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December 28, 2007 - at the Palasport Villa Romiti, in Forli, Emilia Romagna, Italy
Flyweight Simona Galassi, of Italy won a 10-round unanimous decision over Florea Lihet.  The two were fighting for the EBU Female flyweight title.

December 23, 2007 - Eumsung, South Korea
Kelsey Jeffries successfully defended IFBA Featherweight title against Jun Yun Jung.  Jeffries defeated her by a 10-round unanimous decision. This was the eighth time Jeffries has defended this belt. 
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December 22, 2007 -  Beyne, Liege, Belgium
Lightweight Nathalie Toro, 139,  of Belgium, won a six-rounder by points over Angel McKenzie, United Kingdom. Toro is now 20-1-0 (6KO), and McKenzie is 2-7-0 (0KO).
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December 22, 2007- Buenos Aires, Argentina
Junior welterweight Silvia Zacarias, 134¼, won a six-round unanimous decision over Maria Eugenia Lopez, 136¾.
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December 22, 2007 in Berlin, Germany
Nadia Raoul
won a four-round decision over Svetla Taskova.

December 21, 2007 - Community Centre, Freemans Bay, New Zealand
Michelle Preston, 114¼, won a six-rounder over Edith Smith, 114¼. They were fighting for some six-round title, called the vacant WBA Oceania Bantamweight belt (six-round bout for a belt?)
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December 20, 2007, at the Convention Center, in Pasadena, Texas
Lightweight Crystal “Choo Choo” Delgado won a four-round unanimous decision over Davin Crisi, of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Final judges scores were40-35 on all cards.

December 20, 2007-Barranquilla, Colombia
 Jr. Flyweight Ana Fernandez, 106,  KO1 Margarita Diaz, 107; Junior Bantamweight Anys Cedillo, 115, won a six-round unanimous decisino over Omaira Suarez, 114.

December 18, 2007 in Gothenburg, Sweden
Katrin Enoksson
, pro debut, won by KO1 over Steffi Meier.

December 16, 2007 Santiago Tepalcapa
To the surprise of the pundits, María Elena Villalobos defeated Gloria Ríos by TKO in the 3rd round.

December 15, 2007 - Anhalt Arena, in  Dessau, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany
Super middleweight Natascha Ragosina, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Akondaye Fountain. The two were fighting for the WIBF, WIBA, GBU, WBA, and the Interim WBC Super Middleweight title.
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December 15, 2007 - Auckland, New Zealand
Heavyweight  Ali Dut
t,  281¾ , won a four-round unanimous decision over Mariam Graham, 255½.
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December 15, 2007 in Hainaut, Belgium
Zelda Tekin
won by KO1 over Jana Matisova; in Dresden, Germany.

December 14, 2007 - Gary, Indiana
Welterweight Mary McGee, 140, won a six-round unanimous decision over Leora Jackson, 144¾.
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December 14, 2007 – Cordoba, Argentina
Bantamweight Carolina Raquel Duer, 116¾, of Buenos Aires, Argentina, won by a third round KO over Agustina del Valle Aybar, 116¾, of Salta, Argentina.  This was a rematch for the two, with Duer winning by a four-round unanimous decision in their first fight.

December 14, 2007 - Monterrey, Mexico
Lightweight Ana Zarazua KO'd  Marlen Montiel 20 seconds into the first round.
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December 15, 2007 in Hainaut, Belgium
Zelda Tekin
won by KO1 over Jana Matisova.

December 15, 2007 - Castilla-La Mancha, Spain
Soraya Sanchez
won by TKO1 over Lucie Horakova.

December 15, 2007 -Dresden, Germany
 Kira Schnuerer
won a four-round decision over Elena Miftode; Kristen Schoeing won by TKO1 over Roxana Tenea, pro debut; Cornelia Zimmer won by TKO4 over Daniela Dima, pro debut.

December 14, 2007 in Guadalajara, Mexico
Irma Sanchez
won by TKO3 over Sara Rendon.

December 14, 2007 - Palestra Nuova,Switzerland
Bantamweight Viktoria Oleynik, 116½, of the Ukraine, won a six-round unanimous decision over Zhang Xi Yan, 116½.  Final Judges scores 58-56,  59-56, and  59-55.
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December 13, 2007 - Roseland Ballroom, Manhatten, New York Video Kariya vs. Jordan
Noriko Kariya, 118,  met Salina Jordan, 118,  at the for a schedule four-round Bantamweight bout.  Almost defenseless, gloves down and awkwardly punching from the waist, Salina Jordan somehow summoned the spirit to keep standing for the first two rounds under a heavy, unchecked left and right bombardment from Noriko Kariya. But early in the third, (0:28 seconds,  seeing Salina, clumsy and dizzied, and with no sign of fatigue from the Noriko onslaught, the referee stopped the fight. Stepping up her training and varying her style, Noriko attempts to reach her full potential. Jill Diamond of WBC’s  Championship Committee comments, “She’s New York’s best kept secret.” No mystery this night, she won this match by TKO.  Story by David Pambianchi 
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December 8, 2007 - Le Cannet, France
Myriam Lamare
TKO'd Daniela David in the fourth round.
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December 8, 2007 in Alpes-Maritimes, France
Anne Sophie Mathis
won by TKO2 over Jane Couch.  Also, Aziza Oubaita won by UD4 over Simona Pencakova.

December 8, 2007 -  Nairobi, Kenya
Conjestina Achieng
won by MD6 over Charity Mukami.

December 8, 2007 -  in Gastonia, North Carolina
Ann Riggan
, pro debut, won by TKO1 over Tina Knight, pro debut.

December 7, 2007 - Shaw Conference Centre, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Domingo Olivo,  of  Monticello, New York, now 5-2-1 (0KO), fought Jelena Mrdjenovich of Edmonton, 21-2-1 (11KO), to a 10-round draw.  Mrdjenovich was defending her super featherweight WBC world title belt against Olivo.  Final judges scores were 96-94 for Mrdjenovich, 96-94 for Olivo, and 95-95.
Olivo, who apparently plans to be a “warrior” in the sport (more power to her, we need more of her in the sport) fought in Mrdjenovich’s home turf, and pulled off a draw with the much more experienced fighter and world champion.  In the Edmonton Journal Olivo was quoted as saying before the fight that she would be bringing Mrdjenovich a surprise---Olivo most certainly did. Mrdjenovich was quoted in a post fight interview in the Edmonton Journal, “I really don't understand these judges. I outboxed her, out-countered her, I had better defence, better offence. When I heard those scores I was shocked. It's almost like the judges expect me to come out strong and when I change my style a bit I get penalized for it."
Mrdjjenovich is not the first world champion that Olivo has taken on early in her boxing career. She fought world champion Layla McCarter in June of 2007, and lost to a majority decision.  McCarter came into that fight with over 40 pro bouts on her record.  Also, on the undercard, Amy Lynn Johnson had a four-round draw against Megan Williams, Jr.
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December 7, 2007 -  Melbourne, Australia
Susie Ramadan
won a four-round unanimous decision over Satreelek Chuthaporn.

December 7, 2007 in Santa Fe, Argentina
Betina Gabriela Garino
won by KO1 ove Noelia Ramirez.

December 7, 2007 -   Philadelphia, PA
Olivia Fonseca
, 146, had a four-round majority draw with Michelle Linden,  150½. 
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December 7, 2007 -  in Hamburg, Germany
Susi Kentikian retained her WBA Flyweight Title and gained the WIBF Belt by winning by a 10-round unanimous decision over Nadia Hockmi of France. The judges scored the bout 97-94, 96-94 and 97-95.
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December 6, 2007 - Tachi Palace Hotel & Casino, in Lemoore, California
Strawweight Carina Moreno, won by a 10-round unanimous decision over Suszannah Warner in their rematch. Moreno successfully defended her WBC title.  In a second match Terri “Road Warrior” Blair won an eight-round SPLIT decision over Jill Emery. The two were fighting for the NABF junior welterweight title.  Final judges scores were  78-74, 74-78, 77-75.
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December 6, 2007 - Hoengseong Gymnasium, Gangwondo, South Korea
Ji-Yun Kim
, 129¾, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Huang Wen Si, 127¾, The two were fighting for the OPFBA super featherweight title. Final judges’ scores were 97-93, 98-92, and 96-94.
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December 4, 2007 - Freizeit Arena, Soelden, in Austria
In front of 1200 boxing fans, at the , 22-year old Rola El-Halabi, 136¾, of Germany, won a four-round unanimous decision over Borislava Garanova, 141¾, of Bulgaria.
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December 3, 2007 in Bahia, Brazil
Halana Santos
won a six-round decision over Larissa Brates.

December 1, 2007 - Emerald Queen Casino, TAcoma, Washington
Jennifer Barber
(4-0 2KOs) showed her discipline and ability to box in dispensing of DJ Morrison (0-4) in the semi main event at the Emerald Queen Casino Saturday night. Morrison charged across the ring at the opening bell, swinging wild and wide. It appeared that Morrison figured her only chance to win was to catch Barber early. That is where Barber displayed a boxer’s discipline. Instead of matching Morrison’s flailing punches with her own, Barber stepped to the side and landed two crisp right hands to Morrison’s ribs. When Morrison turned to face her, Barber threw a left that popped Morrison’s head back. Morrison stepped forward, swinging lefts and rights, hoping something would touch Barber. Barber again threw her jab, then a right to the body. Every punch was tight, short and hard. Morrison’s head popped skyward again as she turned away from Barber. At that point the referee yelled to stop Barber from throwing a punch that would have landed on the back of Morrison’s head. Barber squared her shoulders as Morrison turned to face her again, and before Morrison could cock her arms, her head was reeling and again she turned her back. The referee this time stepped in and waved an end to the fight. The end came at 1:04 of the first, so the fight lasted just about as long as it has taken you to read this. However, in that minute, Jennifer Barber was quite impressive. She quickly adjusted to the barrage of Morrison punches. She remained calm and threw punches she knew would connect. She pressed forward, and Morrison could really do nothing but keep flailing or run.  Story by Mike Blair
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December 1, 2007 - Beaumont Club, in Kansas City, Missouri Jessica Mohs, 123, and Mary Elizabeth Ortega fought in a four-rounder that ended in a majority decision.  Final judges scores: 38-38, 38-38, and 37-38. Logged in Master Search

December 1, 2007 - Panama
Ogleydis Suárez
of Venezuela improved to 4-0-1 (4 TKOs) last night when she stopped Lorena Carrillo of Colombia on the La Saga Continua bill in the Roberto Duran Gymnasium, Panama City. Jorge Olmos reports that "the end came 1 min 28 seconds into the third round, when the referee was forced to bring the proceedings to a close in view of the fearsome thrashing being handed out by the beautiful Venezuelan." Commented Suárez. "I'm happy... it was a great fight to end the year with."  This is only the second setback in Lorena Carrillo's career. After a baptism of fire against the far more experienced Carolina Alvarez, Carrillo had taken less than two minutes in her second fight to reduce Doris Ramírez, the daughter the trainer Ernesto "Campeón" Ramírez, to a state of defencelessness. Indeed it was Ramírez's father, from the corner, who brought the unequal combat to an end. A draw with former Colombian Golden Gloves winner Olga Julia was followed in Barranquilla a few weeks ago by another win by stoppage, the victim this time being Lisset (aka Lissette) Salazar, whom she knocked out in the first round. Sources: www.diaadia.com.pa, Boxeo Colombiano.  Story by Ewan Whyte 
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December 1, 2007 - Lusaka, Zambia
At the Lusaka’s Woodlands Stadium, in Lusaka Zambia, Belinda Laracuente lost a controversial split decision against Africa’s Esther Phiri. The two fought for the GBU super featherweight title. In the Lusaka Times they reported that Phiri had “retained” her GBU title, but “few many agree that the verdict was fair as America’s Belinda Laracuente was a trifle better and could claim the glory as well.”  They reported that Phiri was slower and could hardly match the technique and sheer power of Laracuente. They went on to describe Laracuente as “sharper, cleverer, and more aggressive” and that “an ordinary eye” could have given her at least five out of the eight rounds. Laracuente said after the fight, “It’s a shame---I beat the girl on points because I scored more as I was very aggressive. I feel it’s very unfair.” 
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December 1, 2007 - Foxwoods Casino, Mashantucket, Connecticut
Welterweight Adelita Irizarry won a four-rounder by points over Nicole Woods. 
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December 1, 2007 - Riga, Latvia
Agnesa Boza
won by RTD3 over Silvija Morkunaite, pro debut.

December 1, 2007 - Fort Smith, Arkansas
Mandy Todd
, pro debut, won by TKO2 over Jeannie Woodard, pro debut; Brittany Glendenning UD4 over Jo Jo McDonald, pro debut; Alejandra Lopez won by UD4 over Candace Lett.

December 1, 2007 - Tidalholm, Sweden
 Anna Ingman
won by UD4 over Angel McKenzie.

December 1, 2007 - in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico
 Maribel Bonilla
won by MD4 over Amarilis Adorno, pro debut.

December 1, 2007 - in Ellerslie, New Zealand
Ioana Schwalger
, pro debut, won by MD3 over Lynley...

December 1, 2007 in Brcko, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Irma Balijagic won by UD8 over Micaela Calugareanu.

December 1, 2007 -  SEFCU Arena, Albany, New York Elizabeth Mooney, 144, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Bonnie Mann, 144. The two were fighting for the vacant WBE welterweight title. Final judges scores: 100-89, 100-89, and 99-89.  Logged in Master Search





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