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Oh...Boy...Moorehead Featured on another boxing card
By Sue TL Fox
October 21, 2005
     
     
     
   
   
   

 

   
   
   

(OCT 21) Again, “Hall of Shamer” boxer Willicia Moorehead,  2-17-0, will be fighting again, on October 27, 2005, at the Civic Center, in Hammond, Indiana, when she takes on Amy Yoratovac.  This tidbit of information is reported on boxrec.com.  Moorehead has been stopped 11 times in her last 12 bouts, and losing her last 13 fights. It does not take much to figure out "why"  when you catch a glimpse of her boxing abilities.

Moorehead has a long history dated back to 1999,  in the sport of providing ample KO’s for her opponent’s record. Here is a summary of her stoppages in the sport thus far….Mary McGee, stopped Moorehead 1:37 seconds of the third round; Lois Theobold, TKO’d Moorehead in the second round; Kristy Follmar KO’d Moorehead in the second round;  Kelli Cofer TKO’d her twice in two matches;  Mary Jo Sanders, KO’d her in the first round;  Chevelle Hallback KO’d her in first round;  Renee Richardt Douglas KO’d her in the second round: Mary Elizabeth Ortega, TKO her in second round;  Andrea Nelson TKO’d her in the first round in one fight, and stopped her with TKO in the second round when she first fought her;  Jennifer Alcorn Stopped her in the first round; and Bridget Benjamin TKO’d Moorehead in the second round. 

Photos of Moorehead with her "unique" boxing style. 

         

        
  When all else fails - Turn back on opponent - flail your hands in wide angles, and pray that the ref makes it a short night-collect check--go home.   
 

 
  When fighting in close, close eyes, take a nap, and hope the ref stops the fight soon...  
 

 
  Try the "rope-a-egg beater" move, claw at your opponent to keep the opponent within arms length. Drop your hands to throw your opponent off, since boxers don't generally drop the hands to defend oneself, and throw wide and out of range combinations that look more like a human "blender" in action than a boxer.  
 
     
     

 

 

 

 

 

     
     
     
 

 

 

 

 

     
     

 

     
     
     
 

 

 

 

 

     
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     
     
     
   
         
 
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