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Regina vs. Johanna Pena Alvarez

Regina Halmich vs. Johanna Peña Alvarez

DM-Arena, Karlsruhe, Germany
 January 17th, 2004
fight report
for Women's Boxing Page
by Ewan Whyte
 

 
 

 

 

Regina Halmich

Johanna Peña Alvarez

Weights :

110¾ lbs

112 lbs

Ages : 

27

20

Born :

Germany

Dominican Republic

Regina Halmich of Karlsruhe, Germany won a convincing 10-round decision over challenger Johanna Peña Alvarez from the Dominican Republic for the WIBF world flyweight title.

Halmich won by a wide margin. Peña seemed intimidated, if not by Halmich, then by the magnitude of the occasion. Normally she´s quick on her feet, she dances, but here she adopted a wide, stiff-legged stance, backing away most of the time and looking only to counter. It was Halmich that was doing all the dancing; at one point, her trainer told her off for wasting energy. Peña's a southpaw; she holds her right high; tonight she moved awkwardly, but ... this wasn't at all her natural style. If this was some new strategy, it was ill-considered. She did hit quite hard, cutting Halmich under the left eye, but never really cut loose until the last round, by which time she was too tired to make it count. At the end, when she ran out of steam mid-round, you had the feeling that Halmich could have stopped her but hadn't the heart. The crowd were 100% behind Halmich, except at one point, when Peña counter-attacked bravely after taking a few hard punches, and you could hear a loud murmur of appreciation.

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