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OCTOBER  2011

October 30, 2011 - Stalowa Wola, Poland
Karolina Owczarz
remains undefeated with a four round points victory over Hana Horkkova.

October 29, 2011 -  Colima, Mexico
Ava Knight
faced Arely Mucino, in a title bout. Knight was victorious when she stopped Mucino by KO in the second round!  Knight won the
IBF flyweight world title. WBAN congratulates Knight for stepping up to the plate with a worthy opponent for a title belt.  In another female bout on the card, Maureen Shea, took on another new boxer in the sport, stopping her opponent in the fifth round.

October 29, 2011- Coliseo Mario 'Quijote' Morales, Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
Yesica Bopp
, 107½, remained undefeated with a 18-0-0 ( 8KO), when she stopped Suzannah Warner, 105½, in the 1:21 of the first round. Bopp won the WBO flyweight title.
Video of fight - big screen

 

October 28, 2011 -  PalaRockfeller, Sardegna, Italy
Simona Galassi
, 114, of Italy, won the vacant IBF super flyweight title, when she defeated Nadege Szikora,114, of France, in a 10-round unanimous decision. Final judges scores were 100-91, 100-90, and 100-90.

October 28, 2011 - Empire State Plaza Convention Center, in Albany, New York
Welterweight Sarah Kuhn, and Kali Reis fought to a draw.  Also, Jackie Trivilino won a six-rounder over Angel Gladney.
...Full Story

October 28, 2011 -  Sturovo Gym, Šturovo, Slovakia
Super featherweight Agota Ilko won a six-rounder by points over Eva Polgar.   No other details at this time.

October 28, 2011 -Mansfield Tavern, Mansfield, Queensland, Australia
 In what was meant to be an off telecast bout, Julie Gaston returning from knee surgery retained her Australian Women's Bantamweight title with a tough 8 round split decision win over Sarah George. The fight was a rematch from 2010 when Gaston claimed the Queensland Women's Bantamweight title over George. Gaston looked in control in the opening round before the fight started to open up in round 2 with George happy to box on the inside while the current champion, Julie Gaston was trying to shake up her opponent on the inside. 
Gaston opened the 3rd round with a big right hand before throwing her punches freely in round 4 troubling George.  Both girls were looking fatigued in round 6 after the early round were fought at such a high intensity. Both fighters were cut displaying claret but continued to give their all continually throwing their punches. A massive head clash 30 seconds into the final round opened a bad cut over the eye of the challenger, Sarah George which was spilling blood. The doctor judged it was ok to continue and was declared an accidental head clash. Time was called again with 25 seconds left but the ref and doctor both agreed to let it continue due to the little time left. Both went toe to toe to the end with the judges scoring it (77-76, 75-77, 77-75).

October 28, 2011- Salinas, California
Carina Moreno
fought Sharon Gaines in a six rounder.  Moreno defeated Gaines by a unanimous decision.  Gaines took this fight on short notice.  We will have more posted soon on this bout.  Pre-fight footage:
Video1 Video2  Video3

October 27, 2011 - San Manuel Indian Casino, Highland, California
Bantamweight Abigal Castaneda, 116¾, won a four-round unanimous decision over Guadalupe Gutierrez, 119, pro debut. both out of California. Final judges scores were all 40-36.

October 22, 2011 - Deportivo Trabajadores del Metro, Iztacalco, Mexico
Ibeth Zamora Silv
a, 108,  won the WBC "Youth" light flyweight belt against Tania Cosme, 108.  22 years old.  Cosme retired in the sixth round. (Cosme rated #19 on Boxrec, Silva #5 with Boxrec).

October 21, 2011 - Pueblo, Colorado
Before a vocally supportive hometown crowd in the "Best of Both Worlds" event, Chantel Cordova, won an eight-round unanimous decision over the  Savanna Hill of Little Rock, Arkansas.

October 21, 2011 - Comodoro Rivadavia, Chubut, Argentina
Super bantamweight Alejandra Zamora, 121¼, won a four-round unanimous decision over Alejandra Morales, 120¾. Final judges scores were 40-36, 40-36 and 40-36½.

October 21, 2011 - Brandenburg Halle, in Frankfurt, Brandenburg, Germany
There were two women's title bouts on the card. In one bout Susi Kentikian, 111¼, won by a 10-round unanimous decision over Teeraporn Pannimit, 110¾. Kentikian retained her WBO, WBA, and WIBF Flyweight title. Final judges scores were 100-90 on all cards.  In a second women's bout, Christina Hammer remained undefeated, now with a 11-0-0 (7KO) records when she defeated Vashon Living in a 10-round unanimous decision, winning the WBO middleweight title.  Photographs  Press Conference

October 15, 2011 -  Gimnasio Revolución, Calpulálpan, in Tlaxcala, Mexico
Mariana "Barbie" Juarez
, 111.5, of Mexico City, Mexico, successfully defended her WBC Flyweight title against Gabriela Bouvier, of Uruguay, when she stopped Bouvier in the fourth round of a 10 round bout. In May of 2011, Juarez stopped Bouvier in the seventh round, again, Juarez defending her WBC flyweight title. It can be safe to assume that Juarez can take on other opponents at this time---stopping Bouvier TWICE in one year, fighting for the same belt. Before Bouvier fought Juarez, she has not fought anyone of significance in this sport---one has to wonder how she got these title shots.
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October 15, 2011 - Quintana Roo, Mexico
Australian boxer, Susie Ramadan, 116¼, undefeated going into the fight with a 21-0-0 (8KO) record, fought and lost to Yazmin Rivas,118, (from Mexico), by a 10-round (controversial) split decision. This was Ramadan's first venture in the sport of fighting out of Australia.  WBAN has already been contacted with some not-so-good feedback about the (controversial) split decision loss of Ramadan. 
Regardless---Rivas won the vacant IBF Bantamweight World title, with judges scores in her favor of 97-93, 97-93.
One of the judges saw the fight for Ramadan, with a score of 94-96.

October 8, 2011-  Hattersheim am Main, Germany Welterweight Jessica Balogun 21-1-0 (10KO), had no trouble with her opponent Sarah Huebner 0-2 with a fourth round TKO in a scheduled six rounder.

October 8, 2011 - Curitiba, Brazil
Junior featherweight Vannessa Guimaraes had a six-round draw with Adriana Del Vigna.

October 8, 2011 - Liezen, Austria
Bantamweight Eva Voraberger, 117, TKO'd Ivett Csuka, 110¼, in the second round. 

October 8, 2011 - Neuquen, Argentina
Featherweight Mayra Gomez, 122½, won a four-round unanimous decision over Norma Caucota, 120¾.

October 8, 2011 -  San Martin, Argentina
Yesica Marcos, 122, TKO5 Simone Da Silva Duarte, 122.  Although Duarte showed "attitude" against Marcos, and taunted Marcos at times, with dropping her hands, and showing little respect for Marcos, she was no threat in this bout against Marcos.  Marcos beat her to the punch, was faster, in better condition, and was aggressive throughout the four rounds that they fought.  At the end of round four, Duarte appeared to be injured, and did not come out for the fifth round.  The two were fighting for the WBO Interim Junior featherweight title.
Video: WBAN has posted the video of the fight.  

October 8, 2011 -  Hatterseim am Main, Germany
Welterweight Jessica Balogun TKO4 Sarah Huebner.

October 8, 2011 - Tijuana, Mexico
Jackie Nava, 122½, won a 10-round unanimous decision over  Soledad Matthysse, 122. The two were fighting for the WBC Interim Junior Featherweight belt. 

October 8, 2011 - Los Cabos, Mexico
There were four women's bouts on the card.  In one bout, Ana Maria Torres successfully defended her WBC Super Flyweight title bout, against Marisa Portillo.  She won by a 10-round unanimous decision.
To view some of the rounds of this fight, go here to check out the video.  In the second bout, Irma Sanchez,  110¼, won a 10-round decision over Susana Cruz Perez, 110½, and successfully defended her WBF flyweight belt.  Story on this bout.  In a third female bout, "The REAL Million Dollar Baby"  MAUREEN SHEA, AKA, birth name, Maureen Carranza, 137¾, NABF champion, now 16-2-0 (10KO), defeated  Yara Cabanas, 136¾, pro debut, by TKO in the second round.  Read report on the name WBAN was given when Carranza/Shea fought this pro debuter on this card.   Lastly, Yadira Trejo won a four-round unanimous decision over Eva Cazares

October 7, 2011 - Twin River Event Center, Lincoln, Rhode Island
Shelly Vincent, 121½, pro debut won a four-round unanimous decision over Karen Dulin, 124.

October 7, 2011 -  Surfers Paradise, QLD, Australia
In a six-round bout, Sarah O'Connell, 131½, now 0-1-1, fought Nadine Brown, 133½, 2-0-1, to a majority draw. The two were fighting for a local boxing title, the vacant Australia Queensland State lightweight belt.

October 6, 2011 -  Detroit, MI, USA
Lightweight Kara Ro, 131¾, won a four-round unanimous decision over Elizabeth Sherman, 131¾.

October 6, 2011 - Oklahoma City, OK, USA
Welterweight Rachel Tucker won a four-round unanimous decision over Kelly Trance.

October 4, 2011-  Ban Rai Temple, in Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand
Bantamweight Usanakorn Kokiegym, 117½, of Thailand won by TKO in the third round over Dong Xiao Juan of China, with a reported 0-2 record going into the fight. Dong may have some fights that are unreported in China.  Kokiegym won the WBC Bantamweight title.

October 2, 2011 - Gilda-Max Fitness, Budapest, Hungary
Super featherweight Agota Ilko, 129¾, of Hungary, won by a first round TKO over Gabriella Roman, 122¾ . The fight was scheduled for six rounds.

October 2, 2011 - Samobor, Croatia
Junior middleweight Ivana Habazi, 154¼, of Croatia,  TKO'd Emoke Halasz, 154¼, of Senta, Serbia, in the fourth round of an eight round bout.

October 1, 2011 - Hall Omnisport, Braine le Comte, Hainaut, Belgium
Flyweight Yolaine Lin De Lauf TKO'd Elena Miftode in the second round, in a scheduled six rounder.

Octoer 1, 2011 - Salle Mermoz, Yutz, Moselle, France
Anne Sophie Mathis
, 146.6, of France, won by a 10-round unanimous decision over Cindy Serrano,145.97, of the United States.  Mathis won the world welterweight WIBA - WIBF - WBF Titles.

 

 

     
     
     
     
     

 

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