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Two Fight Cards, Two Female Bouts in the Big Apple
by Bernie McCoy
March 31, 2010

     
   
   
   
   

(MAR 31) Two fight cards this week in New York City will each feature a female boxing bout in what is, hopefully, an encouraging portent for the sport of Women's boxing in the largest fight market in the country.

On Wednesday, in the heart of Times Square, at B B Kings Club on 42nd Street, Keisher Mcleod Wells will open Lou DiBella's seven bout program going four rounds against unbeaten Mexican flyweight Laura Gomez (3-0). Wells (2-1), who when not training at Gleasons Gym often works the front desk, is coming off a close majority decision loss to unbeaten Laura Ledezma in January in Panama City, Ledezma's hometown.

On Friday, veteran Alicia Ashley (14-9-1), who also trains at Gleasons, will take on Jackie Trivilino (3-1-1) in a featured six round bout on the O'Shea Brothers fight card at the Masonic Temple in downtown Brooklyn. Ashley's last bout, in August, was a close ten round majority decision loss to Panamanian Marcela Acuna, for the WBC super bantamweight title, in Panama.

Trivilino brings a reputation as a tough campaigner to Brooklyn, from upstate Plattsburgh, New York. Trivilino, who began as a professional a year ago, started her career with a four round loss to Amanda Serrano, who is now unbeaten in five pro fights. Trivilino followed with a four round draw with Nydia Feliciano, in May, on an O'Shea Brothers card in Yonkers, NY, and has, since then, recorded three straight decision wins.

Trivilino, a late replacement for Dominican Republic super bantamweight Liliana Martinez, faces a big step up in Ashley. A scheduled six round super featherweight bout between Maureen Shea and Norma Faris was canceled.
 

 
     
     
   
 
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