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JULY 2008

July 31, 2008 -  Frontier Field, Rochester, New York
In the main event, Ela "Bam Bam" Nunez, 121½, won the IWBF jr. featherweight world championship with a ten round unanimous decision over Dominga Oliva, 122. Scores were 100-90, 98-94, 97-93.

July 31, 2008 -  Schuetzen Park, in North Bergen, New Jersey
Ava “Lady of Boxing” Knight, 117, of Chico, California,  remains undefeated at 4-0-2 (2KO), when she stopped Canadian Noriko Kariya, 119, by KO [20 seconds] in the fifth round of a scheduled six-rounder. Mike In reported the following: "The show began with local favorite Noriko Kariya battling it out with nineteen year-old Californian Ava Knight, in a rare female bout. Trailing on the scorecards after four rounds of the scheduled six rounder, Kariya was boxing well but absorbing several clean power shots from the taller, well-skilled fighter. Early in round five Knight crushed Kariya with a huge right hand, sending the stunned Canadian-born bantamweight crumbling backwards onto the seat of her
pants. Momentarily debilitated and obviously hurt, the gutsy Kariya valiantly tried to get to her feet but could not, getting co
unted out by referee Sparkle Lee at the 20 second mark of the fateful fifth round. A tremendous showing by Knight, who stays unbeaten at 4-0-2 (3 KO’s) with the knockout victory, while the likable Kariya now stands at 9-3-1 (2 KO’s)." [Logged into master search]

July 30, 2008 – Yoyogi First Gym, Tokyo, Japan
5’7” Lightweight Chika Mizutani, 133½, of Tokyo, Japan,  TKO’d Nongmay Looksaikongdin, 128¼, of Thailand,  in the second round of a six round bout; 5’3” flyweight Mika Oda, 111½, KO’d Petchsairung JBAC Gym, 107, in the first round of a scheduled four rounder.

July 26, 2008 - Casino Cinema, Nairobi, Kenya
Featherweight Rukia Nasarite, fought to a four-round draw with Evalyne Adero, pro debuter. 
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July 26, 2008 - Laubach, Germany
El-Halabi vs. Kohlgruber Video

In front of 5,000 noisy fans, local girl Rola El-Halabi, 133½,  retained her WIBF European lightweight title against Marina Kohlgruber, 131¼,  when all three judges scored the bout 100:90 in her favour. According to El-Halabi’s web site, the champion dominated throughout and had Kohlgruber in trouble on three occasions but was unable to put her away. Final judges scores were 90-100 on all.
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July 25, 2008 - Arena Adolfo López Mateos, Tlalnepantla, México
Strawweight Ana Fabiola Arrazola, 103, TKO’d Cristina Serrano, 104,  in the fourth round of an eight round bout.  Also, featherweight Jessica Villafranca, 126, won a four-round unanimous decision over Rosa Alvarez, 124.  [Logged into master search]

July 25, 2008 - Pre-Saint-Didier, Aosta, Valle d'Aosta, Italy
Flyweight Loredana Piazza won a four-round bout by points Marina Horvath.
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July 25, 2008 - Novalja, Pag, Croatia
Welterweight Ivana Bilman, TKO’d [2:00] Anna Maria Gavaida, in the third round of a four round bout. 
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July 25, 2008 – Centro de Boxe, Curitiba, Parana, Brazil
Featherweight Jennifer Goncalves Maia won an eight-round bout by points over Juliana De Aguiar. This bout was for some local title [Parana State Featherweight Title]. 
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July 23, 2008- Morongo Casino Resort and Spa, in Cabazon, California
Bantamweight Kaliesha West, of Moreno Valley, California, stopped last minute opponent Elizabeth Cervantes, of Lakeside, California, by TKO in the first 55 seconds of the first round.  This was a rematch for West and Cervantes with the first fight ending in a win for West by a four-round unanimous decision. West was originally scheduled to fight Cynthia Talmadge from San Francisco, California, and according to a press release, they stated that she did not pass the eye exam. Cervantes is now 2-9.  West remains undefeated at 10-0-0 (2KO). 
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July 20, 2008 - Bulldog Open Air Arena, Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
super flyweight Hagar Shmoulefeld [Finer], 116¾,  won a four-rounder by points over Fleis Diendji, 116¾; middleweight Pia Porter, 158¾, had a four-round draw with Jaqueline Fuchs, 158¾, of Zurich, Switzerland; and super bantamweight Bettina Völker, 121¼, KO’d Eva Voranerger, in the first round of a four round bout. [Logged into master search]

July 20, 2008 - Gwanakgu Hall, Seoul, South Korea
2008-07-20 105 Dan-Bi Kim  4-0-0

Dan-Bi Kim
, 103¾, KO'd [1:36] Pranee Maneesing in the third round of a 10-round bout; also, Ji-Yun Kim, 128½, KO'd [1:49] Wasinee Soysuvan, 129¾.

July 19, 2008 – WAB Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya
Featherweight Jane Kavulani KO”d Nantongo Mulinde in the sixth round of a scheduled six round bout. Also, featherweight Christine Auma, won a four-rounder by points over Benedetta Kaloki.  [Logged into master search]

July 19, 2008 - Palacio Penarol, Montevideo, Uruguay
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Junior welterweight Chris “Bombon Asesino” Namus, 139¾, KO’d Perla “La Potranquita” Hernandez, 135¼, of Torreon, Mexico, won a youth title with the WIBA, in an eight rounder. [Logged into master search]

July 19, 2008 -  Quinte Sports Centre, Belleville, Ontario, Canada, and promoted by Buxton Promotions
 
[Photo Gallery #487, Flash Photo Slideshow #89] [Video Streaming of the four round bout courtesy of Buxton Promotions!] Featherweight Lindsay Garbatt, 125 ½, now 2-1-0 (2 KOs), of Ontario, stopped by TKO Lucia Larcinese, 127, in the fourth round and the final round. What some seem to think was a premature stoppage, the crowd began to chant, “Rematch, Rematch.” 
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July 19, 2008 - Leichardt Parish Hall, Queensland, Australia
Super featherweight Katrina Ripley, 128½, won a six-round unanimous decision over Nicole Sykes, 123½. The two were fighting for some local title (vacant Queensland State Super Featherweight title). Final judges scores were 58-56, 58-56, and 59-56. It was reported that this was a pro debut for both (why they would be fighting for any title, even a local title is baffling).

July 18, 2008 -Civitanova Marche, in Marche, Italy
Flyweight Simona Galassi, 111, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Eileen Olszewski, 111½, of New York, for the WBC Flyweight title. Final judges’ scores were 99-91, 99-91, and 99-92.

 

July 18, 2008-Reliant Arena, in Houston, Texas
In a women’s bout on the card, middleweight Christy Martin and Valerie Mahfood, of Beaumont, Texas, fought to an eight round draw. According to the Houston Chronicle, Martin, of Orlando, Florida, displayed her boxing technique from the opening bell, connecting with combinations, that caused Mahfood to stumble. “Boos engulfed the arena at the end of the fight”, the Houston Chronicle reported. Martin said in a post fight interview that she felt that she won every round, and that she had landed the bigger shots.  [NABF title]

July 17, 2008 -  Roots Magic Club, in Distrito Federal, MX Flyweight Mariana Juarez, 110¼, won by TKO over Sandra Hernandez, 110¼, in the 10th round. The two were fighting for a Mexican Women’s Flyweight title.  [Logged into master search]

July 16, 2008 -  Provincal Court Ground, Pattalung, Thailand
Super Flyweight Usanakorn Kokietgym, of Thailand, KO'd Zia Jua in the sixth round of an eight round bout. This was reported to be for a vacant PABA title. [Idiotic to say the least.] Kokietgym is now 1-0-0 (1KO), and Jua is 0-1-0. [Logged into master search]

July 13, 2008 - Goyang City, Gyeonggido, South Korea
Junior flyweight, Naomi Togashi, 106½, of Tokyo, Japan,won a 10-round unanimous decision against  Jin Kim, 107,  of South Korea  for the vacant interim WBC Female junior flyweight title. Judges scores were 94-97, 92-99, and 94-96.  Also, in another women's bout, flyweight Il Lim Jun, 111, won an eight-round unanimous decision over Bo Young Kim, 111¼.  Jun won the vacant PABA Women's flyweight title. Final judges scores were 79-74, 80-74, and 79-73. [Logged into master search]

July 12, 2008 - Jevanjee Gardens in the Central Business District of Nairobi, Kenya
Charity Mukami
had a draw against
Patroda Lihavi.
Report by Edward Sande:
Barely 24 hours after another Kenyan Conjestina Achieng was perceived to have lost unfairly in a contest against Natasha Ragosina, womens' boxing's ugly side reared its head again in a non-title fight in Nairobi Kenya.  [In Sande's opinion], everybody at the Jevanjee Gardens agreed that Middleweight Charity "Scary" Mukami won a shutout victory against fellow Kenyan Patroda Lihavi. The Kenya Professional Boxing Commission (KPBC) however had other ideas and scored the fight a draw. Promoter Atomic Bunde did not mince his words. "It's a disgrace, the decision is a clear affront to all boxing fans who attended the event and more so for Mukami".  Bunde added, "We will launch a formal complaint on the issue though I know that the decision will stand." Mukami was clearly in charge, stepping back at the right time, and landing clear crisp jabs on Lihavi. The crowd was shocked when KPBC Secretary General announced decision as a draw.  One or two hooks that Lihavi landed on Mukami were certainly not enough to earn her a draw. Mukami's record is now 2 wins, 1 loss and 1 draw, while Lihavi registered her best 'result' adding a draw to her 0-3 record.

July 12, 2008 - Color Line Arena, Altona, Hamburg, Germany
Middleweight S'Kati Katz, of Austin, Texas, won a four-round bout by points over Daria Albers.

July 12, 2008 - Ferndale, Washington
Report/Photos by Mike Blair
[Photo Gallery #486, Flash Photo Slideshow #88]
Two Canadian featherweights faced each other over four rounds Saturday night at the Silver Reef Casino and Resort in Ferndale, Washington. Wendy Roy (0-4) fought for the first time in the United States, facing Sarah Pucek (1-0) who made her pro debut in Tacoma a while back. Pucek worked her way through the amateur ranks before turning pro; Roy had no amateur career, choosing instead to throw herself in to the professional mix two years ago. Full Fight report

July 11, 2008 - Club Defensores de Villa Lujan, in Tucuman, Argentina
After nearly one year of inactivity junior featherweight Alejandra Oliveras returned to the ring and won an eight-round unanimous decision over Carmen Montiel. According to the MDZ Online, they reported that Oliveras was none too impressive on her return to the ring. They stated that Montiel dominated various phases of the fight and had her down in the 4th. At the end, Oliveras asked for the microphone and tried to explain that despite the knockdown she was superior to Montiel but was unable to make herself heard above the booing and whistling.

July 11, 2008 - Faehrhafen, Cuxhaven, Niedersachsen, Germany
Natascha Ragosina
won by a 10-round unanimous decision against Conjestina Achieng.  The two fought for the WIBA, WIBF, WBC, WBA world titles. Ewan Whyte wrote:
She came dressed as Supergirl but it would be a lie to say Natascha Ragosina fought like a girl. She didn’t fight at all. She ‘boxed’ (we are told), which meant trying to keep the challenger at arm’s length (further still, if possible) for twenty short minutes while the clock ran down. She didn’t even make a very good job of that, it has to be said; Achieng cornered her on quite a few occasions with surprising ease, and when she did, she landed some quite good punches. Ragosina neither landed nor even threw anything all night that would have smudged your granny’s make-up, yet according to the promoter, Ulf Steinforth, the decision (97-93, 96-94, 97-93) in her favour was correct. What we saw tonight, he told us, was “a class boxer against a fighter”. This ‘fighter/boxer’ dichotomy will be the death of boxing. Sport is about two people or two teams attempting to do the same thing, with each trying to do it better than the other. If they in fact have different objectives, then separate sports are needed to accommodate them. Otherwise it becomes not only farcical but unfair.  Full Story  In a second women's bout featherweight Esther Schouten TKO'd [1:14] Damaris Muthoni in the fourth round of a six round bout.

July 11, 2008 - Knox Netball Centre, Ferntree Gully (Melbourne), Victoria, Australia
Super bantamweight Susie Ramadan, 117, of Victoria, Australia, won an eight-round unanimous decision over Edith Smith, 120, of Queensland, Australia.  On all scorecards 80-72.   

July 11, 2008 - Paitone, Brescia, Lombardia, Italy
Flyweight Valeria Imbrogno won a six-round by points over Rita Takacs.

July 11, 2008 - National Guard Armory, Philadelphia
Heavyweight Tanzee Daniel, 212, won a four-round split decision over Tiffany Woodard, 212.  Final judges scores were 39-37, 37-39, and 39-37. 

July 10, 2008 - The Palladium, Denver, Colorado
Super bantamweight Brittany Cruz TKO’d Jennifer Finn, pro debut, in the first round of a four round bout.

July 9, 2008 -  Grand Plaza Hotel, in Houston, Texas
[Photo Gallery #485]
Local boxer Crystal Delgado, 130¼, remained undefeated when she defeated Tammy Franks with a four-round unanimous decision. All judges scores were 39-37.
[Logged into master search]

July 8, 2008 - Omnoi Municipality’s Gymnasium, Samut Sakhon, Thailand
Strawweight Winyu Paradorn Gym won a six-round unanimous decision over Paetonglek Jindamanee, of Thailand.  [Logged into master search]

July 7, 2008 - Juan Convention Wedding Hall, Incheon, South Korea  Junior Featherweight Ji Ae Jang, 121½, of South Korea, won an eight round unanimous decision over Hee Jung Yuh, 121, of South Korea.  The final judges scores 77-75, 78-77, and 77-75. The two were fighting for a vacant Korean Jr featherweight belt. [Logged into master search]

July 5, 2008 - Club Afrique, Nairobi, Kenya
Featherweight Rukia Nasarite, won a four-round split decision over Jane Kavulani. Final judges scores were 39-38, 40-38, and 39-40. [Logged into master search]

July 5, 2008 - Gimnasio de La Sabana, San Jose, Costa Rica
Junior middleweight Hanna Gabriel, 155, won a four-round unanimous decision over Cristy Nickel, 154. Final judges scores were 36-40, 37 ½ -38 ½ , 36 ½ -40.

July 5, 2008, Club Cochicó, in Victorica, La Pampa, Argentina  junior welterweight, Monica Acosta, 140, won a four-round unanimous decision over Guillermina Fernandez, 138¾. [Logged into master search]

July 5, 2008 -Pedro Julio Nolasco Coliseo, La Romana, Dominican Republic
Super bantamweight Maribel Santana won a four rounder by points over Carolina Martinez. [Logged into master search]

July 5, 2008 Barrio El Carmen, Barranquilla, Colombia
Featherweight Monica Siris KO’d Shirley Gutierrez in the second round of a scheduled four round bout.  [Logged into master search]

July 5, 2008 -  Nairobi, Kenya
Featherweight Judy Waguthii, 125¾, won a six-round unanimous decision over Consolata Awuor, 126. [Logged into master search]

July 5, 2008 -Cliff Anderson Sports Hall, Georgetown, Guyana
Hheavyweight Pamela London  won an eight-round majority decision over Veronica Blackman.  The two fought for some local Guyanese Women's Heavyweight Title. Also, heavyweight Andrea Duncan, 204, won a four-round split decision over Shelly Gibson, 266.  [Logged into master search]

July 5, 2008 -  Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino, in Las Vegas, Nevada
On the undercard featured a women's bout. [Photo Gallery #484, Flash Photo Slideshow #87] Johanna Mendez, now 3-0-1 (1KO), 119 lbs., who fights out of Houston, Texas, was four inches shorter than her opponent, Ana "The Hurricane" Julaton, 4-0-1 (1KO), 121 lbs. Mendez tagged taller opponent with uppercuts...Full Story
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July 3, 2008 - Buenos Aires, Argentina
Junior featherweight Marcela Acuña, 120¼, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Danielle Bouchard, 120½. The two fought for the WBA Jr Featherweight title. Also, flyweight Yesica Bopp won a six-round unanimous decision over Adriana Herrera Full Story by Ewan Whyte  [Logged into master search]

July 2, 2008 - Trotyl Bar and Lounge, Petionville, Haiti
Junior Flyweight Marylin "La Cachorrita" Hernandez, of the Dominican Republic, TKO'd Grecia Nova, of San Juan, Dominican Republic, in the third round of a scheduled six round bout.  [Logged into master search]

July 2, 2008 - Centro de Convenciones Atlapa, Panama City, Panama
Super bantamweight Ogleidis Suarez, 122, won a six-round unanimous decision over Diana Ayala, 122. In another women’s match, featherweight Alya Sanchez, 126,  TKO’d [1:24 seconds] Yesica Perez, 128, in the second round of a four round bout.  [Logged into master search]

 

 

 

 

     
     
     
     

 

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