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Delia Gonzalez (USA)
Regina Halmich (Germany)

10 rounds, WIBF Junior Flyweight title

Sartory Sääle, Köln, Germany
 May 13, 2000
fight report for Women's Boxing Page
by Jon Fox


(My scoring in brackets)

Round 1

Halmich was much the busier fighter in this opening round and appeared to be landing more to the body than in some of her recent fights (e.g. against Jill Matthews). (9 - 10)

Round 2

Gonzalez got her jab going in this round. She was much more effective than in round 1 and landed a good left hook to Regina's jaw. Halmich came back with 2 solid shots to the head but Gonzalez hooked her again to good effect. (10 - 9)

Round 3

Both women landed hard punches in this round but Halmich was more effective to the body as well as the head. But she went back her corner slightly marked under her right eye.(9 - 10)

Round 4

Halmich was again the busier and landed more. But she was being hit harder and more often than for some time and she was caught with a great one-two to the head right on the bell. She appeared to have let up on the body punching in this round. (9 - 10)

Round 5

Again Halmich was the more accurate. Delia's punches were a bit wild and tending to miss. There was once more some attention to the body by the champion but Gonzalez was taking it well. (9 - 10)

Round 6

Regina hammered in two fierce rights into Delia's ribs but Gonzalez landed a couple of power punches to the head and suddenly Halmich was in trouble. She was forced to hang on. Then the challenger didn't manage to follow up as the champion backpedalled a bit desperately. (10 - 9)

Round 7

Suddenly Halmich was being hit! Gonzalez landed at least 4 really good shots to the head, leaving the champion looking disarrayed and not a little concerned. (10 - 9)

Round 8

The fight was developing into a war. And when was Halmich last involved in one of those? Delia was now throwing the heavier punches and they were rocking the champion. Gonzalez went back to her corner bleeding from a cut above her left eye. However, this wasn't a wound of Heike Noller proportions and posed no stoppage threat. (10 - 9)

Round 9

Regina came forward firing but Gonzalez constantly backed her up with hard shots to the head. Halmich was not used to this sort of thing. (10 - 9)

Round 10

Halmich was on the retreat throughout most of the final round and Gonzalez landed the greater number of punches and the heavier punches. (10 - 9)

So I gave the fight to Gonzalez by 96-94.

But the judges scored it 96-96, 98-95 and 96-94 in favour of Halmich. However, at least it will be noted that one judge scored it a draw. So the inevitable unanimous decision was avoided on this occasion and the champion had to settle for a majority decision. Halmich improved to 32-1 while Gonzalez fell to 10-5-3

Many thanks to Jon for sending me this great ringside report ... Dee  

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Page last updated: Friday, May 28, 2004


Fight Report by Jon Fox



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