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September 30, 2006 in Chiriqui, Panama
Carolina Alvarez won by an eight round unanimous decision over Paulina Cardona.

September 30, 2006 in Sao Paolo, Brazil
Junior welterweight Duda Yankovich won by six-round majority decision over Silvia Zacarias, pro debut.  Final judges scores were 59-57, 58-58, and 59-56. Adriana Salles won by UD8 over Renata Cristina Dos Santos Ferreira.   Logged in Master Search

September 30, 2006 - Killen, Texas
Stephanie Torrez, pro debut, won by UD4 over Mary Montez.

September 30, 2006 in Chiriqui, Panama
Damaris Pinock Ortega
won by TKO3 over Lizbeth Gallardo; Adys Sanchez, pro debut won by MD4 over Monica Acosta Siris.

September 30, 2006 - in Merida, Mexico
Angelica Medina
, pro debut, won a four-round unanimous decision over Rosalia Ramirez, pro debut.

September 29, 2006 in Oceanside, California
Heather Donohue
and Amanda Knight fought to a four-round draw.   Logged in Master Search

September 29, 2006 - in Barranquilla, Columbia
Maria Mancilla
and Aracelis Cardona fought to a four-round draw; and Elizabeth Hurtado won by TKO in unknown round over Amelia Gutierrez, pro debut.

September 29, 2006 in Bogata, Columbia
Featherweight Anays Cecilia Gutierrez Carrillo won by a six-round unanimous decision over Rosa Maria Solano. Logged in Master Search  

September 29, 2006 - Tampa, Florida
Ashlin Hensley
won by TKO in the third round over Jenna Shiver. Logged in Master Search

September, 28, 2006 in Denver, Colorado
Salina Jordan, 126,  won by RTD1 over Lisa Wittle, 123; Danielle Lanford, 135,  won by TKO2 over Welle Thomas, 132, pro debut. Logged in Master Search

September 24, 2006 - York Hall, Bethnall Green, London, England
Cathy Brown, 108¾,  won the English Women's Bantamweight title when she defeated Juliette Winter, 112¾, in a ten-round bout by points. Final judges scores were 97-94. Logged in Master Search

September 24, 2006 - Club Paraiso, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Diana Garcia won by points over Marisol Reyes.

September 23, 2006, Fort Smith, Arkansas
Jr. lightweight Tawnyah Freeman won by a four-round unanimous decision over Kerri Hill; Sarah Goodson won by TKO in unknown rounds over Jacqueline Carlton.

September 23, 2006 - Belterra Casino & Resort, Belterra, Indiana
Terri Blair
, 133, of Kentucky, won an NABC Lightweight title over Leora Jackson, 134,  by an eight round TKO (1:17 seconds). Logged in Master Search

September 23, 2006 – Albuquerque, New Mexico
 Photo Gallery of weigh-in by Mary Ann Owen
In front of a sold out crowd of over 2500 boxing fans, Holly Holm, 140,  won a 10-round unanimous decision over Jane Couch, 140.  Holm was making an IBA defense of her Jr. Welterweight title.  The final judges scores were 100-90 across the board, with Holm winning all rounds.  Logged in Master Search

September 23, 2006 - Dodge Arena, Hidalgo, Texas  Vanessa Juarez, of Texas, won a four-round unanimous decision over Amanda Knight, in a four-round bantamweight bout on the undercard.  Full Story

September 23, 2006 - Southport Sharks Club on the Gold Coast, in Australia
Sharon “Wild Thing” Anyos successfully defended her WBC world featherweight title, when she stopped Esther Schouten of the Netherlands. Anyos told the news media that it has been her hardest fight so far, and that she was pleased that she won the bout this way. In the fourth round, Schouten received a cut over her left eye, and the ref had temporary halted the bout to have the ring physician check out the cut. In the sixth round, at 1:37 seconds, the fight was stopped when Anyos threw a barrage of combinations, which stunned Schouten. With Schouten on the ropes and in no condition to return fire, the ref stopped the bout. Logged in Master Search

September 23, 2006 -Winnipeg Convention Centre, Winnipeg, Canada Featherweight Olivia Pereira, stopped Amanda Carriere, by 1:55 seconds,  TKO in the second round of a scheduled four-rounder on the undercard. Logged in Master Search

September 23, 2006 -Club Regatas, Santa Fe, Argentina (Report by Ewan Whyte) Over four rounds at featherweight on Saturday (23rd September) in the Club Regatas, Santa Fe (Argentina), Bettina Garino, 124½ , [1-2-1 (0 KOs)] of Córdoba obtained a unanimous decision over Patricia Alejandra "Pato" Giménez, 125¼, [1-1-0 (0 KOs)] of Buenos Aires. According to the Página Argentina de Boxeo, Giménez's powers of resistance conspired with her own lack of punching power to rob Garino of a more categoric victory.  Final judges scores were 40-34, 40-35, and 40-35. [Sources: Página Argentina de Boxeo, Yahoo, DERF] Logged in Master Search

September 21, 2006 in St. Charles, Missouri
Hollie Dunaway
won by RTD7 over Dee Hamaguchi. Dunaway was defending her WIBA Strawweight world title, and the fight was scheduled to go 10 rounds. In the first round, Dunaway knocked Hamaguchi down, and in the same round as Dunaway threw combinations, Hamaguchi dropped to one knee and took a second eight count.  Hamaguchi was overcome in the seventh round by Dunaway, and did not come out for the eighth round. 

September 19, 2006 - Cuxhaven, Germany
Karolina Lukasik, now 5-0-0 (0 KO), of Polandm  won a six-round unanimous decision over Sarka Stoklashova, 1-4-0 (0KO), of Czech Rep.

September 16, 2006 in Offenburg, Germany
Rebbekka Herrman, pro debut, won by four-round decision over Carina Huditz.


September 16, 2006 in Offenburg, Germany
Nadia Hockmi won by TKO2 over Anja Beger; Bettina Voklker won a four-round decision over Isabell Huber; Rececka Herrmann won a four-round decision over Carina Hudituz.

September 16, 2006 in Cleveland, Ohio
Veronica Rucker
won by a four-round unanimous decision Alecia Battle. Logged in Master Search


September 16, 2006 in Berlin, Germany
Ramona Kuehne
won by TKO1 over Danielle Camerling, pro debut.


September 15, 2006 in Montreal, Canada
Danielle Bouchard,
119¼,  and Maria del Carmen Potenza, 118½fought to a four-round draw. All judges scored the bout 38-38. Logged in Master Search


September 15, 2006 - in Montebello, California
Crystal Moreno won by six-round split decision over Kerry Vera.

September 15, 2006 Hidalgo, Texas
Cecilia Luna, pro debut, won by four-round split decision over Emily Kelly.

September 15, 2006 - San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago  Jizelle Salandy, of Trinidad, stopped Elizabeth Mooney, of the United States, by TKO in the eighth round.
WBAN received some details of this bout in which it was reported that Mooney came out very aggressively in the first round to take control of the fight with some combinations of her own; uppercuts, jabs and some to the body, but Salandy would not have any of that. Salandy came to the center of the ring where she started to settle and throw combinations of her own to the midsection and Mooney’s head. After, Salandy took control with several punches about the body. That pattern continued right through to the fourth round. She then continued the control with good body shots and straight rights. She staggered Mooney in the sixth and seventh round and Mooney quit the fight in the eighth round, giving Salandy the victory. Also on the undercard,  Scroller Carrington, 172, won on points over Chico Walcott, 175.  The bout was six rounds.  Logged in Master Search

September 15, 2006 in Frosinone, Italy
Maria Rosa Tabbuso won a six-round unanimous decision over Judith Palacian.
Logged in Master Search

September 15, 2006 - Manistee, Michigan
Lightweight Kara Ro won by a six-round unanimous decision over Kim Colbert. The final judges scores were 60-54.  and Junior welterweight Natalie Brown won by four-round unanimous decision over Ingrid Hay. The final judges scores were 40-36. 
Logged in Master Search

September 14, 2006 in San Manuel Casino, Highland, California
Heather Percival
, of Fontana, California,  won by six-round unanimous decision over Sharon Gaines, of Kansas City, Missourii;  and Stella Nijhof and Carly Batey fought to a four-round draw.  
Logged in Master Search

September 14, 2006 -  "Fight Night at the Tank event, at the HP Pavilion, in San Jose, California
Photo Slideshow #48
Kelsey Jeffries, 118 ¾, of Gilroy, California, stopped Stephanie Dobbs, 116 ½,  of Oklahoma, by TKO in the fourth round. The fight was a last-minute bout, with Dobbs taking the fight on Monday.  Logged in Master Search

September 14, 2006 - Tachi Palace Hotel and Casino, in Lemoore, California
Carina Moreno, 106,  now 10-1-0 (3 KO), won a six-round unanimous decision over Valerie Rix, 106, 4-1-1 (1 KO).  In a second women’s bout, Demi Nguyen of California, won a four-round unanimous decision over Danielle Christensen.

September 14, 2006 - Prairie Meadows Track & Casino, Altoona, Iowa
Flyweight Savannah Hill won by a six-round unanimous decision over Natasha WilburnLogged in Master Search

September 10, 2006 in Riga, Latvia
Natalia Dolgova won by UD4 over Marina Skruba

September 13, 2006 in Santa Fe, Argentina
Bettina Garino won by four-round unanimous decision over Patricia Alejandra Gimenez.

September 9, 2006 in Szentes, Hungary
Viktoria Milo,
111¼,  won by TKO1 (1:23 seconds) over Lucie Hornakova, 113¼ Logged in Master Search

September 9, 2006 - Emerald Queen Casino in Tacoma, WA Photo Gallery / with Flash photo slideshow  #389
Jodi Esquibel and Melissa Shaffer faced each other for the second time. Esquibel won the first fight, a close contest fought near her home in the desert southwest. The women fought a four round bout as light flyweights, and that presented the first challenge for Shaffer, who had to pour down the water to gain enough weight to tip the scales at 103 pounds. Esquibel weighed in at 105.   Esquibel was aggressive in the opening round, throwing jabs early to keep Shaffer at a safe distance. Then, towards the end of the round Shaffer settled into a rhythm and began to let her hands go. That move changed the direction of the fight, though one judge did score the opening round for Esquibel. Shaffer pursued Esquibel around the ring in the following rounds, and while Esquibel threw the straighter punches, Shaffer was more economical, throwing and landing at the right moments. Many of Shaffer's punches came from the outside in, thus she was able to land to the body, and scoring there proved to be the difference in the fight. To land punches in the third and fourth round the women had to fight on the inside. That caused a frightening moment for both women when they lunged in and knocked heads. Though both of them grabbed their foreheads, there was no damage and the fight continued. Shaffer seemed to easily fall into a rhythm, pursuing Esquibel and landing body shots while Esquibel tried to avoid the assault. Two judges scored the bout 40-36, the third had it 39-37, all in favor of Melissa Shaffer, whose record improves to 9-4-0 (5KO). Jodi Esquibel suffered her first defeat, her record is now 3-1-0 (1KO).  Story and all photos by Mike Blair

September 9, 2006 in Elizabeth, West Virginia
Roxanne Ward
, pro debut, won by second round retirement over Gwen Wood.

September 9, 2006 - Bördelandhalle, Magdeburg, Germany   In the main event  Regina Halmich, 111½, of Germany TKO’d Ria Ramnarine, 110 ½, of Trinidad, 54 seconds in the sixth round in a scheduled 10 rounder. Halmich successfully defended her WIBF Flyweight Title.  Ina Menzer, 125¾, of Germany, and Leli Luz Florez, 125¼,  produced a very exiting and skillful fight. Both boxers went straight to business after the opening bell, with plenty of powerful exchanges. Ina Menzer is known for her punching power, but also Florez managed to get the attention of Menzer, especially in the first 3 rounds.  Menzer was able to take over the fight from the 4th round  due to her better defence and her very good combinations. Florez remained a threat throughout the fight and proved to have a very good chin and the capability to keep up with the high pace of the fight. However, she was trailing Menzer in scoring points throughout, and the 3 judges gave all rounds to Menzer. The scores were 100-90, 100-90, and 100-89.   Julia Sahin, 107¾, retained her WIBF Interim Junior Flyweight Title against Marylin Hernandez, 107½,  by a 10-round unanimous decision.  

Vide o footage: Nunez vs. Graf

Maria Jose Nunez Anchorena, 114¾,  did not have the boxing skills to pose any threat for a very motivated Alesia-Tamara Graf, 114¼, of Germany.  Anchorena was wide open, and Graf took full advantage and punished her from the beginning of round one.  Graf continued to catch Anchorena with left jabs and follow up with powerful rights in round two. The referee stopped the fight 42 seconds into round three, after Anchorena was caught with some very powerful blows on the ropes, and failed to return any punches.   Flyweight Susianna Kentikian, 112,  TKO’d Maribel Zurita, 111¼,  in the fourth round of a scheduled 10-rounder. Kentikian won the WIBF Intercontinental Flyweight title.  Photos with report  Logged in Master Search

September 2, 2006 - Staples Center,  in Los Angeles, California 
Jessica Rakoczy, 132, and Belinda Laracuente, 131½,  fought to a no contest, stopped in third round  (47 seconds) of a scheduled six-rounder, when there was an accidental headbutt, that caused a cut on Rakoczy. Logged in Master Search

September 2, 2006 in Karlsruhe, Germany
Lucia Morelli won by TKO3 over Kada Vier; Cornelia Zimmer won a six-round decision over Susianne Kramer; Sarah Krieg and Julia Mayer fought to a four-round draw; Pia Porter won a four-round decision over Romy Carsten; Pia Maplanik won a four-round decision over Anja Beger; and Magdalena Delecki won by TKO3 over Kirsten Schoenig.

September 2, 2006 - Acapulco, Mexico
Zulina Munoz,
116½, won by TKO7 over Fredee Gonzalez, 115¾. Report by Ewan Whyte: Twenty-year-old Fredee González's dreams of a world title lay in ruins last night after Zulina Muñoz (one year younger and a whole lot more talented, it seems) beat her for the second time in ten weeks; and this time — as she had promised — she did so far more convincingly. Both women had made excuses for their performances last time, with Muñoz saying she had been ill and González, that she had had insufficient time to prepare, that she was in fact the stronger of the two, and that she could knock Muñoz out.  Not last night, she couldn't. According to Sergio Abarca (Notimex), 'The She-Wolf', Muñoz, was far superior from the start, punishing her challenger for the NABF bantamweight title with blows to both head and body, and systematically undermining her resistance to the point where referee Evaristo Cedillo was forced to intervene and put a stop to the unequal contest, nineteen seconds into the seventh round.  So the fight lasted just over twelve minutes; and the arguments — that had become quite bitter — about which of the two Mexican youngsters was in fact the better prospect can now, one assumes, be laid to rest.  Logged in Master Search

September 1, 2006 - Tulsa, Oklahoma
Jessica Mohs, 120,  won a four round majority decision over Kerri Hill, 121. Hill, was a last minute replacement for Cindy Christian who pulled out of the fight on the day of the weigh-in. 
Logged in Master Search

September 1, 2006 in Barranquilla, Columbia
 Anays Cecilia Gutierrez Carrillo
won by KO1 over Marley Cordoba, pro debut. 
Logged in Master Search

September 1, 2006 in Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
Jelena Mrdjenovich won by a six-round unanimous decision over Olga Heron in a rematch. 

September 1, 2006 in Whiting, Indiana
Amy Yuratovac won by TKO2 over KeLah Pollari.

September 1, 2006 at the Par-A-Dice Casino, in East Peoria, Illinois
Super Bantamweight Brooke Dierdorff, 122, won her pro debut when she TKO'd Geboria Mayfield, 122,  in the second round of a scheduled in a four-rounder. Logged in Master Search



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