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Teresa "Princess Red Star" Kibby, a past boxer in the 1970's, ranked #2 World Welterweight with the Women's Boxing Federation 1977. 

Kibby had been boxing since she was 10 years old with three of her brothers who were also professional fighters.  Her 28-year-old sister fought  professionally under the name Darlene Buckskin. Kibby was given the name "Princess Red Star" when Sioux Chief White Buffalo Man adopted her into the Sioux tribe.

When the California's boxing rules were amended that allowed women to box in 1976, her father, Dave Kibby, was her boxing trainer and helped her fulfill her dream to be a professional boxer.  Her father had also been a boxer from 1945-1947.  

Kibby not only loved the sport of boxing, she was also involved in basketball, volleyball and participated on softball teams.  Kibby's greatest desire was to be a contender for a women's championship title in the future. Kibby had received offers to box in Hawaii,  England, and Jamaica. 

Kibby was one of the great female boxer's of the 70's and a true pioneer to get the sport off of the ground.   Tragically, her father died in the later part of the 70's, and she did not continue to fight very much after his death. 

Top Rank offered Kibby a one-year contract in 1977. Notice in the agreement that "SHE" can also decide who to fight! 
 
     
     
   
 
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