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December 30, 2004 in Nove Zamky, Slovakia
Krisztina Belinszky, 103 1/4,  won by TKO2 over Maria Vinceova, 105.5,  in what was a rematch within less than two months when Belinszky defeated Vinceova on 11/01/04, stopping Vinceova 45 seconds in the first round. This was a scheduled six-rounder.  Lame Matchup.

December 28, 2004 - Sycuan Resort & Casino, El Cajon, California
Crystal Hoy, now 2-0-1(2KO), of Las Vegas, California, TKO'd pro debuter Sara Huntman, 1:31 seconds  of the first round.

December 26, 2004, in Trinidad
Ria Ramnarine of Trinidad fought last minute opponent Adana Francis at 136 lbs., and won by a six-round unanimous decision .  Ria was originally supposed to fight Maribel O'Casio. 

December 26, 2004 -Cliff Anderson Sports Hall, Georgetown, Guyana
Gwendolyn O'Neil won a 10-round decision over  Crystal Lessie.  The two were fighting for the vacant WIBC Light Heavyweight title. Final scores was 99-91 on all score cards. Also, Shelly Gibson won a four-round majority decision over Verona Blackman.

December 19, 2004 in Nairobi, Kenya
Conjestina Achieng won by UD10 over Fiona Tugume; Damaris Muthoni won by TKO3 over Hawa Daku; and Zarrika Fatuma won a four-round decision over Jane Kavulani

Dec 18, 2004 - Bujtosi Sport & Leisure Center, Nyíregyháza, Hungary
Agnieszka Rylik of Poland successfully defended her junior welterweight title against Iva Weston in a ten-round title bout.  Rylik won by a unanimous decision. Final judges scores were 100-90 on all cards. 

December 18, 2004 - Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
On an HBO card,  Mia "The Knockout" St. John TKO'd Janae Romero-Archuleta 1:46 seconds of the first round, in a scheduled six rounder.  This was a rematch for the two. Pre-Fight Report by David Avila. 

December 18, 2004 - Shingu College Stadium, Seongnam, Korea
Kim Juhee, 18,  of Korea, has won the IFBA World Jr. Flyweight title over a game Melissa Shaffer, 26, United States,  in 10 rounds.  Kim won by unanimous decision. Judges scores were 100-90, 99-91, and 100-89. According to local news sources, Kim had to postpone the world junior championship because she could not find a sponsor, and other reasons. Kim has became the second South Korean female world champion boxer, and first teenage world champion. Kim's record is reported to be 7-1-1 (3KO), with her only loss coming by way of Lee in the year 2992, in a flyweight Korean championship. Shaffer suffered her first loss as a pro, and is now 8-1-0 (5KO). In the fight, Kim was about four-inches taller than Shaffer, and used her height to her advantage, using her jab throughout the fight.  Shaffer received a nose bleed in the third round. 

December 18, 2004 - University Sport Hall, Gyõr, Hungary
On the undercard, flyweight Viktoria Milo of Hungary won a four-rounder by decision over Gabriella Insperger.

December 16, 2004 - Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California WBAN Record Member's photo gallery #231
Rhonda Luna of California, remained undefeated with a 8-0-0 (1KO), after she defeated Betty Stephens of Utah, now 3-2-0 (0KO), with a six round unanimous decision in the featherweight division. Final score was 60-54, on all judges cards. Full Fight Report by Mara Castillon  

Dec 16, 2004 - Palace Indian Gaming Center, in Lemoore, California
Jessica Rakoczy, who fights out of Las Vegas, Nevada spent little time in dispatching her opponent, Dana Kendrick, when she stopped her by TKO 34 seconds of the first round. 

December 16, 2004 - Girabaldi's La Pantera Rosa, in Doraville, Georgia 
Holly Dunaway
, 98, now 13-3-0 (8KO), of Ft. Smith, Arkansas won the WIBA Minimumweight World Title over Terri Moss, 102, now 6-6-0 (2KO), of Atlanta, Georgia, with a unanimous decision. Judges scores were 97-95, 98-92, and 96-94.  

December 12, 2004 -Sofia, Bulgaria
Anna Rodke, 64,5 kg,  of the Latvia won a four-round unanimous (40-36) decision over Borislava Goranova, 64,5 kgof Bulgaria.  Rodke is now 4-1-0 (0 KOs) while Goranova falls to 3-9-0.  

December 11, 2004 - City Boxing Center, Nyíregyháza, Hungary
Viktoria Milo, 108 1/4,  TKO'd Mónika Döme, 107, in second round, also Gabriella Insperger, 107.5,  won by TKO over Slovakian Blanca Pecimuthova, 115 3/4, in a second round. Both match scheduled six rounder.

December 11, 2004 in Durazno, Uruguay
Patricia Alejandra Quirico won by KO3 over Teresa Paiva Rodriguez, pro debut.

December 11, 2004 -Lausitz-Arena, Cottbus, Germany Natascha Ragosina, now 4-0-0 defeated Yvonne Reis of the United States by TKO in the tenth round. The two were fighting for the WIBF Intercontinental championship.  According to the news media,  Reis was knocked down in the 9th round, but managed to weather the storm until the end of the round. However, the referee stopped the uneven fight 42 seconds into the 10th round. Yvonne Reis was complimented by her courage and for the fact, that she kept coming forward. WBAN viewed the tape of this fight and the ref had absolutely NO BUSINESS STOPPING THIS MATCH! It is one of the WORST LAME STOPPAGES WBAN has seen in a very long time. 

December 11, 2004 -  Cervantes (Río Negro, Argentina)
Verna Crespo knocked out Estela Na-huelpan in the first round. 

December 10, 2004 - Córdoba, Argentina
 In front of a crown of 2,500 in her home town of Córdoba (Argentina), Carolina "Chapita" Gutiérrez (54,6 kg) maintained her unbeaten record with a unanimous points win over María "la Puma" Sánchez (55,9kg) of Tucumán. The fight, which opened a marathon bill last night in the club General Paz Juniors, was scored 40-37.5 twice and 40-37 by the third judge.   Gutiérrez moves to 3-0 (1 KO). Sánchez falls to 0-2.  

On Friday, 10th December, 2004 at MCKiS Hall in Jaworzno, Poland
Viktoria Oleynik
of the Ukraine won a four-round unanimous (40-36) decision over Szilvia Porteleki of Miskolc, Hungary in a lightweight bout. Oleynik is now 1-5-1 (0 KO's) while Porteleki falls to 3-8 (0 KO's).

December 10, 2004 - Knoxville, Tennessee
Donna Biggers KO'd Domesha Allen in the second round. 

December 10, 2004 -Arco Arena, Sacramento, California
On the undercard, Valanna McGee, 127.5, of Redding, CA., KO'd Mercedes Mercury, 128, of Denver, Colorado, at 0:24 in the fourth round of a scheduled six-rounder.

December 10, 2004 in Albuquerque, New Mexico
Holly Holm won a ten-round unanimous decision over Terri Blair.  The two were fighting for the IBA Junior Welterweight World title. Scores: 99-91 (Twice) & 96-94 - Holm.

December 10, 2004 -  Nezahualcoyotl, Mexico
Topping the bill in front of a packed house in Ciudad Nezahualcoyotl (Mexico), Ana María Torres moved a step closer to the world bantamweight title last night when Golden Gloves champion Yadira Rosales of Mexico City failed to answer the bell for the sixth round. With an animated crowd in the Salón Marbet Plus in Ciudad Nezahualcoyotl (Méjico) urging her on, local girl Torres got on top of Rosales at the start and never let up, using her skill and greater experience to wicked effect. Torres has excellent technique and hits hard. As was the case last March when she stopped Lakeysha Williams in the fourth, it was her opponent’s face that got the worst of it. By the time she retired between the fifth and six rounds, Rosales’s mouth was a mess and had begun to hemorrhage.   

December 10, 2004 - Masantucket, Connecticut
Report by Ken Castro:
For nearly a year, four-time junior welterweight world title challenger Eliza Olson lobbied for a rematch with former belt holder Jamie Clampitt.  Rough edges remained from their last matchup, a Clampitt razor-thin victory back in October of 2003. It came as no surprise then that Olson (San Francisco, CA) jumped at the chance to return east, to Foxwoods Casino and take another shot at Clampitt, this time for the vacant IWBF World Junior welterweight crown.  Friday's bout was hastened by the somewhat quick departure of scheduled Clampitt opponent, Jane Couch, who fell victim to a case of impetigo. In stepped Olson.  And true to form, the smoldering aversion that the two fighters have toward each other came to the forefront in their scheduled ten round faceoff. Unfortunately, when the dust settled, the judge's scorecards left both corners, and a particularly large, vocal, group of ticket holders, wanting more.  "It makes my heart hurt," offered Olson (8-5-2) after the 96-94, 94-96, 95-95 draw. "I wanted the belt for Christmas. Clampitt (15-3, 5 KO's), who entered the post-fight meeting with reporters, clutching a bag of ice to her broken right hand, longed for the belt as well. "It was a tough fight, we have different styles and that made for an awkward fight," said Clampitt after the disappointing outcome. "I felt like I won the fight."  Full Story 

December 10, 2004 - Gund Arena, in Cleveland, Ohio
Vonda Ward, 185,  of Ohio, stopped Marsha Valley of Los Angeles, CA,  with knocking Valley down twice on to the canvas, and stopping her 1:47 seconds in the fourth round by TKO.  Ward and Valley were fighting a scheduled 10-round non-title fight in the cruiserweight division.  According to news sources, Ward effectively used her jab, and dominated Valley from the opening belt.  In the fourth round, Ward landed a lead left-overhand right combination to drop Valley for the first time. Valley beat the count and continued to fight, but Ward quickly got her back on the ropes with a barrage of combinations.  When Valley dropped down to her knee, the referee saw fit to stop the match. 

December 10, 2004 - Australia
In October, Australian Sharon “Wild Thing” Anyos captured the WBF featherweight strap with an entertaining, clear-cut victory over tough Texan Linda Tenberg. Tonight, again fighting in front of her home crowd at the Southport Sharks Club, Queensland, she contested in a much more technical, close battle with Trinidad-born Canadian Lisa “Bad News” Brown. While the 34-year-old Anyos constantly charged forward, the southpaw Brown looked to effectively counterpunch with swift straight left hands. Anyos established a decent pace in the opening stanza, constantly pressing the attack and despite landing few punchers, with Brown content to just throw the occasional counter, won the round on work-rate alone.  A scrappy sort of round ensued in the second, with again few scoring punchers, although Brown was able to get home with a couple rights hooks late to clinch the round.  The Australian was the busier fighter in the third, but the 5’2 ½” Brown was clearly the more effective, making Anyos pay with precise left hands each time she either leaned in, or missed with the jab.   Anyos made a slight adjustment in the fourth, trapping the Canadian on the ropes and firing to her well-cut midsection on a few occasions. It was enough to snare the round, but Brown came back in the fifth, twisting and rolling out of the incoming traffic, and scoring with the left hand. Rounds six and seven were close, Anyos again throwing more leather, but Brown a lot more prudent with her shots. Hard scoring rounds, maybe leaning towards the defending champion due to sheer aggression.  There was little that landed of note in the eighth, although Brown did counter brilliantly in one exchange with her back to the ropes, which probably shaded it in her direction.  In the final two stanzas, Anyos continued to walk forward, but Brown, picking her spots, seemed to offset her opponent’s offence, using her ring smarts to walk her into her crisp left counters.  A close, well-contested, and high-octane encounter. I preferred the challenger’s effective counters over Anyos’ work rate, and had Brown winning 97-94, although there was little separating these two gutsy combatants in at least four of the rounds.   As it turned out, the judges awarded Anyos a majority decision. Scores 96-96 and 96-95, reflected the closeness of the bout, and I suppose were reasonably acceptable, although Wally Lewis’ card of 100-91 was ridiculous. How he didn’t have Brown winning any rounds is baffling. Fights like this will continue to enhance the reputation of women’s boxing. But judging like Lewis’ just detracts the fight game in general.
Anyos is now 8-3 (1). Brown suffered her first loss and is 9-1-2 (3).

December 5, 2004 in Nyiregyhaza, Hungary Gabriella Insperger won a four-round decision over Monika Dome, pro debut.

December 4, 2004 -  Emerald Queen Casino, in Tacoma, Washington
On the undercard,
Jeannine Garside, 122.5, of Windsor, Canada, won her pro debut when she defeated California's Heather Percival, 119, now 4-1-0 (0KO), with a unanimous decision, in a four round bout. Both Garside and Percival formerly come from the amateurs. Margaret Sidoroff wrote the following, "Jeannine's next bout is scheduled for next weekend in New York against Hagar Shmoulefeld of Israel. Hagar is a veteran of the professional ring and has fought 10 round title bouts and will be conditioned to fight many rounds. This should prove to be a great test for Garside. "  Photographer, Mike Blair,  who was ringside at the event, told WBAN, "The fight was one of the best of the night. Garside was quicker, stronger and simply too tough for Percival. Percival fought pretty well, but she just could not find a way to slow Garside." Final judges scores were 40-36 on all cards.

December 4, 2004 in Munchen, Germany
Iryna Ponomarova won by TKO1 over Michaela Fleglova, pro debut.  

December 3, 2004 in Stockton, California
Rita Valentini won by KO1 over Mona Beaulieu, pro debut.

December 3, 2004
Donna Biggers
won by KO1 over April Wigington

December 3, 2004 - Atlanta, Georgia
On the undercard,
Ljeoma Egbunine, who is making her pro debut, won by a unanimous decision over Janaya DavisThere is some controversy concerning this decision.

December 3, 2004 - Municipal Auditorium, in Kansas City, Missouri WBAN Record Member's photo gallery #228
Sumya “The Island Girl” Anani, 140,  of Kansas City, successfully defended her WIBA 140 lb., Junior welterweight title, when she won by a 10-round unanimous decision over Stephanie Jaramillo, 140, of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Jaramillo, with a heart of a lion, took the fight against Anani, after Anani’s original opponent, Daryls Pardo of Colombia fell through when she was having problems getting into the United States. Anani has only managed to get two fights in the last two years----not because she does not want to fight, but because she can’t get a fight. Most of the more well known top contenders in the sport, want big purses and television to step in the ring with Anani. WBAN is very impressed with Jaramillo for stepping up to the plate, and fighting a top female boxer as Anani,  for a world title belt. Too often, this sport is seeing mediocre “World title” fights that take place, and by all rights should not even be taking place.  Anani was the aggressor throughout the bout, with delivering a bloodied nose to Jaramillo in the fourth, and a knockdown near the end of the ninth round. In the tenth, Jaramillo had a point deducted for holding. Final scoring by judges was 100-88, 100-88, 99-89. Anani improves her record to 24-1-1 (10KO), and Jaramillo is now 4-2-1 (2KO).  On the undercard, Sharon Gaines, 121,  of Kansas City, won a four-round unanimous decision over pro debuter Camille Casson, 120,  of Covington, Kentucky. Gaines is now 5-2-0 (0KO), and Casson is 0-1-0 (0KO).

December 2, 2004 -National Sports Centre, London, England Cathy Brown of Peckham, U.K. TKO'd Viktoria Varga of Budapest, Hungary in the third round of a scheduled flyweight six-rounder. Brown is now 11-6-0 (5 KO's), Varga falls to 11-10-2 (0KO's).

December 2, 2004 -  Thistle Hotel, Bristol, England
Jane Couch
, 141,  now 25-6-0 (8KO), of the UK, won by points over Larisa Berezenko, 141, of Kiev, Ukraine, in a six-rounder.  WBAN now has Berezenko 0-3-0. Couch promoted this card. Berenzenko is a former world amateur boxing champion and kickboxing champion from the Ukraine.



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