According to Boxrec, on Saturday night in Guanajuato, Mexico,
there was a WBC Youth Bantamweight title on the
line for a fight between veteran female boxer Zulina Munoz,
25-1-2 (19KO), of Mexico City, vs. pro debuter Patricia Ordonez,
of Mexico City that took place at the
Palenque de la Feria, in Guanajuato,
Both boxers are 23 years old.
My question is this: How does a pair of 23-year-old women
qualify for a Youth title? Isn't someone in their 20's
considered an adult? And even if that were not the case, why
would a boxer as Munoz qualify for a "Youth" title when she has
fought for 5-6 years. Munoz began boxing in March of 2005.
addition---prior to this fight that took place last night, Munoz
appears to have fought for regular world and other named titles
throughout the years.....Check out her long history of title
Lastly....how does one that has not one recorded professional
boxing bout as Ordonez---and is not rated get an opportunity to
fight for ANY title? Especially being matched with a much more
experienced veteran boxer as Munoz? Who made this
match in the first place?
The fact that Ordonez only lasted 1:34 seconds of the first
round and stopped by TKO only adds more credence to the
suspicion that this fight was in all probability a mismatch.
WBAN welcomes anyone to give additional fight information on
Ordonez---we were not able to find any info on her at this time.
Also, we have contacted the WBC
by email, to give them an opportunity to respond to this
article, and will post their response when received. .