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JULY 2005

July 30, 2005 - Cobo Arena, in Detroit, Michigan
WBAN Record Member's huge Photo gallery #276
Mary Jo Sanders, 142,  remained undefeated when she fought Eliza Olson, 145, for the Interim WBC Welterweight title. Sanders won by a 10-round unanimous decision.  WBAN's Senior Editor, Brian Ackley wrote the following:  DETROIT -- Although Mary Jo Sanders didn’t earn a million bucks for her win Saturday night, her Detroit fans sure thought she fought like it.  Sanders earned the WBC Interim Welterweight belt with a unanimous decision win over tough Elisa Olson to improve to 17-0 in her career. As expected, Sanders was the more efficient tactician, although she did absorb a few of Olson’s looping hooks which earned the California-based challenger the admiration of many in the Cobo Arena crowd of 3,000. All three judges saw it 98-92, 97-93 and 96-94. Neither fighter was in any serious trouble in the fight. Olson was caught off balance and wobbled slightly in the third by a Sander’s hook, and Olson did some of her best work in the seventh, before tiring a bit in the final two rounds. Sanders’ best round might have been the 10th, making sure there were no hometown upsets on this night. “It feels like I fought my best but I’m in her hometown, if I can bring it to my hometown, the decision might change,” Olson (now 8-6-2) said after the fight. “I know I hit her, I stunned her, I cut her. But I didn’t probably throw enough punches. But I feel my performance was pretty good given the amount of time I had to train for this fight. I was told a month before, but it’s OK. She knows who I am. I know she’ll never fight me again because she’ll be scared. If she does want to fight me again, tell her to bring it. Maybe we’ll fight in Vegas or something. I’d be willing to do it again.”  The fight came off on the same night Christy Martin and Lucia Rijker were scheduled to fight for a $1 million in Las Vegas. It would have been the largest purse in women’s boxing history, but the fight was cancelled last week after Rijker tore her Achilles. It was Olson’s fifth crack a a title, but most of her fights have been on the road. She once called herself a “fighter on call”, having lost or drawn a number of close decisions in the backyards of several world champions.  Sanders stuck largely to her preflight plan with lots of movement and lots of jabs, and on occasion showed a brief willingness to mix it up, prompting chants of “Mary Jo” from her fans in the last two rounds.

July 29, 2005 - Warren, Michigan
Angela Simpson, 199.5,  (now 3-0), Detroit, cruiserweights,  TKO1 1:36 seconds over Alexis Harrison, 197 1/4;  Cheryl Muhammad, 180,  (4-0), Detroit, light heavyweight, TKO1 1.59 seconds over Celeste Jackson, 173 1/4, (0-1); and Veronica Rucker, 158,  (1-1-1, Cleveland, super welterweight, TKO 1 over Elizabeth Kingsley, 154.

July 22, 2005 in Santa Ynez, California
Crystal Morales, 128, won by four-round unanimous decision over Lisa Martin, 128. Judges scores were all 39-37 for Crystal. 

July 22, 2005 - Salto Argentino, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Super Bantamweight Patricia Alejandra Quirico, 121¾,  KO'd  Mayra Dos Santos, 122, in the fourth round of a scheduled six round bout.

July 22, 2005 - El 2002, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Bantamweight Tiffany Wilson,120, and Gina Abel, 111, fought to a four round majority draw. Final judges scores were 39-37 (Abel), 38-38, 38-38. 

July 22, 2005 - Allstate Arena, Rosemont, Illinois
Lois Theobald, 141,  won by TKO1 1:01 seconds, over Brandi Davis, 146. 

July 22, 2005 -  Northern Lights Casino, in Anacortes, Washington
WBAN Record Member's huge Photo gallery #275
Seattle's Junior Middleweight Tricia Turton, 3-0-0 (2KO), scored a TKO over Chris King of Greenwood, Colorado. King was making her pro debut, and her lack of ring experience showed. Though King was taller, she was unable to keep Turton from fighting inside. Turton also threw effective combinations, and in the end, they are what took the toll. The referee stopped the fight at 1:18 of the 2nd round when Turton had King against the ropes, landing shots to the head and body, and King was unable to stop them or even defend herself.   

July 21, 2005 - Whiskey Tango's, Grain Valley, Missouri, promoted by  Danger-Fire Promotions
Flyweight Sandra Ortiz, 109, had a four-round majority draw with Dawn Ramey, 112.  Final judges scores were 39-37, 38-38, and 38-38.   

July 21, 2005 - Arco Arena, Sacramento, California
Heavyweight Martha Salazar stopped Marsha Valley 1:49 seconds of the
fourth round in a scheduled six rounder.

July 21, 2005 - Palace Indian Gaming Center, in Lemoore, California, on a Fox Sports Net card
WBAN Record Member's huge Photo gallery #273
Jessica Rakoczy, of Las Vegas, retained her IBA World lightweight title and won the vacant WBC Lightweight title when she stopped Jane Couch of the UK in the sixth round. The card was promoted by Goossen Tutor. The fight was held outdoor, and was 104 degrees! Rakoczy-Couch was the first fight on the card, and WBAN's insider said that when the fight was stopped in the sixth--that some people were upset and thought that the fight was stopped too soon.

July 21, 2005 - Miller Lite Fight Night at the Tank, at the HP Pavilion, in San Jose, California
Kelsey Jeffries,  118.5, of Gilroy, California,  won a six-round unanimous decision over Leona Brown, ,122, of Buffalo, New York. Final judges scores 60-54, 59-54, & 59-54.

July 21, 2005 - The Palladium, Denver, Colorado
Janae (Romero) Archuleta
, 145,  won a six-round unanimous decision over Martha Deitchman, 146. Final judges scores were 59-52, 58-53, and 59-52.

July 19, 2005 -  ESPN2 "Tuesday Night Fights", in Lula, Mississippi, and promoted by Prize Fight Promotions
Ann Wolfe won by TKO in the seventh round when  Monica Nunez did not answer the bell in a slow action bout between the two.   The bout was in the super middleweight division, and scheduled for eight rounds.

July 16, 2005 - at the Coushatta Casino and Resort, Kinder, Louisiana WBAN Record Member's huge MPEG/Photo gallery #272 Audrey Vela, 118,  won a four-round unanimous decision over Maria Lucy Contreras, 115. Vela did not show up for the weigh-in due to still being on the road.  Contreras was there and weighed-in at 115 lbs.  J & P Photography covered this event.

July 16, 2005 in Florence, South Carolina
Donna Biggers won by TKO1 over Jennifer Johnson, pro debut; and in Greensboro, North Carolina.

July 16, 2005 - Greensboro, North Carolina
Ijeoma Egbunine won by TKO1 over Annette Joyner, pro debut.

July 15, 2005 in Monte Gordo, Portugal
Eunice Miranda, pro debut, won by TKO3 over Isabel Almeida, pro debut.

July 15, 2005 - Gund Arena, in Cleveland, Ohio
Vonda Ward, 188, won the World Cruiserweight IBA belt when she defeated Cassandra Geiggar, with a unanimous decision.  Joe Maxse of the Plain Dealer in Cleveland, said that the fight was nearly ended late in the seventh round when a series a punches forced Geiggar to one knee, and that she she got up after the 8-count from referee Jim Villers.  Maxse added, "but that's about all the good you could say for her underwhelming effort."  According to WBAN's insider, Geigger was knocked down twice.  Final judges scores were 100-88.

July 15, 2005 - Fort McDowell Casino, Fountain Hills, Arizona, and promoted by Peter McKinn Boxing
Crystal Hickerson and Victoria Cisneros fought to a four-round majority draw. Cisneros suffered a cut over her right eye.  Final Judges Scores were 39-37, 38-38, and 38-38. Handi Hernandez, pro debut, of Chandler, Arizona, won by :24 seconds TKO2 over Susan Kocab; and Becky Garcia remains undefeated when she won by 1:12 seconds TKO1 over easy foe for most, Patricia Stickler. Tommy Acosta of Fightnews said, "Stickler was being pummeled unmercifully with combinations when referee Ray Scott stopped the fight halfway into the round." Stickler needs to read WBAN's ten reasons when not to take a fight.

July 13, 2005 - Majestic Star Casino, Gary, Indiana
Promoted by F & F Berns Boxing

Amy Yuratovac, 143, won by 1:37, in the third round by TKO over Ebony Teague, 152.

July 12, 2005 -  ESPN2's Tuesday Night Fights, at the Playboy Mansion, in Los Angeles, California
On the undercard and televised, Rita Valentini, 124.5, now, 6-3-0 (3KO), won a four-round unanimous decision over
Crystal Morales, 128. now 0-1-1 (0KO). Final judges scores were 40-36, 39-37, and 39-37 for Valentini.

July 10, 2005 - Ranchman’s Bar, Calgary, AB, Canada
Lightweight Amy Johnson, won a four-round unanimous decision over pro debuter Heather Black. Final judges scores were 40-36, 40-36, and 39-37.  This four-rounder was reported to be for some local title, labeled "Women Alberta Provincial Welterweight Title."  In a second women's match, Featherweight Amanda Carriere, won a four-round bout by unanimous decision over Brenda Felter. Final judges scores were 40-36 on all cards.

July 9, 2005 - “A Ring of Their Own” - Georgetown, Guyana
In light heavyweight action Gwendolyn O'Neil scored an eight round unanimous decision over Pamela London; In the Junior bantamweight division, Shondell Alfred won a six-round unanimous decision over Mirasol Miranda; The battle of the heavyweights, Veronica Blackman won a four-round unanimous decision over Tina Hooks; Super Middleweights Laura Ramsey won by second round TKO against Pauline London; and Sharon Ward won by four-round unanimous decision over Geraldine Cox.

July 9, 2005 - Life Sportpark Herrenkrug, in Magdeburg, Germany
source: Ewan Whyte/Jon Fox    Natascha Ragosina
, now 7-0-0 (4KO), remained undefeated when she won by a 10-round unanimous decision over Valerie Mahfood, now 19-9-1 (9KO). The two were fighting for the WIBF super-middleweight (168 lb) continental title. Final judges scores were 99-91, 100-90, and 100-90. The fight was televised by DSF.  Jon Fox, of Europe wrote to WBAN, “Natascha Ragosina has just performed a virtual shutout on Valerie Mahfood. I thought that this was going to be one helluva scrap - but it wasn't. In truth, I realised shortly into the fight that it was only ever going to be a helluva scrap if Mahfood turned it into a war. But she elected not to. As a result she just looked pedestrian and ponderous. For her part, Ragosina was content to keep her opponent on the end of her cultured (but non-lethal) jab. From time to time she woke us from our slumbers with impressive combinations. But these only served to demonstrate that the Russian could have achieved a stoppage at any time she had chosen to exert herself. Unfortunately, she chose not to.”
 Also Ina Menzer won by TKO2 Darya Voitko Report/Photos

July 9, 2005 - Le Cannet, France
report by Ewan Whyte

Myriam Lamare, retained her title in the south of France last night when she stopped 19-year-old Iva Weston of Trinidad in the third round. Weston had begun well enough, using her reach and a snapping left jab to keep Lamare at bay, but the fight began to slip away from her the moment she threw the right. Full Report with photos 

July 9, 2005 - Magdalena, Columbia
Angie Rocha and Paquita Cardona, pro debut, fought to a four-round draw. 

July 9, 2005 -Nairobi, Kenya
Everlyne Odero won a four-round unanimous decision over Monique Chipeta.

July 8, 2005, Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom, Hampton Beach, New Hampshire
Missy Fiorentino scored a six round shutout against Belinda Laracuente. All three judges scored the bout 60-54. With the victory Fiorentino improves to (12-1, 6KO's) while Laracuente falls to (21-10, 6KO's). (©Copyrighted Photographs and story by Peter Mark Heintzelman) Photo Gallery

July 8, 2005 in Radisson Hotel, Morgantown, West Virginia
Angel McNamara, 135,  won by a six-round split decision over Terry Blair, 135 3/4.

July 8, 2005 in Merrillville, Indiana
Mary McGee, 142, stopped Wisconsin's Willicia Moorehead, 137, 1:37 seconds by TKO in the third round. Moorehead is now 2-17-0.

July 8, 2005- Harrah’s Casino, Kansas City, Missouri
Sharon Gaines
, 121, TKO'd Amanda Hilton, 120, 1:26 seconds of the first round, in a scheduled four-round bout.

July 2, 2005 - Reno, Nevada
WBAN Record Member's Pre-fight gallery #268
Elena "Baby Doll"  Reid
, 111.5, won a six-round unanimous decision over Stephanie "All Action" Dobbs,111. WBAN was told that the fight was very good. In the first round, Reid knocked Dobbs to the canvas.  Final judges scores were 60-51, 60-51, and 60-53. 

July 2, 2005 - Hamburg, Germany, on a Universum Box Promotion
Susianna Kentikian, 108, made a short night of when she stopped Simona Pencakova, 1:14 seconds of the second round by TKO. In a second woman’s bout, Julia Sahin, defeated Oksana Romanova, 110 ¼, with an eight round unanimous decision. Final judges scores were 79-73, 79-73, and 77-75.   

July 1, 2005 - New Orleans Hotel and Casino, in Las Vegas, NevadaWBAN Record Member's Fight Photo gallery  #269 Melinda Cooper, 120,  now 16-0-0, of Las Vegas, won a four-round unanimous decision over Mexico's Lina Ramirez, 124.  This is the third time the two have fought with their last bout that took place on May 13, 2005, at the Plaza Hotel.  Their first fight in May of 2004,  ended in an early stoppage of Ramirez. Cooper was originally supposed to fight Susana Morales, but Morales had just fought on June 24th , and was stopped in that bout.  Looks like it is time to move on to other prey in the sport, now that Ramirez is 0-3-0 to Cooper alone. Final judges scores were all 40-36.  ©Copyrighted photos by Rick Pineda. 

July 1, 2005 in Barranquilla, Columbia
Darys Pardo won by KO2 over Yidis Meza.

 
     
     

 

 

 

     
     
     
 
     
     

 

 

     
     
     
 
     
     

 

     
     
     
 
     
     

 

 

 

     
     
     
  
     
     

 

     
     
     
 
     
     

 

 
     
     

 

     
     
     
 
     
     

 

 

 

 

     
     
     
 
     
     

 

 

     
     
     
 
     
     

 

     
     
     
 
     
     

 

     
     
     
 
     
     

 

     
     
     
 
     
     

 

     
     
     
 
     
     
     
     
     
     

 

 

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