September 30, 2011 -
Featherweight Diana Ayala won by a second round KO in a
six rounder over late substitute and debuting fighter Gleydis
Jimenez. Ayala's original opponent was supposed to be
Dayana Cordero in a scheduled eight. Also,
Minimumweight Olga Julio KOed debut fighter Yoleima Blanco in
the third round of a scheduled four, and super featherweight
fighter Olga Salas won her debut bout with a second round KO in
a scheduled four over Delia Jimenez.
September 30, 2011 - Ce.De.M. N° 2,
Caseros, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Junior welterweight Fernanda Soledad Alegre won a 10-round unanimous
decision over Enis Pacheco. The two were fighting for the WBO female
light welterweight title.
September 30, 2011 - Yucatan,
Ana "Hurricane" Julaton successfully defended her WBO super bantamweight
title against Mexico's Jessica Villafranca. Julaton won by a 10-round
September 30, 2011 - Topsporthal
Vlaanderen, Gent, Oost-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Junior welterweight Delfine Persoon, 137Ľ, won a
six-round unanimous decision over Angel McKenzie, 139. Final
judges scores were 60-53, 60-52, and 60-53.
September 25, 2011 -
Sportova hala MSO, in Šturovo, Slovakia
Super bantamweight Marianna Gulyas, 119, won a four-round
bout by points over Anita Kusics, 119˝, who was making
her pro debut. In a second bout, super featherweight
Alexandra Ordog, 130, won a four-round bout by points over
Zita Banyai, 130˝. Both boxers were making their pro debut.
Final score was 40-36.
September 24, 2011, at
the Polideportivo Posta del Retamo, in Mendoza, Argentina
Junior flyweight Yesica Yolanda Bopp won a 10-round unanimous
decision over Daniela Romina Bermudez. The two were fighting for the
WBA female junior flyweight title. Video below of fight.
September 24, 2011 - Grand Star
Receptions, Altona North, Victoria, Australia
Super featherweight Diana Prazak won by RTD in the ninth round after her
opponent Lindsay Garbatt suffered a complete closing of one of her eyes.
Prazak won the WIBA super featherweight title. In another bout,
Melissa "Huracan" Hernandez won by a (0:54) fourth round TKO over her New
Zealand opponent Christina Tai. Hernandez proved to be too quick and sharp
September 24, 2011 -
Dima-Sportcenter, Lohbruegge, Hamburg, Germany
Featherweight Ina Menzer, making a comeback bout, Ina won an eight-round
unanimous decision over Ela Nunez.
September 23, 2011 - Ice Hall,
Super featherweight Eva Wahlstrom won a 7th round TKO over Marisol
September 23, 2011 -
Featherweight Ina Menzer won an eight-round bout by a unanimous
decision over Ela Nunez.
September 23, 2011 - Hong Kong
In a female bout on the card, strawweight
Jujeath"Bad Girl" Nagaowa, of La Trinidad, Philippines, won by a
first round TKO over Lookkaew Sithpracha, of Thailand.
The two were fighting a 8x-rounder, non-title bout.
September 23, 2011 -
Seminole Hard Rock Live, Hollywood, Florida
Marisol Miranda won her first fight with over a four-year lay off,
coming in with a record of 4-4-1 against a top challenger Chantel Cordova 8-2-1.
September 22, 2011 - Korakuen hall, in Tokyo, Japan
there were four 10-round female
boxing bouts. The results are the following:
WBC Super Featherweight elimination bout
Jelena Mrdjenovich won over Fujin Raika by 10-round unanimous
decision. Photos: Mrdjenovich/Raika; Full Results with photos of each
September 17, 2011 -
Sternensaal, Berne, Switzerland Lightweight Nicole Boss,
135, now 6-3-1 (4KO),of Switzerland, won a six round
majority decision over Anita Torti, 133˝, 4-1-0 (2KO), of
Lombardia, Italy. Final judges scores were 57-57, 59-56, and
September 17, 2011-Palenque de la
Feria, Celaya, Guanajuato, Mexico
Anahi Torres won by a 10-round unanimous decision over Maria Salinas.
The two were fighting for the WBC "Youth" strawweight title.
September 16, 2011 -Torwar
Sport Hall, Warsaw, Poland
Lightweight Karolina Owczarz, 134Ľ, making her pro debut, of Lodz,
Poland, TKO'd Elena Gromyko, 136ľ, of Kaliningrad, Russia, in the [55
seconds] first round of a four round bout.
September 16, 2011 -
San Diego, California
Flyweight Amaris Quintana forced Katrina De La Cruz into a
second round retirement in a scheduled six.
September 16, 2011 -
All three favorites overpowered their opponents. At minimumweight, Aisah
Alico 4(3)-0 TKOed Debut fighter Cheryl Andoy in the second round of six. At
flyweight, Norj Guro 4(4)-0 KOed debut fighter Lezyl in the second round of
six. And at Light flyweight, Honey Mae Bermoy 3(3)-1 TKOed Kim Actub 0-3(2)
in the second round of six.
September 16, 2011 -
Albert Park Field, San Rafael, California
Lightweight Marquita Lee, pro debut, won a four-round unanimous
decision over Laura Deanovic.
September 15, 2011 -
Sportova hala MSO, Šturovo, Slovakia
Bantamweight Eva Marczu won by points in a four-round bout against
2011 - Saint Denis, Reunion, France
Myriam Lamare retained her WBF World Light Welterweight
Title when she defeated
Florez by a 10-round unanimous decision. WBAN posted
the pre-fight weigh-in shots from the weigh-in yesterday...check
2011 - Sturovo, Slovakia Featherweight Eva Polgar won her debut bout in a four
round majority decision over Zsanett Lacko whose record
drops to 0-4.
2011-Sportova hala MSO, Šturovo, Slovakia Super flyweight Claudia Ferenci won a six-rounder by
points over Gabriella Vicze. The judge scored the bout
60-56. In a second women's bout, super bantamweight Marianna
Gulyas won by a second round TKO over Anita Forgacs,
who was making her pro debut. The bout was scheduled for four
September 3, 2011-
Kugelbake-Halle, Cuxhaven, Niedersachsen, Germany Welterweight Klara Svensson won a four-round unanimous decision
over Anna Sikora. Final judges scores were 40-36 on all three
September 3, 2011 -
Hotel Sheraton, Colon City, Panama
According to Boxrec, on September 3, 2011, at the Hotel Sheraton, in Colon
City, Panama, junior flyweight Abigail Villar won by an eight-round
unanimous decision over Yaditza Perez, and she won the WBC Latino junior
flyweight title. Perez is now 2-7-0, and is not rated with BoxRec. Villar
moves her record to 5-5-3 (1KO). This was also a rematch with these two,
whereas Villar defeated Perez the first time in a four-rounder on June 3,
2011. Perez came into this title fight with SIX STRAIGHT LOSSES, not
winning a fight since 2008!
The only wins that Perez has on her record, came from her first two fights,
defeating Damiana Duran, 0-1-0, in a four-rounder, and Carolina Montenegro,
1-1-2, winning by a majority decision in a four round bout in the year 2008.
How does one get an opportunity to fight for any title belt when they lost
six straight times, in 2009, 2010, and 2011? We really do not expect
the WBC to answer this question at this point. They definitely establishing
a "Track Record" with having some very good women's boxing title
fights-----to the very lowest point of putting belts on the line where
someone who does not even follow boxing would be scratching their head when
they look at the stats. Title bout added to:
Title Bouts: You've Got to be
2011 - Karlstad CCC, in Karlstad, Sweden
Frida Wallberg, 129, of Gothenburg,
Sweden, successfully defended her WBC Super Featherweight World
title against Canadian Olivia Gerula, 130, who was determined to
take back her belt in this 10-round bout rematch that ended in a
unanimous decision for Wallberg. In another female bout,
Mikaela Lauren TKO'd Eva Halasi in the second
round, in a scheduled six round bout. Full Story