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Exciting Night of Women's Boxing Action in Mexico!
February 2,  2014
     
   
   


 

(FEB 2) On Friday night, January 31, 2014, on the “Kings and Queens” live professional boxing card, at the Caliente Racetrack, in Tijuana, Mexico, there were three female bouts on the card.

In the mainliner, 20-year old flyweight Kenia Enriquez, 111¼, of Tijuana, now 9-0 (5KO), remained undefeated when she won by a first round TKO [1:16] over the previously undefeated Selene Lopez, 111¼, 3-1-3 (1KO), of Los Mochis, Sinaloa. The fight was scheduled for six rounds. Enriquez was named WBAN’s top ten “Hot Prospects” of 2013.

In other female boxing action, super flyweights Sandra “Perla Negra” Robles, 114½, 20 years old, of Tijuana’s 6-1-0 (3KO), stole the show with a spectacular second round TKO [1:30] over Mary Gastelum, who was undefeated at the time. Robles over-powered Gastelum, with quick and fast combinations that landed Gastelum to the canvas, and it was “Lights Out” by the southpaw.

In the third female bout on the card, between Brenda “La Bonita” Flores, 116¾, of Tijuana, vs. Mireya Ochoa, 116¾, of Los Mochis, Sinaloa. Flores defeated Ochoa in the four-round contest by a unanimous decision with 40-36 on all scorecards. Flores raised her record to 7-1-0 (2KO), and Ochoa fell to 1-3-0.

The female bouts “stole the show” this night that also had five men’s bouts on the card, and promoted by Mayen Zanfer.

According to a report that WBAN received, Enriquez will remain busy when she fights on February 28th, in San Diego, California, on the Hall of Fame Bobby D. Promotions. tphotos

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