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MAY 2008

May 31, 2008  - Sky Ute Casino, Colorado
Jennifer "The Razor" Barber,  7-0 (4 KO's) won by a dominating performance with a 4th round TKO over Adriana Delgado, 12-3-1(4KO's). According to our sources, the ref stopped the fight at the advice of Delgado's corner.

May 31, 2008 - Salle Roger Boileau, in Dombasle, Meurthe-et-Moselle, France  Flyweight Nadia Hokmi, of France, won by technical decision over Elena Miftode, when Miftode retired in the third round of a six-round bout.

May 31, 2008 - Dusseldorf, Germany
Jr. Welterweight Lucia Morelli, 140, won a six-round unanimous decision over Borislava Goranova, 142¼.

May 31, 2008 - Chameleon Club in Budapest, Hungary
In the main event, Hungarian Krisztina Belinszky (99lbs) won an unanimous decision over American Melissa Shaffer (99.25lbs) and captured vacant GBU and WIBC Mini-weight world titles. Belinszky began the bout with  a very aggressive style and later dominated and outscored Shaffer in every round with jabs and body shots.  After the fight Shaffer behave very sportsmanlike and congratulated Belinszky.  Official scoring, Béla Flórián (HUN) 99-92; Grzegorz Molenda (POL) 99-92; Miklos Döry (HUN) 98-92.


May 31, 2008 - Germany
Pre-fight Interview
Germany's Ina Menzer, (21-0-0),  retained her WIBF and WBC Featherweight titles when she TKO'd Stacy Reile (8-1-0) in the fourth round. Full Story with Photos

May 30, 2008 - Winnipeg, MB, Canada
Jr welterweight Ayana Pelletier won a four-round unanimous decision over Monique Duval

May 30, 2008 - Barranquilla, Columbia
Featherweight Yesica Perez TKO'd Diana Ayala in the third round of a scheduled four-rounder.

May 30, 2008 - Monticello, New York
Featherweight Ronica Jeffrey won a four-round unanimous decision over Lucia Larcinese.

May 30, 2008 - San Antonio, Texas
Bantamweight Maribel Zurita won a four-round unanimous decision over Bianca Ledezma.

May 24, 2008 -  Vilomaura, Portugal
Loly Muñoz, of Spain,  won a six-round unanimous decision over Sandra Leite, of Portugal, at  61kg. This will be a rematch for the two, with Muñoz winning the first time around.
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May 24, 2008 -  Kunming, China
Bantamweight Sha Sha Zhang won a four-round split decision over Mei Lin. (All bouts on master search)

May 23, 2008 - Club Juventud Unida, Juárez Celman, Cordoba, Argentina
Super bantamweight Sonia Edith Paladino won a four-round unanimous decision over Elizabeth Moreno. [Logged into master search]

May 23, 2008 – The Ranch, Loveland, Colorado
On the boxing card, “The Rumble at The Ranch” heavyweight Hailie Utter, of Colorado TKO’d Samantha Kalber [Williams], 190, in the first round (0:41) of a scheduled four rounder. Rocky Mountain Boxing, Chris Morris reported that this female fight was a “complete farce.”  Morris added, “Hailie Utter won by TKO after landing a glancing blow to Samantha Williams face, she fell like she was shot.” The referee, Stephen Blea called time out and tried to get Williams to get up to finish the fight to no avail giving Utter the TKO victory in the first round.  Source: RockyMountainboxing.com /BoxRec
[In checking boxrec rankings on November 11, 2008 they have Utter ranked #5 in the world ) [Logged into master search]

May 23, 2008 - Espaco Cinema Cultural, Itacare, Bahia, Brazil
Featherweight Halana Santos won a six-round bout by points over Alessandra Santana [Logged into master search]

May 23, 2008 -  Berne, Switzerland
Viktoria Olenik
, 107¼, and a four round draw with Aniya Seki, 108½.  Also Kristina Rozhkova, had a four-round majority draw with Nicole Boss. [Logged into master search]

May 23, 2008 - Gangwondo, S.Korea
Gi-Young Kim
, 115, had a 10-round draw with Su-Hyun Oh,  114¾. The two were fighting for the junior bantamweight IFBA title.  [Logged into master search]

May 18, 2008 Seoul, S. Korea
Manami Arima
, 116¾, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Eun-Young Kim,  118. Arima won the IFBA bantamweight title. BAntantamweight Eun-Hee Lee, 116½, won a four-round unanimous decision over Kyung-Jin Jung, 115.  [Logged into master search]

May 17, 2008 - Liège, Belgium Link to fight
Diane schwachhofer
of Belgium, won a six-round majority decision over Jessica Balogun, of Germany,  in a junior middleweight bout.  Final judges Scores 58-56, 58-56, 58-58. 

May 17, 2008 - Bayreuth, Germany
Welterweight Cecilia Braekhus won a six-round unanimous decision over Adelita Irizarry.  Full Story  [Logged into master search]

May 16, 2008 Edmonton, AB, Canada
Lightweight Ayana Pelletier, 135, TKO'd  Wendy Roy, 131, in the second round of a scheduled four-rounder on the undercard.  [Logged into master search]

May 16, 2008 -  in Ashersleben, Germany
Ramona Kuehne
, (10-0-0) fought Galina Koleva Ivanova of Bulgaria (8-5-2) for
vacant WIBF Lightweight title. Kuehne won the fight in a split decision. Also, Esther Shouten (19-4-1) faced Galina Gumliska (8-13-0) in an 8 round Super Bantamweight bout. This ended in an unanimous decision in favor of Shouten. Full Story with Photos  [Logged into master search]

May 16, 2008 - Albany, NY, USA
Elizabeth Mooney
, 145, had an eight round draw with Mariem Brakache,145. Full Story [Logged into master search]

May 16, 2008 - Tepeji del Rio, Mexico
Featherweight Jessica Villafranca, 124, won a four-rouind split decision over Elizabeth Herrera, 125.  [Logged into master search]

May 16, 200 - Trieste, Italy
Flyweight Valeria Imbrogno won a four-round by points over Simona Pencakova.

May 15, 2008 - San Luis, Argentina
Marcela Acuña
, 126¾, TKO Anays Gutierrez Carrillo, 129¾, in the third round of a scheduled 10-round bout. 
Report "One to Forget" by Ewan Whyte Full Story [Logged into master search]

May 15, 2008 -Irvine, CA, USA
Flyweight Carly Batey won an eight-round unanimous decision over Sharon Gaines. Full Story [Logged into master search]

May 11, 2008 - Coliseo Carlos 'Teo' Cruz, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Bantamweight Pamela Hernandez, of the DR, won a six-round unanimous decision over Liliana Martinez, DR; junior welterweight Diana Cruz TKO’d Juliana Martinez in the second round of a scheduled four-round bout; bantamweight Dahianna Santana TKO’d Diane Garcia in the fourth round of a scheduled four-round bout. [Logged into master search]

May 10, 2008 - Barcelona, Cataluña, Spain
Lightweight Loly Munoz, of Barcelona, now 7-4-1 (5KO), won a six-round unanimous decision over Sandra Leite, now 0-5-0, of Portugal. [Logged into master search]

May 10, 2008 - LBN Boxstudio, Magdeburg, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany
Welterweight Jessica Balogun TKO’d Susanne Breuer in the second round of a six round bout.  [Logged into master search]

May 10, 2008 -  Brandberge Arena, Halle an der Saale, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany Video of Ortega vs Kentikian  Fight Report with photos Susianna Kentikian (21-0-0) caused a major upset by defeating Mary Elizabeth Ortega (29-5-2) by TKO in the first round of the WBA / WIBF world title fight in Flyweight. Kentikian caught Ortega with a left right combination, that sent Ortega to the floor 50 seconds into the round. 20 seconds later Kentikian hit the target with another hard right hand, that made Ortega's legs buckle, but she managed to stay on her feet, much to the surprise for Kentikian who was already heading for the neutral corner. The relentless attack from Kentikian continued, and  Ortega had to take another 8 count after being knocked down about 90 seconds into the round. She was visibly shaken when she got off the floor the second time, but the referee let the fight go on, keeping a close eye on Ortega.  However, he decided to stop the fight 10 seconds before the end of the round, after Ortega was backed up against the rope, unable to block much of the incoming fire. The United States boxer immediately protested against the stoppage---although her corner did not seem to join in the protests. Most boxing folks had expected a long and hard fought fight that could go either way. That includes the former WIBF world champion Regina Halmich who co-hosted the event, who predicted very hard work for Kentikian. The world champion stated in the post fight interview, that she had anticipated the fight to go the distance, but she was obviously pleased with the way it turned out. In an eight round bout, flyweight Viktoria Milo won by a unanimous decision over Svetla Taskova. The scores were 78-74, 78-76 and 78-74. [Logged into master search]

May 9, 2008 - Ciudad Nezahualcóyotl
Sandra Hernández
of the Federal District became the first ever Mexican flyweight champion when, at the end of her ten round encounter with Gabriela “Pelusa” González of Mexico State, the judges split 2:1 in her favour. The fight, albeit inconclusive, was described as 'fiercely contested'. Source: Esto

May 9, 2008 - Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
You Tube Video - Raika/Brown 1-3 rounds 
You Tube Video - Raika/Brown 4-6 rounds
In what was considered the first time the Japan Boxing Commission recognized women’s boxing this year, this was an all-female boxing card.  In a six-rounder, Japan’s junior welterweight  Emiko Raika, 136, 18-3-1 (6KO), won a six-round majority decision over previously undefeated Natalie Brown,  136¼, 5-1-0, of Canada.  Judges scores were 58-57, 58-56, and 58-58.  In other bouts on the undercard, flyweight Rie Fujimoto, 112, 6-2-2 (2KO, won a six-round majority decision over Mami [Asami] Shikasho, 110¾. Final judges scores were 58-57, 58-57, and 57-57;   Naomi Tagashi, 104 ¾, retired her opponent, Anri Nakagawa, 104, in the second round of a six round bout;   Super Flyweight Mutsumi Maeda, 117 ¼, TKO’d Miki Kikukawa, 117, at [0:46] of the fifth round of a scheduled six round bout;  Japan’s strawweight Etsuko Tada, 105,  won a six-round unanimous decision over Napaporn Boonchuon  [Lilly Rachaprachagym], 103 ¾ , of Thailand. Final judges scores were 59-55, 59-55, and 60-55; Japan’s junior flyweight Tomoko Ito, 104 ¾, won a fourth round technical decision over Mami Ito, 103 ¾.  According to news sources, Mami sustained a large swelling on her forehead, and the JPC doctor advised the referee to stop the match at [24 seconds] of the fourth round; .Japan’s strawweight Momo Koseki, 104,  won a four-round unanimous decision over Mayumi Kubo, 104 ¼. Final judges scores, 40-37, 40-37, and 40-36; Junior Featherweight Natsuki Fujimoto, 122 ¼,  won a four-round majority decision over Kiyoka Miyoshi, 122 ¼; Strawweight Tomoyo Noguchi, 101,  won a four-round unanimous decision over Yu Koshiishi, 100 ¼;  and lastly Sakura Ouchi, 101 ¼, won a four-round unanimous decision over Yuri Kobayashi, 93 ¼.  Final judges scores were 38-37, 38-37, and 39-37.

May 9, 2008 - A La Carte Event Pavilion, in Tampa, FL
Super featherweight Adawirky Lopez, 126,  making her pro debut, won a four-round unanimous decision over Jenna “Cowgirl” Shiver, 126,  of Tampa, Florida. Final judges scores were 39-37 on all cards. [Logged into master search]

May 8, 2008 - Tulsa, Oklahoma
Stephanie Dobbs TKO'd Salina Jordan in the second round of a six-rounder. The fight was in the bantamweight division. [Logged into master search]

May 7, 2008 - Centro de Convenciones Atlapa, Panama City, Panama
Bantamweight Alys ´La China´Sánchez, 124, won a four-round unanimous decision over Kathia Montuto, 124½. (39-37; 39-38; 40-36). Also, Ámbar Fajardo (Venezuela) UD Monica SIris (Colombia) (59-54; 59-55; 60-54)4 x 2 minutes at bantamweight. Full Story by Ewan Whyte

May 4, 2008 – Beiya boxing gymnasium, Changchun, China
Bantamweight Shen Yue Dan won a six-round unanimous decision over Zhang Sha Sha. Flyweight Luo Yu Jie UD8 Cheng Yan Jie; Featherweight Huang Wen Si KO’d Zhen Yuan Pei in the fifth round of an eight round bout; Welterweight Xie Li Li KO’d Qiao Mei Li in the first round of a six round bout; Bantamweight Shen Yue Dan UD6 Zhang Sha Sha. [Logged into master search]

May 3, 2008 -  Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle in Stuttgart, Germany
Alesia Graf, 116,  of Stuttgart, won by TKO in the fifth round [1:32 seconds] over Rosilette Santos, 114¾, of Curitiba, Brazil.  About five minutes of the fight was televised on ZDF.  When the referee stopped the fight in round 5, after a series of hard punches from Graf, Santos was very displeased with the ref's decision. Graf stated after the fight that she didn't understand why the fight was broken off at that stage.   Also, Junior flyweight Asiye Ozlem Sahin, 107¾, won by a four round unanimous decision over Nataliya Bermas, 112½.
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May 2, 2008 - Twin Lyons Casino, Guadalajara
Irma "la Güerita" Sánchez and Magali Ávalos stand at one apiece, after judges gave the decision to "La Güerita" . With it, apparently, came the title of "Bantamweight Champion of the Hispanic World". 
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May 2, 2008 – Knox Netball Centre, Ferntree Gully, Melbourne, Victoria Australia
Featherweight Susie Ramadan, 122½, won by a fourth round (1:30 seconds) TKO over Nongbow Lookhauybong, 122¼. The bout was scheduled for six rounds.  [Logged into master search]







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