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Toe to Toe with Christy Martin
By Lori Steinhorst
©Photo by Mary Ann Owen
September 30, 2005

(SEPT 30) For those of you who may be wondering, retirement is out of the question for Christy Martin. “No! absolutely not” she said.  Although Holly Holm took the decision in their New Mexico fight, Martin is not exactly sure how that happened. “Holm made no commitment to fight in the ring, she seldom got close enough to hit me, I don’t know how you score something that never connected.  She ran from me for 10 rounds. I was in good shape. I came to fight and ended up at a track meet.”   Full Story

Crystal Morales vs. Liz Medel
By David Avila
September 30, 2005

(SEPT 30) Oxnard’s Crystal Morales meets Maywood’s Liz Medel making her pro debut in a four-round featherweight match in the City of Commerce, a small suburb across the bridge from East Los Angeles. Trained by former junior lightweight world champion Robert Garcia and aided by current lightweight world title-holder Mia Rosales St. John, the determined Morales (2-2-1) intends to reverse her record and wants to start the roll against Medel at Stevens Steakhouse in a fight card promoted by KO Productions on Friday night. It won’t be easy. Full Story

Ann Wolfe to take Center Stage on ESPN2 Talk Show
Source: RPM press release
©Photo by Tony Duffy
September 28, 2005

(SEPT 28) 8-time World Champion Ann Wolfe will be a special guest along with Professional Auto Racer Danica Patrick on ESPN 2’s new talk show “Quite Frankly”. The show is scheduled to air Friday night, September 30, 2005 at 5:30 pm central time. More

All-Women's Card in Laughlin
September 28, 2005

(SEPT 28) On October 8th, at the Harrah’s in Laughlin, Nevada, there will be a night of action in Women’s Boxing on  "A Ring of Their Own" card, promoted by Rock and Sock Productions.  The women boxers on the card, includes Elena "Baby Doll" Reid, Jeannine Garside, Wendy Rodriguez, Yvonne Caples, Shadina Pennybaker,  Daria Hill, Rita Valentini, Laura Ramsey, and Asa Sandell.
Full Story

Windsor Rocks at Women's World Champions
By Margaret Sidoroff
September 27, 2005

(SEPT 27) Canada just finished the first day of preliminaries at
the 2006 Women's World Championships in Russia. Only
two boxers competed today and both were Windorites.
Katie Dunn won by RSCO 20-5 over USA's Anca Neagu and
Mary Spencer ....More

Christensen to fight Petrova
September 27, 2005

(SEPT 27) On September 30, 2005, in Vesthallen, Slagelse, Denmark, and promoted by Team Palle, Anita Christensen, of Denmark, will be fighting Monika Petrova in a six-round Bantamweight bout.  (Promoters are looking for opponents to fight in Denmark, against Christensen, if  interested, contact Team Palle at  teampalle@teampalle.dk

1920's Female Boxer - Jeanne La Mar: Flash from the Past!
by Terry Graham/Sarah Jo Rauschl
September 26, 2005

(SEPT 26) WBAN has been in contact with Terry Graham, a retired police officer, of Wrightwood, California, who has been doing some extensive research on Jeanne La Mar (AKA: Jean La mar, The Countess Jeanne La Mar, The Countess, Jeanne Vina Lamar.) Graham and Sarah Jo Rauschl provided this fascinating history of this past boxer, and a deep mystery that surrounds her.  Full Story

Jackie Kallen: Another Uphill Climb
By Bernie McCoy
September 25, 2005

(SEPT 25) William Shakespeare, a celebrated playwright of note once penned, "Our doubts are traitors and make us lose the good we oft might win by fearing to attempt." Jackie Kallen, a boxing figure of note, has had a career that goes far to prove the validity of those words. You've probably heard of Jackie Kallen; maybe it was when she was managing the burgeoning career of James Toney; possibly, it was as a result of the movie, "Against the Ropes", based on that part of Kallen's life; or maybe you've seen her co-hosting the NBC-TV boxing reality show, "The Contender " Full Story

Ragosina added to WBAN!
September 25, 2005

(SEPT 25)  5'11½" super middleweight Natascha (Natalja) Ragosina was born on April 5, 1976 in Karaganda, Kazakhstan. She began combat sports at the age of 18, as a kickboxer, and within two years she’d won the European championship, a feat she repeated two years later in 1998. Success took her to ..Full Bio page by Dee Williams

Pamela has life in 'London' -takes vacant WIBC heavyweight
By Steve Ninvalle

September 25, 2005

(SEPT 25) In Pamela 'The Grenade' London became the second woman from Guyana to win a world title when she stopped Kim Quashie in the seventh round, to snatch the Women's International Boxing Council heavyweight title in Full Copyrighted story on stabroeknews.com

Brown Delivers First Loss to Chavez!
September 25, 2005

(SEPT 25) On Friday, at the Jean Pierre Complex, Port of Spain, Trinidad,  In the main event,  Lisa “Bad News” Brown, 121 ¾,  of Canada, won a 10-round unanimous decision Jackie Chavez, 120, of New Mexico. The two were fighting for the vacant WIBA Super Bantamweight world title.  Iva Weston of Trinidad..Full Results

Latest Update on Christian
September 23, 2005

(SEPT 23) WBAN received an update on Chicago's  Christina Christian, who has joined up with new management and is now with Bruce Houde.  Houde told WBAN, "Christina will be training at JABB gym in Chicago, the home of 8 Count Productions. We are active at this time to find  fights for Christina and will take fights from 185 to heavyweight."

Kim/Rivas set for 21st
By Ewan Whyte
September 22, 2005

(SEPT 22) According to the Executive Secretary of the World Boxing Council, Mauricio Sulaimán, Jazmín ("la Rusita") Rivas of Mexico (11-2, 5 KOs) will be challenging Kwang Ok Kim of North Korea for the WBC Bantamweight title in North Korea on the 21st October -- a fight originally scheduled for the 20th September.  Full Story

Cofer and McNamara to rematch
September 22, 2005

(SEPT 22) On October 1, 2005, at the Nationwide Arena, in Columbus, Ohio, super featherweight Kelli Cofer, 11-3-4 (4KO), of Willard, Ohio, will be rematching Angel McNamara, 4-2-1 (2KO), of Cambridge, Maryland.  The two just recently fought on September 10th, in Indiana, where, Cofer won by a six-round unanimous decision. 

Latest Update on Anani!
September 21, 2005

(SEPT 21) This coming weekend, on Sept. 22, 23, and 24, Dave Gaudette, president of Front Range Boxing Academy in Boulder, will be kicking off self-defense classes at his gym with four-time world champion female boxer Sumya Anani.  People who attend Anani's workshops will receive a free boxing introduction class and the first self-defense class will be free.

Fountain Wins by a Split; Mahfood and Swindell Draw
September 20, 2005
©Photos by J & P Photography.

(SEPT 20) On September 17, in Kinder, Louisiana, there was two women’s bouts on the card.  In one matchup, Akondayne Fountain, 160, won a four-round split decision over Veronica Rucker. In a second women’s match,  Yolanda Swindell, 169, and a four-round draw with last replacement Valerie Mahfood. Full Results

Clampitt Raises over $1,000 for Victims of Hurricane Katrina!
Source: Press Release
September 20, 2005

NARRAGANSETT, RI -- Reigning IWBF world lightweight champion Jaime Clampitt was able to raise $1,320 for victims of Hurricane Katrina, both human and animal. Clampitt sold the trunks she wore in her first world title winning fight, October 31st, 2003 against Eliza Olson, on eBay for $660. The proceeds of that auction went directly to the American Red Cross.  More

Fight Opportunities in Denmark
September 19, 2005

(SEPT 19) Looking for a fight? Promoters are looking for women boxers who would be available to fight Anita Christiansen at Bantamweight to Super Featherweight on some upcoming cards.  These would be a six-round bouts for September 30, and again on October 28. If you are in this weight class, and interested, contact Team Palle at  teampalle@teampalle.dk

WBAN Adds "The Cameleon" Yankovich!
September 19, 2005

(SEPT 19) Duda "The Cameleon" Yankovich,  5'6", 144 lbs., was born in Yugoslavia (Today known as Serbia, and Montenegro), in the small city of Jagodina, but she now fights out of Brazil.  Duda has a fascinating background, and it is amazing to see how many talented boxers that come from all parts of the world. Biography of Duda

Shea wins by TKO
ember 18, 2005

(SEPT 18) Last night, in Greenboro, North Carolina, Maureen "Moe" Shea, stopped Darnella Barnes in the first round by TKO. The bout was set for four rounds. Shea is now 2-0-0 (2KO). Cheryl Nance, former boxer, turned promoter promoted this event.  There is talk that Shea may return in October to be featured on another card.

Ragosina by stoppage in one
By Ewan Whyte
September 18, 2005

(SEPT 18) It took all of 30 seconds last night for Natascha Ragosina to dispatch the overmatched (and not altogether undernourished) Maria Velichkova of the Czech Republic. With no time amid the phone-in competitions and ‘co main events’ (one of which featured a pot-bellied greaser in his forties, who appeared to be drunk) to show us the full thirty seconds, D:SF cut to the chase:  Full Story

Olson Defeats Rakoczy for two world titles!
September 17, 2005

(SEPT 17) Last night in Lemoore, California, Eliza Olson defeated Jessica Rakoczy in a 10-round world title bout for the IBA and WBC lightweight title! In the ninth round, Olson knocked Rakoczy to the canvas. Scores  97-92, 97-92, and 98-91.

September 17, 2005
©Photos by Mary Ann Owen/ MPEGS by Butch Gottlieb.

(SEPT 17) WBAN has just posted mpegs and photos of the "biggest upset of the year thus far" Christy Martin vs. Holly Holm.  Many boxing fans said that Holms took this fight too soon, her promoter, Lenny Fresquez had no doubt that Holm would win. MPEG/Photo Gallery #288

Ragosina and Kentikian tonight in Germany
By Ewan Whyte
September 17, 2005

(SEPT 17) Two women’s matches feature on the bill for tonight’s SES Box Gala in Ilsenburg (Germany), parts of which will be broadcast live on the Astra satellite by D:SF (23:00-00:30 CET): the 7th fight on the bill pits 17-year-old Susianna Kentikian (6-0 5KOs), an Armenian now resident in Hamburg (who has won her last four fights in either the first or second round), against Renata Vesecka of the Czech Republic; whilst the 8th fight – a late addition to the programme – is a sharpening-up operation for Natascha Ragosina prior to a promised world title fight with Jacqui Frazier-Lyde.  Full Story

  Results: Bouchard Wins by Decision
September 17, 2005

(SEPT 17)At the Bell Center, in Montreal, QC, Canada, Danielle Bouchard, 119 1/4, won by a four-round unanimous decision over Michelle Herron, 117 3/4. Judges scores were 40-36 on all cards. Promoted by Innerbox.

  Update: Valley and Salazar fight is off
September 16, 2005

(SEPT 16) Tonight on the Miller Lite Fight Night at the Tank card,  at the HP Pavilion in San Jose, California, Martha Salazar, was supposed to fight Marsha Valley on the undercard. WBAN was told that Valley came in four-pounds to light, and that they were going to reweigh at 3:30 today.  Apparently the commission did not allow the bout.

A Ring of Their Own Finalizes October 8th Card
at Harrah's in Laughlin

September 16, 2005

(SEPT 16) Rock and Sock Productions announced updates and additions to the upcoming October 8 show at Harrah’s in Laughlin, Nevada. They are as follows:  Undefeated Swedish super middleweight Asa Sandell (3-0-1) will square off against the tough and talented Laura Ramsey, (4-0) also undefeated. Ramsey is from Orlando, Florida. Featherweight Janine Garside, (2-0), from Windsor, Ontario, will face her stiffest competition to date when she challenges LA’s Rita Valentini, (6-3). Both of these battles are scheduled..Full Story

Biggers to fight on Head Hunter Promotions Card
by Pamela Stokes
September 15, 2005

(SEPT 15) Mark Your Calendar now for Saturday October 15, 2005! The place to be on this cool autumn night will be White Rock Boxing Gym for a hot night of LIVE boxing. Head Hunter Promotions proudly presents another awesome night of fights for the boxing radical. More

Press Conference - Martin vs. Holm
September 14, 2005

(SEPT 14)Today in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the press conference was held for the Christy Martin vs. Holly Holm set for September 16th card, and promoted by Fresquez Productions, Inc.  ©Photo by Mary Ann Owen. 

Follmar Retires from Boxing
Source: Kristy Follmar
September 14, 2005

(SEPT 14) Yesterday, WBAN received notice that Kristy Rose Follmar has decided to hang up the gloves.  She wrote the following:  "After months of serious consideration about the direction of my life, I have decided to walk away from boxing. For almost 6 years, I was blessed with opportunities and accomplished things I never imagined I would do. However, there are factors in my life now that have become unbalanced due to the extremely demanding lifestyle of professional boxing. I have chosen to....Full Story

  Two Women’s Bouts on Louisiana Card!
September 14, 2005

(SEPT 14) On Saturday, September 17, 2005, on the Knockouts at Coushatta IX Boxing card, held at The Pavilion at Coushatta, Kinder, Louisiana, there will be two women’s bouts on the card.  In one matchup, Akondayne Fountain, will be facing Veronica Rucker.  In another match, Yolanda Swindell, will be fighting Trini Guzman.  J & P Photography will be at the event to cover it for WBAN!

Holm Prepares for her Toughest Battle!
ember 13, 2005
 ©Photos by Mary Ann Owen/
MPEGS by Butch Gottlieb

(SEPT 13) Today in Albuquerque, New Mexico,  Holly Holm prepares for her toughest battle when she takes on veteran Christy Martin, for her upcoming bout on September 16th card. Mary Ann Owen and Butch Gottlieb met up with Holm in the gym. They are covering this event for WBAN.  ©Photos by Mary Ann Owen, and MPEGS by Butch Gottlieb.

A Ring of Their Own Announces "World Title Wave"
September 13, 2005
©Photo by Tony Duffy

(SEPT 13) Rock & Sock Productions, KO Promotions, and Independent Jewelers will promote their second “A Ring of Their Own” event in Edmonton, Alberta, billed as “World Title Wave.” This fight card is scheduled for Friday, November 18, at the Shaw Conference Center and is available live on pay-per-view in Canada and world-wide via ...Full Story

  Martin Readies to fight  Holm!
ember 13, 2005
 ©Photos by Mary Ann Owen/
MPEGS by Butch Gottlieb

(SEPT 13) Yesterday, at the Cancellaria Gym, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Christy "The Coal Miner's Daughter" Martin was training to prepare for her big fight with Holly Holm set for September 16th card, and promoted by Fresquez Productions, Inc. Mary Ann Owen and Butch Gottlieb went to the gym to meet up with Martin!  While Owen and Gottlieb were at the gym, the local TV station interviewed her at the gym.  More

  Cofer Defeats McNamara
by Decision

September 12, 2005

(SEPT 12) On Saturday, September 10th, at the Casino Aztar, in Evansville, Indiana, Kelli Cofer, 127.4,  of Ohio, won a six-round unanimous decision over Angel McNamara, 130.4. Final judges scores were 59-55, 59-55, and 58-56. The contract weight was for 130 lbs, plus or minus one pound.
Originally Kristy Follmar was supposed to fight on this card, but WBAN was told that they could not find an opponent for her.  WBAN spoke to Cofer today...Full Story

Round by Round Report: Halmich vs. Rosa...
By Peter Geudens of Belgium
September 12, 2005

(SEPT 12) On September 10, in Karlsruhe, Germany, Regina Hamich won a 10-round split decision over Spain's Maria Jesus Rosa.  WBAN received a round by round report: In Round one, Maria Jesus Rosa doesn’t waste much time and immediately launches..Full report

Lucia Rijker: "Of Course I'm Fighting Again..
By Bernie McCoy
September 11, 2005

(SEPT 11) "Of course I'm going to fight again and that fight is going to happen." The speaker was Lucia Rijker and that was her emphatic answer to my question about her future in the ring, during a ..Full Story

Halmich Wins by Split
September 11, 2005

(SEPT 11) Last night in Karlsruhe, Germany, Regina Hamich won a 10-round split decision over Spain's Maria Jesus Rosa. WBAN was told that it was an excellent bout, but that the decision was controversial. Also,  Alesia Graf won by KO3 over Liliana Martinez; and Ina Menzer won a ten-round decision over Damaris Muthoni Mwgani Full Details

Two women bouts in Debrecen, Hungary
By JollyDee

September 10, 2005

(SEPT 10) Tonight at the Fönix Sport Center, in Debrecen, Hungary, in the co-main-event on the card, the "Hungarian Boxprincess" Dr. Bettina Csabi, 116.5, won a 10-round unanimous decision and retained her WIBF-GBU Bantamweight title when she defeated Kenyan Zarrika Fatuma, 118. Csabi outpointed Fatuma throughout the bout.  This fight was not remarkable or  spectacular, because Fatuma committed fouls throughout the match! Final scoring was: Imre Nagy (HUN) 98:93, Venciclav Nikolov (BUL) 98:92, Ernst Salzgeber (AUT) 99:94. Full Story

  Daniella Smith added to WBAN!
September 10, 2005

(SEPT 10) WBAN has just added Daniella Smith to the boxers profiles.  Smith was born in the far North of the New Zealand's North Island in 1972. She played basketball through school and was picked for representative teams in High School.  In 1998,  Daniella decided to give boxing a try as a form of cross-training.  To Read more on Smith

  Is Anyone Else Tired of This?
by Lori Steinhorst
September 9, 2005

(SEPT 9) Is anyone else tired of the same old line put out by RPM Boxing? Laila Ali afraid to fight Ann Wolfe? I think not. In fact, on the time I have spent with Ali, with her prior to and after several fights....never once have I seen an indication that she fears anything. Full Story

  Two Women's Bouts don Hungary card
September 8, 2005

(SEP 8) At the Fönix Sport Center, in Debrecen, Hungary, on September 10, Dr. Bettina Csabi of Hungary, will be fighting Zarrika Fatuma, where she will be defending her WIBF-GBU bantamweight world title in a co-main event. Also on the card will be Viktoria Milo vs. Beatrix Farago.

Clampitt Hoping to Help With Hurricane Victims Despite Ebay Problem!
Press Release
September 6, 2005

NARRAGANSETT, RI -- Newly crowned IWBF world lightweight champion Jaime "The Hurricane" Clampitt is trying to do her part in helping with relief efforts for the victims of Hurricane Katrina, however eBay is making things hard on her. Jaime listed the boxing trunks she wore in her first world championship winning fight on eBay, with 100% of the proceeds of the auction being donated to the American Red Cross to help with Katrina relief. The auction had reached $185 in just two days, however it was abruptly removed by eBay last night.  Full Story

RPM Boxing Responds to Latest Article on Laila Ali
Source: RPM Boxing
September 9, 2005

(Waco, Texas September 6, 2005) – RPM Boxing said today that they noticed in a recent article on WBAN, written by David Avila, "Not Retiring, Just Reloading" that Laila Ali says she “sees two fighters worth fighting out there.” We all know, of course, that one of them is Ann Wolfe. The article says that Laila refuses to fight without the right offer. RPM Boxing finds that very interesting because Ali was offered (by Prize Fight Promotions) the biggest payday ...Full Story

Press Conference in Karlsruhe...
September 9, 2005

(SEPT 6) Yesterday a press conference was held for the upcoming championship bout for September 10th in Karlsruhe, Germany, between Regina Halmich and  Maria Jesus Rosa. Video Tape Link on ZDF Mediathek - in German

Belinszky Retains WIBF-GBU Title
Photos and report by
JollyDee of Hungary

September 5, 2005

(SEPT 5) On September 3rd,  at the Újlak School Gymnasium, Budapest, Hungary, in  the main event, Belinszky "Baby" Krisztina (16-4-2; 9KO's),  successfully defended her WIBF-GBU Minimumweight World title by a unanimous decision over American opponent Stephanie "All action" Dobbs (18-19-2; 10KO's).  The bout was action-packed throughout the 10 round bout. Scoring: Daniel Van de Wiele (BEL) 97-94,  Miklos Döry..Full Story

Laila Ali Not Retiring, Just Reloading
By David A. Avila
September 4, 2005


(SEPT 4) Rumors of Laila Ali’s retirement are greatly exaggerated.  Ali, the daughter of Muhammad Ali and considered by many the best female fighter Pound for Pound, announced several major changes this week. One change not disclosed earlier is an imminent divorce from husband Johnny “Yahya” McClain who managed and promoted her fights with Absoloot Boxing Promotions from 1999 to the present.
“It’s a big change for me,” said Ali (21-0, 18 KOs) by telephone. “He always did everything for me. He always had my back.”  Full Story

  Anyos to fight Acuna for WBC Title
September 4, 2005

(SEPT 4) Rumors of Laila Ali’s retirement are greatly exaggerated. Ali, the daughter of Muhammad Ali and considered by many the best female fighter Pound for Pound, announced several major changes this week. One change not disclosed earlier is an imminent divorce from husband Johnny “Yahya” McClain who managed and promoted her fights with Absoloot Boxing Promotions from 1999 to the present.
“It’s a big change for me,” said Ali...Full Story

  First Lady of Boxing Joins "A Ring of their own"
Source: Press Release
September 3, 2005

(SEPT 3) Rock & Sock Productions, promoters of "A Ring of Their Own" announce famed boxing personality JACKIE KALLEN will be joining the team. Known as the "First Lady of Boxing", Kallen was the inspiration for the Meg Ryan movie "Against The Ropes", is the author of "Hit Me With Your Best Shot" and a cast member of "The Contender". Kallen is also the former commissioner of the International..More

  Rivas TKOs Arévalo in the Sixth
By Ewan Whyte
September 3, 2005

(SEPT 3) “She’s strong and tough, but this time I can stop her,” said Jazmín Rivas at Thursday’s weigh-in for her third meeting with Martha Leticia Arévalo; and last night at the Centro de Espectáculos Modelo de Obregón, Sonora, she did just that, ‘wiping the floor´ with the Jaliscan, according to the only published account, though it wasn’t until the last of the six scheduled rounds — the twentieth the two have fought in the last fourteen months — that the defences of a stubborn opponent finally collapsed. Full Story

Belinszky Retains WIBF-GBU Title
By JollyDee
September 3, 2005

(SEPT 3) Tonight at the Újlak School Gymnasium, Budapest, Hungary, in  the main event, Belinszky "Baby" Krisztina (16-4-2; 9KO's),  successfully defended her WIBF-GBU Minimumweight World title by a unanimous decision overt American opponent Stephanie "All action" Dobbs (18-19-2; 10KO's).  Full Story

Weigh-in in Hungary...
by JollyDee
September 2, 2005

(SEPT 2) The WIBF-GBU minimuweight world champion Hungarian Krisztina Belinszky (15-4-2; 9KO's) who defending her this title tomorrow in Újlak Scool Gymnasium, Budapest, Hungary, weighed today afternoon in ...Copyright photos by www.profibox.com.  More

  Tonight: Rivas vs. Arevalo
September 2, 2005

(SEPT 2) Tonight at the Centro de Espectáculos Modelo, Obregón, in Mexico, Bantamweight Jazmin Rivas, 117.9, 17 years old, will be fighting in a rematch against Martha Leticia Arevalo, 117.9.  The two will be fighting a six rounder on the undercard. The card is promoted by Promociones Box Latino.

  Belinszky Added to WBAN!
September 2, 2005

(SEPT 2) WBAN has just added Krisztina "Baby" Belinszky to the boxers profiles.  Belinkszky was born on October 2,  1979, in Budapest, Hungary. In 1996,  she started boxing and her talent showed early on when the following year she won the bronze medal in ...More on Belinszky

  Rivas Bout is postponed
By Ewan Whyte
September 1, 2005

(SEPT 1) Her match with Kwang Ok Kim for the WBC bantamweight title, originally scheduled for the 20th September in South Korea, may have been postponed until October, but Jazmín Rivas is determined to keep busy. On Friday, the teenager will be stepping into the ring at the Centro de Espectáculos Modelo de Obregón..Full Story

  Dobbs arrives in Budapest for upcoming Title bout September 1, 2005
Source: JollyDee


(SEPT 1) This afternoon, Stephanie "All Action" Dobbs and team arrived in Budapest, Hungary for her WIBF-GBU title bout against Krisztina Belinszky that will take place on September 3rd, against Krisztina Belinszky. Source: Jollydee

  Ledezma to fight Abel
September 1, 2005

(SEPT 1) On September 23, 2005, at the La Villita Plaza, in San Antonio, Texas, Junior Bantamweight Bianca Ledezma, 0-0-1 (0KO), of San Antonio, will be fighting Gina Abel, 0-9-1 (0KO).  The two will be fighting a four-rounder on the undercard.  The weight class is unknown at this time. Source /Photo: Esteban Erik Stipnieks

  Update: WBAN's September 2005 Rankings...
September 1, 2005

(SEPT 1) Dee Williams has just posted the latest WBAN September 2005 rankings.  This system is based on Dee's computerized rankings.  To check out the latest rankings, Go Here! To learn more about Dee's Rankings,  Go Here.  WBAN considers these ratings the most accurate in the sport today.



























































































































































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