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February 27, 2007 - Spotlight card in Cuxhafen
Rebekka Hermann
(5-1-0) won a six-round unanimous decision over Nina Abrosova of Russia. Final judges scores were 59-55, 58-56, 58-56.

February 25, 2007 - Palais des Sports, Elancourt, Yvelines, France
Flyweight Zhang Xi Yan TKO'd  Iliana Boneva
in the third round of a six-round bout.

February 24, 2007 - Berlin, Germany
Junior welterweight Ramona Kuehne, Berlin, won a six-rounder over Monica Herzilla of Poland. It was reported to WBAN that Kuehne had won every round, landing the cleaner, harder shots.

February 23, 2007 - RSL Club, Southport, Gold Coast, Australia
Super Featherweight Sharon Anyos, 128¾, won a six-round unanimous decision over Satreelek Paradorngym, 124¼.  The final judges scores were 60-54, 59-54, and 59-54.  According to boxrec.com,  Anyos was down in the second round. Also, Super Bantamweight Jasmin Ward, 120, from Australia, making her pro debut won a six-round unanimous decision over Edith Smith, 113. Final judges scores were 57-59, 56-58, 56-58.  The two were fighting for the vacant Queensland State Super Bantamweight title.  Ward has a reported 15-4-2 amateur record.
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February 23, 2007 in Cordoba, Argentina
Lorena Maricel Torres
, pro debut, won a four-round decision over Cristina Pacheco.

February 23, 2007 - Falconer Centret, Copenhagen, Denmark -Promoter: Team Palle
Junior Welterweight Vinni Skovgaard, 139, pro debut, won a four-round unanimous decision over Ksenija Koprek, 139. Final judges scores were 40-36 on all cards.
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February 22, 2007 - Tachi Palace Hotel & Casino, in Lemoore, California, and promoted by Goossen Tutor
Weigh-in Gallery #409  (More galleries soon!)
In the main event,
Jessica Rakoczy, 132, defeated Kelli Cofer, 133.5,  by technical decision, 1:12 of the 5th round, and won the WBC lightweight title. the bout was scheduled for 10 rounds.   Fight scheduled for 10 rounds. The stoppage was due to an accidental headbutt.  Cofer had a cut over her right eye.  The fight went to the judges score cards which were 49-45, 50-45, and 50-45. In another title bout, in a fast-action bout, Carina Moreno,  103.75, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Suszannah Warner, 103.75.  Moreno won the interim WBC Strawweight title. Final judges scores were 100-90.  Nanako Kikuchi of Japan was ringside, to watch the Moreno-/Warner fight, and was there to sign a contract to fight the winner on May 17th at the Tachi Palace Hotel & Casino.
In a third women's bout, Hollie Dunaway, 109, won a six-round unanimous decision over Stephanie Dobbs, 107.75. All judges scorecards were 60-54.
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February 22, 2007 - Roseland Ballroom, in New York
Featherweight Cindy Serrano, NY, pounded out a unanimous decision over Arizona's Jessica Mohs. Final judges scores were 60-54.
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February 18, 2007 in London, England
Oksana Romanova
won by TKO7 over Shanee Martin.

February 18, 2007 - Changcheongnam Do, Korea
Ji Hyan Park won by MD10 over Tian Xiao Yu for an IFBA title. (check on this).

February 17, 2007 -Berlin, Germany
Anje Boza
won a six-round decision over Malina Perplies.

February 17, 2007 - Hammerstein Ballroom, in New York, New York, and promoted by DiBella Entertainment
Photo Gallery #408/Photo Slideshow #64
Eileen Olszewski, 114¾, won a six-round split decision over Noriko Kariya, 116¾. The final judges scores were 58-56, 56-58, and 54-60. Both Kariya and Olszewski fight out of New York. 
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February 17, 2007 in Evere. Belgium
Cecilia Braekhus
won by KO2 over Jana Matisova.

February 17, 2007 - Martim Hotel, Magdeburg, Germany Natascha Ragosina, of Germany, stopped Yahaira Hernandez,  1:08 seconds, into the seventh round of a scheduled ten round bout, where the two were battling for the WIBF / GBU super middleweight title.  According to news reports, Hernandez was knocked down in the sixth, and two times in the seventh.  After the second knockdown, the referee stopped the fight. Agnesa won a four-round decision over Stefanie Penkwitt.

February 16, 2007 in Frontera Camalapa, Mexico
Edilia Rodriguez
, pro debut, won by a four-round unanimous decision over Paty Santos, pro debut.

February 16, 2007 - Capitol Plaza Hotel,  Jefferson City, Missouri
Christine Rambo
, 169,  won by TKO1 over Tia Smallwood, 159, pro debut. The fight was scheduled for four rounds.

February 16, 2007 - Cabazon, California
Carly Batey
won by a four-round unanimous decision over Elizabeth Cervantes.

February 16, 2007 - Köln, Mülheim, Germany
Video of Alvarez vs. Kentikian

WBA Flyweight World Championship Fight between Carolina Alvarez, 111½, of Venezuela and Armenian born Susianna Kentikian, 112,  ended with a TKO in favor of Kentikian. The 19 year old Kentikian demolished her 10 year older opponent over eight rounds until the referee - Mark Nelson of USA - called a halt to the punishment 27 seconds into the 9th round.  Alvarez came forward from the first bell, in her somewhat unorthodox style, trying to jump her punches in, and throwing a lot of haymakers that was far to easy to read for a quality boxer like Kentikian. The aggressive style obviously suited Kentikian, who caught the very open Venezuelaen with crisp punches, as she came forward. Alvarez is known for her punching power. But her punching power had little effect, as she rarely managed to catch her fast moving target, and her deficiency in defensive skills made Kentikian hit her almost at will. Alvarez is to be admired for her enormous fighting spirit, guts and a very solid chin, but unless she improves her guard she will have big problems every time she enters the ring against top class boxers. Kentikian's victory was never in doubt, and her performance tonight proves, that she belongs among the top contenders in the flyweight division. Naturally, Susianna was overjoyed at winning her first World Championship belt, but tonight was also significant in other respects for the young talent. Appearing in the main event on prime time nationwide TV for the first time, has obviously given her a big boost, and she showed her appreciation after the fight by grabbing the ring microphone and thanking her promoter Dietmar Poszwa and ProSieben for putting their trust in her, and her trainer Magomed Schaburow for his part in her success. 
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February 16, 2007 - Salle de Fetes, Carouge, Genf, Switzerland
Flyweight Zhang Xi Yan, 110¼, won a four-round unanimous decision over Kristina Rozhkova, 114¾. Judges scores were 40-37 on all score cards.

February 16, 2007 - Playboy Mansion, Beverly Hills, California
Bantamweight Sharon Gaines won a four-round split decision over Heather Donohue.

February 16, 2007 -Buffalo Run Casino, Miami, Oklahoma Flyweight Stephanie Dobbs had a no decision against Nikki Verbeck in the second round of a scheduled six rounder.

February 16, 2007 -Club Rivadavia, Necochea, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Super Bantamweight Maria del Carmen Montiel, 118½, won a four-round unanimous decision over Marta Maldonado, 116½. Final judges:  39-38½, 40-38, and 40-37.

February 16, 2007 in Santa Fe, Argentina
Bettina Gabriela Garino
won by a four-round unanimous dedision over Silvia Gervasi.

February 16, 2007 - Knox Netball Centre, Ferntree Gully Melbourne,  Australia
Bantamweight Michelle Preston, pro debut,  won a six-rounder by points over Georgia Keady.

February 15, 2007 in Dudley, England
Lindsay Scruggs
, pro debut, won by TKO2 over Valerie Rangeard.

February 14, 2007 - Orleans Hotel & Casino, in Las Vegas, Nevada Photo Gallery #407, Flash Slideshow #63 - by Mary Ann Owen!  Layla McCarter, 132,  of Las Vegas, won by an eighth round TKO" over Melissa “Hurracan” Hernandez, 133.5. The fight was scheduled for three-minute (per round), 12 rounds, with McCarter defending her GBU lightweight title.  Photographer Mary Ann Owen of BILV, said of the fight, “Hernandez fought very well against the experienced McCarter. McCarter.  Hernandez displayed courage and heart, McCarter’s experienced prevailed.”  After the fight, McCarter said, “Hernandez has a fighter’s heart. I respect her for stepping up, she will learn from this and will use the experience for improvement. It took a lot of guts to fight someone of my experience. We all pay our dues this way.  Her time will come and she will be a champion.”

February 12, 2007 in Tokyo, Japan
Noriko Ishikawa
, pro debut, won by a four-round decision over Yoko Miyota, pro debut; Go Misuki, pro debut, won by a four-round decision over Yoko Hiraki. Akuya Miyano won by six-round decision over Gypsy Taeko; Mami Ito won by a four-round decision over Atuko Okadu, pro decision; Aikuwa Chikudo won by KO1 over SakuraTomoko Koga won a six-round decision over Natsuki Fujimoto; Tokomo Ito won a six-round decision over Mayumi Kube; Anri won a six-round decision over Jet Izum.

February 10, 2007 - Delta South Hotel, in Edmonton, Canada
In front of a sold out crowd, Jelena Mrdjenovich, 130.6, of Edmonton, won an eight-round unanimous decision over Belinda Laracuente, 127, Bronx, New York. in didn't need any directions on the road to redemption last night. Mrdjenovich told the local news media that it was hard to fight her [Laracuente] because she keeps her hands so low, and backs up a lot. She also said that Laracuente was tough and talented. Laracuente said after the fight that Mrdjenovich was “a great champion.”   Final judges’ scores were 77-75, 78-74, and 79-73.
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February 10, 2007 - Wolstein Center, in Cleveland, Ohio Vonda Ward, 182½, of Ohio, won a majority decision over Martha Salazar, 234½, and became the new WBC Heavyweight champion.  Final Judges scores were 97-93, 97-93, and 95-95. Logged in Master Search 

February 10, 2007 in Rio Negro, Argentina
 Verena Crespo
, pro debut, won by four-round split decision over Yolanda Beatriz Cardoso, pro debut.

February 9, 2007 - Suffolk Community College, in Selden, New York, and promoted by Goossen Tutor
Lightweight Chika Nakamura, 135, of New York, NY, won a four-round split decision over Dominga Olivo, of Monticello, NY, 135. 
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February 9, 2007 - Star Plaza Theatre, Merrillville, Indiana -Promoter: One In A Million
Lightweight Mary McGee, 134, won a four-round unanimous decision over Kim Colbert, 137. The final judges scores were 39-37, 38-37, 38-37.  Full Report
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February 9, 2007 - R.I. Convention Center, Providence, Rhode Island -Promoter: CES Boxing
Lightweight Jaime Clampitt, 135, won a ten round unanimous decision over Mia St. John, 135.  The two fought for the IWBF lightweight title. The final judges scores were 100-90, 100-90, and 99-91.  Full Story by WBAN's Ken Castro 
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February 8, 2007 - Irvine, California
It was another great night of action for promoter Roy Englebrecht, as he lifted the curtain on the 23rd year of boxing at the Marriott, and undefeated Rhonda Luna set the stage for her world’s title challenge, with a hard fought majority decision win over Sosadea Razo. Fans throw over $200 into the ring to show their appreciation for the two females, who traded punches for the entire six rounds. Razo, with her looping punches, bloodied Luna’s nose in the second round, but Luna’s right cross consistently found the mark and by the third round (5-8) Razo’s right side was swelling. Both fighters staggered each other in the fifth and sixth rounds with toe-to-toe exchanges. Scoring was 59-54, 57-57, 60-54. With the win, Luna goes to 12-0 and now faces IFBA champion Kelsey Jeffries for her title on March 22nd on The Best Damn Sports Show card in New Mexico. 
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February 4, 2007 - Figali Convention Center, Panama City, Panama
On the "Reaction in Chain" card, In the women's bout, Venezuelan Ambar Fajardo KO1 to colombian Marlinda Choles.  
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February 3, 2007 - Ferndale, Washington
Jr. lightweight (128 lbs) Merced Nunez won a four-round unanimous decision over Audrey Vela.  The fight was described to "Exciting." 
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February 3, 2007 - Arena Coliseo, Monterrey
In a report so brief it could perhaps better be described as an epitaph, Isaac Guerra of Box Noticias salutes the courage of Elizabeth “La Paloma” Aguillón of Monterrey in challenging the ex world champion (Jazmín Rivas) on Friday evening in the Arena Coliseo, Monterrey. "Unfortunately for her," he adds, "the girl from Gómez Palacio responded with the best of her repertoire, concluding with a powerful hook to the liver that brought the fight to an end." [According to Guerra, Rivas won by KO, 2 minutes 45 seconds into Round One; if this is correct, the fight was scheduled for six 3-minute rounds.] Report by Ewan Whyte 
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February 3, 2007 -  in Barcelona, Spain
Junior lightweight Loly Muñoz, 133, of Barcelona, Spain, stopped Valentina Kliyubar, 133.1, of the Ukraine, in the fourth round by TKO. The match was scheduled for six rounds. Muñoz is now 4-2-1 (3KO).
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February 3, 2007 in Joue les Tours, France
Aziza Oubaita
won a four-round decision over Corina Cirlescu

February 3, 2007 - Veracruz, Mexico
Zulina Munoz
won by TKO4 over Iraseme del la Fuente, pro debut.

February 3, 2007 - Johanneburg, South Africa
Laila Ali stopped Gwendolyn O’Neil in the first 56 seconds of the first round.  This was a rematch for the two.  In their first encounter, Ali stopped O’Neil in the third round.  Ali was quoted in an [AP] article that she “apologized” to boxing fans including former South African President Nelson Mandela, for the brevity of the fight. 
The good news folks, is the sport does have some exciting women’s bouts on the horizon scheduled in the near future, that are both competitive, non-boring, and not predictable. Logged in Master Search 

February 2, 2007 in Gainesville, Georgia
Terri Moss
won by six-round unanimous decision over Natasha Wilburn., pro debut, won by SD4 over Ella Nunez, pro debut.



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