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Daisy Lang (Bulgaria)
vs.
Oana Sandor (Romania)

10 rounds, WIBF Junior Bantamweight title

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



Round 1

Both girls struggled to find their range in the first half of this round. Lang found it first and Sandor took four or five really solid jabs to the face, all of which snapped her head back. She went back to her corner with her face already significantly reddened.

Round 2

Lang started cautiously again but, once she'd reminded herself that she was getting nothing hurtful back, she opened up again and the Rumanian was immediately in trouble. She was now throwing nothing back and took a standing 8 count towards the end of the round. It was clear at the conclusion of this count to anyone ringside that she had had enough but the referee required her to continue. Happily the bell sounded and saved her further torment (at least for 60 seconds).

Round 3

The round was not very old before Sandor was trapped in a corner and Lang was scoring at will to head and body. At this point the Rumanian's corner threw in the towel.

Now I know that a lot of the women fighters complain that male referees stop their fights too early but, if continuing has become pointless as well as potentially injurious, I think a fight should be stopped. And in this fight that hapless Sandor hadn't thrown a punch of any description for a whole minute of fighting time before the towel appeared. The referee should have completed his count at the end of Round 2 and the towel should not have been necessary.

 

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