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OCTOBER 2005

October 29, 2005 - Sano Paulo, Brazil
Duda Yankovich, 141, stopped Sandra Santos, 138.9,  in the 42 seconds of the first round. Santos was making her pro debut.  Yankovich is now 2-0-0 (1KO).  This was a scheduled four-round bout at 141 lbs. Yankovich told WBAN, that she hopes to be able to get a rematch with her first opponent Guillhermina Fernandes, who wants to fight Duda again.

October 29, 2005 - Sky Ute Casino, Ignacio, Colorado
Terri Cruz won the vacant IFBA Bantamweight title over Heather Percival by a 10-round unanimous decision. Judges Scorecards read 96-94 (Mr. Stapleton) NM, 98-92 (Mr. Mora) NM and 96-94 (Mr. Berzoza) CO, all for Cruz.  
Full Fight report with photos on New Mexico Boxing

October 29, 2005 - Dr. Papp László Sportarena, in Szentes, Hungary
Anastasia Toktaulova
, 106 ¼, of Moscow, Russia (fighting out of California), defeated Hungarian Viktoria Milo, 107 ¼, in a 10-round title bout for the vacant WIBF junior flyweight title. Final judges scores were 95-96, 92-98, and 90-100.

October 29, 2005 - Dombasle, France
Anne Sophie Mathis won by a ninth round TKO over Nathalie Toro, now 14-1-0 (6KO), of Luik, Belgium.  Toro was defending her junior welterweight EBU title. A WBAN insider said that the fight was an  incredible bout between the two boxers,  with the crowd standing throughout the bout.  The bout was all-action throughout the bout, and considered one of the best fights on the card. Nathalie had been hit hard in the second and third rounds, but stayed standing.  She recovered, knowing she was behind on points. Toro came back with her own artillery in the later rounds, hitting her hard in 6, 7, 8 round. But at the end of the ninth round, Toro got hit with a hard combination of a left/right, and she fell to the canvas. The ref counted her to nine, and then stopped the fight. 

October 29, 2005 -Oranienburg, Germany
Natascha Ragosina
, 167.5,  of Kazakhstan knocked out the hopelessly outclassed Monica Mwakasanga, 166.7,  of Tanzania, 1:40 seconds into the second round, to win the vacant WIBF World Super Middleweight championship. The fight topped the bill on D:SF's SES-Boxabend on the Astra satellite. In a second match, Flyweight Susianna Kentikan stopped Svetla Taskova, in the second round.

October 28, 2005 - Las Vegas, New Mexico
Jodi Esquibel, 109,  won a fouir-round unanimous decision over  Suzannah Warner, 108. Esquibel out gunned Warner, winning by 39-37 on all judges score cards.   Esquibel is now 2-0, and Warner is 1-1.
 

October 28, 2005  -Fray Luis Beltrán, Rosario, Santa Fein Santa Fe, Argentina
Gabriela Zapata, 143 1/4, won a four-round unanimous decision over Guillermina Fernandez, 143 1/4.
 

October 28, 2005 - in Cabazan, California
Trudy Mayes won by four round majority decision Demi Nguyes, pro debut.

October 27, 2005  - Capitol Plaza Hotel Jefferson City, Missouri, and promoted by Schuster Promotions LLC
Liz Drew, 140,  won by 1:03 seconds, TKO1 over Jasmine Davis, 145,  and Kristin Rambo, 157,  and Susan Winner, 156, pro debut, fought to a majority four-round draw.  The judges scores were 37-38, 38-38, and 38-38.

October 26, 2005 -  Joe DeGuardia’s Star Boxing returns with a seven-fight black-tie dinner-show benefit at the Hilton Hotel in New York City, NY
Melissa "Hurracan" Hernandez, 126,  making her pro debut,  won an all-action majority decision against Zhang Mao Mao, 126.  Final judges scoring was  40-36, 40-36, 38-38. It was said that the fight between Hernandez and Zhang was the best fight of the night. Belinda Laracuente is Hernandez's manager. Laracuente told WBAN,  If you thought I was fast look at her (Melissa). She 's going to pick up where I left off."

October 25, 2005 in Budapest, Hungary
Reka Krempf won by TKO2 over Erzsebet Budai.

October 22, 2005 - Pope County Fairgrounds, in Russellville, Arkansas (exhibition)
Tachany Evans, 174,  fought in an exhibition match against Cassandra Geiggar, 189, in a scheduled four-rounder on the card.  In the third round, the fight was stopped when Evans discontinued fighting in the exhibition.

October 22, 2005 - Emerald Queen Casino, in Tacoma, WA WBAN Photo gallery #299  Login
Molly McConnell, 140, of Portland, Oregon, looked sharp in defeating Janae Archuleta, 140, of Denver, Colorado. McConnell controlled the action with short quick hard jabs, while Archuleta tried to land big shots to McConnell's body. Each time Archuleta fired a shot to the ribs, McConnell came over the top and most of the time she landed. By the end of the second round Archuleta's eyes were beginning to swell as she was taking some punishment. McConnell stepped up her pressure in the third, and there was nowhere for Archuleta to run. When McConnell pinned her on the ropes and began to land lefts and rights, the referee stepped in to stop the fight. The official time was 55 seconds of the third round, a TKO victory for Molly McConnell, now 5-1-0. Archuleta falls to 5-13-1.

October 22, 2005 - Brandberge Arena, in Halle, Germany,
 and promoted by Universum Box Promotion
 
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Ina Menzer
, 125.5,  defeated Silke Weickenmeier, 124.5, for the WIBF Featherweight Title.  Final judges scores: 93-97, 92-98, and 92-98.
  Check out the slideshow of photos! 

October 21, 2005- Mohegan Sun, Uncasville,  Uncasville, Connecticut
Chika Nakamura, 138.5, won by a four-round unanimous decision over Cimberly Harris, 150.  According to news sources, Nakamura had no problem in dominating the bout. She threw fast combinations, and was able to move out of the way of Harris when Harris countered. Judges scoring was 40-36, 40-36, and 39-37. 
 

October 21, 2005 in Cordoba, Argentina
Carolina Marcela Gutierrez Gaite won by KO1 over Lourdes Gonzalez de Ocampo.

October 21, 2005 - Caesars Casino, Elizabeth, Indiana
Junior Welterweight Mary McGee, 138.5,  won by 1:53 seconds, TKO1 over Brandy Pope, 138.5, pro debut.
 

October 21, 2005 - in Broadbeach, Queensland District, Australia
Sharon Anyos
, 123½,  won by a ten-round unanimous decision over Marcela Eliana Acuna, 124¾,  for the WBC vacant Featherweight title.  Final judges scores were 96-94, 96-94, and 97-93.  "I'm here to knock her out," says Acuña, According to an interview in this morning's Olé, Marcela Acuña sees herself 'virtually obliged' to win tonight's fight with Sharon Anyos for the WBC Featherweight title by knockout: "Otherwise, you know how it goes when you're fighting abroad: you think you're miles ahead and get a nasty surprise at the end when they read the scorecards." The Argentinian knows the 6,000-strong crowd will do everything in its power to lift the local girl (whom Olé describes, somewhat unkindly, as a ´Barbie doll´) but says that won't affect her: "I hope she'll come out and attack me. That'll suit me just fine. I'm here to knock her out. I want to get this over fast and go home - taking the belt with me. I haven't seen my two children for ages."   Acuna DID not knock out Anyos, and Anyos is now the new WBC Champion. by Ewan Whyte (Pre-fight info)

October 21, 2005 - North Korea
Kwang Ok Kim won by UD10 over Jazmin Rivas; and Myung Ok Ryu won by UD10 over Alicia Ashley. Both bouts were for WBC belts.

October 19, 2005 - Adiamo, in Warren, Michigan
Mary Jo Sanders, 148.5,  now 18-0-0, won by a six-round unanimous decsion over Yvonne Reis, 148.5.This will be a move up in weigh for Sanders when they fight at super middleweight. No other details at this time.
 

October 17, 2005 - Auditorio Municipal de Tijuana, in Mexico
Jackie Nava
of Mexico, successfully defended her WBC World Super Bantamweight title against Susana Vázquez, also of Mexico.  Nava won by a 10-round unanimous decision. According to Box Latino, Vásquez proved a worthy opponent, keeping the pressure on Nava at all times, but by the sixth her face already bore the traces of Nava's heavier punches, whilst both her nostrils were bleeding from the champion's jab. The judges scored it 119-111, 119-111, 120-112.
 Pre-Fight report

October 16, 2005 in Quaregnon, Belgium
Zelda Tekin won by TKO3 over Daniela David.

October 15, 2005 in Kiskunfelegyhaza, Hungary
Judith Palacian and Gabriella Rozsa fought to a six-round draw. 


October 15, 2005 -Mehrzweckhalle, Düsseldorf, Germany, on a card promoted by Universum Box Promotion

Julia Sahin, of Germany, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Daniela Graff, for a German Flyweight title.  Final judges scores were 96-94, 98-92, and 98-92. 
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October 15, 2005 in Columbia, South Carolina
Donna Biggers won by six-round unanimous decision over Tiffany Ibanez.  WBAN was told by an insider that this was the best fight of the night on the card, and that the two battled it out for six rounds. Also pro debuter Melinda Woody from Tennessee won by TKO2 over Michele Taylor, of Florida.

October 15, 2005 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic Cindy Serrano won by TKO1 over Luisa Maria Romero.

October 9, 2005 - Final Results - (Amateur) National PAL Championships,  Oxnard, California, (from October 2 to October 9, 2005.)   Sunday, October 9 – Open Division Championship Bouts - Source: Adam Pollack
Female/101 lbs: Colleen Loo, Mililani, Hawaii, dec. Adri Harding, San Diego, Calif., 15-7; Male/106 lbs: Louie Padilla, Las Vegas, Nev., dec. Marco Rangel, Scottsdale, Ariz., 17-7; Male/112 lbs: Aaron Alafa, Visalia, Calif., dec. Leodegario Santa Cruz, Lincoln Heights, Calif., 11-9; Female/114 lbs: Gabriela Barragan, Hillsboro, Ore., dec. Heather Heaps, Moreno Valley, Calif., 14-2; Female/119 lbs: Emily Klinefelter, Iowa City, Iowa, dec. Nicole Silveira, Peabody, Mass., 8-6; Male/119 lbs: Jamal Parram, St. Louis, Mo., dec. Saul Arias, Whittier, Calif., 33-14; Female/125 lbs: Jennifer Barber, Northridge, Calif., dec. Jennifer Han, El Paso, Texas, 14-1; Male/125 lbs: Sadam Ali, Brooklyn, N.Y., dec. Luis Del Valle, Newburgh, N.Y., 14-13; Female/132 lbs: Caroline Barry, Nashville, Tenn., dec. Althea Martin, Atlantic City, N.J., 10-8; Male/132 lbs: Miguel Garcia, Oxnard, Calif., won on retirement over Jorge Ceron, Doraville, Ga., RET-4; Female/138 lbs: Brittany Inkrote, Red Lion, Pa., dec. Whitney Drayton, Boston, Mass., 5-3; Male/141 lbs: Jeremy Bryan, Clifton, N.J., dec. Marshall Christmas, Fort Carson, Colo., 11-2; Male/152 lbs: DeAndre Latimore, St. Louis, Mo., dec. Jose Orozco, Fort Worth, Texas, 21-17; Female/154 lbs: Jenna Johlin, Toledo, Ohio dec. Stefanie Taylor, Canoga, Calif., 13-5; Female/165 lbs: Alanna Huggins, Fort Worth, Texas, stopped Tyiesha West, Vancouver, Wash., RSC-1; Male/165 lbs: Daniel Jacobs, Brooklyn, N.Y., won on disqualification over Shawn Estrada, Lynwood, Calif., DQ-4; Male/178 lbs: Christopher Downs, Fort Carson, Colo., dec. Yathomas Riley, San Diego, Calif., 6-4; Male/201 lbs: Adam Willett, Bellport, N.Y., dec. Eric Fields, Ardmore, Okla., 8-4; Male/201+ lbs: Mike Wilson, Medford, Ore., dec. Lenroy Thomas, Oldsmar, Fla., 16-5.

October 8, 2005 - Harrah's, Laughlin, Nevada
WBAN MPEG/Photo galleries, #298-, #297, #296, #295, *294, Photos only  in #293, #292   Login
  First Round TKO

In the outdoor Amphitheatre, on an all-women's card, in "A Ring of Their Own" boxing event, in the first fight of the night, Shadina Pennybaker, had an outright war with Daria Hill of New Jersey, in six "tough"  rounds of boxing.  In what could have been the best fight of the night (but as boxing fans found out) all of the matches could have been classified as the best fight of the night, Pennybaker won by a close unanimous decision.   Both fighters not only displayed great skill, but very good sportsmanship. Final judges scores 57-55, 56-55, 56-55. The second fight of the night was a six rounder between Jeannine Garside, 130,  of Windsor, Canada and Rita Valentini, 125, of Hollywood, California.  The fight started out to be even, but it did not take long for Garside to dominate the bout.  Garside won by a fifth round TKO, 1:25 seconds,  Garside is a stellar example, why women should try to learn their skills in the amateurs before turning pro.  She went to the body, throwing effective combinations, and as the fight progressed she continued to put more pressure on Valentini.   In the third match, they had a special feature with Elena "Baby Doll" Reid fighting a four-round exhibition against Carina Moreno.  Reid and Moreno were both warming up for their world title bouts. Reid is fighting Regina Halmich in a rematch on December 3,  2005, in Germany (WIBF belt), and Moreno will be fighting Siriporn in Thailand (WBC belt).  In a fourth match, Laura "Lady Ram" Ramsey, 164, of Florida, fought Sweden's Asa Sandell, 165.  In the first round, WBAN had Sandell ahead, as she was throwing crisp jabs, and had an obvious height advantage. In the second round, Sandell began to have a nose bleed, and had an accidental slip this round. In the sixth round, Ramsey knocked Sandell to the canvas, with her taking an eight count. Ramsey won the fight by a six-round split decision.  In the main event, Wendy Rodriguez, 105,  won an eight-round unanimous decision over Yvonne Caples, 105.  The two mixed it up for eight rounds, with Rodriguez out-pointing Caples.  There were no knockdowns in the bout.  Arnie Rosenthal, and Ken Weiss, along with matchmaker Wanda Bruce put on an excellent show, with great matchups.
Full Details- Behind the Scenes with TL Fox in Laughlin .Part I     Part II 

October 8, 2005, at the Silver Reef Casino, Ferndale, Washington
Tricia Turton, 148, now 5-0-0 (2KO), won an eight-round majority decision over Lisa Holewyne, 150.  The final judges scores were 74-78, 75-77, and 76-76.  The two were fighting for the Pacific Northwest Boxing Federation Women’s Junior Middleweight Title.  An insider covering the bout, said that the fight was pretty close, though Turton landed the harder and more accurate shots. 

October 8, 2005 - At the Club 12 rounds, Borisov,Belarus
Oksana Romanova, won a four-round unanimous decision over Valentina Sheveleva, who was making her pro debut.  Also,
Tatiana Riabokoylenko won by UD4 over Ludmila Davidovskaja, pro debut.

October 8, 2005 - Greensboro, North Carolina
Maureen "Moe" Shea, 134,  won a unanimous four round decision over Darnella Barnes, 134, in Greensboro, NC.  Shea was originally scheduled to box Barnes on September 17 but Barnes came in much too heavy at that time.  Barnes came to fight and showed tremendous strength as Shea dominated all the rounds with an onslaught of punches.  Barnes never gave up under tremendous pressure in her professional debut.  Maureen Shea's record now stands at 3-0 with 2 wins coming by KO.  World class trainer Hector Roca was in Shea's corner as she continues to progress.  The card was promoted by Cheryl Nance. 

October 8, 2005 - Vinne Jazero, Slovakia
Jarka Blahova won a four-round decision over Maja Hriadelova, pro debut.

October 8, 2005 - at the Red and White Club, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
In a rematch, Amanda Carriere, 131, won by 1:22 seconds,  KO2 over Brenda Felter, 131.5.  News sources said that Carriere knocked out Felter with a body shot.  Apparently in round one, Carriere knocked Felter to the canvas with only about 10 seconds to go in the round, but Felter managed to weather the storm, and came out for the second round.  When Carrierre dropped her in the second round, she didn't get up. According to one report, Felter suffered a broken rib.

October 7, 2005 in Glendale, Arizona
Hondi Hernandez won by TKO1 over Veronica Gonzalez.

October 2-9, 2005 - National Pal Championships, Oxnard, California  (Amateur)
Friday, October 7 – Semifinal Bouts
Intermediate/106 lbs: Javier Damien, Long Beach, Calif., dec. Jason Haines, National City, Calif., 8-7Intermediate/114 lbs: Pedro Sosa, Bronx, N.Y., dec. Carlos Rodriguez, Oxnard, Calif., 13-6Intermediate/106 lbs: Joe Mukul, Oxnard, Calif., dec. Alejandro Luna, Whittier, Calif., 15-6Intermediate/125 lbs: George Rincon, Carrolton, Texas, dec. Julio Miramontes, Pueblo, Colo., 21-3 Intermediate/125 lbs: Emanuel Taylor, Edgewood, Md., dec. Jhong Lee, Yuba
City, Calif., 24-8 Intermediate/119 lbs: Xavier Montelongo, East Los Angeles, Calif., dec. Adam Munguilla, Calif., Los Angeles, 8-4 Senior/119 lbs: Rockne Harrris, Garland, Texas dec. Roman Morales, San Ardo,  Calif., 10-4 Senior/119 lbs: Christopher Avalos, Lancaster, Calif., dec. Gary Sanchez,
Las Cruces, N.M., 19-7 Senior/125 lbs: Steven Weimer, York, Pa., dec. Casey Ramos, Austin, Texas,  13-9 Senior/125 lbs: Ovanes Markaryan, Hollywood, Calif., stopped Adrian Vargas, National City, Calif., RSC-2  Senior/132 lbs: Jessie Vargas, Las Vegas, Nev., dec. Bryan O’Connor, Bronx, N.Y., 23-9 Senior/132 lbs: Roberto Vargas, Santa Ana, Calif., dec. Edwin Valdez, Los  Angeles, Calif., 11-11 (47-47, 3-2 judges poll) Senior/145 lbs: Joseph Smith, Shirley, New York, dec. Rene Godoy,  California, 7-5 Senior/154 lbs: Keith Thurman, Oldsmar, Fla., stopped Alfonso Hurtado, Lompoc, Calif., RSCH-1 Senior/154 lbs: Pedro Cisneros, Long Beach, Calif., dec. Michael Molina,  Lansdale, Pa., 16-7Senior/165 lbs: Patrick Estrada, Lynwood, Calif., dec. Travis Peterkin,  Brooklyn, N.Y., 6-3 Senior/176 lbs: Erron Neal, Cincinnati, Ohio stopped Troy Lassiter,  Cincinnati, Ohio, RSCO-2 Senior/176 lbs: Keith Tapia, Bronx, N.Y., dec. Salvador Lopez, Lompoc,  Calif., 19-2 Open female/119 lbs: Emily Klinefelter, Iowa City, Iowa, dec. Cynthia  Talmadge, San Francisco, Calif., 16-11 Open female/119 lbs: Nicole Silveira, Peabody, Mass., dec. Netta Agredano,  Tucson, Ariz., 15-4 Open female/125 lbs: Jennifer Han, El Paso, Texas, dec. Katy Klinefelter,  Iowa City, Iowa, 8-5  Open female/125 lbs: Jennifer Barber, Northridge, Calif., dec. Teresa  O’Toole, Nashville, Tenn., 3-1 Open female/132 lbs: Althea Martin, Mays Landing, N.J., dec. Christina Avalos, Lancaster, Calif., 17-3 Open female/132 lbs: Caroline Barry, Nashville, Tenn., dec. Katonya Fisher,  Visalia, Calif., 9-8 Open/119 lbs: Jamal Parram, St. Louis, Mo., dec. Duran Caferro, Helena,  Mont., 20-11 Open/125 lbs: Saddam Ali, Brooklyn, N.Y., won on walkover Open/125 lbs: Luis Del Valle, Newburgh, N.Y., dec. Walter Sarnoi, Monterey  Park, Calif./NMU, 5-4 Open/132 lbs: Miguel Garcia, Oxnard, Calif., dec. Isaiah Williams-Windley, Akron, Ohio, 21-7
Open/132 lbs: Jorge Ceron, Doraville, Ga., dec. James Berry, Baltimore, Md., 12-12 (44-44, 4-1 judges poll) Open/141 lbs: Jeremy Bryan, Clifton, N.J., dec. Van Oscar Penovaroff,  Holyglog, Hawaii, 6-3 Open/141 lbs: Marshall Christmas, Fort Carson, Colo., dec. Eric Canales, Camp Lejeune, N.C., 8-7
Open/152 lbs: DeAndre Latimore, St. Louis, Mo., dec. Eliezer Cepeda, Miami  Gardens, Fla., 20-9 Open/152 lbs: Jose Orozco, Fort Worth, Texas, stopped Gerardo Lopez, Vacaville, Calif., RSC-2 Open/165 lbs: Shawn Estrada, Lynwood, Calif., dec. Tristan Todd, Memphis, Tenn., 18-0 Open/165 lbs: Daniel Jacobs, Brooklyn, N.Y., dec. Clarence Joseph, Fort Carson, Colo., 20-12 Open/178 lbs: Yathomas Riley, San Diego, Calif., dec. Joshua Garza, Baytown,
Texas, 8-4 Open/178 lbs: Christopher Downs, Fort Carson, Colo., dec. William Rosinsky,  Brooklyn, N.Y., 12-10 Open/201 lbs: Adam Willett, Bellport, N.Y., dec. Kenneth Lacy, St.  Petersburg, Fla., 12-6 Open/201 lbs: Eric Fields, Ardmore, Okla., dec. James Zimmerman, San Jose,  Calif., 6-6 (36-31), results sent in by Adam Pollack.

October 7, 2005 - La Carte Event Pavilion, Tampa Florida
StarFight Productions brought another night of exciting boxing to the A La Carte Event Pavilion in Tampa, Florida. The main event between the number one super featherweight in the world (WIBA and IBA World Champion) Chevelle "Mo Baby" Hallback (24-4-1, 11 KOs, 1 ND), 135 lbs, and Melissa "Honey Girl" Del Valle (29-5-1, 11 KOs, 1 ND), 137.5 lbs, ended in a no-contest. The bout came to a sudden end at the start of the third round when an accidental headbutt occurred. Hallback stepped in to throw a combination, Del Valle stepped forward in what appeared to be an effort to clinch/hold Hallback causing the forehead of Hallback and the mouth of Del Valle to collide. Immediately after, blood could be seen gushing out of the upper right lip of Del Valle. Referee Telis Assimenios stepped in and called for time as the ringside doctor inspected Del Valle's lip. Thereafter, he determined that there was no way for Del Valle to continue and the match was thus ruled a no decision. Del Valle's lip had a gash about an inch in length with the skin and tissue frayed. Official time of stoppage was at the 0:11 mark of the third. This was the first time in Hallback's career that she has fought in her hometown of Tampa. Next up for Hallback will be on Rock & Sock Promotions all female pay-per-view November 18 from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Hallback is scheduled to defend her WIBA world title against fellow Floridian Belinda Laracuente.

October 7, 2005 - Blue Horizon, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Promoted by Blue Horizon Boxing Promotions
Welterweight Jill Emery, 144, on a six-round unanimous decision over Maria Nava, 140.5.  Judges scores were 60-52, 60-53, and 60-53.

October 7, 2005 - Teo Cruz Coliseum, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Bantamweight Dahianna Santana, of the Dominican Republic, won by a TKO in the third round over Carolina Martinez, also with the Dominican Republic.

October 5, 2005 in Budapest, Hungary
Judith Palacian and Beatrix Farago fought to a four-round draw. 

October 5, 2005-Blue Alligator Gym, Budapest, Hungary
Reka Krempf, 114 3/4, won a four-round unanimous decision over Lilla Barabas, 110 1/4.

October 1, 2005 - EWE Arena in Oldenburg, Germany
Heidi Hartmann, 154¼, of Uplengen, Germany, won by a first round 1:53 KO of Mariana Garcia, 159¼,  of San Pedro de Macorism  Dominican Republic.  Hartman commented to the press that Team Hartman are dreaming of a fight against Laila Ali in Berlin in December of this year.  Hartmann won the vacant WIBF Middleweight Title.
 Photo slideshow

October 1, 2005 - at the Sports Palace,  in Bolivar, Colombia
Leli Luz Florez won by KO1 over Viviana Teheran, pro debut.  (The Sports Palace in Colombia is a venue that houses sports events,  pro and amateur, and musical, cultural and business events.  The site can hold 5,000 people. )
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October 1, 2005 in Civic Arena,  St. Joseph, Missouri
Holly Shores, 90,  4'11", won by 1:13 seconds,  TKO2 over Shelly Pierce, 104,  pro debut. The bout was scheduled for four rounds.

October 1, 2005 - Nationwide Arena, in Columbus, Ohio
Super featherweight Kelli Cofer, now 12-3-4 (4KO), of Willard, Ohio, won a six round majority decision over Angel McNamara, 4-3-1 (2KO), of Cambridge, Maryland. The two had first fought on Sept. 10th where Cofer won that match.

October 1, 2005 - Roppongi Velfarre,  Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Emiko Raika, 129,  won an eight-round decision over Belinda Laracuente, 130 (Open letter from Team Laracuente in regards to Raika Bout); Rie Fijimoto, 111¼ and Misa Morimoto fought to a majority draw, when in a scheduled six-round bout, the fight went to the scorecards after Morimoto suffered a cut from a headbutt in the fifth round.One judge had the fight for Fijimoto, and the other two scored the bout a draw. In a four-rounder on the undercard United States boxer, Stacey Reile, 126 won by a unanimous decision over Ariya of Japan. Final judges scores had all cards as 40-36. Japan's Tsubasa, 111 1/4,  won a four-round decision over Hitomi Hayashi; Anri, 106.5,  and Miyuki Kondon fought to a four-round draw; Teruko Shinpo, 132 3/4,  won by a four-round unanimous decision over Megumi Yabushita, 134 1/4; Junko Minagawa, 116 3/4,  won a four-round decision over Tsunami, 117. 
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