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 JULY 2002

July 30, 2002 - Second day - 2002 Women's National Championships Host:  Steamtown Classics, Scranton, PA  (Resource of info: Scranton Times Tribune) Amateurs
Heather Donoho, San Diego, Calif., dec. Anna Marandi, Bronx, N.Y., 8-5;  Carina Moreno, Watsonville, Calif., dec. Alicia Avila, Colorado Springs, Colo., 19-5;  Alison Fasano, Camp Lejeune, N.C., dec. Ruby Saucedo, Fort Worth, Texas, 15-11; Stella Nijhof, New York, N.Y., stopped Raelina Shinn, Fort Carson, Colo., RSC-2 (18-0); Wendy LaMotta, North Plainfield, N.J., dec. Elizabeth Wetzel, Port Huron, Mich., 41-11; Anju Reejsinghani, Seattle, Wash., dec. Melissa Davis, Casper, Wyo., 24-13; Naquana Smalls, Peshtigo, Wis., stopped Tara Opislowski, Gulf Breeze, Fla., RSC-1; Anca Neagu, Austin, Texas, dec. Vanessa Hooks, Fort Lewis, Wash., 7-5; Caroline Barry, Dearborn, Mich., dec. Christy Slone, Cleveland, Ga., 21-9; Kattlin Diaz, New York, N.Y., dec. Jennifer Han, El Paso, Texas, 9-7;  Angel Bovee, Schenectady, N.Y., won on walkover over Elizabeth Rosado, Bronx, N.Y., W/O; Jill Emery, New York, N.Y., dec. Molly McConnell, Portland, Ore., 15-15 (64-60);  Adrienne Lugg, Seattle, Wash., dec. Tanisha Moore, Fort Eustis, Va., 9-8;  Janaya Davis, Stone Mountain, Ga., stopped Jenna Johlin, Helena, Ohio, RSC-3; Elizabeth Stecki, Milwaukee, Wis., dec. Kara Lucas, Hollywood, Fla., 15-2;  Marisol Jimenez, Oxnard, Calif., dec. Angela Hanrahan, Altoona, Iowa, 10-2.

July 27, 2002 - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Stephanie Dobbs, 112, fought Nout Bradshaw, 115, to a four-round unanimous decision in a Super Flyweight division. The card was promoted by Buck Smith. Final scoring was 39-35 by all three judges.
Logged on records site

On July 27, 2002 in Grand Rapids, Michigan 
Julie Dentice TKO3 Cindy Wachowski. Logged on records site

July 27, 2002 – Budapest, Hungary
Boxing card promoted by Blue Alligator Box Promotion, Jr. Lightweights Julia Gregor, Hungary, TKO2 Katalin Schaffer, Hungary, in a scheduled four-rounder. Another Jr. Lightweight bout, Angela Nagy, Hungary, won a four-round decision on points over Zora Andrejkovics, Hungary; Lastly, in a Jr. Bantamweight bout, Reka Krempf, Hungary, TKO2 Eva Fenyvesi, Hungary, in a scheduled four-rounder.

July 27, 2002 - Norfolk, Virginia
Jacqui Frazier-Lyde, 166, stopped Heidi Hartmann, 166, of Germany in the :50 seconds third round. Amateurish Hartmann,  fought straight up and showed little in her bout against Frazier-Lyde.  This fight was for the WIBF Super- Middleweight "Intercontinental" Championship, but would have been more appropriately booked as a six-rounder. Hartman came into the fight with an official record of three bouts---hardly a resume for a world title fight.  WBAN is sure that world champions Ann Wolfe, Valerie Mahfood, and other top women boxers would have been happy to have fought on this Pay-Per-View card tonight.
 (update 07/28/02:  there was confusion on the belt that Frazier and Hartmann was fighting for.  In the German News it stated that the belt was for the GBU World title. That is the same organization that is connected with Barbara Buttrick who is also the WIBF.  On Jacqui Frazier's website it said, "GBU Title Fight." But to set the record straight on this belt, it was the WIBF Intercontinental Super-Middleweight belt.  An interesting Tidbit on the matchmaking of this card, the Pay-Per-View announced that the matchmaking for ALL the Bouts was made by SoReal Communications.  If you go to www.sorealcommunication.com it is re-directed to Jacqui Frazier's website, as that is affiliated with Frazier.   Logged on records site

July 26, 2002 - Rhodes-on-the-Pawtuxet, Rhode Island
Missy Fiorentino KO1
Candice Alexander in a scheduled four-round super- featherweight bout. Logged on records site

July 26, 2002 - Las Vegas, Nevada
At the Orleans Hotel, in Las Vegas, Nevada, Melinda Cooper won a four-round majority decision over  Rieko Muruyama. Final scoring by judges was 39-37, 39-37, and 38-38. Cooper improved her record to 3-0-0 (0KO) and Muruyama is now 1-2-0 (0KO).

July 25, 2002 - Fiesta Hall, in Imperial Beach, California 
Attorney Mary Lehman won her second professional bout in a slugfest against Kimberly Reed with a unanimous decision. The fight was stopped in the 4th round after there was an accidental headbutt that caused a cut on Lehman that required eleven stitches.  WBAN asked Lehman to give her perspective as a new boxer on the scene and about her insight into this second professional bout she had with Reed. Lehman improved her record to 2-0-0 (0KO), and Reed fell to 1-5-0 (0KO).

July 25, 2002 - Inglewood, California
At the Hollywood Park Casino, on a Cant Lewz Entertainment card, Wendy Rodriguez won a tough six-rounder over Yumi Takano. Final scoring was 60-54, 59-55, and 59-55. Rodriguez improved her record to 9-1-3 (4KO).

July 23, 2002 -New Rochelle, New York
Anne Marie Saccurato
to scored another win with a  TKO1 over Myriam Bazile. Saccurato a former amateur champion is now 2-0-0 (2KO). Bazile remains winless at0-2-0 (0KO).  

July 21, 2002 - Friant, California
In front of packed room of 982 fans, at the Table Mountain Casino event, in Friant, California, Olga Vlasova, 134 ¼, had a majority draw with Gloria Ramirez, 135 ¼. Most thought that this was the "Fight of the Night." As these two provided non-stop action in their bout.

July 21, 2002 - Tijuana, Mexico
Monica Michel had a six-round draw with Berenice Chavez. According to news sources, Michel was ripped of a decision, when she outboxed Chavez through the first four rounds, and rocked Chavez in the fifth and sixth. Michel remains winless at 0-3-2. 

July 21, 2002 Blackhawk, Colorado
Marsha Budde TKO3 Evangelina Abeyta.  

July 19, 2002 - Isleta Resort & Casino, in Albuquerque, New Mexico
Adriana Delgado won a resounding six-round unanimous decision over Tracy Moulton in a bantamweight bout (118 lbs). Delgado improved her record to 9-2-1 (3KO) and Moulton fell to 5-6-1 (2KO). 

July 19, 2002 -  ESPN2 "Friday Night At the Fights" at the Yakama Nation Legends Casino, in Toppenish, Washington, on a Sugar Ray Leonard card 
Elena "Baby Doll" Reid, 113.5, stopped Yolanda Gonzalez,114.5, at 1:35 of the fifth round. Reid wasted no time in establishing dominates in the bout when she knocked Gonzalez down twice in the first round. Reid was the aggressor throughout the five rounds, and was continuously getting shots in on Gonzalez with hard straight lefts. Gonzalez showed a lot of heart throughout the fight, but Reid was the stronger puncher. Gonzalez was staggered on several occasions throughout the fight. According to an insider on the Boxing Rumble Forum, Gonzalez was hit hard at the end of round four that stunned her as the bell saved her. In the fifth round the ref stopped the fight, and Reid won by a TKO. WBAN received a lot of positive emails about this bout and said that Reid fought a great fight. After the fight....Reid walked around the ring holding up Gonzalez’s hand, and displaying excellent sportsmanship.

July 19, 2002 - Feather Falls Casino, Oroville, California
Eliza Olson, Fresno, California, won by four-round unanimous decision over Vanlanna McGee. McGee was making her pro debut against the much-more experienced Olson, but looked very polished for a newcomer.  Olson was the aggressor throughout most of the fight, and it was a good fight according to WBAN's sources. 

July 19, 2002 - Reading, Pennsylvania
Connie Bechtel won by KO1 over Wanda Satterthwait. 

July 19, 2002 - Radisson Hotel, Fresno, California
Christine Rodriguez, 133 3/4, Long Beach, California, defeated the "hometown favorite" Lisa Lewis, 133 1/2, with a majority decision, in what was considered a very entertaining four-rounder. Final scoring by judges was 38-38, 39-37, and 39-37. Rodriguez improved her record to 1-3-1 (0KO) and Lewis fell to 3-6-0 (1KO). 

July 18, 2002 - Rose Garden, Portland, Oregon
IFBA World Featherweight Champion Layla McCarter, Las Vegas, Nevada, had a six-round majority draw with IBA World Bantamweight champion Ada "The Ace" Velez.  Final scoring was 58-56 (Velez), 57-57, 57-57. 

July 16, 2002 - Canton, Ohio -ESPN2 "Tuesday Night at the Fights"
Vonda Ward, 191.5, fought Monica McGowan, 195,  for the vacant IBA Heavyweight World title, and won by a 10-round unanimous decision. Ward is now 14-0-0 (13KO).  In the second bout on the card, Mary Ortega fought Kelli Cofer in a four-rounder, that was originally scheduled for six rounds in the 122-lb division.  Ortega and Cofer fought a toe-to-toe battle that ended in a draw. Final scoring, 39-37, 37-39, and 38-38.   Ortega is now 20-1-1 (5KO) and Cofer is 7-0-1 (2KO).  

July 14, 2002 Dunaujvaros, Hungary
Promoted by Blue Alligator Box Promotion
Jr. Middleweights Ilona Papp, Hungary won by points over Bettina Argath, Hungary. In the Jr. Bantamweight bout, Judit Palecian, Hungary, won over Helga Pavlicsek, Hungary. 

July 13, 2002 - Las Vegas, Nevada
Layla McCarter
, 126, won a four-round unanimous decision over Miki Kikukawa, 122.5. Final scoring was 40-36 all judges cards.

July 12, 2002, Merlo, San Luis, Argentina
Patricia Alejandra Quirico
KO3 Rosanne Alves.


July 12, 2002 – Lexington, Kentucky, Promoter Darren Turner of Turner Boxing
Nikki Eplion, 170, won a four-round unanimous decision over Bonnie Mann, 160, in a middleweight bout. All Judges scored the bout, 40-36. 

July 12, 2002 - Glen Falls Civic Center in Glen Falls, New York
Leona "Downtown" Brown won a unanimous decision over Renee Douglass, and delivering Douglas her first loss as a professional boxer. The judges scoring was 60-54, 60-54, and 59-55. Brown improved her record to 10-0-0 (4KO), and Douglas fell to 7-1-1.

July 11, 2002 - San Jose, California
At the HP Compaq Pavilion Center in front of a crowd of 3,913, on a Oscar De La Hoya (Golden Boy Enterprises) card, titled "Fight Night at the Tank" series, WIBA Intercontinental Featherweight Champion and California State Featherweight Champion Kelsey Jeffries, 125, won a four-round unanimous decision over Sasadea Rozo, 124, who was a last-minute opponent when Cynthia Prouder backed out of fighting Jeffries due to a hand injury. According to Brian Low who was on scene at the event, reported that the four-rounder was an entertaining bout, with Jeffries ultimately being in control of most of the rounds. Razo did give it her best, and managed to land some "bombs" on the champion. But Jeffries kept the pressure on Razo, and most of the time Razo would score, Jeffries would come back with combinations, throwing them at all angles.  Low said to WBAN, "With Razo’s lack of defense, Jeffries seemed to score with just about everything she threw." Final judges scoring was 40-36 on all cards. Jeffries improved her record to 14-5-0 (1KO). 

On July 6, 2002-Vienna, Austria
Diana Szilagzi won a six-round decision over Galina Giumlijska.

July 9, 2002 - Beverly Hills, California
Tonight at the Playboy Mansion, in California,  Jessica Rakozcy, now 11-0-0 (3KO),  stopped her last-minute opponent, Gail Muzzey, 2-2-0 (2KO), in  60 seconds of the first round.
 

July 4, 2002 - Ekaterinburg, Russia
Natalya Petrakova,  Russia, won a four-round unanimous decision over Yulia Shvets, also of Russia.  Petrakova improved her record to 2-0-0, and Shvets fell to 0-3-0 (0KO).  

July 3, 2002 - Hyatt Hotel, Monterey, California
In front of a standing room only audience,
at the "Riot at the Hyatt" in Monterey, California, Yvonne Caples now 6-3-1 (1KO), of  Las Vegas , defeated Marilyn Salcido, now 8-3-2 (1KO),  of Big Bear, in a six-round unanimous decision. Final Scoring of all judges were 58-56. 

July 2, 2002 - Washington, D.C.
On an ESPN Card, at the Lincoln Center, in Washington, D.C, Lakeysha Williams TKO'd Julia Day in the second round. 

 
     
     
     
     

 

 

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