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JULY 2004


Results In Tunica!
by Valerie Mahfood
July 31, 2004

(JULY 31) Tonight, at Sam's Town Casino, in Tunica, Mississippi, the results of the women's matches were the following: Erin Toughill won by an eight round decision in a non-title bout, over Cassandra Geiger, 79-73, 77-75, and 78-74. Leora Jackson won by UD over Lana Alexander, 40-36, 39-37 (twice); and Cristy Nickel TKO'd newcomer Kim Catlena 1:28 seconds of the first round..Full Story by Valerie Mahfood

  Hot off the Press! Anyos to fight in Australia!
July 31, 2004

(JULY 31) On October 1, 2004, at the The Functions Centre, Southport Sharks Australian Football Club, Cnr Musgrave & Olsen Avenues, Southport, Australia, Sharon Anyos of Australia will be fighting an IBA title bout. Anyos opponent will be named soon!


Norway’s Helga Risoy teams up with legendary boxing trainer Emanuel Steward Source: Press Release

(JULY 31) A new boxing career for Helga Risoy...Risoy was one of the true pioneers of women boxing in the U.S and the rest of the world, and is now making a career as a boxing trainer in Las Vegas. She is daily to be seen training young talents at famous boxing referee Richard Steele’s gym in Las Vegas. She is also a matchmaker and event coordinator for boxing events in the U.S. More


Rakoczy Out of Commission with Ankle Injury!
July 31, 2004

(JULY 31) WBAN has learned this week that IBA world champion Jessica Rakoczy, will be out of commission for fighting until November-December, after suffering torn ligaments on her ankle, and is in a cast!  Team Rakoczy said, “As soon as Jessica's ankle heals properly, she’ll get back in the gym with her trainer Donald House, and continue to prove that she is the most complete female boxer on the planet regardless of weight class..she has evolved. She plans on fighting meaningful fights and gaining increased exposure."  Rakoczy was set to fight Melissa “Honey Girl” Del Valle on the Palace’s next boxing card in Lemoore, California.


Results: Ali Stops Nunez after corner throws in towel!
July 30, 2004

(JULY 30)Tonight in Louisville, Kentucky, Laila Ali, 168,  successfully defended her IWBF Super Middle Belt, when she stopped Monica Nunez, 164, 42 seconds, in the ninth round.  Ali had Nunez on the ropes when her corner threw in the towel. 


Boxing Poll: Should the Fight be reversed, be made a "no contest", or stand as is?

(JULY 30) Paul Brown, Tonya Harding manager-trainer is in the process of protesting Harding's last fight that took place on June 25, 2004. RESULTS - POLL ENDED

  Three Women's bouts on Tunica's card!
By Valerie "The Wolfe" Mahfood
- on scene -July 30, 2004

(JULY 30) Today, the weigh-in took place for tomorrow's card in Tunica, Mississippi. Three of the seven bouts will be women's bouts. Weight: Erin Toughill, 170 vs. Cassandra Geigger, 170 - 8 rds; Alana Alexander, 137 vs. Leonora Jackson, 140 - 4 rds; Christy Nichols, 150 vs. Kim Catlena, 164, 4 rds.. Reported by Valerie Mahfood!


Results:  St. John Wins by a decision
July 30, 2004

(JULY 30) Last night in Oakland, California, Mia "The Knockout" St. John, now 34-4-2 (15KO), of Los Angeles, California, won a four-round unanimous decision over Talia Smith, now 3-5-0 (3 KO), of Cleveland, Ohio.


Tonight: Rubalcalva to fight Abel
Source: Roy Englebrecht
July 29, 2004

(JULY 29) Tonight at the Marriott Hotel, in Irvine, California, on the "Battle in the Ballroom" card, Julie Rubalcava, 2-0-0, with ten prior amateur bouts under her belt, will be facing last minute opponent, Gina Abel, 0-5-0.  It will probably be an easy night for Rubalcalva, as Abel has been stopped in four of her five fights so far as a pro....Sue TL Fox

  Harding’s Team protests fight!
by Sue TL Fox
July 28, 2004

(JULY 28)  Paul Brown, Tonya Harding manager-trainer is in the process of protesting Harding's last fight that took place on June 25, 2004,  in Edmonton, Canada, against Amy Johnson.  Brown showed the tape to the Edmonton Sun, and after Scott Zerr of the Sun viewed the tape, he wrote, “The planned protest of the outcome of the Amy Johnson/Tonya Harding fight could have some..Full Story

  Goodson's Rare Pre-Fight Comments!..
By Sue TL Fox
Source: Sarah Goodson
July 28, 2004

(JULY 28) WBAN was contacted by Sarah Goodson, in regards to her upcoming fight against Stephanie "All Action" Dobbs.  A rarity to say the least, instead of the standard "Trash Talk" that seems to be more of the norm in this sport, Goodson wrote to WBAN, "I am just wanting to say.....Full Story

  Reality Show Alert!
July 28, 2004

(JULY 28) WBAN has received a request to put a call out for women boxers for the hit reality show "Blind Date". They would like to interview women boxers for their sixth season. All participants must be single, 21 or over and in the Southern California area.  Anyone interested should call Paress Salinas at 323.954.2035 or send a current photo and contact info to Go here

Mia St. John: “It’s a business.”
By Mara Castillon
July 27, 200

(JULY 27) Maybe it’s the “red carpet treatment” Mia Rosales St. John often receives at award ceremonies or perhaps the numerous magazine photo shots she’s partaken, but many critics forget the female fighter known as the “Knockout” has a family to raise.  St. John is scheduled to fight Yvonne Chavez in Oakland this Thursday in a six-round fight. It’s her first fight since undergoing the knife for an undisclosed injury. She doesn’t want to give opponents an advantage by revealing where the operation took place.  Full Story

  Hot Comments:  It Ain't Real Pretty!
July 27, 2004

Well...It is definitely heating up around WBAN with the boxing fans in regards to Laila "She Bee Stingin" Ali's next fight this weekend on July 30th against Monica Nunez and more! Check out the latest "hot" comments!  Comments

  Nava and Munoz fight to a draw!
by Ewan Whyte
July 27, 2004
(JULY 27) Last night at the Municipal Auditorium
in Tijuana, BC, Mexico, Jackie "Aztec Princess" Nava, now 8-1-1 (6KO), of Tijuana, fought to a draw against Mexican Bantamweight Champion Ivone Muñoz, now 7-1-2 (3KO), of Mexico City. After trying to slug it out with her heavier opponent in the first round and coming off second best, Jackie Nava took control of the 
Full Story
  Team Cindy Serrano Challenges Biggers!
by Team Serrano
July 27, 2004

(JULY 27) WBAN has received an "open challenge" by Team Cindy Serrano.  They said the following:  "Team Cindy Serrano would like to challenge Donna Lee Biggers.
She just won the WBE super featherweight title beating again a girl who never fought before. Donna has made
a career of fighting new and inexperienced girls. The only girl she ...Full Story


Making things crystal clear...
Source: Press Release
By Team Pereira
July 26, 2004

(JULY 26)  WBAN has received a response to a comment by Mia St. John in regards to Pereira turning down a fight with her for the July 29th card in California.  Team Pereira said, "Mia St. John is mistaken by implying Olivia Pereira is not willing to fight her. At this stage in Pereira's career four round fights, especially those given with ten days notice are a waste of time and talent. Experienced boxers, who have put the time in at the gym have no business making a career out of four rounders even if their careers are winding down. Mia has turned down challenge after challenge, opportunity after opportunity. She even shot down the chance to rematch at the Staples Center on the Klitschko undercard. Trust us if she offered a 'real' fight there'd be one!
Team Pereira"


Tomorrow: Nava To fight Muñoz in Tijuana...
By Ewan Whyte
July 25, 2004

(JULY 25) After reading reports now for several months (whilst out of action with a hand injury) that her opponent’s ego was ‘in the clouds’ after her recent run of victories, that she never wastes an opportunity to snipe at her, and in ..Full Story

Melinda Cooper Breaks Past Johanna Pena Alvarez
By David A. Avila -Maxboxing.com
July 24, 2004


RANCHO MIRAGE, CALIFORNIA-It was expected to be a bruising test of wills between two young fighters Melinda Cooper and Johanna Pena Alvarez, but resulted in a clinch fest for six rounds.  Cooper won a unanimous decision against Pena Alvarez (15-3-2) before a sold out crowd of more than 700 at Agua Caliente Casino, but would have preferred settling it with her fists in a more dramatic fashion.
©Photos by Mary Ann Owen of BILV  Full Story

  Yahya McClain Responds
to RPM Boxing! 
By Yahya McClain
July 24, 2004

(JULY 24) WBAN has received a response to the latest press release RPM Boxing in regards to Ali.  Yahya wrote, ""hah ha ha hah haahhhh! Well maybe next we will fight Mega bucks girl, because I believe she will take the fight for a lot less then RPM turned down the fight. Maybe you can forward that infamous hamburger, hummmm.. ha..ha…ha…. "RPM" stop hating.

  Results: Cooper Wins by Decision over Pena!
July 23, 2004

(JULY 23) Tonight at the Agua Caliente Casino, in Palm Springs, California, Melinda Cooper,114,  now (12-0),  won by a una. decision over Johanna Pena, 115!  WBAN's insider reported that there was a lot of holding on Pena's part, and that she was nearly stopped in the sixth and final round.  ©Photo by Mary Ann Owen of BILV 

McCarter - Hallback video streaming interviews!
July 23, 2004

(JULY 23)  WBAN has just added video streaming interviews with Layla McCarter, Chevelle Hallback, and Sugar Ray Leonard! Carlos Rivera of Cox Productions was ringside!   Gallery #189 in member's area

Battle makes pro debut After Making false claims for millions
July 23, 2004

(JULY 23)  Elecia Battle, the woman who got hammered by the law for falsely claiming she won the winning Mega Millions lottery ticket, will be trying her hand at boxing  on August 27, 2004, at the Cleveland Convention Center, in Cleveland, Ohio.  Battle, who is fighting under the name of “Mega Battle Bad Girl” will pro debut against an opponent not yet announced.  Miss “Mega” is also making challenges to Laila She Bee Stingin’ Ali-----even though she has yet to step in the ring professionally as a boxer.  Mega Battle Bad Girl, may be suffering from  a “Mega imagination.”  Mega DID  imagine that she was the lottery winner, when she filed a false police report for 162 Million bucks…More

  RPM Boxing Puts in their two cents!
Source: Press Release
July  23, 2004

 (JULY 23) WBAN received a press release yesterday by RPM Boxing, the team of Ann “Brown Sugar” Wolfe.  Upon them learning about Laila Ali’s upcoming opponent, Monica Nunez, a late replacement for WIBA World champion Gwendolyn ..More

  Latest Update on St. John!
By Sue TL Fox
July 23, 2004

(JULY 23) Mia is on the lookout…She wants to fight Belinda Laracuente  to challenge Laracuente for the second world ranking position.  St. John, who is ranked #4, told WBAN that an offer was made to ranked #3 Olivia Pereira., to fight Mia on July 29, 2004, in Oakland, California, but that Pereira turned down that fight.  St. John said that she would have liked to have fought Pereira for the third spot on  the rankings, but since the fight was turned down, she will challenge Laracuente.  Team Laracuente can contact WBAN, and we will connect you with St. John!

  McGee-Jeffries scratched off card
By Sue TL Fox

July 22, 2004

(JULY 22) WBAN has received a response from Nasser Niavaronit of Team McGee, after it was reported that Valanna McGee was a "no show" at the weigh-in that was held yesterday, in San Jose, California.   Nasser reported that there was no contract signed between Kelsey Jeffries and McGee to fight tonight in California. According to Niavaronit, McGee was offered this fight and accepted it with a late notice to fight at 126 lbs., and was told that a signed contract would be faxed that night. BUT-- they did not receive the contract.  Niavornit said that he called George Chung, and that he was told that they could not find Jeffries.  Niavornit said that he was then called by Chung just days from the fight, and asked if McGee could ..
Full Story


Ward Comeback Set Dec. 10 in Cleveland
WBAN Senior Editor
July 21, 2004

Vonda Ward’s is hoping to turn a nightmare into a dream.
Ward is tentatively scheduled back in the ring Dec. 10 at Gund Arena in Cleveland, according to her manager Ed King, in an IBA Heavyweight title defense. No official opponent has been named, but one newspaper account has indicated Monica McGowan is a possible foe. Full Story

  Tenberg and Juarez to fight in Co-Main!
Source: Press Release
July 21, 2004

(JULY 21) HOUSTON, TX -   OSF Sports & Entertainment, Inc, a division of OSF, Inc., is hosting a Benefit Fight for fallen firefighter Kevin Kulow on Saturday, August 7, 2004 featuring Lewis Wood (Firefighter), Former NABF Champion from Spring, Texas...Full Story

  Mahfood Responds to Ewell
July 21, 2004

(JULY 21) On July 17th, WBAN received a "cut to the chase" email from Carlette 'The Truth' Ewell, who did not waste words in how she feels about her upcoming fight that will be a rematch with Valerie 'The Wolfe' Mahfood on August 28th, at the Grand Casino Coushatta Pavillion, in Kinder, Louisiana, when the two duke it out for the IBA continental light-heavyweight title!  WBAN has received a response to Ewell from Mahfood. Mahfood said the following:  .Full Story

  Results:  Dobbs Wins By Decision
July 20, 2004

(JULY 20) Tonight at the Memorial Hall, in Joplin, Missouri, on an ESPN2 "Tuesday Night Fights", Stephanie Dobbs, 106.5,  won a four-round unanimous decision over Addie Erb, 109, on the undercard in a four-rounder (untelevised). There were no knockdowns.  Final judges scoring was 4036, 39-37, and 39-37.


Serrano Remains Busy with third fight this month!
by Sue TL Fox
July 19, 2004


(JULY 19) Super Featherweight Cindy "Checkmate" Serrano, 7-0-0 (5KO) of Queens, New York, will have her third fight this month, on July 28th, at the Orange County Fairground, in Middleton, New York,  when she rematches with Shakurah Witherspoon, 10-36-1 (3KO), of Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Serrano and Witherspoon first fought in Bermuda, to a closely judged bout when Serrano won the bout by a split decision.  It has been reported that the first fight was one-sided with Serrano winning the bout easily, but that one judge saw the fight differently.  Serrano wants to leave no doubt and will set the record straight in this rematch.  Full Story

  Hallback in Temecula!  ©Photos by Rick Pineda
July 19, 2004

(JULY 19) Last night at the Pechanga Resort & Casino Temecula, California, on a Goossen Tutor card, televised on Fox Sports Net (delayed), IBA's World Champion Chevelle "Fist of Steel" Hallback took center stage during the event! Photographer Rick Pineda ....Photos

  "AH..gile, MO..bile, and HOS..tile"
By Bernie McCoy
July 19, 2004

(JULY 19) Agile, mobile and hostile was the intentionally alliterative description that Alonzo S. "Jake" Gaither, that wonderful gentleman and legendary football coach at Florida A&M, used to describe the qualities he looked for "in his boys." Those qualities are also extremely helpful in assessing a good fighter.  Laila Ali is agile, mobile and hostile in the ring and those attributes were on display Saturday night, on a PPV telecast from Bowie, MD, as she dismantled a game, but decidedly, overmatched Nikki Eplion.   Full Story

  Results: All Women's Card in Japan!
July 19, 2004

Last night in Tokyo, Japan, Flyweight Naoko Yamaguchi KO’d Rie Fujimoto in the second round of a scheduled four-rounder; Marika Watanabe won a four-round majority decision over Satoko Komimura; Nanako Kikuchi won a four-round unanimous decision over Eri Ishiyama; Featherweight Maki Kovakashiro won a four-round unanimous decision over Biso Miho; Super Flyweight Yuki Sakurada had a draw against Jet Izumi, in four rounds of action ; and Flyweight Ichijitsu Hayasi won a four-rounder by unanimous decision over Nanko Hasunuma.

Rivas Wins by decision over Arevalo
July 18, 2004
Source: Ewan Whyte


Last night in Quérataro (Mexico), on a bill promoted by BoxLatino, Jazmín Rivas of Sinaloa and Leticia Arévalo of Jalisco fought at bantamweight in a contest scheduled for six rounds. From the opening bell, it was clear that Rivas was going all-out for the head-shot that would put Arévalo down for the count, but although ....Full Story


Results:  Ali wins by TKO
in fourth round
By Sue TL Fox
July 17, 2004

(JULY 17) Tonight in Bowie, Maryland, and televised on Pay-Per-View, Laila 'She Bee Stingin'' Ali,, 167 ¼, now 17-0-0 (14KO),  successfully defended her IBA 168-lb World Super-middleweight title, and stopped Nikki Eplion,,167 ¾,  in the fourth round after Eplion was knocked down to the canvas four times between the third and fourth rounds.  Ali’s superior boxing skills and aggressive style were too much for the much slower Eplion.  Eplion did come to fight this night, she just did not bring the arsenal to compete with someone the caliber of Ali.  Ali’s next fight will be on the undercard of the Mike Tyson card set for July 30, 2004, in Louisville, Kentucky---but after having two opponents fall out, they are still negotiating with some potential boxers for that card. Five times world champion,  Isra “The Raging Beauty” Girgrah who was not only one of the promoters of this event also doubled as a commentator on this card!

Bad Blood a Brewin'?
by Sue TL Fox
©Photo by J & P
July 17, 2004

(JULY 17)  WBAN received a "cut to the chase" email from Carlette 'The Truth' Ewell, who did not waste words in how she feels about her upcoming fight that will be a rematch with Valerie 'The Wolfe' Mahfood on August 28th, at the Grand Casino Coushatta Pavillion, in Kinder, Louisiana, when the two duke it out for the IBA continental light-heavyweight title!  Full Story

Tonight: Boxing Action in Germany!
July 17, 2004

(JULY 17) Tonight in Kwickau, Germany,  Julia Sahin, will be fighting Pavla Stankeova; and in Dessau, Germany, pro debuters Natascha Ragosina vs.Olga Gorbonosenko in four-rounder.


Results: Sanders Wins
 by UD
July 17, 2004

(JULY 17) Last night at the Civic Center, in Canton, Ohio, in a women's bout there will be Detroit's Mary Jo Sanders won a four-round unanimous decision over junior welterweight Terry Blair of Louisville, Kentucky.

  Ward is Back!
July 17, 2004

(JULY 17) WBAN spoke with Team Ward today in regards to Vonda Ward's plans to continue in boxing.  Ward has decided that she will be fighting again, and has already added a second trainer to her team.  WBAN will be posting more details about her return, as boxing fans have been inquiring about her since her last fight with Ann Wolfe. Sue TL Fox

  Lozano Returns to the ring!
July 17, 2004

(JULY 17) Cynthia "Stix" Lozano is returning to the ring after taking a long time off from the sport.    She told WBAN, "I am excited about my return to the ring on July 30th in Atlanta, on an all-female fight card being promoted by Isra "the raging beauty" Girgrah.  Lozano will be fighting Alexandria Maloy of Tampa, Florida, on that card.

  Elena “Baby Doll” Reid to Clash with Germany’s Regina Halmich
By David A. Avila
July 16, 2004

Anxious to get back in the ring, Elena “Baby Doll” Reid would literally cross an ocean for a fight.  Reid, 22, the number one ranked-junior bantamweight, will meet Regina Halmich, Germany’s darling and owner of the IWBF junior bantamweight world title on September 12, in Germany.  “I’m overly excited,” said Reid (14-1-4, 4 KOs), who now lives and trains in Las Vegas. “I’m already training for it. It’s at 112 which I can get down.”  Full Story


'Clash of Hurricanes' Card
July 16, 2004
Full Fight Report by Ewan Whyte

'(JULY 16) Tonight on the 'Clash of Hurricanes' card, Italy's Stefania Bianchini, fought Reka Krempf and won an easily 10 round unanimous decision (98-92, 98-92, 99-93). The match will be televised on RAISPORTSAT, Monday, July 19th, at 8.30PM. The fight is going to be televised.


Like Father, Like Daughter...
By Jake Schaller - Washington Post
July 16, 2004

(JULY 16) Laila Ali's biggest fight didn't happen in an arena or on a canvas -- it was the product of computer wizardry and marketing genius. The marriage of the two put Ali in the ring  Full Copyrighted Story on Washington Post

  Tonight: Bianchini to face Krempf!
July 16, 2004

(JULY 16) Tonight in Desenzano del Garda, Italy Stefania Bianchini, 12-1-0 (2KO), of Italy will defend her Flyweight European Title against Hungarian Reka Krempf, 5-5-2 (1KO). This will be a rematch for the two. Bianchini defeated Krempf in a 10-rounder their first time out.


Bonilla and Martinez on "Clash of Hurricanes" card
July 15, 2004
source: Ewan Whyte

(JULY 15) On Saturday, July 17, 2004 on the “Clash of Hurricanes” (Choque de Huracanes) card, at the La cancha Pepin Cestero, de Bayamón, Puerto Rico,  in the co-main event, Yahaira Bonilla will take on Yahaira Martinez of Puerto Rico, in an eight-rounder, that will be a local title bout.


Chamoza Wins by TKO!
July 15, 2004
by Ewan Whyte
(Late Results)

(JULY 15) Adriana Chamoza traveled to Ciudad Acuña just across from Del Rio on the Texas/Mexico border, confident (she said) that the judges up there were fair and wouldn’t allow themselves to be swayed by the crowd getting behind the local girl, Rocío Vásquez. Whether she still thought that when she came face to face with Vásquez is doubtful. It must have smelt like an ambush. Instead of the ‘dumpy, right-handed fighter without much technique’, she’d been promised, Vásquez turned out to be tall and wiry with good technique, and for good measure...Full Story


Women's Boxing Action This Weekend!
July 14, 2004
(Inset photo of Eplion)
(JULY 14) There will be plenty of women's boxing action this weekend that will feature many of the top women boxers in the world.  On Friday, July 16th, in Desenzano del Garda, Italy, Stefania Bianchini , 12-1-0 (2KO), of Italy will defend her Flyweight European Title against Hungarian Reka Krempf, 5-5-2 (1KO). This will be a rematch for the two. Bianchini defeated Krempf in a 10-rounder their first time out. At the Civic Center, in Canton, Ohio,  Detroit's Mary Jo Sanders will fight junior welterweight Terry Blair of Louisville, Kentucky.  
  Box-a-thon at Border City Boxing Club!
July 14, 2004

(JULY 14) On August 8, 2004, there will be FREE Live Boxing at the Border City Boxing Club located at 1072 Drouillard Rd. (Canada). It begins at 10am and continue until 1pm with non-stop boxing action. This fundraiser is a Box-a-thon where Border City Boxers will be sparring for 3 hours straight. Free to public!


Battle of the Undefeateds!
July 13, 2004
Source: R.E. -
Golden Boy Promotions

(JULY 13) On July 29, 2004, Oscar De La Hoya's Golden Boy Promotions Presents, "Battle of the Undefeateds", at the Irvine Marriott, in Irvine, California.  In a women's match, Julie Rubalcava, 2-0-0, faces Rebecca Garcia, 3-0-0 on the undercard.  Rubalcava is looking for her third straight win, all in Orange County, where she lives.

  Cooper and Pena to fight in Palm Springs!
July 13, 2004

(JULY 13) There is a "hot matchup" on July 23, 2004, at the Agua Caliente Casino,in Palm Springs, California, featuring boxing sensation Melinda Cooper (11-0), of Las Vegas, Nevada,  and Johanna Pena, 15-2-2 (10KO).  This should be an action-packed bout between two very talented women boxers!

  Serrano delivers KO in first round
July 12, 2004

(JULY 12) Last night in Cedar Beach,  Allentown, PA, Cindy "Checkmate" Serrano, 7-0-0 (5KO), Queens, New York, KO'd Susan Nance, 1-6-1, in Gore, Oklahoma, 1:05 in the first round. Nance came to win, but was outboxed, and was caught with a barrage of combinations that ended the fight.

  Lamare Wins by decision
July 11, 2004
source: Ewan Whyte
(JULY 11) Last night at the La Palestre, in Le Cannet, France, at the end of the evening, in the female super lightweight division, Myriam Lamare (8-0, 4KOs) repeated her previous triumph over the Ukrainian Elena Tverdokhlev (4-4, 3 KOs) winning on points after eight rounds that were full of action and fiercely contested. “I’m pleased because it’s the first time I’ve gone eight rounds and I’m not tired,” commented Lamare. “I think I boxed better this time than the last time I fought the Russian (sic), but I could do with a bit more power.”


Belinszky Wins by KO over Placiemutova
Photo and report by
JollyDee of Hungary
July 10, 2004

(JULY 10 ) Last night in Vinné, Slovakia, Krisztina Belinszky (48,10kg), of Hungary, won by KO in the fourth round against Blanca Placiemutova (51,30kg) of Slovakia in a rematch, in a scheduled six-rounder junior flyweight division. Placiemutov was down for a count in each round.  At the beginning of the fourth round, Belinszky made her mark with a beautiful left jab, followed by a right uppercut and left hook combination. The ref counted out Placiemutova. Belinszky is now 7-4-2 (4KO). Placiemutova fell to 0-2-0.  


Tonight: Chamoza to fight Vázquez!
July 10, 2004

(JULY 10) Tonight in Coahuila, Mexico, Adriana Chamoza will be fighting Rocío Vázquez in an eight rounder. Chamoza is hoping that victory in this fight, will give her a shot at the winner of the junior flyweight title fight between Delia López y Gloria Ríos.

  Quick Turn Around!
July 10, 2004

(JULY 10) Tomorrow night (July 11) in Cedar Beach,  Allentown, PA, Cindy "Checkmate" Serrano, 6-0-0 (4KO), Queens, New York, to face Susan Nance, 1-5-1, in Gore, Oklahoma. This is a quick turnaround for Serrano as she JUST fought on July 7th when she stopped her last opponent in the first round.

  Tiffany Junot...Amateur boxer, looks to turn pro in near future..
July 10, 2004

(JULY 10) WBAN has just added up and coming female boxer Tiffany Junot!  Junot, 5' 7'', 150, is a successful amateur who looks to turn pro sometime next year. Junot is ranked #1 in the nation after winning the 2003 National Women’s Golden Gloves Tournament in Chicago. To read about this boxer, go here!

McGee Stopped Christian in second round...
July 9, 2004

(JULY 9) Last night at the Arco Arena, in Sacramento, California, Valanna McGee, 127, of Sacramento, stopped Cindy Christian, 122, 40 seconds TKO,  into the second round.


Dobbs to fight in Missouri!
July 9, 2004

(JULY 9) On July 20, 2004, at the Memorial Hall, in
Joplin, Missouri, on an ESPN2 "Tuesday Night Fights" card and promoted by Tony Holden,
Stephanie "All Action" Dobbs  will be part of a seven-bout card. Dobbs will be fighting Addie Erb.  Main event will feature Jorge Lacierva vs. Jesus Perez.


July 2004 Rankings posted!
July 9, 2004

(JULY 9) Dee Williams's rankings for July 2004 have just been posted!  Dee's rankings are independent and are calculated through a computer system.  Dee began having rankings after seeing favoritism in the official rankings done by some of the federations.  To check out these latest rankings, go here


Salcido's fight is off!  
July 8, 2004

(JULY 8) On July 3, Marilyn Salcido's long time boxing trainer, Bob Davidson died unexpectedly.  Salcido was set to fight Mariana Juárez this Friday, on July 9, at the Reno Hilton, in  Reno, Nevada, but due to this tragic event, she will not be fighting. Davidson did so much for Salcido and many other boxers, and he will be very missed.  Sue TL Fox


Tonight:  McGee to fight Christian
July 8, 2004

(JULY 8) Tonight at the Arco Arena, in Sacramento, California, on a Golden Boy Promotions card, Valanna McGee, of Sacramento will be fighting Cindy Christian.  Her original opponent was Rolanda Andrews of Atlanta, Georgia.

Words Out..Sheee..'s Back!
By Sue TL Fox
July 6, 2004

(JULY 6) WBAN was contacted today to put out the word that Mary Ann Almager is coming out of retirement! Almager had come out of retirement one time before to fight Laila Ali....and she is now coming out again. There was no info on upcoming bouts..

Photos: Moreno decision over Hamaguchi!
©Photos by Jesus Sanchez

(JULY 5) On July 3rd, Watsonville's Carina Moreno, now 5-0-0, won a six-round una. decision over Diedre Hamaguchi, in the 106 lb. division.  WBAN's photographer Jesus Sanchez cover the event! To check out photos (Gallery #188) Login    Also, Full Fight Report by Jesus Sanchez

  Belinksky: Hot Photo Gallery
By JollyDee of

(JULY 5) JollyDee of Hungary went "behind the scenes" with junior flyweight Krisztina Belinszky of Hungary (Photo Gallery #187)  Check out one of the newest photo galleries on the WBAN Records member's site!  Login

  Been There, Heard That
By Bernie McCoy
July 5, 2004

(JULY 5) Boxing fans have definitely heard it before, that slight air of amazement which seems to involuntarily slip into an announcer's description of a bout between two quality female fighters. It happened again last Friday night on ESPN 2 as Joe Tessitore did the blow-by-blow of an exciting ten round bout between Chevelle Hallback and Layla McCarter for Hallback's junior ...Full Story

  Tonight: Three Women's matches on card!
July 3, 2004

(JULY 3) Tonight at the Stadhalle Hattersheim, in Frankfurt - Hattersheim, Germany. Super Featherweight Ina Menzer, of Germany,  vs.  Viktoria Oleynik, of the Ukraine; Julia Sahin vs. Oksana Romanova, and Alesia Graf vs. Pavia Stankeova.  According to news sources these will all be four round bouts. 

Results: Hallback Wins by Unanimous Decision
July 2, 2004

(JULY 2) Tonight at the Pala Casino, in California, and televised on ESPN2 "Friday Night Fights" Chevelle "Fists of Steel"  Hallback  successfully defended her IBA world title when she won a 10-round unanimous decision over Layla "Amazing" McCarter in a non-stop action packed bout that was featured as the co-main.  Final judges scoring was 98-92, 97-93, and 99-91.  Teddy Atlas of ESPN2 scored the fight for McCarter at 96-95. 

Rakoczy Wins by decision...
Copyrighted photos and mpegs by Jessica Trevino, Ringside
July 2, 2004

(JULY 2) Last night at the  Palace, in Lemoore, California,  Jessica Rakoczy, 134, won an eight-round decision over Olivia Pereira, 133.5.  Rakoczy, the quicker puncher of the two, won decisively with judges scoring of 80-72, 80-72, and 79-73. WBAN’s Jessica Trevino reported that the Melissa Del Valle – Shakura Witherspoon did not take place, and that even though it had been reduced to an exhibition, due to the difference in weight, the exhibition was scratched off the card.  Del Valle said that she will be fighting Rakoczy on September 16th for a title fight. 

  Acuna to fight Barboza
Source: Ewan Whyte
July 2, 2004

(JULY 2) Tonight at the club Caja Popular, in Tucuman, Argentina, Marcela "La Tigresa"  Acuna(Argentina) (55.2 kg) will be fighting Mónica Salino Barboza (Brazil) (55.3 kg), in an eight-round non-title fight. The two will headline the card. According to La Gaceta de Tucumán both women...Full Story

  Two Women's bouts on Tunica Card!
July 1, 2004

(JULY 1) On July 31, 2004, Erin Toughill will be fighting Cassandra Geigger on Prize Fight Promotions next installment of their monthly boxing series, which will be held July 31st at Sam's Town Casino in Tunica, Mississippi. The fight will be a featured televised bout on national television and be distribute through CSI Sports. Consequently, the television coverage will reach nearly 40 million homes and be re-broadcast throughout the calendar year. Also, local favorite Christy Nickel (2-1, 2 KO's) will be fighting on the card as well against a to be determined opponent.


Kara Ro to fight Bolles
July 1, 2004

(JULY 1) On July 17, at the Cobo Arena, in Detroit, Michigan, Kara Ro (8-0, 5 KOs), will be facing Crystal Bolles in a bout on the undercard.  Ronald Hearns, 25, 2-0 (2KO)  (Thomas Hearn’s son)  will be the main event. No opponent has been named for Hearns at this time.

  Ali's Opponent Named for July 30!
July 1, 2004

(JULY 1) On July 30, 2004, in Louisville, Kentucky, on the Mike Tyson - Willams Pay-Per-View card, Laila "She Bee Stingin" Ali, will be fighting WIBA's light-heavyweight world champion Gwendolyn "The Stealth Bomber" O'Neil of Guyana, for O'Neil's title.





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