Lorri Aguilera, 118 lbs., 36, 53, born September 24, 1966, now retired,
0-1-1, began her pro
boxing career on May 15, 2003. In that first fight,
Aguilera, 118½, had fought to a four-round draw against Kimberly Reed,
then had one more fight, on September 18, 2003, where she suffered
her first loss against Mariana Juarez, 116, that ended in a
four-round unanimous decision for Juarez.
Aguilera told WBAN, I am currently
pursuing a Doctorate degree in Preventive Care at
in California. I am also a trained WellCoach in which I coach people on
wellness issues (weight, fitness, stress management and healthy
lifestyles). I have been a Kickboxing instructor for the past 5 years, and
have been training specifically for boxing for the last year.
Aguilera said, I love the empowering feeling that
I get from this sport and want to show that all women, even those "over
35", can be just as powerful and competitive as the men in this sport.
After reaching a 0-1-1
record as a pro, she did not have any other pro bouts. WBAN has listed
her as retired.[Courtesy photos provided by Lorri Aguilera]