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Fight Night at the Cascades Casino in Langley BC:  Sarah Pucek Wins by Split Decision
Photo Credits: Hassan Behgouei

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(SEPT 14)  On Friday night, September 9th, at the Coast Hotel and Convention Centre, in Langley BC, the female bout met all the hype and boxing history when Canadian Featherweight Champion Sarah Pucek of Fort Langley had a rematch with Lucia Larcinese of Montreal for Pucek’s Canadian Title and the vacant Commonwealth Championship.   Pucek won by a ten round split decision with final judges scores of 99-91 and 96-94 for Pucek the third judge had it 95-95.   Full fight report on Langley Advance News by Troy Landreville Link to story


Larcinese and Pucek.  Photo Credit:  Hassan Behgouei

Pucek now owns both the Canadian and Commonwealth Championships and holds the distinction of being the first women to hold the oldest title in boxing.

According to a press release sent into WBAN Pucek will take a couple of weeks off then a planned fight for November.


Larcinese and Pucek.  Photo Credit:  Hassan Behgouei

Pucek’s long-time trainer and manager Dave Allison said that he was happy with his fighter’s performance. She was off for three-plus years and this is only her second fight back.

Allison said, "She is regaining her timing and confidence. You still have not seen the best of her yet. We are on line to fight for a world title in 2017. The current world champion Jelena Mrdjenovich is defending her World Championship in France next month.  We expect to be her 2017 defence against Sarah Pucek."

"Pucek may appear back at the Cascades in November however we are also looking at the Emerald Queen in Tacoma. Pucek started her career at the Emerald Queen and was an attraction at the now famous boxing venue.  Pucek's record is 7-2-1 and she has never lost a featherweight fight.  Her two losses and the draw were lightweight fights two weight divisions above her weight",  added Allison.

WBAN looks forward to the possibility of Pucek fighting at the Emerald Queen Casino, in Tacoma, Washington and will definitely want to be there to cover her fight.  We had the pleasure of covering a fight she had at this casino in 2012 and was very impressed by this fighters skill and performance.

 
     
     
   
 
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