuko Sodeoka won the title with a six-round TKO over the southpaw Gypsy Taeko.  Champion Sodeoka had to defeat at least three challengers in order to be eligible to challenge the World title. Taeko, the first one to challenge Sodeoka, has been the tough rival for the champ since their bout last summer when they fought for the vacant Japan Mini-Fly weight title.  Since Sodeoka struggled to win the title in the last bout, winning over Gypsy tonight was also settling a clear conclusion for Sodeoka.  Full Story

 

Csabi Wins by TKO...
February 22, 2004

(FEB 22) Last night at the City Sports Hall, in
Tapolca, Hungary, on the card "Double or Nothing" Event, and promoted by Felix RACZ by Felix Promotion, Bantamweight Bettina Csabi, 113 1/4, of Hungary,  TKO2 Agnes Varga.  More details to follow soon.

  Photos: Mahfood vs. Ewell!
 ©Copyrighted photos by
Patricia Butaud and Janis Guidry
February 22, 2004

(FEB 22) Check out the latest photo gallery (Photo Gallery #147) with over 60 huge digitals of the fight, and behind the scenes photos of the Valerie "The Wolfe" Mahfood vs. Carlette Ewell where they fought for the Texas Title bout!  Mahfood, won an eight-round close split decision on this card. Login  Sign up

 

Nava KO's Avetia in the First Round
February 21, 2004

(FEB 21) Last Night at the Hilton Burbank, in Burbank, California, Jackie "Aztec Princess"  Nava, KO'd Cristina Avetia, of Tucson, Arizona,  in the first round.  Nava is now 5-1-0 (4KO), and Avetia has dropped to 1-3.  Nava's team told WBAN that they are looking to match up with Rhonda Luna in the near future.

Just Added! Mpeg/Photo Gallery
February 20, 2004
 

(FEB 20) WBAN has just posted a huge photo gallery (Gallery #146) with some short mpegs of the fight between Jessica Rakoczy and Lisa Lewis that took place last night in California. WBAN's Correspondent Jessica Trevino provided that coverage. Login  Sign up

Photo Gallery: Salcido vs. Wilcox!
February 20, 2004
 

(FEB 20) WBAN has ALSO just posted a  photo gallery (Gallery #145) of the Marilyn Salcido vs. Carla Wilcox bout that took place on Feb. 16, 2004 in California.  WBAN's newly-added photographer Carlos Puma covered that event!  Login  Sign up  

Weigh-in Today in Beaumont!
February 19, 2004
 

(FEB 19) Today Valerie "The Wolfe" Mahfood and Carlette Ewell weighed in for tomorrow's night at the Beaumont Ford Arena in Beaumont, Texas, and on a Telefutura card!  The weight limit for the eight-round Texas Miller Lite Belt title fight is 175 lbs.  Mahfood weighed in at 169 lbs, but Ewell initially weighed in at 177.5 lbs. (fully clothed). Full Story

 

Christensen readies to fight Williams
Translated by Torben L.
of Denmark
February 19, 2004

(FEB 19) Team Palle announced today, that Anita Christensen will be defending her WIBF bantamweight title against Lakeysha Williams, at a show in Copenhagen, Denmark, on March 13, 2004.  The card will feature six title fights, and will be a Pay-Per-View Event.  Full Story

  Carla Wilcox Robbed of Her Win In Ontario....
By Team Wilcox
February 19, 2004

(FEB 19) On February 16, 2004,  in Ontario, California at the Doubletree Hotel,  Carla Wilcox stepped into the ring to fight Marilyn Salcido in a six round fight. Both women came to this event ready to show their skill...Full Story

 

Luna To Return March 25th!
Source: Press Release
February 19, 2004

(FEB 19) After suffering a broken thumb one week before her scheduled bout with National Amateur champion Amber Gideon, Rhonda Luna will once again return to the famed Grand Olympic Auditorium where she will face the Chicago native in a six-round bout when Oscar De La Hoya's Golden Boy Promotions presents HBO Latino's "Boxeo de Oro" March 25th. Full Story

 

Marilyn Salcido’s Story the Next Day
By WBAN's Insider
February 18, 2004

(FEB 18) Though Marilyn Salcido emerged with a victory Monday night in Ontario, California with more than 1,500 packed in the ballroom including one rival, the victory was tainted with a few remarks from observers who said she lost to Carla Wilcox.  “Lots of people are going to say what they want to say because they are not fighting in the ring. I’m the one taking the punches so I know more than they do. I don’t listen to what they say,” said Salcido (11-4-3) the number one ranked bantamweight in the world.....Full Story

  One on One Exclusive Interview with Rakoczy!...
By Sue TL Fox
February 17, 2004

(FEB 17) Jessica Rakoczy is considered one of the best lightweight fighters in the United States. A tough childhood that could have ended her up on the wrong side of the tracks; Rakoczy took to boxing and made a career out of it. Now with her first world title just a grasp away, Rakoczy reflects on her life..Interview

  Salcido Wins by Decision
February 17, 2004

(FEB 17) Last night at the Double Tree Hotel, in Ontario, California, on the undercard, Marilyn Salcido won a six-round unanimous decision over Carla Wilcox.  One WBAN insider reported the following:  Using a jab and firing combinations, Salcido struggled through the peek-a-boo style of Wilcox who launched winging rights throughout the six round fight held at the Doubletree Hotel before a standing room only crowd.  Fight Report

  Serrano Returns to the ring!
February 17, 2004

(FEB 17) Cindy "Checkmate" Serrano, 4-0-0 (3KO) of Queens, New York will return to the ring on March 27, 2004, in the Exhibit Hall, at the Delaware State Fairground, in Harrington, Delaware. WBAN will post the opponent when it is firmed up.  On the  undercard the event will feature Michael 'No Joke' Stewart.

  Zaganas To Face Dobbs in Rematch!
February 17, 2004

(FEB 17) On March 2, 2004, in Woodlawn, Maryland, Vaia "Vicious" Zaganas, of Las Vegas, Nevada, will be facing Stephanie "All Action" Dobbs in six-rounder that will be a rematch for the two.  Zaganas won the first time around when they fought last November 15th, in Laughlin, Nevada.

  Preview Video: Flash From the Past!
February 15, 2004

(FEB 15) WBAN has just posted a new "Preview" Video Streaming Gallery (#143) of a "Flash from the Past" March 11, 1999 card that was an all-women's boxing event. Special Events allowed WBAN to make some short mpegs in video streaming of some of the fights. Members login

Women's Boxing "Best Kept Secret" is Interviewed!
By Bill Whaley
February 15, 2004
 

(FEB 15)  At the end of 2003, Valanna "Dynamite" McGee was WBAN's Pick for the  "Best Kept Secret" female boxer of the year....She was SUCH a "secret" that WBAN did not ......Whaley's Interview with McGee

  Hill Stops Weickenmeier Wins WIBF World Title; Graf wins by decision!
February 14, 2004

(FEB 14)  Tonight in Stuttgart, Germany, Trisha “TNT” Hill, of the United States, stopped Silke Weickenmeier, 124 ½,  of Germany, and became the new WIBF Featherweight World Champion, when it was reported that Weickenmeier had her nose broken in the sixth round, and did not come out for the seventh.  Hill is now 6-3-1 (3KO). Weickenmeier is 13-5-3 (3KO).  In a second women’s match on the undercard, Alesia Graf, 119, of Germany, of Slovakia, won a four-round unanimous decision over Petra Jachmanova, 119. Graf is 1-0-0 (0KO), and Jachmanova is 0-3-1.

  Hamaguchi to fight in California...
February 14, 2004

(FEB 14) On February 26, 2004, on a Golden Boy Promotions card, HBO Latino, at the San Diego Sports Arena, in San Diego, California,  Dee Hamaguchi of New York, will be fighting Gina Abel on the undercard of the untelevised segment of the show in a scheduled four-round 105-lb bout.

Two Women's Matches set for Tonight in Stuttgart, Germany!
February 14, 2004
 

(FEB 14) Not only will Silke Weickenmeier be fighting Trisha Hill----but Alesia Graf (54 kg) will face Petra Jachmanova (54 kg). At the weigh-in yesterday, Hill came in over the weight limit, and will need to be re-weighed. 

 

Denmark's Soccer Player Tries her hand at Boxing!
Source: Torben L. of Denmark
February 14, 2004

(FEB 14) In a local news story from Denmark, Lene Jensen, who is mainly known as a soccer player, and a very good one at that is also trying her hand at boxing!  Jensen who has an impressive background in soccer that includes 75 matches for the Danish  national team, where she has scored 21 goals so far. She plays for an Aarhus club called Skovbakken.  Jensen began training in boxing to keep fit during the winter interval of the soccer seasons, and as true sportswoman she wasn't satisfied just doing the training, but wanted to test her skills in the ring. 

  Free drawing Give-Away Contest
February 14, 2004

(FEB 14) The "Free drawing Give-Away Contest for two pair of tickets (Reserved within the first ten rows) has ended. WBAN will announce soon the winners for the February 19th boxing card, on the "Hard Road to Glory" Event. Jessica Rakoczy will be fighting Lisa Lewis in a world title fight on this card!

 

Zaganas to fight Takano
February 13, 2004

(FEB 13) On March 13, 2004, at the Mandalay Bay Hotel, in Las Vegas, Nevada, on the untelevised segment of HBO, and promoted by Gary Shaw Productions and Pound-for-Pound Promotions, Vaia "Vicious" Zaganas will be going six rounds with Yumi Takano. The headliner for this event will be Sugar Shane Mosley vs. Winky Wright.

  Your Time To Shine!
By Sue TL Fox
February 13, 2004

(FEB 13) WBAN is always on the lookout for amateur and professional female boxers to feature. WBAN receives many biographies and photos of these boxers. BUT there are things that WBAN is not receiving when getting this information on the boxers. Top on this list are “complete” biographies. When WBAN asks the boxers or their teams to provide a biography, the majority of time the biography is type-scratched in a paragraph on an email. This is no problem as long as the fighter understands that this is how they will be portrayed to promoters, matchmakers, television and the world when it is posted as a one-liner about this fighter. Full Story

 

Results:  Mann and Biggers win by stoppages
February 13, 2004

(FEB 13) Last night at the Club Gemini, in Raleigh, North Carolina, and promoted by Tasilver Enterprises, Inc. & Jawbreakers Boxing, Bonnie Mann, 151,  of North Carolina,  KO’d Michelle Ewing, 152,  :53 in the second round. Mann dropped Ewing twice in the first round.   In the second round, she landed several effective jabs, and then landed a body shot to Ewing where she could not recover. In the other women’s match, Donna Biggers won over pro debuter Lynn Smith, with a TKO2 when Smith received an injury to her jaw, and then with a hook to the head.  The benefit for ALS was a huge success, and was standing room only. 

  Gideon to Fight Luna!
February 13, 2004

(FEB 13) On March 25, 2004. at the Grand Olympic Auditorium, in Los Angeles, California, and promoted by Golden Boy Promotions, Amber Gideon, 1-0-0 (1KO) will face Californian Rhonda Luna, 4-0-0 (1KO), in a Six rounder at 126 lbs.  This fight will be on the undercard of an HBO Latino show, and will not be televised.

  Eliza Olson Interview
By Sue TL Fox 
February 13, 2004

(FEB 13) This week WBAN got an opportunity to talk with Eliza Olson after her February 7th title bout with Sunshine Fettkether that took place in Kinder, Louisiana. Olson talks about what she wants to do in the sport....Full Interview

  Breaking News!  Ward to fight Wolfe
February 12, 2004

(FEB 12) WBAN has been notified that Vonda Ward will be fighting Ann "Brown Sugar" Wolfe  on a Pay-Per-View, in Biloxi, Mississippi in May of 2004.  The fight will be taking place in May. Ward and Wolfe will be fighting for the vacant 175-lb IBA World Title. The promotions is with Brian Young's Prize Fight Promotions.  More details to follow soon! 

  Cruz to fight Colorado!
February 11, 2004

(FEB 11) On March 15, 2004, Moonlight Production/ LLC., will be promoting their first ever PRO Boxing Show to be held at the Grizzly Rose, in Denver, Colorado.  C.C. Edwards of the Denver Police Brotherhood has signed #4 IFBA World rated Terri Cruz to Headline the event.  Cruz will be fighting an eight-rounder. Opponent has not been named at this time.

  Just in! Guzman to fight in Houston
February 10, 2004

(FEB 10) On February 25, 2004, at the Park Central Ballroom, in Houston, Texas, on the undercard there will be a women's match featuring Trini "La Traviesa" Guzman, 1-0-0 vs. Akonday Fountain, who will be making her pro debut @168-lbs.

  WBAN Goes One on One
with Wolfe AND her team!
By Sue TL Fox
February 9, 2004

(FEB 9) There has been a lot of talk and questions as to what really happened on February 7, when Ann Wolfe was scheduled to fight Erin Toughill in Kinder, Louisiana.  Questions arose that went from was Wolfe really sick; was it a purse issue, or was it that she just didn’t want to fight Erin. Today, I contacted Ann by phone, and she confirmed that she was ill.   Ann said that she had felt sick during the week before the fight. Ann said that she wanted to fight in her hometown, which included countless fans, and her family who came to see Ann fight. More

Photos!  Behind the Scenes in Kinder, Louisiana!
Photos by  Patricia Butaud
and Janis Guidry
February 9, 2004
 

(FEB 9) WBAN added an additional photo gallery of "behind the Scenes" photos before the fight that was held on February 7, 2004 in Kinder, Louisiana.  (A special thanks to Patricia Butaud and Janis Guidry for their great coverage of this event!) Go to WBAN Records Member's site, Gallery #142! 

 

Cooper to fight Sitzes in Vegas!
February 9, 2004

(FEB 9) WBAN has just received info that Melinda Cooper, 18, of Las Vegas, will be fighting on the undercard on February 27, 2004, at the Orleans Hotel and Casino, in Las Vegas, Nevada.  Cooper will be fighting Jerri Sitzes in a bantamweight bout.  Sitzes is the boxer who caused quite an upset when she recently stopped Mary Elizabeth Ortega!

WBAN just added new photo/ Mpeg Gallery!
February 8, 2004
 

(FEB 8) WBAN has just posted photos-mpegs of the Sunshine Fettkether - Eliza Olson, and Mia St. John - Ragan Pudwill bout.  Patricia Butaud and Janis Guidry were ringside covering the event. Go to WBAN Records Member's site, Gallery #141! 

 

Open Retirement Letter by Alcorn!
February 8, 2004

(FEB 8) Greetings boxing fans!!! This is the All-American, Jenifer Alcorn. As you have all heard, I have made the decision to retire from the sport of Boxing. Out of respect for the fans, I feel the responsibility to address my reasons for doing so. During the past five years as a ....Alcorn Letter

 

Results!  Fettkether - Olson majority draw; St. John by UD; Wolfe pulls out of fight!
By Patricia Butaud - Ringside
February 7, 2004
Two Galleries - Mpegs/photos - Galleries #141, and #142 - WBAN Records Member's site

(FEB 7) Tonight at the Grand Casino Coushatta Pavillion,
Kinder, Louisiana, in front of a packed house of about 5,000 boxing fans,  there were three women's matches scheduled on the card, but the Ann Wolfe, 165 3/4,  vs. Erin Toughill, 165, fight did not happen.  WBAN's Correspondent Patricia Butaud reported that at the last moment, they announced that Ann Wolfe had an injury and would not be fighting. There were not any details as to what this injury was....In the co-main Sunshine Fettkether, 148,  fought Eliza Olson, 147,  for the vacant IBA Junior MIddleweight belt, but no belt was given out after the two fought a toe-to-toe 10-rounder and the result was a majority draw!   Fettkether is now 10-2-1 (4KO), and Olson is 7-2-2 (2KO). Judges scoring was  96-94 for Olson, 95-95, 95-95. AND on the undercard, Mia St. John, 136,  won a four-rounder by a unanimous decision (40-36) over Ragan Pudwill, 138. St. John improved her record to 30-3-2 (13KO), and Pudwill is now 3-9-0. 

Tonight: This IS The Line up!
©photo by Patricia Butaud
February 7, 2004
 

(FEB 7) There will be THREE women's matches on tonight at Grand Casino Coushatta Pavillion, in Kinder, Louisiana.  The line up: Sunshine Fettkether vs Eliza Olson - title fight; Ann Wolfe vs Erin Toughill, six rounds; and Mia St John vs Regan Pudwill, four rounds.

  Results: Walberg and Matheus win Pro debuts!
February 6, 2004

(FEB 6) Tonight in Copenhagen, Denmark, and Promoted by Palle Promotions, Frida Wallberg, Sweden, making her pro debut,  TKO2 Maribel Santana when after the first round Santana did not come out in the second round.

  Schouten to Defend Title!
February 5, 2004

(FEB 5) On May 8, 2004, at the Austria Hotel Pyramide Vossendorf, in Vienna, Austria, and Promoted by P.Pospichal, Esther Schouten will be defending her WIBF Junior Featherweight belt.  This fight will be televised on ATV.  No opponent has been named at this time. More details to follow soon.

Viktoria Milo is sign for the
Felix Promotion!

By JollyDee
February 4, 2004
 

(FEB 4) Today, WIBF-GBU world champion and who was named the "Best Hungarian Woman Boxer for 2003", Viktoria Milo met with the most famous Hungarian team Felix Promotions and renewed her contract----signing with them for one year.   After long negotiations,   Viktoria, her manager, med Lajos Nagy as well as Felix Racz, the owner ..Full Story

  Exclusive One on One Interview with Lewis!
By Sue TL Fox
February 4, 2004

WBAN recently got an opportunity to talk with Lisa “Lil’ Warrior" Lewis, who is a Fresno firefighter by day, boxer by night!  Lewis is set to fight Jessica Rakoczy for the vacant International Boxing Association (IBA) World Lightweight Title on February 19, 2004, at the Palace Indian Gaming Center, in Lemoore, California, on the "Hard Road to Glory" card.  Full Interview

 

Opponent Changes for Walberg and Matheus..
February 3, 2004

(FEB 3) There are opponents changes for pro debuters who will be fighting this Friday on a Teampalle card.  Frida Walberg will now be fighting Maribel Santana, not Scalett Fulgenzio. AND Alexandra Matheus will be facing Marilin Hernandez, instead of Maribel Santana!

  Girgrah Working on fifth Promotion!
February 2, 2004

(FEB 2) On February 28th, 2004,  Isra "The Raging Beauty" Girgrah will be promoting her fifth promotions at the Washington Convention Center, in Washington D.C.  For ticket info, call Raging promotions 301-440-0125 or ticketmaster 2025-432-seat.

  WBAN Interviews Lewis! 
February 2, 2004

(FEB 2) WBAN got an opportunity to speak with Lisa Lewis, who will be fighting Jessica Rakoczy on February 19, at the  Palace Indian Gaming Center, in Lemoore, California, on the "Hard Road to Glory" card.  Lewis talked about her upcoming fight with Rakoczy, and about her boxing career.  The interview will be posted soon!  Sue TL Fox

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