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October 31, 2009 -  Club Social y Deportivo Beccar, in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Lightweight Erica Anabella Farias, won by a first round KO (1:19) over Silvia Beatriz Lescano.  The fight was scheduled for eight rounds. Both are from Argentina.


October 31, 2009 -  Gimnasio Del Imcufide, in Toluca, México
Strawweight Anabel Ortiz, 104¾, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Carina Moreno, 104¾. Moreno and Ortiz were fighting for the WBC/WIBA world title belts.  In another women's match, super flyweight Ana Maria Torres, 115, won by a third round TKO (1:34) over Stephaney George, in a scheduled 10 round bout. Torres was fighting for the WBC super flyweight title.


October 30, 2009 - Cúcuta, Colombia
Lightweight Darys Esther Pardo, 33, of Barranquilla, Colombia, won a controversial split decision over Jessica Villafranca, 16.  This was Villafranca's first loss as a pro.  The two were fighting for the interim WBC lightweight title. 
According to
Boxeo Colombiano, Villafranca knocked Pardo down to the canvas in the third round.  Final judges scores were 97-94, 97-95, for Pardo and a curious 99-90 for Villafranca.   Prefight Video:  Pardo - Villafranca


October 30, 2009 -  Denver, Colorado
Brittany Cruz
, 123,  won a five-round unanimous decision over Christina Leadbeater, 123.  r in a five-round bout on the undercard.  The event is a local fund raiser. No other details.


October 25, 2009 - Ginasio da Perdigão, Carambei, Parana, Brazil
Bantamweight Rosilete Santos won by a fifth round KO over Lourdes Gonzalez, in an eight round bout.


October 24, 2009 - Anhalt Arena, Dessau, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany
Junior middleweight Christina Hammer won a four-round unanimous decision over Sarka Stoklaskova. Video


October 24, 2009 - Tepeji del Rio, Mexico
Junior welterweight Cristal Irasems, 136, TKO1 over Ruth Alvarez, 135.

October 24, 2009 - Morelia, Mexico
Flyweight Esmeralda Moreno won a 10-round unanimous decision over Mayela Perez.  

October 24, 2009 - Explanada Municipal, Tepeji del Rio, Hidalgo, Mexico
Featherweight Sofia Sidorova won by points in a four-rounder against pro debuter Lana Anohina.


October 24, 2009 - Veracruz, México
Lightweight  Iraseme de la Fuente won a four-rounder by points over Itzel Lara.


October 24, 2009 - Cuxhaven, Germany
Ozlem Sahin
(6-0-1, KOs 3) is back. Sahin and her opponent Janina Benz (3-2-0, KOs 1), had the only female boxing match at the Arena Boxpromotion event.  Although Sahin had no opportunity to fight these last ten month for lack of fight arrangements she seems to have lost nothing of her speed and punch. Right from the start Sahin dominated her opponent, who is also an experienced and successful kickboxer, at will. Over and over again she landed her furious right-left combinations. In the third and fourth round almost every jab of Sahin proved successful, and they hit her opponent hard. In the fourth round, Benz’ head sagged after a right-hand punch from Sahin but she managed to recover quite quickly. The last two rounds followed the by then well-established pattern, with Benz seeming severely shaken in round six. The judges scored the light flyweight fight 60:54, 60:54, 58:56.  Sahin, who fought her first six-rounder, demonstrated once more why many people consider her the greatest talent in German female boxing. 
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October 24, 2009 -  Ascona, Switzerland
Lightweight Nicole Boss, 135¾,  TKO1 Nicoletta Cortinea, 135½. The fight was scheduled for six rounds.


October 24, 2009 - Torquay, United Kingdom
Junior lightweight Kristine Shergold, 129, won a six-round bout by points over Angel McKenzie, 129½ .


October 24, 2009 -  Acoma, New Mexico
Featherweight Jessica Sanchez won a four-round split decision over Nohime Dennisson.


October 23, 2009 - Troy, New York
Junior lightweight Jackie Trivilino, 128, TKO2 Pepper Van Dyke, 126.


October 23, 2009 - Kampala, Tanzania
Junior featherweight Flora Malecela TKO4 Adita Hosea.  The fight scheduled for five rounds.


October 23, 2009 -  Santa Rosa, Argentina
Junior welterweight Monica Acosta, 139, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Nicole Woods, 136¼. The two were fighting for the WBC Junior welterweight title.  
YouTube Video of whole fight

October 20, 2009-Nairobi, Kenya
Junior lightweight Consolata Musanga won a four-rounder by points over Christine Auma.

October 19, 2009-Santo Domingo, Dom.Rep.
Liliana Martinez,
121½, won a six-round unanimous decision over Diana Garcia, 124½:   Junior welterweight  Katty Pamela Hernandez, 133,  TKO1 Rocio De Leon, 136½. The fight was scheduled for four rounds.


October 17, 2009-Tijuana, Mexico
Junior lightweight Jackie Nava, 126, won an eight-round unanimous decision over Lina Ramirez, 127.


October 17, 2009- Salto, Uruguay
Junior bantamweight Soledad Macedo won a four-round unanimous decision over Fernanda De Oliveira.


October 16, 2009- Colon, Argentina
Bantamweight Sabrina Perez TKO2 Lili Moreno in a scheduled four rounder.

October 16, 2009- La Paz, Mexico
Flyweight Irma Sanchez, 110½, TKO7 Susana Morales, 110½. The two fought for the NABF Fly / WBC Youth Fly.

October 16, 2009-Philadelphia, PA, USA
Welterweight Rachel Clark, 144 TKO2 Natoya Ervin, 144.


October 15, 2009 - Icheon City, South Korea
Strawweight Dan Bi Kim won a 10-round unanimous decision against Jolene Blackshear for the vacant mini-fly IFBA belt [94-97, 94-96, 94-96]. Also, Hyo Min Kim won a 10-round unanimous decision over Lisa Brown for the vacant IFBA featherweight title [94-96, 94-96, 95-96].  These fights results have been challenged as of this date.  Read IFBA statement  Read Lisa Brown statement


October 12, 2009, at Korakuen Hall, in Tokyo, Japan
Asami Shikasho (3-1, 2KOs) won over OA Lookkaerai (6-4, 1KO) of Thai for the OPBF flyweight title by TKO in in the eighth round.  OA Lookkaerai is also known as OA Kokietgym.   In a second women's bout, Naoko Yamaguchi (11-2-3, 9KOs), 113, defeated Marnelle Verano (4-1-1, 1KO from Philippine), 113¼, by TKO (4th round) in a six-round bout.


October 11, 2009 -  Buenos Aires, Argentina
Junior middleweight Eliana Lencina, 153½, won a four-round split decision over Fernanda Alegre, 146¾.


October 11, 2009 - Estadio F.A.B., Buenos Aires, Distrito Federal, Argentina
Junior lightweight Erica Farias, 130½, won a six-round unanimous decision over Maria Quiroga, 130¾. The final judges scores were 60-54½, 60-53½, and 60-53. In another women's bout, junior middleweight Eliana Maria Celeste Lencina, pro debut, 153½, won a four-round split decision over Fernanda Alegre, 146¾. 
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October 11, 2009 - Reggio Calabria Club, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Featherweight Susie Ramadan, 123, won an eight-round unanimous decision over Leanne Banham, 123¼.  Final judges scores 80-70, 80-71, 80-72.
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October 10, 2009 -Bernissart, Hainaut, Belgium
Lightweight Diane Schwachhofer, 134½,  won a six-round majority decision over Myriam Dellal, 134¾. Final judges scores were 59-57, 58-57, and 58-58.

October 10, 2009 - Club Marcia Vargas, Carazinho, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Featherweight Michelle Bonassoli, 124, won by a fourth round TKO over Claudia Martinez, 123. In another women's bout, lightweight Juliana De Aguiar, 131¾, won a six-round unanimous decision over Rosario Da Silva,126¼.  
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October 10, 2009-LaGrave Field, Fort Worth, Texas
Featherweight Christina Ruiz, 122¼, won a four-round unanimous decision over Lisa Lamb, 122¼. 
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October 10, 2009 - Darmstadtium, Darmstadt, Hessen, Germany
Featherweight Nicole Haustein, 123½,  won a 10-round unanimous decision over Olga Bojare, 125½, for the vacant WIBF European featherweight title. Final judges scores were 98-94, 98-93, and 99-92;  Super flyweight Hagar Shmoulefeld Finer, 113¼, TKO'd Oksana Romanova, 114¼,  in the sixth round (1:40 seconds) of a 10-round title bout.  Finer won the WIBF super flyweight title; Flyweight Raja Amasheh, 112,  won by a second round TKO (0:56)  over Mihaela Buhaiescu, 108, pro debut.  The fight was scheduled for four rounds; and lastly, Janina Bentz, 108, won by points in a four-rounder over Olga Harton, 103¼, pro debut.

October 10, 2009 - Stadthalle, Rostock, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany
Featherweight Ina Menzer, 125¾, won a 10-round majority decision over Esther Schouten, 123½. Final judges scores were 96-94, 95-95, and 96-94. In another women's bout, Susi Kentikian, 111¾, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Julia Sahin, 110¾. Final judges scores were 98-92, 96-94, 97-93. Both fights were for world title belts. Full Fight Report with Photos
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October 9, 2009, at the National Guard Armory, in Columbia, Tennessee
Bantamweight Patricia Alcivar, 118.5, amateur boxer who turned pro this night, won by a first round TKO (1:24), against opponent Jennifer Batcheize, 116.5, pro debuter, of Columbia, Tennessee. The fight was scheduled for four rounds.
The fight and details about Alcivar turning pro will be aired on Dreamers, when the show makes its debut. WBAN has been told that Alcivar will be in three episodes of that show. We will keep up on the dates and times of the airing of this show and post it when it becomes available.  Full Story with photos
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October 9, 2009 -Marseilles,  France
In what was a exciting bout between Myriam Lamare vs. Ann Marie Saccurato, Lamare won the 10-round title bout by a unanimous decision. WBAN was told the fight had the fans out of the seats cheering. The judges were impartial with one coming from Luxenburg, Connecticut, USA, one from France, and the ref from Germany. Lamare not only won the WBFJunior Welterweight World title, but also the WBAN Junior Welterweight Independent belt.  Lamare and Saccurato made history for WBAN by fighting for the first belt in Europe. Also,  Aziza Oubaita of France won by a unanimous decision over last minute replacement Klaudia Ferenci of Slovakia.  Mary Ann Owen of Las Vegas was ringside and took some fantastic photos. 
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October 8, 2009 - Hilton Americas Hotel, Houston, Texas
Junior welterweight Tiffany Junot, 140,  won by a first round TKO (0:51) over Jessica Grimes, 137. The fight was scheduled for four rounds.
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October 8, 2009 -Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Stephanie "All Action" Dobbs
, 121, returned to the ring  winning a four-round unanimous decision over Jessica Mohs, 131. The bout, Dobbs 60th sets a new world record for total number of bouts by a female boxer and marks her first fight since May of 2008. Dobbs has been undergoing physical therapy she suffered in training over a year ago and has finally been cleared to fight. She is now trained by Terry Washington and looks forward to getting back to her busy pace.
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October 7, 2009 - Arena El Jefe, Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico
Flyweight Magdalena Leija won a four-round unanimous decision over Magali Rodriguez.  [Logged into master search]

October 4, 2009 - Olympia Stadion, Marke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Super featherweight
Defline Persoon, 127¾, won a six-round unanimous decision over Renata Szebeledi, 121¼.  Final judges scores were 58-56, 59-55, and 59-55.  [Logged into master search]

October 4, 2009 -Sturovo Gym, Šturovo, Slovakia
Super middleweight Borbala Kocsis won a six-rounder by points over Eva Nemeth.  Also, Izabella Torok (super middle or light heavy) won a four-round bout by points over Marianna Nagy.  [Logged into master search]

October 3, 2009 - Razgrad, Bulgaria
Bantamweight Ivalina Ivanova won a four-round unanimous decision over Silvena Kostova, pro debut.  [Logged into master search]

October 3, 2009 - Centro Deportivo, Puyo, Ecuador
Bantamweight Silvia Pichincha, 118, pro debut won a four-round bout by unanimous decision over Maria Pichincha, 118.  [Logged into master search]

October 3, 2009 - Vienna

WIBA flyweight champion Nadia Raoui, 110.5, of Herne in North Rhine-Westphalia won by a unanimous decision over  Fleis Djendji, 111, final judges scores were 89-100, 90-99 and 89-100 [Logged into master search]

October 3, 2009 -Haninge Boxing Gym, Haninge, Sweden
Mikaela Lauren, 146½,  won a six-round unanimous decision over Natalija Dolgova, 145¾. Judges scores: 59-55, 60-54, and 60-54.  [Logged into master search]

October 3, 2009 -Club Rigas Rings, Riga, Latvia

Super bantamweight Sofia Sidorova, 122, TKO'd (1:47) Alisa Jankevica, 122½, in the first round of a six-round bout.  [Logged into master search]

October 3, 2009 - Estadio F.A.B., Buenos Aires, Argentina
Super bantamweight Carolina Duer, 120½, won a four-round split decision over Yanina Acuna, 118½. Final judges scores were 39½-38, 37½-39½, and 38½-38.  [Logged into master search]

October 3, 2009 - Vireux-Wallerand - Flash Photo Slideshow As was to be expected, Aziza Oubaita of France had far too much of everything last weekend  in Vireux-Wallerand for last-minute replacement Klaudia Ferenci [1-5(2)-2] of Slovakia, carrying in all probability all six rounds on all three cards. In truth, it was only a fight for four minutes: Ferenci began well enough, conceding the centre of the ring to the more aggressive Oubaita but answering the menacing forays of the Frenchwoman with counter-attacks of her own; in the first round break, you could see that – although fearful, as the commentators remarked – she was still hanging in there, still believed; but ten seconds from the end of the second, Oubaita caught her with a hard right hand; her knees buckled and, with them, her will. Her body language said it, and as the fight resumed, her tactics said it too: her sole objective from that moment on was survival. She began holding, trapping Oubaita’s glove whenever possible between her ribs and upper arm, pressing her cheek to the Frenchwoman’s shoulder as though they were dancing a slow, and generally playing for time. Oubaita responded at first with irritation, shoving the Hungarian at one point violently off her with a mien of contempt, but seemed in the end to accept that, short of quitting, the Slovakian girl really had no other cards to play. Report by Ewan Whyte  [Logged into master search]

October 2, 2009 - Athletics Club, San Martin, Mendoza
One thousand eight hundred fans packing the Athletics Club l in San Martín (Mendoza) saw local heroine Yésica Marcos (23), in the only professional fight on the bill, outpoint 21-year-old Marisa Portillo of Rosario to add the vacant Argentinian title at super bantamweight to the South American title she already holds. After referee Juan Guillermo Pons deducted a point from the visitor in each of rounds eight and nine, the final scores [Marcos – Portillo] read: Gustavo Estrella (Mendoza) [99.5 - 90,5]; Osvaldo Rodríguez (San Luis) [99.5 - 91.5]; Marcelo Ordóñez (San Juan) [99.5 – 93]. No further details available at this stage. Report by Ewan Whyte
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October 2, 2009 - El Forum, Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico
Junior featherweight Zendy Sotomayor, 125¾, pro debut had a four-round draw with Juana Felix, 121¼.  Also, Katia Gutierrez, 108,  won by a second round KO over Flor Verdugo, 111¼,  in an eight rounder.
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October 2, 2009 - Coliseo Miguel ‘Happy’ Lora in Montería, Colombia
Both women had predicted a knockout, but although finishing ahead on the scorecards winning by a unanimous decision in a four-round bout, local featherweight Liliana 'La Tigresa' Palmera  had to really exert herself to get the better of Ángela 'La Ráfaga' Marciales of Barranquilla. This was Palmera’s first fight of the year, and at times, in the view of reporter Henry Velasco Montoya, the ring rust was all too evident. Photo and story: El Meridiano de Córdoba 
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