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NOVEMBER 2003

November 30, 2003-Tokyo, Japan
Emiko Raika of Japan won a ten-round majority decision over Australian Sharon Anyos, and retained her WIBA Featherweight title. Raiko improved her record to 9-1-1 (4KO), and Anyos is now 6-3-0 (1KO).  Also on the card,  Yumi Yashima of Japan had a 10-round draw with Kazumi Izaka. Yumi and Kazumi were fighting for the  Japan Flyweight Title at 112 lbs.   AND LASTLY,  on the undercard, Toshie Suga, now 2-0-1 (1KO),  had a four-round draw with Rie Fujimoto,  1-0-1 (1KO).

November 29, 2003 - Hyatt Hotel, in Monterey, California, on the "Riot at the Hyatt" card  (Exclusive Photo Gallery on WBAN Members Records Site, Gallery #125) In the semi-Main Event, Flyweights Carina Moreno, 110.5, of Watsonville, California stopped Michelle Gatewood, 107.5,  now 1-2-0 (1KO),  of Spokane, Washington,  57 seconds of the third round. WBAN's correspondent Jesus Sanchez reported, "This bout was all Moreno as Carina gave Michelle no real opportunity to do any damage. Carina's ring movement and combinations were too much for Gatewood. There were no knockdowns but the referee, acting on the advice of the doctor between rounds, stopped this bout 57 seconds into round three. Carina stays undefeated and moves to 3-0 with 2 knockouts." 

November 29, 2003 - Barbados at the Sir Garfield Sobers Sports Complex
Stephaney George, of Guyana, won an unanimous decision over Makana Assoon, of Trinidad in a scheduled four-round Bantamweight bout. Also,  Gwendolyn Oneil, of Guyana, TKO3 Krystal Lessie of Trinidad in a four-round heavyweight bout. 

November 29, 2003 - Avezano, Italy
Sonia De Biase, 48,6kg, successfully defended her European (EBU) title when she won by a TKO2 over  Hungarian GBU champion Judit Palacian, 48,4kg. 

November 28, 2003 - Radisson Hotel, in Sacramento, California, promoted by Don Chargin
Local boxers, Valanna McGee, 134 (4-2), won a unanimous four-round decision over Sosadea Razo, 135 (1-4), of Santa Rosa. McGee was originally supposed to fight against Nicole Beard.

November 28, 2003 - Southport RSL Club, Southport, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia
Lightweights Kina Malpatida, 133 1/4, of Australia, TKO2 Sharon Bischoff, 135 3/4.   

November 28, 2003- Gomez Palacio, Mexico
Jazmin Rivas
won a split decision over Lina Ramirez, Guasave, Mexico, in a scheduled six-round junior featherweight division.

November 25, 2003 - Pepsi Coliseum, Indiana State Fairgrounds, Indiana
Kristy Follmar
, now 9-1, 126 lb., made history in Indiana, when she won the first women's NABC (North American Boxing Council) featherweight title bout held in that State.  Follmar won an unanimous decision over Shelby Walker, now 6-3-1, 126 lbs., in what was reported as a "hard-fought" bout. Both Follmar and Walker reign out of Indiana.  In attendance was Christy "The Coal miner's Daughter" Martin.

November 22, 2003 - Caesars Tahoe, Stateline, Nevada
The current IFBA  Minimumweight Champion Vicious Vaia Zaganas, 14-2, 6 KO's won over Sarah Goodson, 8-14, 2 KO
.

November 22, 2003 - Reliant Park, Houston, Texas
Not televised on Showtime - Promoted by: Don Chargin

Yvonne Chavez, 114 3/4, of New Mexico TKO3 Gracie Olivarez, 113 1/4. 

November 22, 2003 -Cosmic Gym, Marabella, Trinidad- Tobago
Pro debuter Tiana Sosa-Saney, of Trinidad won a four-round unanimous decision over winless Krystal Lessie in a scheduled four-round light-heavyweight bout.  Also, another pro debuter Bantamweights Jamila Jones won a four-round unanimous decision over Makanna Assoon. Both Jones and Assoon are from Trinidad.  

November 22, 2003 - Kings Hall, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Junior Welterweights Agnieszka Rylik, Poland,  now 14-1-0, won a six-round unanimous decision over Borislava Goranova of Bulgaria. According to SundayLife.com, the Rylik fight was the first on the card, with the hall just filling in with boxing fans.  Final judges scoring was 59-56.  

November 21, 2003 - Club Ibiza, Whittier, California
Jacqueline Nava, Tijuana, México, TKO2 Miriam Rosario,  México City, México, in a scheduled four-round junior lightweight division.  Nava  improved her record to 3-1-0 (2KO), and Rosario is now 1-4-0 (0KO).

November 21, 2003 - Los Corporales, in Denver, Colorado Super bantamweight and local boxer from Denver, Elisha Olivas won a four-round unanimous decision over Sher Noah of Ft. Collins, Colorado;  Mercedes Mercury UD4  Martha Orozco; and Evangelina Abeyta TKO1 Amy Hughes.

November 20, 2003,  Hisar - Asian Women's Boxing Championship - Amateurs
According to the Hindu News, four Indian boxers advanced to the semifinals on this date.  In the 50-kg category, Meena Kumari defeated Jan Kumari of Sri Lanka to advance to the medal round. The Sri Lankan struggled to counter the strong punches from the Indian and lost in a Referee Stopped Contest (RSC) verdict India scored a similar RSC win the 48-kg class when Kanak Durga eliminated Chou Hsui Chen of Taipei. In the 57-kg category, Aswathy defeated S Karunarjne of Sri Lanka with another RSC verdict.  The fourth Indian boxer to advance to the semifinal was Asha Rani who battered Sri Lanka's M Susanjhi in the 60-kg class. Two other Indians went out in the quarterfinals in the 70 and 86-kg class.   In the 70-kg class, K Kaur lost to K M Choi Ok while Renu lost to China's Wang Yanan in the 86-kg class.

November 18, 2003, Memorial Coliseum, Corpus Christi, Texas
Ninfa Herrera, had a  four-round majority draw with San Antonio's Terrie Carrillo.  Herrera, the first woman from Corpus Christi to box professional told news sources that she was happy with any decision the judges make.

November 15, 2003 -Trend Event hotel Pyramid,
Vienna, Austria

Bettina Csabi of Hungary won by TKO5 over Rumanian Simone Suciu in a six-round bantamweight bout. Jolly Dee reported, "Dr. Bettina Csabi had a six-round bout against Simone Suciu from Romania. Several boxing fans and experts were worried about Bettina because she has had a bout of pneumonia for a while and she was boxing with her sickness because she did not want to get this match cancelled. Fortunately, her boxing performance showed no doubt because she did a really great job in the ring. Each round was won by her. In addition Bettina won the 4th round with 2 points because the Romanian was warned. In the 5th round Suicu's trainer had to give up the fight, (throw in the towel) since the Romanian boxer's nose had got broken and started to bleed. The official result is TKO in the 5th round."Also in Main Event, Esther Schouten won by close split decision over Alicia "slick" Ashley of USA, and retained her WIBF Super Bantamweight Title. JollyDee of Hungary covered this fight ringside and there is a photo gallery on this event, on the WBAN Records Member site, Gallery #123 Over 80 photos!! 

November 15, 2003 - Boynton beach, Club Ovation, Hollywood, Florida
Pro debuter T.Austin Reed, 134.5, Hollywood, Florida,  won a four-round unanimous decision over Miriam Bazile, in the 135 lb. division.  Reed has been boxing for a year and one-half, and has no amateur experience.  Reed is now 1-0-0.

November 15, 2003 - Greenwood Cultural Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Satchiyo Shibata (The ISKA 108lb Kickboxing Champion) stopped Stephanie Dobbs 1:44 of the 4th Round from an accumulation of punches. There were no knockdowns. 

November 15, 2003 - Frank Cochran Center, Meridian, Mississippi
Pro Debuter Dana Kendrick, Hattiesburg, 1:48 TKO1 over Marla Roberson, Tupelo, Mississippi, also making her pro debut, in a scheduled four-round junior featherweight bout.

November 15, 2003 - Oberfrankenhalle, Bayreuth
In a big upset, Super Flyweight Galina Ivanova, 114¾, of Sofia, Bulgaria, won a ten-round unanimous decision over Daisy Lang 114¾. 
Although Daisy Lang fights out of Germany but she is also Bulgarian, so the title remain in Bulgarian hands.  Final judges scoring, 96-94, 99-91,and 97-93. Ivanova is the new WIBF Super Flyweight champion.  

November 15, 2003 -Centre for Sports and
Entertainment, Brampton, Ontario, Canada

Jo-Anne Brooks, 150,   Winnipeg, Manitoba won a four-round unanimous decision over Leona Richardson, 146,  Mississauga, Ontario, in a scheduled four round junior middleweight bout. Final judges scores were 39-37 on all cards.  WBAN had ringside coverage of this event by Durell Wambolt and on the WBAN Records Member's site there is an photo gallery of this bout- Photo Gallery #124!

November 15, 2003 - Treasure Bay Casino in Biloxi, Mississippi
Pro debuters Tiffany Ibanez,  of Gulfport, Mississippi and Sandra Magee had a draw in a scheduled four-round Junior Lightweight bout.

November 14, 2003 -Quiet Cannon, Montebello, CA
 At the Quiet Cannon in Montebello, California, at the "end of the year" dinner show. Erin Toughill, won a four-round unanimous decision over  pro debuter Kulei Kupihea. The two fought in the 160-lb division. Toughill is now 4-1-1, and Kupihea is 0-1-0. 

November 14, 2003 -Farmer's Market, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Hollie Dunaway
, of Ft. Smith, Arkansas,  TKO4 Kathy Garman.

November 14, 2003 - 610 Arena, Houston, Texas
Heavyweight Monica McGowan TKO1 Lisa McFarland.

November 14, 2003 - A La Carte Event Pavilion,
Tampa, Florida

Welterweight Patricia Demick won a four-round unanimous decision over Cimberly Harris.

November 14, 2003 - Levallois, France
Myriam Lamare of France stopped Laura Stefanescu in the first round for a technical knockout. The two were fighting for a European Lightweight Title.

November 13, 2003 - Glen Burnie, Maryland
Super-featherweight Cindy Serrano, now 2-0-0, stopped her opponent, Kathy Rodriguez, now 0-2-0, in the second round with a technical knockout (TKO).

November 13, 2003 - Fort Cheyenne Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada
In front of sparse crowd, Marischa Sjauw fought a four-rounder against Kelly Whaley. Sjauw won by a unanimous decision.

November 12, 2003 -Ameristar Casino in Kansas City, Missouri
Junior featherweight Mary Ortega, 121,  Kansas City,  won a six-round unanimous decision over Liz Drew, 130, in a rematch for the two.  

November 8, 2003 - Portland, Maine - USA Boxing - Amateur
Lisa Kuronya, 149,  won a three-round unanimous decision over Jayme Dennis, 148,  in an Welterweight amateur bout. Sanctioned by USA Boxing, promoter of event Bobby Russo.

November 7,8, 2003 - Lackland Air Force Base - Air Force Boxing Championships, Texas Amateur
As quoted from AirForce Link: "
The lone female at training camp, Staff Sgt. Charmaine Carrington, from Eglin AFB, defeated San Fernando Boxing Club’s Elizabeth Villareal, 5-0. Carrington, (13-2) entered the bout as the nation’s No. 1 ranked women’s amateur in the 141-pound class. But, she wants to improve when she goes for her second straight armed forces gold.  “I can box a lot smarter and cleaner,” the Hayward, Calif., native said. “(Villareal) fought hard, but I’m a lot better than that. I’ll have to watch the tape.” 

November 8, 2003 - Cricket Arena, in Charlotte, North Carolina
Bonnie Mann,  150, won a four-round decision over Carrie Flock, 153.   According to WBAN's insider the fight was an action-packed bout. 

November 8, 2003 - Seven Feathers Casino,
Canyonville, Oregon

Eliza Olson won a unanimous decision over Lisa Holewyne in the 140-lb junior welterweight division with final scoring of 59-55, 58-56, and 60-55. According to Mike Blair who was ringside, there were a number of good bouts on the card that included the women's bout that he said was "quite good."  Blair reported that Olson moved very well in the ring, and that she is quick. Lisa was looking for that one "big" punch, while she caught Olson with a few, Olson was quick enough to keep the punches from accumulating. Olson was not afraid to fight inside against the taller Holewyne, with Holewyne utilizing her upper cut.

November 7, 2003 - Tuscany Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada - Promoted by Richard Steele Promotions
Khurel Gerelgazav  won a four-round majority decision over Sher Noah. Judges scoring was 39-37, 39-37, and 38-38. 

November 7, 2003 Desert Diamond Casino, Tucson, Arizona, and on ESPN2 "Friday Night Fights"  card
Elena "Baby Doll" Reid
fought to a four-round split draw with Johanna Pena-Alvarez. The final scoring was 39-37 for Reid, 39-37 for Pena, and 38-38 for the two.  WBAN will have a fight photo gallery posted soon on the members site. Dale Hausner 
Photo Gallery #120 on WBAN Member's Site!

November 6, 2003 - HP Pavillion, in San Jose, California, promoted by Silicon Valley Sports & Entertainment (SVS&E) and Golden Boy Promotions
Kelsey "The Road Warrior" Jeffries of Gilroy, California, retained her IFBA World Featherweight belt when she defeated Kelli Cofer of Ohio, with a unanimous decision. Final judges scoring was 98-92, 98-92, and 97-93. According to the Hollister Free lance News, Cofer was taller, giving her the reach advantage, but that Jeffries was the faster of the bout. This was the third successful defense of Jeffries IFBA belt defense.  Jeffries said of the fight, "“I caught her with some good hooks and I could tell she wanted to go down, but she kept holding and I couldn’t get my distance on her."
 Huge Hot Photo Gallery #119 on WBAN Member's Site

November 6, 2003 -Houston Ballroom in Houston, Texas
Michele Nielsen, 133, Houston,  won a four-round majority decision over Janae Romero, 135, Denver, Colorado. Nielsen improved her record to is 8-3-1 (2 KO).  Romero is now 4-4-1 (2 KO). Also on this card, Morgan McCarly, 150.5, Rosenburg, Texas, TKO1 pro debuter Nicole Barnett, 157,  Crossett, Arkansas.

November 6, 2003 - Madrid, Spain
Maria Jesus Rosa won by a 10 round unanimous decision over United States  Terri "Too Tuff" Moss. for the WIBF flyweight belt. According to a local news source, Rosa dominated the bout, and that at times Moss was barely hanging into the match and that in the eighth round Moss came close to "kissing the canvas."  It was reported that Rosa is the first to be crowned a champion of the world in Spain. (This is a report from Spain, and WBAN does not know how accurate it would be coming from the same country as their champion.  

November 6, 2003 - Celebrity Theatre, Phoenix, Arizona
Blanca Luna had a split draw with Jessica Mohs of Arizona at the Celebrity Theatre, in Phoenix, Arizona.  Final judges scoring was 39-37 for Luna, 38-37 for Mohs, and 38-38 draw. Sunshine Fettkether was also supposed to be on tonight's card, but her opponent Fredia Gibbs pulled out after receiving an injury.   Dale Hausner
is covering this event ringside.  Hot Photo Gallery #121 on WBAN Member's Site

November 4, 2003 - Maryland
At the Martins West Ballroom and banquet center, Woodlawn, Maryland, Vaia "Vicious" Zaganas, 104 1/4,  won a six-round unanimous decision over Dee Hamaguchi, 107 lbs.  Final judges scoring was 59-55, 59-55, and  59-56.
 Report by LongJab: For those of you ‘local yokels’ who were disappointed when USA Tuesday Night Fights had discontinued, take heart. A series of Tuesday Night Fight cards just began at Martin’s West this evening before a large enthusiastic crowd within the main ballroom. A six-fight card featured some up and coming local talent as well as some from the region, plus there was a special attraction that really liven up the crowd when two lovely ladies ‘rumbled’ in what seemed to be a nonstop six round bout where the two pugilests went at each other like two Energizer® bunnies who kept going and going. ‘Vicious’ Vaia Zaganas, (104.25) coming all the way from Las Vegas, Nevada and Dee Hamaguchi, (106.25) from New York, the ‘Big Apple’, provided a fast-paced example that the rest of the card participants seemed to follow. In the fourth bout of the evening, Zaganas and Hamaguchi battled for six rounds in what seemed to be a rather heated exchange at times with Zaganas, the defending IFBA Straw weight Champion, winning the decision unanimously by the scores of 59-56, and 59-55 in two judges’ views. Both ladies came to fight and fight they did. They each won a great deal of respect from the audience. Hamaguchi showed great heart in a losing effort. Zaganas will be fighting here in future events. With the win, Zaganas advances her record to13-2-0 with 6 wins coming by way of knockout. Hamaguchi, who has fought some pretty tough competition in her first eight fights, drops to 1-5-2.  

November 1, 2003 - Greensboro, North Carolina
Ann Marie Saccurato, of New York,   TKO2  Bonnie Wherry in a scheduled four-rounder.  Cheryl Nance was the promoter of this event.  Saccurato improved her record to 5-0-1 (3KO), and Wherry is now 3-5-0 (2 KO).  site

November 1, 2003 - Georgetown, Guyana
Heavyweights Cheryl Greaves,  Guyana,  won a four-round unanimous decision over Krystal Lessie, Trinidad. Also, Heavyweight Geraldine Cox won a four-round unanimous decision over Pamela London in a rematch.    

 
     
     
     

 

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