||August 31, 2001
Renee Richardt-Douglas, 124, won a six-round majority decision
against Angie Bordelon, 123, in a featherweight division.
In a One news source reported the following, "spirited, punch-throwing, six-round featherweight women's fight, Angie Bordelon of Harahan
came up on the short end of an unpopular split decision defeat to Rene Richardt of St. Louis."
Flaherty vs. Gonzalez
August 31, 2001 - Baltimore, Maryland
For the second straight weekend, Terry Nye and female fighters from
Lancaster Pennsylvania's Nye's Boxing Gym experienced the thrills of victory!
Jessica Flaharty, 114 lbs., advanced her professional record of 3-3-1, after defeating
Yolanda Gonzalez,114 lbs., from Newark, NJ in a four-round unanimous decision. The
fight was televised on ESPN2's "Friday Night Fights" By Christine
Skiles-Jones (Nye's P.R.)
August 26, 2001 - Del Mar
Thoroughbred Club, Del Mar, California
Michelle Vidales, 135, of San Diego,
California won a four-round split decision against Sasadea Razo of
L.A. Vidales moved her record to 4-3 (3KO). Razo is now 0-2-0.
August 25, 2001 Pepsi Roadhouse,Burgettstown, Pennsylvania
Martina Carter TKO2 Leona Tanner of Weirton, West
Virginia, in a middleweight bout. Carter was making her pro
debut. Tanner fell to 0-2.
August 25, 2001- Oldenburg, Germany
Last night in Oldenburg,
Germany, Heidi Hartmann fought Southpaw Iordana Tone of
Romania for the European WIBF Super- welterweight title. Hartmann won by a
TKO in the fourth round after Tone's corner threw in the towel
simultaneously with the referee breaking in to stop the fight. In this
matchup, Tone gave away both reach and boxing ability. Hartmann’s
background includes competing in contact sports since 1998, and has an
extensive kickboxing background and record.Hartmann is now
2-0-1 (2 KO's). Also on the card, there were
two women’s boxing exhibitions. First there was Sabrine Spruth,
Oldenburg, vs. Christine Brosinski, Karlsruhe in a three-round
featherweight bout. Brosinski won on points; Debbie Lohmaier,
Oldenburg, vs. Maja Müller, Karlsruhe,, fought in a three-round
Junior Flyweight bout. Lohmaier won on points. According to WBAN’s
European Inside reporter, Lohmeier reminded him of "Kim
Messer" who has the style to take the fight to her opponent. Müller
had taken two eight counts, and Lohmaier had taken one standing eight
count; Lastly, Bantamweights Daniella Graff, Karlsruhe vs. Laura
Gheorghita of Romania, who fought to a four-round draw. Graf
is 1-1-1 (unverified).
August 25, 2001 -
Coeur d'Alene , Worley, Idaho...Dakota Stone
of Aberdeen, Washington won a six-round unanimous decision over Karen
Bill, Lawton, Oklahoma, in a super- middleweight. Stone improved her
record to 5-1-1 (0KO), and Bill fell to 3-9-0 (2KO).
August 25, 2001 Flamingo Hotel, Laughlin,
four-rounder Junior Bantamweight, Mandy LaPoint, 115, Las Vegas, and
Marilyn Salcido, 114, Rialto, California . fought to a draw.
Salcido is now 4-2-2 (1KO). Lapoint is 0-1-1. The fight was a good
competitive bout. LaPoint expressed that she felt that she had won the
August 25, 2001 at Nye's Gym in Lancaster,
PA, Amateur Tournament
In front of a packed house, four out of five local fighters won their bouts. Nye's Gym held the
3rd in a 4 show tournament. Fighter's from Terry Nye's gym had an action packed
successful evening. Brian Ohnmeiss 194 lbs. won his bout in the 3rd round by TKO against Joe
Robinson 194 lbs., from Tony Bersani's gym. Eddie Sanchez 144 lbs clobbered Chad Timley 147 lbs., from
Elsmerer's boxing gym, by TKO. Timley was unable to start the 3rd round at the sound of the
bell. Christine Skiles-Jones, 138 lbs., Nye's only female fighter entered in the
show, won a three-round decision against Linda Guedalia, 140 lbs., from Durham,
North Carolina; Scott Meehan 226 lbs., KO his opponent, Larry Robinson 229 lbs., fighting
for Tony Bersani's Gym. Jon Gaddis 150 lbs., lost a hard fought battle to Keenen Collins 148 lbs.,
from Kings Gym. A trophy was awarded to Christine Skiles- Jones for "Outstanding Fighter of
the Night". Congratulations to all these excellent Lancaster boxers!
August 24, 2001 - Televised on ESPN2,
Mountaineer Resort, Chester, West Virginia
Sherry Huchber, 149.2, 5'8", 34 years old, from Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania won a four-round unanimous decision against Amy "Red
Dog" Burton, 148.4, 5'3", 30 year old, from Syracuse, New
York. The women put on a good performance, with Burton, getting
knockdown in the last thirty seconds of the third round. Burton took
an eight count but did not seem too fazed from the knockdown. Huchber, who
has 17 amateur fights, 11 kickboxing fights, and came in with one pro fight
on her belt. All three judges scored the fight 39-36. Huchber now moves her record to
2-0-0 (1KO). Burton fell to 4-2-1.
August 24, 2001, Orleans Hotel/Casino, Las
Women's 4-rounder featuring two Las Vegans, Raquel Tebo,
118, and Roberta Baldeagle, 118. Rocky won a four-round unanimous decision, who according to Carol Ann
Weber, dominated every round with her left jab, which kept Baldeagle at bay, landing some head shots with her powerful right hook.
There were no knockdowns. Final scoring was 40-36 for all three
judges. Tebo improved her record to 2-1-1, while Baldeagle
dropped to 0-3.
August 24, 2001, at the
Worthington Hotel - Ft. Worth, Texas
Patricia Acosta from Allen, Texas, won a decision over Linda
Smith-Yauger in a 129-lb division. Acosta's record moved to 2-0-1
August 23, 2001 at Aerial Theater in
Houston, Texas -
Lelana Ellis of Houston defeated Lana Alexander of Nashville,
Tennessee by unanimous decision in a four-round bout in a junior
lightweight division. Alexander was making her pro debut. Final
scoring was 39-37, 40-36, 40-36. Ellis of Houston
improved her record to 6-0-0 (3KO). Alexander was making her pro
August 23, 2001 - Chili Pepper Nightclub,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Patricia Demick fought Karla Redo for the WIBA
Title. The fight was "Power against Speed."
Demick knocked Karla down in the second round, and she took an eight
count...The fight was declared a split decision, naming
Demick as the new WIBA champion. The belt was placed on Demick, and all
was well....ah...until they retallied the scores! Karla Redo was the
actual winner and was brought back up to receive her belt. Karla was so
excited about winning the fight that she fell to the canvas and cried....
Ryan Wissow who was the representative for the WIBA said, "the first
round was a feel out round, and then Demick dropped Redo in the 2nd round.
What would transpire for the rest of the way was a very close grueling
fight with both fighters landing bombs. When the decision was first
announced, it was announced as a split decision, for Patricia Demick. So I
put the belt around her waist, congratulated Demick and her team, then I
walked out of the ring. Then I saw them call Karla back into the ring,
and they took the belt off of Demick and put it on Redo! The announcer got
the scores wrong. Karla Redo in fact had won the
decision." Sue TL Fox 08/24/01
August 19, 2001- New West Club, Tucson, Arizona
Jessica Mohs, Chandler, Arizona, defeated Christina Avitia of
Tucson, with a four-round
unanimous decision in the featherweight division. Mohs improved her record
to 3-2. Avitia fell to1-2.
August 18, 2001 Las Vegas, Nevada
Jessica Rakoczy of Ontario, Canada won a unanimous decision against
Mikee Stafford, 135, of Los Angeles, California. This was a rematch for the
August 18, 2001 Mohegan Sun Casino,
Liz Mueller, 132.5, won a six-round unanimous decision over 24-year-old
Connie Bechtel, 137.5 of Lancaster, PA.
Judges Melvina Lathan and Frank Lombardi scored it 60-54 while
George Smith had it 60-53, giving Mueller a 10-8 sixth round. TheDay.com
said about thatMueller suffocated Bechtel for long stretches in each round,
staying inside the jab of her taller opponent as she worked to the body and
head with her typical relentless style, and that Bechtel knew what to
expect, but she never found an answer, growing increasingly exasperated as
the fight wore on. Bechtel told TheDay.com "I'm not used to
fighting girls that strong, real tucked in like that,” she said of
Mueller, who fought from a crouched position all night, neutralizing
Bechtel's four-inch height advantage by getting inside to relentlessly
attack the body. “She's a great fighter. She fights like a guy.” Mueller improved her record
to 7-2 (2KO). Bechtel dropped to 0-4-2. (Theday.com reported her
record as 0-4-3. WBAN will research Bechtel's record)
August 18, 2001-Roseland Ballroom-Taunton, MA
Wendy Sprowl, 112, won by a unanimous decision against Deanna Nance,
for the WIBF Americas Flyweight Title in the Main event of the Rich
Cappiello's five-fight card. According to Secondsout.com, they said
"Late in the fight, Sprowl began a punishing attack that prompted Nance
to wince noticeably on several occasions. Both ladies were intent on opening
up the attack in the last round, but it was the cleaner, harder shots by
Sprowl that caught the eyes of the judges. The competitiveness of the
fight was mirrored by the closeness of the official scorecards, as one judge
had it 79-74 while the other two scored it the same way, 77-75."Sprowl
now improves to 5-1 (2KO), while Nance fell to 4-4- (0KO).
August 17, 2001 - Sky City Casino, Acoma,
Mary Ann Almager, 159.5, the IBA Super Middleweight
champion TKO9 Trina Ortegon. Mary Ann Almager retained her IBA title.
According to Chris Crizzone of New Mexico Boxing said that Almager dominated Ortegon
through most rounds landing the harder and more telling blows. Photos and
full report will be on this site.
August 17, 2001 - DePaul University,
Jimi Chartrand, 121, won a four-round majority
decision agains Angie Bordelon, 120. Final scoring was 38-38,
39-37, 39-37. Chantrand improved her record to 3-1-1 (2KO), and
Bordelon dropped to 2-4.
August 13, 2001 at Sainte-Marie-de-la-Mer
Bull Ring, France
Nancy Joseph of Nice, France
won a TKO6 over Mariana Pampuk, of Hungary. Joseph improved her record
to 4-0 (2KO).
August 12, 2001 Elgin, Illinois
Olga Vlasova, of Russia won her pro boxing debut with a TKO3t 1:37 of
the third round over Rima Freeman. Freeman is now 2-2-1.
August 11, 2001 Mendoza, Argentina
Marcela Acuna, of Formosa, Argentina won a six-round unanimous
decision over Yolanda Marrugo, of Colombia.
Final scoring was 60-52,60-57,60-54. Acuna improved her record t o
August 10, 2001 Cartagena, Colombia
Nurys Rincón from Arjona, Colombia won a four-round decision
over Juana Pérez.
August 10, 2001 - Foxwoods Casino, Conn.
Jaime Clampitt,133, won a four-round unanimous decision
against Erica Sugar, 132.5. Clampitt inproved to 6-1 (2
KO's). Sugar fell to 2-1-1 (1KO).
August 4, 2001 in Tacoma, Washington
Killistina Makehele won her pro debut with a four-round unanimous
decision over Jessica LaPointe of Spanaway, Washington. Lapoint
has dropped to 2-2.
August 4, 2001 - Oklahoma City,
Francescha Alcanter of Kansas City TKO1 Kim Raulerson of
August 4, 2001 in Rome, Italy
Sonja De Biase of Italy won stopped Judith Palecianu of
Romania in the first round of a scheduled six-rounder. De Biase is now 3-1
August 3, 2001 - At The Legend's
Lisa Holewyne, 141, TKO5 Cheryl Nance,
137.5 in a scheduled
six-round fight. The fight was to be televised on ESPN2 but was pulled
off that segment off the card prior to the event. August 3, 2001 in Tijuana, México
Elizabeth Sanchez (Bello) won a six-round unanimous decision
over bantamweight Berenice Chavez.
Also, Maribel Zamora won a four-round unanimous
decision over Laura Lima.