September 30, 2005 - Taco Bell Arena, in Boise, Idaho
Bantamweight Tonia Cravens, 117 1/2, pro debuter, of
Albuquerque, New Mexico, won a four-round
unanimous decsion over
Kelly Vannan, 118. Promoter of the event was Casey Thompson.
September 30, 2005 - At the StarPlaza Radisson, in Merrillville, Indiana
Mary McGee, 140, won by 0:51 seconds, KO1 over Brandi Davis,
September 30, 2005 - at Stevens Steak House, City of Commerce, California
Lissette Medel, 128, pro debut, won by a four-round majority
decision over Crystal Morales, 126. .Final
Scores, 37-40, 37-39, and 38-38. David Avila wrote the following:
In her pro debut Lissette Medel edged Crystal Morales in a four
round featherweight showdown at Stevens Steakhouse on Friday.
More than 1,500 saw Medel adjust from an amateur style to pro during
the fight with Morales who continually pounded left hooks in the
first two rounds. Then came the turn around.
“I was really nervous because it was my first pro fight,” said Medel,
an amateur champion who began boxing six years ago. “But after the
first two rounds I was ready to go.” Oxnard’s Morales, with
four pro bouts experience and some amateur
background, jumped out ahead as soon as the bell rang to start the
fight. Methodically walking down Medel, the taller Morales fired
some stiff jabs and found the left hook pretty effective against her
opponent who was moving backward.
The second round saw Medel firing lead right hands against the
aggressive Oxnard fighter. Some stiff jabs by Morales kept her
opponent moving in reverse.“She was intimidated by me,” said Morales
(2-3-1) who was cheered on by Mia St. John sitting nearby. “I had
her moving backward the whole fight.”
It was during the third round that Medel, who was a couple of inches
shorter than Morales, began firing resounding punches to the body
that echoed under the tent pitched on the restaurant parking lot.
During every exchange the Maywood fighter pinpointed a right or left
to the ribs. Though Morales seemed unaffected, the sound of the
blows surely caught the attention of the three judges.
2005 - Vesthallen, Slagelse, Denmark, and promoted by Team Palle
Anita Christensen, 118, of Denmark, won by a fifth round KO
(at the end of the round 1:59 seconds) over Monika Petrova,
119, in a scheduled six-round Bantamweight bout.
September 30, 2005 - Coliseo Pedrin Zorrilla, San Juan, Puerto Rico
1:16 in the first round. (WBAN needs confirmation that the name of
opponent is Jessica Martin or Jessica Martir--not posted on records
site until we determine the correct spelling).
September 29, 2005 - The Paladium, Denver, Colorado
and promoted by Steve Maestas
Super Bantamweight Suzannah Warner, 119, TKO'd
Doreen Hilton, 122, 55 seconds of the first round, in a
scheduled four-round bout. Also, Super Featherweight Elisha
Olivas, 129, 1:32 seconds, TKO2 over Evangelina Abeyta,
124; and lastly, Junior Middleweight Tana Gallegos, 153, 1:53
seconds, TKO2 over Rosanna Euell, 147, in a scheduled
September 29, 2005 in Mozyr, Belarus
Oksana Romanova won by UD4 over Ekaterina Kamadzej,
September 27, 2005 in Budapest, Hungary
Reka Krempf won a six-round decision over Erzsebet Budai.
2005 - L.C. Walker Arena, Muskegon, Michigan
In front of 2,000 boxing fans,
Michigan’s Becky Tice, making her pro
debut, had a four-round draw against boxing veteran Jamie
Whitcomb. The two were fighting in the welterweight division.
September 24, 2005 in Myslowice, Poland
2005, in Luján (Buenos Aires, Argentina), Patricia Alejandra
Giménez, 126 lbs., (Argentina 1-0-0, 0 KOs) (57,200) won by majority
decision over 4 rounds against Graciela Inés Deluca, 122 3/4,
(Argentina 0-3-0, 0 KOs) (55,700). Final judges scores, 38-38,
39-38 1/2, and 39-37 1/2.
Flyweights Julita Tkaczyk, 114 3/4, won by TKO5 over
Simona Pencakova, 110 1/4, now 0-2-1.
September 24, 2005
- Jarrell's Gym, Savannah, Georgia
Donna Biggers, 129, KO'd Keri Hill, 129, in the
third round of a scheduled four-rounder.
September 23, 2005
- Cosquín, Córdoba, Argentina
Super Bantamweight Carolina Marcela Gutierrez (Gaite) won a
four-round unanimous decision over Maria Potenza.
September 23, 2005
- Jean Pierre Complex, Port of Spain, Trinidad, Trinidad And Tobago,
and promoted by ABC Promotions
main event, Lisa “Bad News” Brown, 121 ¾, of Canada, won a
10-round unanimous decision Jackie Chavez, 120, of New
Mexico. The two were fighting for the vacant WIBA Super Bantamweight
world title. Iva Weston of Trinidad, 147, won a split
decision over Elizabeth Mooney, 142.5, in a 10 round bout for
the vacant WIBC welterweight title.
In a battle of the heavyweights, Pamela London, 191TKO’d
Kim Quashie, 260, in the seventh round for the WIBC
Heavyweight title. According to the htstabroeknews
`The Grenade' exploded
from the opening round and later in the fight was declared the
winner of the vacant title when referee Eion Jardine stepped in to
prevent Quashie from absorbing further punishment in the eventful
Perozzi, 159, TKO’d Scroller Carrington, 156, in the
sixth round of a scheduled 10-round title fight for the WIBC
Middleweight title. And lastly, Bantamweight Vicki "Princesstown
Tigress" Boodram, 117, of Trinidad, won a four-round bout by
unanimous decision over (Shondell) Shaundel Thomas, 108.
September 23, 2005 -
Palamacchia, Livorno, Italy
Promoted by Boxe Rosanna Conti Cavini
Super Flyweight Maria Rosa Tabbuso, won a six-round
unanimous decision over Gabriella Rozsa.
September 18, 2005 -
York Hall, Bethnal Green, London, England, promoted by AmPro
Flyweight Shanee Martin, 110¼, TKO'd 0:54,
Albena Atseva, 110½, in the third round of a scheduled six round
September 17, 2005 -
Coliseo Carlos Teo Cruz, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Super Middleweight Yahaira Hernandez won a four-round
unanimous decision (by points) over Damaris Vizcaino. In
another four-round bout, featherweight Maribel Santana won by
a decision (points) over Miguelina Mendez. In a Super
Bantamweight bout, Wendy LaMotta TKO'd Alba Iris
Cespedes in the second round, in a scheduled four-round bout.
Lastly in a 10-round WIBA Fedelatina Bantamweight title bout,
Bantamweight Dahianna (Dayana) Santana won a 10 round decision over
September 17, 2005 -
in Lemoore, California
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Eliza Olson, 135, defeated Jessica Rakoczy
in a 10-round world title bout for the IBA and WBC lightweight
title! In the ninth round, Olson knocked Rakoczy to the canvas.
Final judges scores were 97-92, 97-92, and 98-91.
2005, held at The Pavilion at Coushatta, Kinder, Louisiana
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There was two women’s bouts on the card. In one matchup,
Akondayne Fountain, 160, won a four-round split decision over
Veronica Rucker, 162.5. Judges scores were 36-40,
37-39, and 39-37. In a second women’s match, Yolanda
Swindell, 169, and a four-round draw with last replacement
Valerie Mahfood, 173. Trini Guzman was supposed to fight Swindell
but the night before the weigh-in, she cancelled out. ©photos by
J & P Photography.
September 17, 2005 -
Greenboro, North Carolina
Maureen "Moe" Shea, 128, stopped Katherine
131, in the first round by TKO. The bout was set for
four rounds. Shea is now 2-0-0 (2KO).
September 17, 2005 - Harzlandhalle, Ilsenburg,Germany, and promoted by Sports Event
Steinforth (Report by Ewan Whyte)
It took all of 30 seconds, for super middleweight Natascha Ragosina to
dispatch the overmatched (and not altogether undernourished)
Maria Velichkova of the Czech Republic. With no time amid the
phone-in competitions and ‘co main events’ (one of which featured a
pot-bellied greaser in his forties, who appeared to be drunk) to
show us the full thirty seconds, D:SF cut to the chase:
Velichkova, a huge blonde with teddy-bear ears (the secret love
child, perhaps, of the British Home Secretary?) paws at Ragosina —
you can’t call it a jab; it’s a kind of circular, up-down-and-back
movement, like that of the shaft turning the wheels of a locomotive
— and Ragosina answers with a perfectly executed right cross that
catches her on the left cheek, spinning her round and leaving her
doubled over, as though wanting to vomit. The referee, several yards
from the action, looks at the state of her and charges to the
rescue, shouting at Ragosina to hold off. As it is, Ragosina’s
follow-up, which he’s too late to prevent, is merely a looping left
intended to turn her stricken opponent round and set her up for the
Standing either side of the diminutive referee as the result is
announced, they look like Valkyrie: Ragosina, with her blonde braids
plastered onto her scalp like a helmet (though her hair’s so
abundant it takes two pony tails to keep the rest out of her face),
and Velichkova, who must be over six foot, a vanquished giantess.
Even with her shoulders slumped, she looks far bigger than her
opponent. In her cylindrical aluminium shorts (a dustbin with the
bottom kicked out?), she’s a turkey too big for the oven. Young,
too. Pretty from this angle; but with that far-away look you see in
newsreels of prisoners of war running through the whole Miltonic
fiasco a second time in their minds, as though even that were
preferable to living in the present.
There seems to be an inexhaustible supply of teenagers in eastern
Europe and the Dominican Republic willing to try their luck in
German rings against thoroughbreds like Ragosina and Graf. This one
was weeks away from full fitness. As usual, we were told she was
‘not be underestimated’; that they were saying great things about
her in her native land. To judge from her tearful, crestfallen
demeanour after the fight, she, too, had believed them. In
a second women's match, Flyweights Susianna Kentikian defeated
Renata Vesecka in the fourth round by 58 seconds TKO.
September 16, 2005 - Isleta Casino & Resort, Albuquerque,
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Before a sold-out crowd of 3,000, in the main event Holly Holm,
142.5, defeated Christy “The Coal Miner’s Daughter” Martin,
37, 141.5, of West Virginia in a shutout 10 round bout. Judges Rocky
Burke of Las Cruces and Chuck Giampa of Las Vegas, Nevada., scored
the fight 100-92, and Judge Fred Flutey of Tampa, Fla., scored it
98-92. Martin is now 46-4-2 (32KO), and Holm improved her record to
September 16, 2005,
Bell Center, Montreal, QC, Canada
Danielle Bouchard, 119 1/4, won by a four-round unanimous decision over
Michelle Herron, 117 3/4. Judges scores were 40-36 on all
cards. Promoted by Innerbox.
September 16, 2005,
at the Aragon Ballroom, in
Rita Figueroa won by a six-round unanimous decision over
Maria Nava. This was a scheduled six-round bout in the junior
welterweight division. Final judges scores were 60-54, 60-54,
September 10, 2005 -
Terrible's Casino, St. Joseph, Missouri, promoted by Danger-Fire
Sandra Ortiz, 101, TKO'd Jennifer Trzicky, 102, 0:47
seconds in the second round by TKO, in a scheduled four round bout.
2005 - Fönix Sport Center, in Debrecen, Hungary
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In the co-main-event on the card, the "Hungarian Boxprincess" Dr.
Bettina Csabi, 116.5, won a 10-round unanimous decision and
retained her WIBF-GBU Bantamweight title when she defeated Kenyan
Zarrika Fatuma, 118. Csabi out pointed Fatuma throughout the
bout. This fight was not remarkable or spectacular,
because Fatuma committed fouls throughout the match! Final scoring
was: Imre Nagy (HUN) 98:93, Venciclav Nikolov (BUL) 98:92, Ernst
Salzgeber (AUT) 99:94. In a second match, the WIBF-GBU
flyweight world champion Viktoria Milo, 111.4, won a
unanimous decision against the former Hungarian amateur champion
contender Beatrix Farago, 111.4, through four rounds.
The bout was not exciting, due to Farago trying to compensate her
less professional experience with stepping backwards throughout the
bout. This may have been too much for Farago to take on Milo this
soon in her boxing career. Milo's is now (14-4; 3KO's), and
Farago took her first loss as a professional and is now (3-1;
2KO's). Report by JollyDee
September 10, 2005
-Casino Aztar, in Evansville, Indiana
Kelli Cofer, 127.4, of Ohio, won a six-round unanimous
decision over Angel McNamara, 130.4. Final judges scores were
59-55, 59-55, and 58-56. The contract weight was for 130 lbs, plus
or minus one pound. Originally Kristy Follmar was supposed to
fight on this card, but WBAN was told that they could not find an
opponent for her. WBAN spoke to Cofer today, and she said that she
would like to fight Follmar in the near future. Cofer also said that
even though she weighed low on one scale they had used, she fights
at 130. WBAN also received a brief overview of the fight by a
ringside observer, and they told WBAN the following: "Both are used
to fighting defensively and counter punching. Probably the first
time each has fought someone their own height. Angel an inch or 2
taller. They both appeared to wait on the other for a short time and
then Kelli took the fight to Angel and easily outscored her with her
quick punching and footwork. Angel would wait and then throw a quick
flurry but was outpunched overall around 3 or 4 to 1. Kelli landed
several strong right hooks to the body and head and straight lefts
to the body and head. Angel landed a few looping rights. Angel
appeared to be in trouble at the end of the 5th when she almost came
through the ropes in Kelli's corner. Wobbled by hooks a couple of
times in a couple of rounds but recovered easily. Kelli never
appeared to be in any trouble. Angel appeared the more tired of the
two in the last 2 rounds."
September 10, 2005 in
Lana Alexander and Chris Sepulvado fought to a
September 10, 2005
-DM-Aren, Karlsruhe, Germany
Promoted by: Universum Box Promotion
Regina Halmich, 111, won a
10-round split decision over Spain's Maria Jesus Rosa, 111.5.
Halmich successfully defended her WIBF Flyweight world titld.
Judges scores were 94-96, 98-92, and 96-94.
Round report WBAN
was told that it was an excellent bout, but that the decision was
controversial. Also, Alesia Graf, 118, won by
1:42 seconds, KO3 over
Liliana Martinez, 119; and Ina Menzer, 126, won a ten-round decision
over Damaris Muthoni Mwgani, 124.
September 10, 2005 -
Topsportcentrum, Rotterdam, ZH, Netherlands Bulgarian Galina
now 6-4-2 (0KO), defeated Esther Schouten, of the
Netherlands, with a six-round unanimous decision. The event
was promoted by Top Sports Group.
September 10, 2005 -
Henry Gonzales Convention Center, San Antonio, Texas, and promoted
by Roy Englebrecht Promotions
Elizabeth Villareal, pro debut, won a four-round unanimous
decision over Bridget Wise.
September 10, 2005 -Sportcenter
Jumps, Berlin, Weissensee, Germany
Patricia Sibilska won by a four-round unanimous decision over
September 9, 2005 in
Alejandra Oliveras, pro debut, won by a four-round unanimous
decision over Maria del Carmen Montiel.
September 4, 2005,
at the Club Los Cachorros, in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Super Middleweight Gardy Pena, 163, won by TKO4 over
Yesenia Casanova, 160, in a scheduled six-round bout;
Mery Rancier, 163, won a four-round unanimous decision
over Martha Medina, 167; lastly, Super Flyweight Marylin
Hernandez, 115, TKO6 Carolina Martinez, 115, in a
scheduled 10-round bout.
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In the main
event, Krisztina "Baby" Belinszky, (16-4-2; 9KO's) successfully
defended her WIBF-GBU Minimumweight World title by a unanimous
decision over American opponent Stephanie "All action" Dobbs
(18-19-2; 10KO's). The bout was action-packed throughout the 10
round bout. Scoring: Daniel Van de Wiele (BEL) 97-94, Miklos Döry
(HUN) 97:93, and Walter Shall (AUT) 100-92 for Belinszky.
September 2, 2005
-Centro de Espectáculos Modelo, Obregón, in Mexico
Rivas, 117.9, 17 years old, TKO'd Martha Leticia Arevalo,
117.9, in the sixth round. Ewan Whyte wrote, "The two will be
fighting a six rounder on the undercard. The card is promoted by
Promociones Box Latino.Jazmín Rivas at Thursday’s weigh-in for her
third meeting with Martha Leticia Arévalo; and last night at the
Centro de Espectáculos Modelo de Obregón, Sonora, she did just that,
‘wiping the floor´ with the Jaliscan, according to the only
published account, though it wasn’t until the last of the six
scheduled rounds — the twentieth the two have fought in the last
fourteen months — that the defences of a stubborn opponent finally
collapsed. Whilst hardly the jackpot — that’ll have to wait until
21st October, when she fights Kwang Ok Kim in South Korea for the
WBC world title — the teenager’s victory, obtained with what was
described as ‘explosive punching’, provoked a windfall of sorts, as
spectators expressed their appreciation of both fighters by throwing
coins into the ring — as, indeed, they had after their first fight
in July last year."