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NOVEMBER 2008

November 29, 2008 - Buenos Aires, Argentina
Junior featherweight Yanina Acuna, 118¼, won a four-round majority decision over Carolina Duer, 119. [Logged into master search]

November 29, 2008 - Karlsruhe, Germany
Flash Photo Slideshow by Claudia Schell

Bettina Völker won a 10-round unanimous decision over Romanian Corina Carlescu. Volker won the WIBF super bantamweight European belt.  Final judges scores were 96-94, 97-93, and 97-92.
Also, Ozlem Sahin and Rama Amasheh fought to a draw.

November 29, 2008 - Aachen, Germany
Junior Middleweight Jessica Balogun KO4 Tatjana Dieckmann, in a 10 round bout. Full Story [Logged into master search]

November 29, 2008 -Santiago de los Cabelleros, DR
Junior lightweight Pamela Hernandez TKO1 Angela Garcia, in a four round bout. [Logged into master search]

November 29, 2008 - México City, México
Flyweight Mariana Juarez, 110¼, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Esmeralda Moreno, 111. The two were fighting for the WBC Interim Flyweight title. Full Story [Logged into master search]

November 28, 3008 - ATLAPA Convention Centre, Panama City, Panama
Ogleidis Suárez, 122,  and Alys Sánchez, 126—both Venezuelans based in Panama—had little difficulty in holding on to their undefeated records, with the former outpointing Mónica Acosta Siris, 120,  of Colombia (60:55, 60:55, 60:54) at super bantamweight, and the latter, Kathia Montuto, 126, of Panama (40:36, 40:36, 40:37) at featherweight. Full Story by Ewan Whyte   Prefight rep
ort [Logged into master search]

November 28, 3008 -Juárez Celman, Argentina
Featherweight Sonia Paladino won an eight round bout by points over Cristina Pacheco. [Logged into master search]

November 28, 2008 - Cilindro Municipal, Montevideo, Uruguay  Full Story by Nicole Woods
Nicole Woods, 139, won an eight round unanimous decision over Maria Elena Maderna, 139.  Maderna was a last minute replacement, after it was reported that Chris Namus sprained her ankle.  The local media reported that this bout was fast and polished, and they received much applause. They went on to say that the Argentinean Maderna was a worthy opponent.
In round six, Maderna received an eight count.  Final judges scores were 72-79, 72-80, and 73-80.  [Logged into master search]

November 28, 2008 - Maritim Hotel, Magdeburg, Germany
Natascha Ragosina, 165 1/2, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Conjestina Achieng, 161 3/4. Ragosina successfully defended her WIBF and WBA super middleweight titles. Final judges scores were 97-93, 99-91, and 98-92. In another world championship bout, Ramona Kuehne, 133, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Dahianna Santana, 129. The two were fighting for the WIBF lightweight title. The final judges scores were 97-93, 100-92, and 97-93.   In a third bout, on the undercard, Maria Lindberg, 154.3, won a six-rounder by points over Pia Porter, 157.6,  in a middleweight match.
Flash Photo Slideshow [Logged into master search]

November 28, 2008 - Knox Basketball Stadium, in Ferntree Gulyy, Victoria, Australia
Susie Ramadan
, 120, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Michelle Preston, 117¼. The final judges scores were 98-92, 98-92, and 96-94. The two were fighting for the OPBF super bantam inaugural title. Full Report by Mischa Merz in Melbourne  [Logged into master search]

November 28, 2008 - New Castle, PA, USA
Featherweight Lucia Larcinese won a four-round unimous decision over Valerie De Frietas. [Logged into master search]

November 26, 2008 - Arena El Jefe, Monterrey, Mexico
Esther “Sargento” Escobar
won an four-round unanimous decision over Martha “La Garcita” Vargas. Final judges scores were 40:35, 40:35, 40:35. They were fighting at 50 kg.
 [Logged into master search]

November 25, 2008 - Pepsi Coliseum, in Indianapolis, Indiana
Eva Jones Young
, 139, won a four-round on the undercard by a unanimous decision over Kerri Hill, 130.  Final judges scores were 40-36, 40-36, 40-36. [Logged into master search]

November 22, 2008 - Les Vielles Forges, Les Mazures, Ardennes, France
Anne Sophie Mathis
, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Belinda Laracuente, for the WBC junior welterweight title. Final judges scores were 98-92, 96-94, and 97-93.[Logged into master search]

November 22, 2008- Stadthalle, Rostock, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany
Featherweight Ina Menzer, 125½, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Adriana Salles,  124½. The two were fighting for the WIBF and WBC Featherweight title. Final judges scores were 98-92, 100090, 99-91. In a second bout, Alesia Graf, 114½ won a 10-round unanimous decision over Magdalena Dahlen, 114¾. Graf won the WIBF/GBU super featherweight flyweight title. Final judges scores were 99-91, 97-94, and 97-98.  [Logged into master search]

November 21, 2008 – St. Clarence Hall, North Olmsted, Ohio
Tanya Colvin
, 188, won a four-round unanimous decision over Alecia Battle, 193. [Logged into master search]

November 20, 2008 - San Manuel Casino, in Highland, California
Lightweight Rhonda Luna, won a six-round split decision over Kina Malpartida
[Logged into master search]

November 20, 2008 HP Pavilion, San Jose, California
In front of 3,453 boxing fans, at the American Metal & Iron Fight Night at the Tank, there will be two women’s bouts on the undercard. In one bout, junior welterweight Chika Nakamura, 137, won a six-round bout by unanimous decision over Tiffany Junot, 136 ¼. In the second bout, flyweight Melissa McMorrow, 106, won a unanimous decision in a four-rounder over pro debuter Gloria Salas, 103 ¾. An interesting quote from the Examiner.com, from this fight card said, “The main event was overshadowed by the two women’s matches on the seven-bout card. Although Junot landed impressive combinations in every round and won two of them, Nakamura was the sharper puncher, was busier and carried the fight. In the opener, McMorrow’s left hooks were the difference as Salas retained her polish admirably throughout the fight.” [Logged into master search]

November 20, 2008 -  at the Palais des Sports, Saint-Quentin, Aisne, France
Myriam Chomaz
, 128½, won a split decision over Jennifer Barber, 126.  Final judges scores were 98-93, 94-96, and 95-96. The two were fighting for the Interim WBC super featherweight title. [Logged into master search]

November 19, 2008 -  OnCenter, in Syracuse, New York  featherweight Ela Nunez, 9-4-0 (2KO), defeated Lindsay Garbatt, 2-2-0 (2KO), by an eight round unanimous decision. [Logged into master search]

November 18, 2008 -  Table Mountain Casino, in Friant, California
Ava Knight
won the IFBA North American bantamweight title when she delivered Kaliesha “Wild Wild” West her first loss.  Knight won the eight rounder by a unanimous decision. All Judges scorecards were 77-75.  Knight is now 5-0-0 (2KO), and West is 10-1-0 (2KO). The card was promoted by Roy Engelbrecht. [Logged into master search]

November 16, 2008 -  Heritage Hotel, in Derby, UK, and promoted by Clifton Mitchell, there was an all-women’s card. The results are the followingLana Cooper, 133, of Cardiff faced Suzanne Hemsley, 132¼, Derby, in a four round bout.  Hemsley won on points 40-37;  Sara “The Law” Davis, 149¼, Derby, fought Angel “The Artist” McKenzie, 135, London (Russian-born), and Davis won by points 59-56; and  Juliette “Stormy” Winter, 117, Derby, won by points over Zsofia Bedo, 120, of Hungary, scores 60-54. Photographs by Jane Warburton [Logged into master search]

November 16, 2008 - Ulm, Germany
(Rayong-Gym Heidenheim/Germany) presented the Dodge Trophy Final 2008, a top class Thai boxing gala. The event took place in a shopping centre in Ulm, Germany. As already in last year’s event, along with the Thai Boxers,  two professional female boxers competed.  Lightweight Rola El Halabi (6-0-0, KOs 3) faced the experienced kickboxer Eva Santa Halasi from Serbia, who made her professional debut as a boxer. El Halabi, clearly the better boxer, dominated the fight but had problems to find the distance and missed a couple of times and hit the air. In the fifth round, El Halabi landed a crushing right hook and Halasi was brutally knocked out. She remained unconscious on the canvas for long, worrying minutes until she managed to get up again.  The second fight of the evening featured Özlem “Sugar” Sahin and Janina Bentz (0-1-0). Light flyweight Sahin (6-0-0, KOs 3), who is actually a minimum weight, fought her first six round match and went the full distance. Sahin dominated the middle of the ring but her opponent was tireless and attacked her time and again. Although several times in round two and three it seemed that her legs were about to give way Bentz persevered. Sahin again showed an impressive performance and the fight was clearly decided in her favour. But since no delegate of the German boxing association was present, the match was ruled a non-contest. Besides, Bentz was 7.83 pounds over the limit. [Logged into master search]

November 15, 2008 - Gimnasio Villa Olímpica de Desamparados, San Jose, Costa Rica (Report by Ewan Whyte
Hanna Gabriel of Costa Rica took home the Fedelatin light middleweight belt last night after outpointing Nayeli Vásquez of Tijuana over 8 rounds (79-75½, 79-75, 79-74) in the Villa Olímpica, Desamparados. The fight began quietly with both women feeling their way but burst into life in the fourth round when Gabriel dropped the visitor with a jab followed by a straight right to the face. In the seventh and eighth rounds, the crowd was on its feet as the local girl went all out for the KO, but the Mexican proved at the tender age of eighteen  to be a tough fighter who refused to lie down and even had Gabriel in difficulties on more than one occasion. [Logged into master search]

November 8,  2008 -Club Atletico San Martín, San Martin, Mendoza, Argentina
Super bantamweight Yesica Marcos, 120¼,  won a four-round unanimous decision over Sonia Paladino,  121.  Final judges scores were 40-36, 40-36 1/2, and 40-36. [Logged into master search]

November 8, 2008 - Siam Park, Tenerife (Spain)
Angel McKenzie fought Leticia Candal in an eight round bout. (translated report) The most keenly anticipated boxing match of the evening was the one that pitted Leticia Candal against Angel McKenzie of Great Britain. The pair were disputing the Sergio Fernández Torres trophy, in memory of the late lamented president of the Federación Canaria de Boxeo. It was a hotly disputed contest in which the Brazilian based in Arona moved very intelligently to avoid the heavy punching of the southpaw McKenzie. Their contrasting styles made for a great fight in which Leticia's speed and mobility trumped the non-stop attack of the British woman. Although McKenzie lost by a wide margin on the scorecards, she nonetheless received a warm ovation. Leticia Candel demonstrated that she is ready now to dispute serious titles. Source: Thai Sport Canarias

November 8, 2008 - Tennis Center, Bad Ragaz, Switzerland
Flyweight Carole Flury, 114¾, won a six-round majority decision over Rita Takacs, 110. The final judges scores were 35-56, 59-55, and 57-57. [Logged into master search]

November 8, 2008 -Joy of Austin, Round Rock, Texas
Flyweight Maribel"Little Thunder" Zurita, 108½,  won a six-round majority decision over Mayela Perez, 107¾. Judges scores: 55-59, 56-58, 57-57.

November 8, 2008 – ASB Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand -Lightweight Christina Tai, 132¾, of Auckland, won a four-round unanimous decision over pro debuter Carmen Thompson, 130¾. Final judges scores were 40-37 on all cards.

November 8, 2008 - Tres Lomas, La Pampa, Argentina
Junior welterweight Monica Acosta won a six-round unanimous decision over Griselda Moreno[Logged into master search]

 

November 7, 2008 - Parque Revolución, Culiacán (Mexico)
Maricela Quintero
won a four-round unanimous decision over Maricela Flores.

November 7, 2008 - Sichuan Gymnasium, in Chengdu, China
Yanan Wang
, 157, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Akondaye Fountain, 158½. The two were fighting for the WBC/WIBA middleweight title. Full Story
 [Logged into master search]

November 7, 2008- Polideportivo Corral de Palos, Cordoba, Argentina
Featherweight Alejandra Oliveras won by RTD in between the fourth and fifth round over Michelle Larissa Bonassoli. [Logged into master search]

November 7, 2008 - A La Carte Event Pavilion, Tampa, Florida
Super featherweight Rolanda Andrews. won a four-round split decision over Jenna Shiver. [Logged into master search]

November 7, 2008 – Edmonton, Canada
Jelena Mrdjenovich
, 129,  successfully defended her WBC super featherweight title against Lyndsey Scragg, 129.6, when Mrdjenovich won by a 10-round unanimous decision. Final judges scores were 96-93, 98-90, and 96-93. According to the Edmonton Journal, Mrdjenovich scored two knockdowns in the bout.  [Logged into master search]

November 2, 2008 - La Feria de San Marcos, Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes, Mexico
Super bantamweight Jackie Nava, 122, won a ten round unanimous decision over Maria Potenza, 121. The two were fighting for the Interim WBC super bantamweight title. Final judges scores 100-90, 99-91, and 99-91. [Logged into master search]

November 1, 2008 - Seven Feathers Casino Resort, Canyonville, Oregon [report with photos]
Portland, Oregon’s Molly McConnell (9-1 1NC 4KOs 147 lbs.) preserved her status as one of the Pacific Northwest’s best fighters with a six round unanimous decision over Los Angeles, California’s Demi Nguyen (4-3 2KOs 146 lbs.) this past Saturday, November 1st at the Seven Feathers Casino Resort in Canyonville, Oregon.  While McConnell controlled most of the bout, her opponent was a tough one and made the victory a hard one to get. Early on in the bout Nguyen did a good job of pushing McConnell back with effective left-right combinations. The hand speed and early aggression of Nguyen appeared to give McConnell problems in the first two rounds. By the third round, though, McConnell began to take control, countering well with left hooks and pushing Nguyen back with hard right hands. As the fight wore on McConnell continued to step up her aggression, while Nguyen slowed down. As McConnell pressed with lead rights and hard combinations on the inside, Nguyen tried to answer back as much as she could, but she found it hard to keep up with McConnell’s busy work rate.  All three judges saw the fight in favor of McConnell by scores of 60-54, 58-54, and 58-54.
 [Logged into master search]

 November 1, 2008 - St. Maarten, Netherlands
There were two women’s bouts on the card.  In one bout, Carlette Ewell, 174, of the United States won a 10-round unanimous decision over Gwendolyn O’Neil, 173. The two were fighting for the WIBA light heavyweight title.  Final judges scores were 97-95, 98-96, 99-95. In another women’s bout,  pro debuter Morailey De Windt, TKO’d Scarlet Flugencio in the first round of a scheduled four-rounder. [Logged into master search]
 

 

 

 

 

     
     
     
     

 

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