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  October 15, 2002 - Pontchartrain Center, in Kenner, Louisiana, and promoted by Anna Beth Goodman’s Kingfish Boxing Promotions
Rita Valentini won a four-round unanimous decision over Angie Bordelon in a super-bantamweight bout. Valentini is now 2-1-0 (1KO), and Bordelon is 3-7-0.

October 13, 2002 - Mississippi
Nina Ahlin
, 104 lbs., won a four-round unanimous decision over Stephanie Dobbs, 104.5. WBAN's insider said that the fight was a good, crowd pleasing fight, and that observers at ringside called it the "Fight of the night."
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October 11, 2002 - Philadelphia Spectrum, Philadelphia
On the undercard and first fight of the night, two women boxer heavyweights made their pro debut. Phillisha "No Doubt" Darby, 21, 5’9", 200, a hometowner, fought Michelle "The Pitbull" Cooley, 31, 5’7", 225, King of Prussia. According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, Darby clearly outboxed Cooley and was awarded a four-round unanimous decision.
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October 11, 2002 - Sloan Convention Center, in Bowling Green, Kentucky
In front of a 700 plus boxing crowd, Julia Day pinned her first win as a pro, when she won by a TKO over Sherrie Simms 1:40 in the third round. The fight was scheduled to go four rounds. Day is now 1-1-0 (1KO).
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October 10, 2002 – Connolly’s Irish Pub, Cary, North Carolina
Gwen Smith, 154, won a four-round split decision over Bonnie Mann, 150 (fully clothed). WBAN’s insider reported that the fight was a very close decision, with two judges scoring the bout 39-37 for Smith, and 39-37 for Mann. 
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October 4, 2002 - Dunkin Donuts' Center, Providence, Rhode Island - promoted by Jimmy Burchfield's Classic Entertainment & Sports
Missy "The Fury" Fiorentino, 127, won a unanimous decision over Trisha "TNT" Hill.  The final scoring was 40-36 on all three judges score cards. Fiorentino remains undefeated at 5-0-0 (4KO), and Hill is now 1-1-0.  Logged on records site

October 4, 2002 - Edgewater Casino, Laughlin, Nevada
Blanca Luna
, a former amateur boxer, making her pro debut won a four-round unanimous decision over Jessica Mohs,  who took a fight at the last minute. Luna is now 1-0-0, and Mohs is 5-6-0 (1KO).
Logged on records site

October 3, 2002 -Madrid, Spain
Maria Jesús Rosa of Spain defeated Russian Nina Ambrosova by 10-round unanimous decision and retained her European Title in her second defense. Final scoring was 100-90 99-93, and 99-93. The promoter of the event was Enrique Soria of Tundra-Barcelon Productions. The fight was broadcasted live by national TV Sportsmania - Canal Satelite. Logged on records site

October 3, 2002 - Marcos, Texas
Lisa Holewyne, 145.5, defeated Britt VanBuskirk, 145, by an eight-round unanimous decision. Final scoring was 80-72, 79-73, and 78-74.  Also, Brenda Bell-Drexel, 138 3/4, had a draw with Gloria Ramirez, 137 3/4.
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October 1, 2002 - Dodge Theatre, Phoenix, Arizona
Elena "Baby Doll" Reid, 119, won by a six-round unanimous decision over Terri Cruz, 123. Reid improves to 11-2-1 (4KO), and Cruz is now 5-3-2 (3KO). Dale Hauser of Ring Sport wrote, "
On the undercard of the Rey Beltran vs Carlos Diaz fight, on October 1st, Elena "Baby Doll" Reid fought Terry "Lil' Loca" Cruz in a six round contest. Crowd favorite Reid, 119 pounds, swept the first four rounds with hard shots and a wicked jab. Cruz, 123 pounds, came on in the end and took the last two rounds and the fight had the crowd on it's feet for most of the fight. All three judges were in agreement on the outcome and scored the fight 58-56 for Reid.  Reid is an Arizona native and Cruz is from Denver Colorado. Elena is rated # 1 in the world at all three organizations at 115 pounds. She had been spotted training at Knockout Boxing Gym in Phoenix before the fight but usually trains in Las Vegas. (Report submitted by Mary Ann Owen of BILV) Logged on records site

September 29, 2002 - Palace Gaming Center, in Lemoore, California
With an attendance of 1,450, Jennifer Alcorn, 131.5, stepped up the competition with last-minute opponent Cheryl Nance, 133.5, of North Carolina. The two battled it out, until the fifth round of a scheduled six-round non-title fight, when Alcorn finished off the job and stopped Nance after knocking her to the canvass.  Nance was stopped at :57 seconds in that round.  Alcorn, the current WIBF lighweight champion, took the last-minute fight with Nance, after her long-scheduled opponent, Imelda Arias, was pregnant.   Alcorn improved her record to 14-0-0 (10KO). Nance is now 6-8-0 (6KO).
Full Story on Fresno Bee  Logged on records site

September 28, 2002 – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Shadina Pennybaker, 148, won a four-round unanimous decision over Leanna Owens, 157. WBAN’s insider said that it was a very good fight and that Owens had a "good" chin! Final scoring by judges was 39-37,40-36, and 40-36. Pennybaker improved her record to 6-1-1 (2KO), and Owens fell to 1-1-1 (0KO).Logged on records site

September 28, 2002 - Anaheim, California
At the Arrowhead Pond, in Anaheim, California, Mary Duron of Anaheim defeated Tracey Stevens of Ontario, Canada, in a four-round unanimous decision. Duron improved her record to 4-3-1, and Stevens fell to 2-4-0.
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September 28, 2002 - Toowoomba Cathedral, Toowoomba, Australia
Kelly Pearce, Light-Heavyweight, Australia, TKO3 Colleen Bracken, Australia. Logged on records site

September 27, 2002 - Savannah, Georgia
Another "stinker" of a match last night!
At the Savannah Civic Center, in Savannah, Georgia, with  one of the best and well-respected boxers on the scene today, Chevelle Hallback, fought Vanessa Pine, 1-1-0, KO'ing her in the second round... another disappointment in this sport lately.
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September 27, 2002 - Harriet Himmel Gilman Theatre-West Palm Beach - Florida
In a four-round welterweight bout, WIBF Intercontinental Welterweight champion, West Palm Beach, Karla Redo won an unanimous decision over Cynthia Jones, Miami. Final Scoring by judges was 40-36, 39-37 and 39-37. Redo improves her record to 8-1-0, and Jones is 0-2. 
Logged on records site

September 26, 2002 - "Fight Night at the Tank", in San Jose, California
Julie Crockett TKO3 1:44 seconds Lisa Lovell.
The opening bout of the evening was a junior welterweight contest featuring Julie Crockett, 139, from Los Angeles, CA versus Lisa Lovelle, 138 1/4, out of Las Vegas, NV. It was clear from the outset who was the stronger of the two as Crockett immediately rocked Lovell with combinations to the head. Much to Lovell's credit she kept coming forward only to be greeted with more punishment. Crockett showed patience in her attack and knew it was just a matter of time before she took out Lovell in round three. Crockett improves to 3-0, 2 KO's while Lovell falls to 2-5.   
Fight report on Hot Boxing news!

September 25, 2002- Ameristar Casino-Kansas City, Missouri
Jerri Sitzes, 133, stopped (TKO1) Vyvenne "Hammer" Head, 130, in the first round.
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September 25, 2002 - Houston, Texas
At the Radisson Astrodome Hotel, in Houston, Texas, Ann Wolfe stopped overmatched Genevia Buckhalter in the second round. Wolfe improved her record to 13-1-0 (10KO). Buckhalter fell to 2-11-1 (2KO). Also, Gracie Olivares  won a four-round unanimous decision over Isabel Manysing.
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September 22, 2002 - Table Mountain Casino, Friant, California, Fox Sports Net Card
Shakura Witherspoon
makes it to a even "30"----that is thirty losses as a professional boxer.... Witherspoon fought a much less experienced boxer, Lisa Lewis, who according to news sources dominated the fight, when Shakura basically covered up and avoided Lewis most of the fight. Lewis told the Fresno Bee, "I couldn't believe it, I thought, why in the hell is she in the ring if all she is going to do is cover up?' " Lewis won the fight with a unanimous decision bringing her record to 4-6-0. Witherspoon dropped to 9-30-1.
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September 21, 2002, Tampa, Florida
Felicia Collins NC3 Kimberly Harris, Middleweight - both making pro debut.Logged on records site

September 21, 2002 – Madrid, Spain
Silvia León, Spain, defeated Dina de Pedro, Portugal by a unanimous decision. Leon is now 5-1-0 (1KO).
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September 21, 2002 - Emerald Queen Casino, Tacoma, Washington
Martha Salazar, 240, won by a four-round uananimous decision over Carley Pesente, 214.  Salazar used her powerful right hand to keep Pesente off balance for most of the fight and landed several hard, dramatic punches to Pesente's head.  Pesente used a defensive posture for much of the fight and could not overcome Salazars power. All judges scorecards were 40-36.  Salazar is now 3-0-0, and Pesente is 3-4-1.
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Sept 21, 2002 Stratosphere Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada 
Elizabeth Cervantes, 119, won her first professional fight when she defeated Dawn Reynolds, 119, by a unanimous decision. final scoring was 39-37, 39-37, and 39-37. Cervantes is now 1-2-0, and Reynolds is 3-2-0.
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September 21, 2002 - Kiev Circus in Kiev, Ukraine
Marina Kozerod KO2 Nadejd Krakovskaia, Kiev.  Kozerod and Nadejd were fighting for the vacant Ukrainian Super Bantamweight.  Kozerod improved her record to 3-2-1 (1KO).Logged on records site

September 21, 2002 - Lugner City, Wien,  Austria 
Bantamweights Bettina Csábi, Hungary TKO4 Simone Suciu, Romania.Also Bantamweights Diana Szilagyi, Hungary, TKO5 Mirabella Arteni. .Logged on records site

Sept 21, 2002 - Ontario, Canada - Amateurs 
Amateur boxer, Norika Kariya, and younger sister of NHL superstar Paul Kariya, won the Gold medal in the Summerhays Novice Developmental Tournament in Brantford, Ontario, Canada. Kariya of the KO Kings Boxing Club, won a three-round decision over Ashley Lucas, of the Regency Boxing Club in the 126 lb. weight class.

September 20, 2002 -Deiva Marina,  Italy
Flyweights Maria Rosa Tabusso, Italy, TKO4  Viktoria Varga, Hungary.Logged on records site

September 15, 2002 – Lecco, Italy
Barbara Palazzoli
KO1 Annamaria Falcone, in the 57 kgs. division.
Logged on records site

September 14, 2002 -Civic Complex, Cornwall, Ontario, Canada
In a super-bantamweight division,  Robin Pinto had a four-round draw with Heather Stevens, of Norfolk, Virginia. Final scoring by the judges was 39-37 (for Stevens), 38-38, 38-38. Pinto is now 2-3-1, and Stevens is 0-2-1
.Heather Stevens (0-2-1) and Robin Pinto (2-3-1) fought to a spirited majority draw 39-37, 38-38, 38-38. Logged on records site

September 14, 2002 – Gardony, Hungary – Blue Alligator Box Promotion
Jr. Lightweights Julia Gregor, Hungary fought Bettina Argath, Hungary with a six-round decision by points. Another women’s bout was with Jr. Flyweights Krisztina Belinszky, Hungary who defeated Timea Dencsi, Hungary with a four-round decision by points.Logged on records site

September 14, 2002 - Germany
Daisy Lang
defeated Lisa  Foster with a 10-round unanimous decision for the vacant GBU Bantamweight Title. Final scoring- 96-94,97-93, 98-92.
Logged on records site

September 13, 2002 - Atlanta, Georgia
Terry Moss won a split decision over Nina Ahlin. Fight report by By Marc Delamater:
After a fairly even opening round, Moss rocked Ahlin with a big overhand right in the second, which she used to peppered Ahlin's face well into the following round. Although Ahlin staged a late third-round rally, she was unable to get on track and close the show on a visibly tiring Moss. The final score cards were 38-39 and 37-39 for Moss, and 40-36 for Ahlin. Ahlin drops to 7-3-1 while Moss notches her first ring victory, going to 1-3-0. The match was part of the Rumble at the Roxy 2 fight card promoted by David Oblas' Undisputed Productions LLC held at this popular Buckhead venue, with an attendance of 500. Logged on records site

September 13, 2002 - National Guard Armory,  Braintree, Maine
Leaticia "Baby Girl" Robinson TKO2 Evelyn Holley. According to news sources, Holley retired after the first round. Robinson improved her record to 9-0-0 (8KO), and Holley slipped to 1-3-0 (1KO). Logged on records site

September 13, 2002 -  Budapest, Hungary
Viktoria Milo,  Budapest, won a four-round unanimous decision over Mariana Pampuk, Hungary. Milo  is now 4-2-0 (1KO). Logged on records site

September 13, 2002, Randers, Denmark
Sarka Stoklaskova defeated Tammy "The Fox" Baker, who was making her pro debut in a unanimous decision.  According to news sources, Baker put up a brave fight, but it was obvious, that she needs boxing skills and experience. Apparently her opponent had some amateur fights to her name, and that showed. The fight was not scheduled to be shown at the live broadcast from the show, but due to some early stoppages, the TV company showed the 3 last round, which they had taped earlier. 
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September 12, 2002 - Nation Nightclub, in Washington D.C. 
Sunshine Fettkether (with a short notice to fight)
defeated Kanicia Eley in a six-round majority Decision.  Sunshine improves her record to 4-2-2 (2KO).Eley is now  2-3 (1KO).
Logged on records site

September 8, 2002 - Lawton, Ohio
On a Cedric Kushner Promotions "Everlast Heavyweight Explosion" on a Fox Sports Net card, a local fighter Karen Bill won a four-round majority decision over Cassandra Giger of Fayetteville, Arkansas in the 168-lb division. Bill improved her record to 4-9-0 (2KO), and Giger fell to 1-1-0 (1KO).
Logged on records site

September 7, 2002- Newied, Germany
Nadja Loritz, Koblenz, Germany, TKO5 Anca Pop.Logged on records site

September 7, 2002 in Barranquilla, Colombia
Darys Pardo won by KO in the third to Consuelo Paternina. According to a note in  "El Heraldo", September 10; Pardo did retain her National Jr. Welterweight championship.Logged on records site

September 7, 2002 Tokyo, Japan 
 Japan vs Australia

Japanese Flyweight, Yumi Yashima, knocked out Australian kickboxing champion, Amanda Buchanan, in the sixth round.
And, in a 57 kg bout, Emiko Raika Japan TKO'd Australia's Lauren Bennett in the second round. Bennett was a last minute substitution for WIBA champ Sharon Anyos. Raika had originally been scheduled to fight Sharon Anyos. Logged on records site

September 6, 2002 – Santa Ana Casino, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Holly Holm, 149, won a four-round unanimous decision over Bonnie Mann, 148. Holm dominated the four rounds knocking Mann down twice in the 2nd round, and twice in the third round. Final Scoring was 4-32,40-32, and 40-30. Holm is now 4-0-0 (2KO), and Mann fell to 0-2-0 (0KO).. (source: NewMexicoBoxing.com).
 Logged on records site

September 6, 2002 -  Edgewater Casino, in Laughlin, Nevada
Reiko Muruyama, 119, now 2-1-0, won a four-round unanimous decision over Dawn Reynolds, 117. BILV Mary Ann Owen who covered the fight ringside said that it was a "great" fight, and the crowd went "crazy" over these two going toe to toe.
 Logged on records site

September 6, 2002 – Molson, Center, Montreal, Canada – ESPN2
Featherweights Danielle Bouchard, who was making her pro debut, made a short night of her first professional fight when she stopped Star Holmes in the second round. Logged on records site

September 1, 2002 (Amateurs) Ringside National Labor Day Championships
The Ringside Tournament (Aug 28-Sept 1)  is the largest gathering of amateur boxers in the world. This year over 1000 boxers went to Kansas City, Missouri to take part in the best event in Amateur Boxing. Molly McConnell with back to back tournament victories first the National Golden Gloves and Now the Ringside Tournament. Molly McConnell won the Gold Thursday August 29th Molly stopped Tawanna Martin from Rapid City, South Dakota in the first round. Saturday August 31st Molly won a unanimous decision over Belinda Olivares of San Antonio, Texas Sunday September 1st Molly won on a first round stoppage of Amber Claussen of Pierce, Nebraska. (Amber stepped into the finals with a 28-3 record) Molly's next stop is the National PAL in Augusta, Georgia. Another boxer,  Vanessa Juarez  boxed 2 times and won the Championships in the Intermediate 112 Female Division. 



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