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November 30, 2007 - Jean Pierre Complex, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad And Tobago
Giselle Salandy, 150,  won by a decision (points) over Dakota Stone, 151,  for the WBA, WBC, and WIBA junior middleweight titles.  
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November 30, 2007 in Maryville, Missouri
Strawweight Sandra Ortiz, 107,  won by TKO1 over Holly Miller, 106,  pro debut.
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November 30, 2007 - Drummondville, PQ, Canada
Jr. Featherweight Danielle Bouchard, 120¾, won an eight-round unanimous decision over María José Nuñez Anchorena, 120. The two fought for the junior featherweight Intl. title. 
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November 30, 2007 - Jacob Brown Auditorium, Brownsville, Texas 2nd pro bout for Pena

Featherweight Yoli Pena TKO’d Blanca Cotto 2:09 in the third round of a scheduled four rounder. 
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November 30, 2007 - Castine Center, Mandeville, Louisiana
Junior welterweight Tiffany Junot, won by a second round TKO over Melisenda Perez. The fight was scheduled for four rounds. 
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November 30, 2007 - DM-Arena, Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Super flyweight Alesia Graf, 113½, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Esmeralda Moreno, 113. Graf won the GBU super flyweight title. In the main event and the final fight for Regina Halmich, 110½, she successfully defended her WIBF flyweight title against Hagar Shmoulefeld Finer, 112. She won by a close majority decision.
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November 29, 2007 -  at the Grand Plaza Ballroom, in Houston,  Texas, and promoted by Rock Solid Promotions, "Thursday Night Fights"
Lightweight Crystal “Choo Choo” Delgado, 2-0, picked up her second win with an impressive performance versus previously unbeaten Maria Rodriguez, 2-1 of Brownsville, Texas. These two young ladies matched up well in size and skill which made for an entertaining contest, but Delgado proved to be the quicker of the two and showed more desire to win by finishing the match strong. They stood face to face for the majority of the fight trading power punches, until Rodriguez wore down and Delgado was able to land at a higher percentage in the later rounds and cause swelling over Rodriguez’s eyes.  Delgado won by a four-round unanimous decision, with judges scores of 40-36 on all cards.  Report by Michael J. Campbell

November 29, 2007 - Prairie Meadows Track & Casino, Altoona, Iowa
Super bantamweight Catlin Dance won a four-round majority decision over Clara De La Torre.

November 29, 2007 - Marriott Hotel, Irvine, California
Featherweight Ela Nunez TKO’d Kina Malpartida 1:02 seconds of the fifth round. In the OC Register they reported the following: "Nunez came out winging wild power shots from the opening bell, while Malpartida tried to use her height and reach to land 1-2 combinations and keep her at bay. One of Nunez’s wild shots landed in the closing seconds of the third round as she dropped Malpartida with a vicious right hand. Somehow, Malpartida beat the count and got saved by the bell."
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November 29, 2007 -  Andiamo Celebrity Showroom, in Warren, Michigan Photo Gallery #461
Mary Jo Sanders
, 160.2 of Michigan, stopped Veronica Rucker, 160.4, in the fourth round by TKO in a in an eight-round non-title bout.  Also, Heavyweight Alecia Battle, 179, won by a KO in the second round over Stephanie Johnson, 198, pro debut. 
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November 27,  2007-Grosseto, Italy
Emanuela Pantani
, 121¼, TKO'd Elena Miftode, 120¼, in the fourth round. The two were scheduled to fight for 10 rounds, and were fighting for the Jr. Featherweight EBU belt. 
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November 24, 2007 - Veracruz, Mexico
In a non-title fight at super bantamweight Jackie Nava of Tijuana (Baja California) outpointed Lina Ramírez of Guasave (Sinaloa) by a wide margin on the scorecards of all three judges. According to David Kaufman of Box Noticias, Nava delivered a tremendous performance, dominating her opponent and connecting with powerful shots throughout the eight rounds. It was only due to Ramírez's great fortitude, in the view of the same writer, that she didn't go down. By Ewan Whyte
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November 24, 2007 - Paragon Casino & Resort,  Marksville, Louisiana
Ada "The Ace" Velez defeated Kasha Chamblin with a 10-rd unanimous decision, and won the vacant IBA super bantamweight world title.  Final judges scores were 98-92, 97-93, 100-90   In the Daily Advertiser by sports writer Grant Alexander, he reported the following: That the entire fight, Velez was like a stubborn bulldog that Chamblin couldn't figure out. That in the eighth round, Velez hit Chamblin so hard that the snot flew out of her nose - literally knocking the snot out of her. But Chamblin fought back with a flurry to start the ninth round. Following Chamblin's attack, Velez seemed to smile as if to say, "OK, now it's my turn." Valez then countered with a flurry of her own and any chance of Chamblin coming away with a decision was dead. Chamblin was a very good sport about the fight and gave her props to Velez, by saying, “She [Velez] was class all the way, both in the ring and out of it.” Chamblin is hoping to get a rematch with Velez to win the IBA belt.Also, Yvonne Reis UD4 over Valerie Mahfood. Photos to be posted soon!
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November 24, 2007 - Gilleleje, Denmark
Anita Christensen
, 119¾, of Denmark, TKO’d Micaela Calugareanu, Romania, in the third round, in a scheduled six rounder.   In another match on the card, light welterweight Vinni Skovgaard, 140¾,  TKO’d  Galina Gumliiska, 139¾, in the 1:17 seconds, of a .third round of a scheduled six round bout.
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November 24, 2007 -Freiberger Arena, Dresden, Sachsen, Germany
Ambar Fajardo
, 128, won by a six-round majority decision over Olga Bojare. Final judges scores  60-54, 57-57, and 58-56.  In another women's bout,   Maria Kriwoschapkina, defeated Carolina Alvarez, 112½, by a six round unanimous decision.  Final judges scores 55-59, 54-60, 55-59. Lastly junior flyweight Kristin Schoenig, 106¾,. won by a 1:03 seconds, third round TKO over Albena Atseva.
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November 24, 2007-Manila, Philippines
Jr. Flyweight Geremie Tabastabas won an eight-round unanimous decision over Jujeath Nagawa. The two were fighting for the WIBA Youth Jr. Flyweight title.

November 24, 2007- Steyr, Austria
Jr. Bantamweight Doris Koehler one a four-round bout by points over Simona Pencakova.
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November 23, 2007 - Perth, WA, Austratlia
Jr. Lightweight Erin McGowen KO2 Nongju Sor Supinya.
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November 19, 2007 - Bangkok, Thailand
Jr. Flyweight Siriporn Thaweesuk won a 10-round decision over Momo Koseki. 
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November 18, 2007 -  Okayama, Japan
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Nao Ikeyama
, 101¾, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Hungary’s Krisztina Belinszky, 100¼. The two were fighting for the vacant WIBA Strawweight title. Final judges scores were 98-94, 97-94, and 98-95;  Anri Nakagawa, 104¼, won an eight round unanimous decision over Sho Moriyama, 104¾.  Nakagawa won the Japan Mini flyweight belt; Tomoko Koga, 113, UD4  over Aya Tamaki, 111½,  jr bantamweight division; Nori Fijisawa, 103½, won a UD4 over Noriko Aowama, 102½, strawweight division; Miho Uto, 111¾, had a four-round draw over Ayako Obata, 110¼, flyweight division; Momoko Kanda, 103½, had a four-round draw over Yuri Kobayashi, 99¼, strawweight division; Yoko Mizota, 112½, won a split decision over Junko Kanbara, 115,  jr bantamweight division; and Mika Oda, 115¾,  UD4 Hiroko Goga, 117¼, bantamweight division. 
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November 18, 2007 - Tooting, U.K.
Lightweight Laura Saperstein won a four-round bout by points over Borislava Goranova.
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November 17, 2007 - Schwedt, Germany
Nadia Raoui
won a 10-round unanimous decision over Juliette Winter for the WIBF Intercontinental Flyweight title.
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November 17, 2007, in Port St. Lucie, Florida, and promoted by Maurice Malacame
Florida's Marisol "2'Tuff" Miranda, 112, TKO’d Sharon Harris, 112, of Wilson, North Carolina, 1:46 of the first round of a scheduled four round bout.
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November 17, 2007 - Magdeburg, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany -  WIBF featherweight champion Ina Menzer (19-0) retained her belt winning by a 10-round unanimous decision over Laura Serrano, of Mexico. Final judges’ scores were 97-93, 97-93, and 98-92. In another women’s bout, Strawweight Asiye Ozlem Sahin, of Germany, 105½, TKO’d Renata Depciyh, of Poland, 1:16 seconds of the third round of a scheduled four round bout. Full Fight Report with photos
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November 17, 2007 - Jincheongun, Chungcheongbukdo, South Korea super featherweight
Ji-Hye Woo, 129¾, won a 10-round unanimous decision over  Judy Waguthii, 126¾.  Final judges scores were 96-94, 97-94, and 97-94.  The two were fighting for the IFBA super featherweight title; Jin Kim, 104¾, won an eight round unanimous decsion over Hye-Min Kim, 103¾. Final judges scores were 78-76, 77-75, and 78-75. The two were fighting for a vacant Korean female strawweight title. 
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November 16, 2007 - Palasport, Pisa, Toscana, Italy
Simona Galassi
won an eight-round by points over Isabelle Leonardi
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November 16, 2007 - Cicero Stadium, Cicero, Illinois
Junior welterweight Rita Figueroa won a six-round unanimous decision over Danielle Christiansen.
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November 16, 2007 - Barranquilla, Atlantico, Colombia
Darys Pardo
, 136, won by a third round TKO over Juana Giraldo, 136.  Apparently Giraldo was making her pro debut; Diana Ayala, of Colombia, 118,  won by a six-round unanimous decision over Monica Acosta Siris, 119, of Colombia;  Junior Flyweight  Ana Fernandez KO'd Lissette Salazar in the first round of a scheduled six rounder; and lastly, bantamweight Olga Julio, 118,  won a four-round unanimous decision over Omaira Suarez, 118.
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November 15, 2007 in Saint Petersburg, Russia
Svetlana Kuhl
won by UD6 over Julia Bryzhah, pro debut. Also, Anastasia Toktaulova won by UD6 over Evgenia Zablotskaja.

November 14, 2007 -Boulder County Fairgrounds, Longmont, Colorado, promoter Corey Williams - Super Middleweight Veronica Mahling, 158,  won by a first round (8 seconds)  KO over Elisha Cleffman, 154.  The fight was scheduled for six rounds. WBAN was told by Team Cleffman that there was a Colorado title up for this bout.  (C.B.A super middlewieght). Cleffman told WBAN, "Training and experience wise she [Mahling] was awesome. I was out on my feet after the first strike but somehow managed to come through with a strong left and I guess it caught her just right."  Logged in Master Search

November 13, 2007- Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Junior middleweight Karolina Lukasik, of Poland, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Yahaira Hernandez of the Dominican Republic. Lukasik won the super welterweight WIBF, GBU world titles, and the WBC Interim Championship. Final judges’ scores were 100-87, 100-87, and 100-88.
Also, on the undercard, junior bantamweight Magdalena Dahlen, of Germany, won a four-round majority decision over Viktoria Oleynik of the Ukraine. Final judges scores were 39-38, 38-38, and 39-37.
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November 12, 2007 in Santa Domingo, Dominican Republic Kathy Penelope Hernandez won a four-round decision over Grecia Nova.  Also, Gardy Pena and Evelina Diaz fought to a four-round draw.

November 11, 2007 in Bahia, Brazil
Halana Santos
won by KO1 over Roberta Texeira

November 10, 2007 - in Fountain Hills, Arizona
Annette Agredano
, pro debut, won by UD4 over Allison Cole, pro debut.

November 10, 2007 -  Daejeon, South Korea
Eun-Young Huh
won by UD10 over Il-Lim Jun.

November 10, 2007 - Silver Reef Casino - Ferndale, WA
New Photo Gallery #453 and Gallery #454
Two northwest women, as well as one from Las Vegas and a California transplant, stepped in to the ring in welterweight bouts at the Silver Reef Casino in Ferndale, Washington. Of the northwesterners, one looked sharp, the other showed improvement. Molly McConnell, 144,  looked every bit the skilled boxer as she faced Angie Dauenhaur, 146. McConnell started the fight pumping a jab to Dauenhaur's face, and in reality, that would have been the only punch she would have needed to win the fight as Dauenhaur had little defense, and rarely threw anything in return. Dauenhaur, who held her hands head high, left her body open, and McConnell went to work there. There was a moment late in the opening round when a McConnell right to the body stung Dauenhaur. Dauenhaur was hurt to the point that the fight could have been stopped, she was doing little to defend herself, but to her credit she stood in to finish the round. Thirty seconds in to the second round after taking another wicked body shot, Dauenhaur turned her back to McConnell. That signaled the end. The referee let the action continue for a short time, but when Dunerhaur dropped to a knee, the fight ended. McConnell scored the TKO win at 1:21 of the second round.  Tammie Johnson and Jana Simms went toe to toe again. In October Johnson won a four round unanimous decision. The result here would be the same. Too often in the fight Simms found herself out of position, thus she threw punches from awkward angles. That also meant Johnson had to adjust her attack. Had Johnson been able to step in and throw her jab straight up the middle at Simms, the fight might have been over soon. There were a number of times in each round when a Johnson left would catch Simms, and while she winced, Simms did not back away. In the third round it appeared that Johnson may have reaggravated a bruise on her right hand as she threw it less often. And when she did it was often a looping right, thus less effective than her earlier punches. Nonetheless, Johnson again shut Simms out. All judges scored the fight 40-36. [Top Photo: McConnell vs. Dunerhaur, bottom photo: Johnson vs. Simms] Story by Mike Blair

November 10, 2007 - Shinjuku FACE, in Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan
Emiko Raika
, of Japan won a 10-round majority decision over Ann Marie Saccurato, of the United States. The two were fighting for the Lightweight WIBA title. The final judges scores (all judges from Japan, according to Team Saccurato), was 93-99, 93-97, and 95-95. Full Report on results

November 10, 2007 -  Sky Ute Casino, in Ignacio, Colorado - Layla McCarter, 134.2,  won by a (.44 seconds) third round TKO over Tammy Franks, 133.4, in a lightweight bout.  The two fought a six-round bout.

November 10, 2007 in Brantford, Ontario, Canada
Linda Ludwig
won by UD4 over Bernadette Hume, pro debut

November 9, 2007 - A La Carte Pavilion, Tampa, Florida
Lightweight Jenna Shiver, 132½,  TKO’d Monique Duval, 131,  0:57 seconds of the third round, of a scheduled four round bout on the undercard.  
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November 9, 2007 - Manila, Philippines
Marnelle Verano
won by UD4 over Baino Londo.

November 9, 2007 - in Kingman, Arizona
Katie Romeo
, pro debut, won by TKO1 over Amanda Murphy, pro debut.

November 9, 2007 - in Monterrey, Mexico
 Ana Zaranzua
won by UD6 over Sara Rendon, pro debut.

November 9, 2007 in Dandong, China
Gao Li Jun
won by UD10 over Chika Mizutani.

November 8, 2007 in San Jose, California
Carina Moreno
won by RTD2 over Emily Kelly.

November 7, 2007 - Gilley's, Dallas, Texas
Welterweight Tiffany Junot, 141½,  TKO’d Judy Garcia, 141½, 1:36 seconds, in the first round of a four-rounder.  
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November 4, 2007 -  Seven Feathers Resort Hotel & Casino, in Oregon
Three women's bouts were featured on the card.  Jennifer Barber and Maira Caberra opened the show.  Barber stopped Caberra in the second round by TKO when the referee stopped the fight. In the second women's bout, Merced Nunez took on Clara de la Torre with Nunez winning the bout by unanimous decision 40-36, 40-36, and 39-36. In the final bout of the evening Kelsey Jeffries and Elizabeth Villarreal fought for the vacant GBU world title for ten rounds of action with the decision awarded to Kelsey Jeffries, 98-92 on all score cards.  
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November 4, 2007 - KÉSZ Aréna, in Kiskunfelegyhaza, Hungary
Jr. bantamweight Judit Palacian and Rita Takacs, pro debut, fought to a ND6. (Exhibition only)

November 3, 2007 - in Austin, Texas
Bianca Ledezma
, 120,  won by a four-round unanimous decision over Melissa Alicea, 120.3.
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November 3, 2007 – Paris, Arkansas
New Photo Gallery #453 and Gallery #455
Sarah Goodson
, 105, won by a fourth round TKO (1:45 seconds) over Addie Erb, 105. 
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November 3, 2007 in Derby, United Kingdom
Sara Davies
won a four-round decision over Angel McKenzie.  
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November 2, 2007 Morongo Casino Resort & Spa, in Cabazon, California
On the undercard, super bantamweight Ana Julaton, Phillipines,  won a four-round unanimous decision over Rita Valentini. Final judges scores were 40-34, 40-34, and 39-35.
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November 2, 2007  Auckland's SkyCity, in Auckland, New Zealand
Layla McCarter, 141, won by a six-round unanimous decision over New Zealand's undefeated Daniella Smith, 147.  McCarter stepped up to the welterweight division to fight Smith, and delivered Smith her first loss as a pro. In the Main event, Nigerian heavyweight Friday Ahunaya, won by a 12-round TKO over previously undefeated Shane Cameron of New Zealand.  Ahunaya won the vacant PABA Heavyweight title, the WBO Asia Pacific Heavyweight Title, and the NABA Heavyweight title. Luis Tapia of Las Vegas, Nevada, managed both McCarter and Ahunaya.  Pre fight Photos 
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