(SEPT 6) According to Boxrec, on
September 3, 2011, at the Hotel Sheraton, in Colon City, Panama,
junior (light) flyweight Abigail Villar won an eight-round unanimous
decision over Yaditza Perez----winning the WBC Latino junior
Perez is now 2-7-0 (0KO), and Villar moves her record to 5-5-3 (1KO). This was a
rematch for these two, whereas in their first fight that took
place on June 3, 2011, Villar won by a four-round
Perez came into this title fight with SIX STRAIGHT LOSSES----not
winning a fight since 2008!
The only wins that Perez has on her record, came from her first
two fights, defeating Damiana Duran, 0-1-0, in a four-rounder,
and Carolina Montenegro, 1-1-2, winning by a majority decision
in a four round bout in 2008.
How does one get an opportunity to fight for any title belt when
they lost six straight times, in 2009, 2010, and 2011?
We do not expect the WBC to answer this question at this
point. They have definitely established a "Track Record" with having
some very good women's boxing title fights, to the other end of
the spectrum of some of the very
worst title fights in the sport.
Title bout added to:
Title Bouts: You've
Got to be kidding!
Photo: Villar fighting a past opponent