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Argentinean junior bantamweight Daniela "La Bonita" Bermúdez was born on July 7 1989 in Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina. She comes from a family of boxers who run the Bermúdez Boxing Club in Villa Gobernador Galvez, Santa Fe.  Three of her five brothers - Rozana, Evelin and Gustavo - are also boxers.

She made her professional debut on 26 March 2010 at Estadio Pedro Estremador in San Carlos de Bariloche, Rio Negro, Argentina. She weighed in at 119 lbs and won a four-round split (39½-38½, 39½-38, 38½-39) decision over Roxana Baron (122 lbs) of Buenos Aires, who fell to 1-1 (1 KO) with the loss.

On April 23 2010 at Club El Ciclon in Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina, Daniela Bermúdez (115¼ lbs) knocked out Maria Terriaza (117 lbs) of Buenos Aires in the second round of a scheduled four.  Terriaza fell to 0-8-1.

On July 17 2010 at Polideportivo Vicente Polimeni, Las Heras, Mendoza, Argentina Daniela Bermúdez (122¼ lbs) fought to a four-round majority draw with Betiana "La Terrible" Vinas (124½ lbs) of Mendoza, Argentina, whose record moved to 2-2-1 with this result.

On September 10 2010 at Polideportivo San Pedro in San Martin, Mendoza, Argentina, Daniela Bermúdez (122¼ lbs) and Betiana Vinas (125¾ lbs) fought to another four-round majority draw in a rematch of their previous fight.

On November 13, 2010 at Club Sportivo America in Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina, Daniela Bermúdez (117¼ lbs) won a four-round unanimous decision over Graciela Inez De Luca (117½ lbs) of Ensenada, Buenos Aires who fell to 0-4.

On February 19 2011 at Salón Municipal in Villa del Dique, Cordoba, Argentina, Daniela Bermúdez (116¼ lbs) won a four-round unanimous (40-38,39½-38½,40-38) decision over Cristina del Valle Pacheco (119 lbs) of Cordoba. Bermúdez worked her jab from the outside against the more experienced Pacheco in the opener but was more willing to trade at close quarters in the second round. Pacheco appeared to be hurt by a clash of heads later in the round after an exchange in which both swung looping punches. A similar exchange in the third persuaded the referee to call a time out while Pacheco recovered. Pacheco tried to take the fight to Bermúdez after this but was unable to match Bermúdez' furious punching rate in the final round. Pacheco, who ended the bout with a huge lump over her left eye from the third round head clash, fell to 5-6-2 (1 KO) with the loss on her home turf.

On April 15 2011 at Club Estudiantes de Bahia Blanca in Bahia Blanca, Buenos Aires, Daniela Bermúdez (116 lbs) lost a ten-round unanimous (94-97,94-97,94-96) decision to Soledad Matthysse (118 lbs) of Rafaela, Trelew, Chubut, Argentina in the first ten-rounder for both boxers. Matthysse improved her record to 8-1-1 (1 KO) with the win.

On August 20, 2011 at Ce.De.M. N° 1 in Caseros, Buenos Aires, Daniela Bermúdez (121 lbs) reversed her previous loss with a hard fought six-round majority (57½-57½,
58½-57½, 58½-57) decision over Soledad Matthysse (122½ lbs) in a rematch of their April bout.  Bermúdez began cautiously, allowing a willing Matthysse to pursue her around the ring in the opener, but was quicker to close with her and trade in the second. The third round saw a lot of close quarters action with Matthysse moving in aggressively but Bermúdez making her power shots count. The fourth was more of the same, with Bermúdez having success as she loaded up on her shots at close quarters. Bermúdez showed she could fight effectively with her back to the ropes in the fifth, and her punching power began to make the difference as she was able to move Matthysse around the ring. The final stanza saw toe to toe action with both landing hard at times but Bermúdez scored the hardest shots of the session to eke out the close decision.

On September 24, 2011 at Polideportivo Posta del Retamo in Junin, Mendoza, Argentina, undefeated junior flyweight Yesica Bopp (5'0", 107 lbs) from Wilde, Buenos Aires won a ten-round unanimous (96-94,97-94,100-90) decision over Daniela Bermúdez (107¾ lbs) defending the WBA Junior Flyweight title. Bermúdez had a significant size advantage and looked more than 3/4 lb heavier than Bopp but Bopp's balance, movement and speed kept her out of any serious danger in the fight. Bermúdez showed willingness to go forward and mix it up with her more experienced opponent and appeared to have Bopp worried at times, but she did not vary her attack much or wear Bopp down. When the fight got to close quarters, Bopp displayed hand speed and infighting skills that often led to warnings to Bermúdez for holding. Bermúdez fell to 5-2-2 (1 KO) with a loss that was much less one-sided than the lone 100-90 score suggested while Bopp advanced to 17-0 (7 KO's).

On November 19 2011 at Club Independiente in Villa del Totoral, Cordoba, Argentina, Daniela Bermúdez (116½ lbs) returned to bantamweight to win a six-round unanimous (60-56½,60-54,60-53½) decision over Norma Diaz Caucota (116½ lbs) of Formosa, Argentina who fell to 0-12 with the loss.  Bermúdez used her height and speed advantages to control the action throughout a match in which she was never in any difficulty.

On January 14 2012 at Polideportivo Municipal in Monte Hermoso, Buenos Aires, Daniela Bermúdez (111¼ lbs) TKO'd Marta Soledad Juncos (112½ lbs) of Santa Rosa de Río Primero, Cordoba, Argentina, at 0:45 in the second round of a scheduled six. Bermúdez mixed up her punches from the start of this fight, alternating attacks to her opponent's head and body. Juncos was stunned in a corner by a barrage of lefts and rights to her head at the end of the first round. Bermúdez kept up the two-fisted pressure in the second and the referee called the fight to save the clearly outgunned Juncos from unnecessary punishment. Juncos fell to 4-5-2 (0 KO's) with the loss.

On March 31, 2012 at Club Atlético Talleres in her home town of Villa Gobernador Galvez, Santa Fe, Daniela Bermúdez (116 lbs) won the interim WBA Bantamweight title with a hard fought ten-round majority (96-94, 96-95, 95-95) decision over Mayerlin Rivas (5'5", 117¼ lbs) of Maracaibo, Venezuela.  After spending most of the first round boxing cautiously, Bermúdez opened up with both fists near the end of the session to drive Rivas into a corner and liven up her home crowd. Bermúdez continued to press the action in the second but Rivas showed enough movement and defensive skills to stay out of trouble. Rivas showed quickness and agility keeping herself out of punching range while she looked for counter punching opportunities. Rivas frustrated Bermúdez by keeping the fight mostly at long range in the middle rounds and she proved to be tricky and agile when backed against the ropes, to limit Bermúdez's two-fisted clubbing flurries. In the later rounds Rivas showed good composure against Bermúdez's fierce (but often inaccurate) attack and was able to give enough back to keep it close on the scorecards although Bermúdez had landed the fight's hardest shots. Rivas dropped to 7-2-1 (6 KO's) with the loss.

On May 12 2012 at Club America in General Piran, Buenos Aires, Daniela Bermúdez (115¾ lbs) won a ten-round unanimous (99-91,97-94,96-94) decision over Judith Rodriguez (5′1½", 116 lbs) of Mexico City defending the interim WBA Junior Bantamweight title.  Rodriguez fell to 6-3 (4 KO's) with the loss.

On August 24 2012 at Club Sportivo America in Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina, Daniela Bermúdez TKO'd Olga Julio of Barranquilla, Colombia in the second round of a scheduled ten-rounder defending the interim WBA Junior Bantamweight title.  Julio came out looking to box and dodge Bermúdez's early shots but carried her gloves low and was soon in trouble as she was unable to avoid several  hard overhand rights from Bermúdez. Bermúdez ramped up the pressure in the second round and beat a defenseless Julio to her knees against the corner ropes, causing the referee to wave off the bout. Julio fell to 14-13-1 (9 KO's).

On December 22 2012 at Club Sportivo America, Rosario, Santa Fe, Daniela Bermúdez (118¾ lbs) won a six-round unanimous (60-52½, 60-54, 60-54½) decision over Anahi Yolanda Salles (122 lbs) of Carmen de Patagones, Buenos Aires. Bermúdez went full tilt early in the fight and overpowered Salles against the ropes in the opener using a good mix of head and body attack. Salles kept up a good work rate despite a relentless barrage from Bermúdez in the second and was able to survive and keep throwing something back all the way to the end of a one-sided affair. Salles ended the fight with a badly bruised right cheek but she was still on her her feet as her record fell to 3-11-2 (3 KO's).

On February 8 2013 at Club El Ciclon in Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina, Daniela Bermúdez (113 lbs) won a ten round unanimous (99-89,99-89,100-88) decision over Romina Alcantra (112½ lbs) of Cordoba, Argentina defending the interim WBA Junior Bantamweight title. Alcantra tried to go forward to mix it up with Bermúdez from the start but she lacked the punching power to prevail in toe to toe action and was frequently overpowered. Alcantra stumbled to the canvas at the end of a heavy barrage against the ropes in the second and was dropped to her knees by a clubbing right to the head at the end of the fifth.  Alcantra also slipped to the canvas near the start of the sixth and was often reeling under the barrage from Bermúdez but Bermúdez could not put her away. Some of the power appeared to go out of Bermúdez's punches as she tired in the late rounds so Alcantra was able to last the full ten despite the lop-sided action. Alcantra fell to 6-4-1 (0 KO's).

On April 12 2013 at Centro Cosmopolita Unión y Progreso in Roldán, Santa Fe, Argentina, Daniela Bermúdez (115 lbs) defended the interim WBA Junior Bantamweight title with a ten-round unanimous decision over Guadalupe Martinez (114¾ lbs) of Tlalnepantla, México.

On May 31 2013 at Gimnasio Pedro Estremador in San Carlos de Bariloche, Rio Negro, Argentina, Daniela Bermúdez (117½ lbs) won by a TKO in the first round over Neisi Torres (118 lbs) of Barranquilla, Colombia for the vacant WBO Bantamweight title.  Torres was rocked by several shots to the head in the first round and the fight was stopped when she turned her back to Bermúdez and walked away from her along the ropes after taking punishment in a corner. Torres fell to 8-1-1 (5 KO's).

On September 13 2013 at GAP Disco in Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Daniela Bermúdez (115 lbs) defended the interim WBA Junior Bantamweight title with a ten-round unanimous (100-91,100-90,100-90) decision over Judith Rodriguez (114¾ lbs) of Mexico City in a rematch of their May 2012 bout. The boxers mixed it up to the head and body from the start but it was soon clear that Bermúdez's edge in punching power and aggressiveness would be the difference in the fight.  Both scored with full force shots but it was Rodriguez who was backed up more often and forced to fight with her back against the ropes.  Bermúdez threw a lot of leather that missed its mark but her confidence grew as the fight went on without Rodriguez finding a way to change the dynamics of the fight.  Rodriguez fell to 6-5 (4 KO's) with the loss.

On January 4, 2014 at Piso de los Deportes in Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Daniela Bermúdez (114 lbs) scored an eighth-round TKO over Linda Laura Lecca (114¾ lbs) of Lima Peru for the vacant WBO Junior Bantamweight title. The fight took a different course than  some of Bermúdez's other outings because Lecca demonstrated an ability to counter Bermúdez's forward rushes with sharp, accurate counters as well as the ability to brawl with her at close quarters on more even terms than her previous opponents. Bermúdez was forced to box more carefully and be more wary of what was coming back her way despite her size advantage over her Peruvian opponent. Some of the toe to toe exchanges ended with Bermúdez backing up as Lecca did her share of dishing out punishment.  The fight took a bizarre turn at the end of the fifth round when the referee went to Leccas's corner and began pointing to the sequins on Lecca's top.  Several minutes elapsed and Lecca looked upset as it became clear that the referee was insisting that she remove the sequined top and replace it with something less likely to cause injury.  Lecca stated after the fight that she was humiliated by being required to disrobe and that cooling down during the long delay impaired her performance in the following rounds. Bermúdez had waited for the same time in a neutral corner while Lecca's top was changed but she seemed unaffected by the delay (and may have been rested by it). The sixth round ended with Lecca taking punishment against the ropes. Bermúdez poured on the pressure in the seventh with Lecca unable to slow her down with counter shots.  The seventh ended with Lecca eating leather against the ropes and throwing desperately to keep Bermúdez off of her.  A fired-up Bermúdez had Lecca reeling in the eighth when the Peruvian corner threw in a towel to end the fight. Lecca fell to 8-2-1 (3 KO's) with the loss while Bermúdez improved to 16-2-2 (5 KO's).

Bermúdez had now won 11 straight and won three different titles since her loss to Yesica Bopp, who will be her next opponent in a rematch in April 2014.

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