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MARCH 2006

March 31, 2006 in Barranquilla, Columbia
Darys Pardo
won by KO2 over Yidis Meza.
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March 31, 2006 - Municipal Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee
Melinda Woody, 129,  won a four-round unanimous decision over Ashlyn Johnson, 126. Final judges scores were 40-36 on all cards.
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March 31, 2006 in Chubut, Argentina
Claudia Lopez won a four-round decision over Maria del Carmen Potenza
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March 29, 2006 in Kosice, Slovakia
Jana Matisova, pro debut, won a four-round decision over Lucie Hornakova.  This was a scheduled four-round in a super-featherweight division. 
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March 28, 2006 - Remington Park, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Stephanie Dobbs,
20-20-2,  won by UD5 over winless Savanna Hill.  Hill is now 0-4-0. Scores 50-45 all cards. It is amazing that a boxer with that little of experience as Hill, with no wins on her record,  can do so well against someone with over 40 fights.  WBAN would like to see the footage on this bout.
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March 25, 2006 - Indio, California
A pair of young bantamweights Kaliesha West and Tonia Cravens hammered away at each other in a glimpse of the future.  Before more than 1,000 at the Fantasy Springs Resort Casino, West out-punched Craven in the four-round affair on Saturday to win by unanimous decision in her second pro fight. Craven came out swinging lefts and rights at anything that moved but found West a little too elusive and slick.In the first round West used a stiff jab in between Cravens punches and often stopped the windmill punches from landing. While moving around Cravens, West punched repeatedly with right hands and a long left hook occasionally that landed. But often the left hook did not land in the knuckle portion of her hand, but instead with the inside of the fist by the fore fist. But she did land.  The next round found both meeting in the middle of the ring with their heads touching each other and exchanged blows. It would be repeated in the third and fourth as well.
“I took my time and went to the body,” said West (2-0), who wound up and landed vicious body shots and was especially effective with the left hooks. “I felt relaxed in there.”  Cravens was most effective with her right hand and often switched from orthodox to a left-handed style. “I thought I won the fight,” said a sullen Cravens (2-2-1). “I fought my best. She was tough.”
West, a former amateur standout, said she worried midway through the match that she might be losing the fight.
“This is a fight I would have lost in the amateurs. They like fighters who just swing a lot and throw a lot of punches,” West said. “But this is the pros. The judges don’t score like that. They look to see who is landing punches. It’s different. I like it.”  Using her gloves to fend off blows and slipping the overhand rights, West shoulder blocked and dipped under hooks while countering with thudding body blows that echoed in the arena.  “This fight I felt better than in my first fight,” said West who beat Suszannah Warner, now ranked. Cravens team said the fight was close, indeed it was, though all three judges scored it 40-36 for West. Each round was hotly contested.  In a super middleweight contest, Lisa Holewyne dominated Tana Gallegos for two rounds before putting the good night punch on the Colorado boxer. A one-two combination proved the antidote for Gallegos who hit and moved against the bigger more experienced Holewyne.
Holewyne, who has met some of the best boxers in the world like Sumya Anani and Christy Martin, had too much of everything for Gallegos who was willing to hang in. But that old one-two combination seemed like it had a smart bomb attached to it. Three times Holewyne used it to drop Gallegos. The third time proved too lethal. She was counted out at 28 seconds of the third. 
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March 25, 2006 - Tel Aviv, Israel
Hagar Shmoulefeld of Tel Aviv, made history when she became the first woman from Israel to win a title. Shmoulefeld won by a 10-round unanimous decision over Svetla Taskova of Bulgaria, and won the Jr. Bantamweight WIBA European Title and WIBF Intercontinental Title.  Photos 
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March 25, 2006 – Wings Stadium, Kalamazoo, Michigan, promoted by Greg Ahrens
Heavyweight Christina Christian, 205, KO1 over Tonya Asher, 205.
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March 25, 2006 - Oranienburg, Germany
It was the only women's match of last night's SES Box Gala in Oranienburg matched Karolina Lukasik of Team Spotlite Boxing at super welterweight against Miroslava Durinova, both of whom were making their professional debuts. It was duel marked by commitment on both sides and well worth seeing. At the end of four rounds, the decision was a unanimous win for Lukasik, who trains in Hamburg. Source: SES Boxing 
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March 25, 2006 - Grand Victoria Casino in Rising Sun, Indiana Full Story In what is considered the biggest upset of the year so far,  Terri “The Road Warrior” Blair stopped Sumya “The Island Girl” Anani of Overland Park, Kansas,  1:37 of the tenth round by TKO! The fight was non-stop action. Blair became the NEW IBA World welterweight champion!  Logged in Master Search

March 24, 2006 in Wheeling, West Virginia
Natiata Porter, pro debut, won by a four-round unanimous decision over Gwen Wood.
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March 24, 2006 - Rocky Ford, Colorado
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Former two-time United States Women's National Champion Chantel "One Gorgeous Babe" Cordova makes Pro Debut a smashing success as she stops Unity Young (also making her pro debut) due to retirement at the beginning of the second round of a scheduled four round bout.
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March 24, 2006 - Shaw Conference Centre, in Edmonton, Canada
 Jelena Mrdjenovich of Edmonton, Canada,  wasted little time in stopping Donna Biggers of North Carolina.  The fight ended at 2:00 in the second round. 
In the Edmonton Sun they said that it was a one-sided TKO beat-down.  One Canadian boxing fan wrote to WBAN after the fight and said,  “By no means do I want to take anything away from Donna Biggers, it takes guts and a lot of heart to get out there, but when you look at her opponents, three-fourths of her fights were four-rounders!” The question WBAN has is will Team Mrdjenovich now look at fighting the top women in her weight class.  WBAN has Mrdjenovich ranked #7, not even CLOSE to the top.  In fact she would probably get a nosebleed just looking up at who is over her in the WBAN rankings.
Mrdjenovich will need to focus on these boxers to move up in our rankings:
Chevelle Hallback  #1; Melissa Del Valle #2; Emiko Raika  #3; Belinda Laracuente #4; Valanna McGee  #5; Tracy Byrd #6. Second question for Mrdjenovich is ----will she EVER FIGHT out of the confines of CANADA?  For Full Story, go here  Also junior welterweight Keri Scarr, made her pro debut and won a four-round unanimous decision over Amy Johnson. Final judges scores were 49-36, 40-36, and 40-36.   Response by Team Mrdjenovich  Response from WBAN to Mrdjenovich Logged in Master Search

March 24, 2006 in Cordoba, Argentina
Alejandra Marina Oliveras and Bettina Garino fought to a four-round draw

March 20, 2006 - Sukhothai Thammatirat University, Nonthaburi, Thailand
Southpaw Nongmai Sor Siriporn TKO1 over pro debuter Ratchanu Sor Supan. The bout was scheduled for six rounds in the strawweight division.  Lookprabaht Sor Siriporn won by TKO2 over Watcharaporn Sor Supan, pro debut.

March 18, 2006 - at the Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, NJ Suszannah Warner won a four-round majority decision over Noriko Kariya. Scores were 37-39, 37-39, and 38-38.  This was Kariya’s first loss as a pro.  She is now 3-1-0, and Warner is 3-3-0. Full Story   Logged in Master Search

March 18, 2006 in Toluca, Mexico
Zulina Munoz won by KO1 over Beatrix Martinez; Gabriela Gonzalez, pro debut, won by KO1 over Maria Eugenia Garcia, pro debut; Ana Fabiola Arrazola won by TKO2 over Ana Luisa Lopez.
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March 18, 2006 - Ireland - Amateurs
The Border City Boxing Club had two boxers compete in
Cork, Ireland on Saturday Night.  Ontario Welterweight
Champion "Gorgeous" Andre Gorges defeated last year's
Irish Champion, David Joyce, while National Jr.
Welterweight Champion Katie "Silence" Dunn dropped a
controversial decision to European Champion Katie
of Ireland. 

March 18, 2006 in Evansville, Indiana
Jill Emery
won by TKO3 over Susan Winner.
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March 18, 2006 - Marcel Cerdan, Levallois-Perret, France Myriam Lamare, 139 ¾ , of France won a 10-round unanimous decision over Belinda Laracuente, 134 ½ . Final judges scores were 92-99, 93-97, and 91-99. The two were fighting for the WBA title. Logged in Master Search

March 17, 2006 - Chicago, Illinois
Rita Figueroa won by a TKO 55 seconds in the sixth round over Eva Lidia Silva. Silva displayed a lot of heart, but Figueroa was too much for Silva.
Full fight report by Juan C. Ayllon   Logged in Master Search

March 17, 2005 - Washington Avenue Armory, in Albany, New York
On the undercard, in front of more than 2,000,  Elizabeth Mooney, of Albany, stopped Cristy Nickel-Terherst,  43 seconds in the third round by TKO, in a scheduled six round bout.  In the Times Union News they reported that Mooney confused Nickel-Terherst by switching to a southpaw stance, and landing "lefts." After Nickel-Terherst dropped to one knee in the third, after taking a combinations of punches, the ref stopped the fight after talking with her.
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March 16, 2006 -Madison Square Garden in New York
On the “Irish Express” card, Maureen Shea, 130.9, of New York, won a four-round unanimous decision over Leanne Villarreal, 130.9, by a shutout of 40-36 on all judges cards.
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March 11, 2006 -Summary of the 2006 U.S. Women’s National Championships
By Adam Pollack (based on reports by USA Boxing’s Julie Goldsticker) Full Details

March 10, 2006 - At the Rachabhak University, Petchaburi, Thailand
Strawweights Siriporn Sor Siriporn won by a six-round unanimous decision over Maliwan Pathompothong. Also, Strawweights Nungmai Sor Siriporn won by TKO3 over Ratanaporn Pathompathong, pro debut.

March 10, 2006 -Joe Louis Arena,  in Detroit, Michigan
Super Middleweight Angela Simpson won by 1:52 seconds, TKO2 over Natonya Ervin, pro debut.  The fight was scheduled for four rounds.
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March 9, 2006, Alabama Club, München, Germany
Floera Lihet TKO’d Simona Pencakova in the fourth round of a scheduled six rounder.
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March 4, 2006 in Oldenburg, Germany
Heidi Hartmann retained her WIBF light middleweight title against challenger Borislava Goranova when she defeated Goranova by a 10-round unanimous decision. 
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March 4, 2006 -  Municipal Polideportivo of Arjona, Colombia Colombian  Lely Luz "China" Florez won an majority decision in 10 rounds over Argentinean's champion Patricia "Lioness" Quirico for capture the UBC(130 lb) World super   featherweight title. March 5, 2006 – Cartagena, Colombia.  During this fight, Quirico fell out of the ring. Final judges scores were 97-94, 98-98, and 96-94.  Logged in Master Search

March 4, 2006 -  Acoma, New Mexico
Tonia Cravens won by TKO1 over Jolynn Gurule, pro debut.
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March 4, 2006 in Topeka, Kansas
Sandra Ortiz, 103,  won a five-round unanimous decision over Savannah Hill, 101.
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March 4, 2006 in Yuunan, China
Cheng Jing won by TKO6 over Zhen Yuan Pei; Tian Xiao Yu won by UD6 over Cheng Yan Jie; Xie Li Li won by SD6 over Wu Shan Shan; Li Shi Yuan won by UD6 over Jiang Ting Ting.

March 3, 2006 - Marriot Hotel, Charleston, West Virginia
Angela Woolum, 130,  of West Virginia, stopped Ebony Clement Bey,  134, by TKO :56 seconds in the fourth round of a scheduled four round bout on the undercard.  Ebony fought hard and showed a lot of heart, but her corner
threw in the towel in the 4th round. It was reported as a very entertaining bout, and the crowd loved it. 
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March 3, 2006 - Salle Antoine-Labelle, Laval, Quebec, CanadaDanielle Bouchard, 119½, of Laval, won a four-round uanimous decision over  Leona "Downtown" Brown,  117½, of New York.  The final scores were 39-37, 40-36, and 39-37.  Logged in Master Search

March 3, 2006 -at the Lincoln Theatre, Washington D.C.
On the undercard, Junior welterweight Angel McNamara, of Cambridge, Maryland, won a four-round unanimous decision over Cynthia Jones, of Miami, Florida.  The judges scores were all 39-37. 
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