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Ann Wolfe - A Flash from the Past Memory
by Sue TL Fox
November 12, 2011
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(NOV 12) WBAN would like to give special recognition to Ann Wolfe---Recognition as a female boxer, AND trainer as one of the best in the business.   Wolfe is a true inspiration in the sport.

Wolfe may not have gotten her just rewards she deserved when she was an active female boxer, and had won many world titles.  She had years of frustration never getting an opportunity to fight Laila Ali---but Wolfe paved her own road in the sport without riding on the coat tails of others to achieve what she has accomplished in the sport in the past and present. 

I remember covering Ann Wolfe ringside in one of her first fights at the Mercer Arena, in Seattle, Washington, on October 9, 1999, when she fought Dakota Stone in a four-rounder.  It did not take long to see that she was going to be one of the top talents in the sport, by even viewing this earliest fight of her boxing as a pro.  

WBAN has posted some excellent videos of Wolfe, when she fought the much taller boxer, Vonda Ward, who towered over Ann, at 6'5". She stopped Ward, in one of the most impressive KO's in female boxing history, an HBO three-part series of her training James Kirkland, and a documentary that was done on Wolfe. 
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