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October 27, 2001 -Kolobrzeg
Aga Rylik TKO4 Kada Omerovic failed to come out for the fourth round. The fight was a scheduled WIBF Jr. Welterweight championship bout. Rylik improved her record to 9-0 (8KO).  Omerovic's record is unverified at this time. Logged on records site 

October 27, 2001 - in Arena Mexico, Mexico Delia Lopez defeated Guadalupe Villa by unanimous decision in a six rounds bout.  Logged on records site 

October 26, 2001 - Cleveland, Ohio 
Kelli Cofer, 125,  TKO3 Willicia Moorehead, 135, 5'10" of Milwaukee. Moorehead was a last-minute opponent.  In the first round, both boxers felt each other out. In the second round, Cofer knocked her down with some good solid hooks. In the third round, the fight was stopped. Cofer told WBAN, " I looked her(Moorehead) up on the internet and her record is weak but also it is disputed if she is the same girl fighting each bout. Almost as if there are different girls fighting under her name."  Cofer improved her record to 4-0-0 (3KO). and Moorehead dropped to 2-8.  Logged on records site 

October 26, 2001 - Gulfport, Mississippi
Vickie Woods, 150, Chattanooga, Tennessee, had a draw with Jeanne Martinez, 150, of Slidell, Louisiana.  Report by Larry Haik:
  I had the pleasure of working the corner for Vickie Woods. Vickie has fought some of the toughest women out there and always brings a fight. For not sparring prior to this bout, not having a fight for about a year, in addition to taking the fight on short notice, she put on a fantastic performance. I have nothing but respect for Vickie. Arriving alone to fight a home town favorite, with a cornerman she has been in the opponents' corner too three times in the past---IT TOOK COURAGE! The bright side of this is that she was not dealt a loss but a draw. Vickie knocked Jeanne Martinez down in the first round, where Martinez received a ten count, and saved by the bell. Woods also had her in trouble in the second round (in the corner - defenseless) again saved by the bell. Woods backed Jeanne up the entire fight and followed directions well. Jeanne had two other times that landed her on the canvas but were not called knockdowns and were slips. Final scoring was 59-57 Woods, 57-56 Martinez, and 57-57 for a draw. Congratulations on your victory Vickie Woods! From LA-41 Boxing Gym's, Southern Prizefighter Boxing Team. Coach, Larry Haik (Haik has been Martinez’ trainer in the past). Martinez is now 13-5-3 (4KO), and Woods is now 10-10-2 (6KO).  Logged on records site 

October 26, 2001- Vancouver BC- Canada 
At the "Brawl in the Fall" in Vancouver, BC Canada, Vaia Zaganas stopped (TKO1) Janet Williams, Fort Smith, Arkansas, 31 seconds in the first round. Zaganas ended the bout with a short jab and an overhand right, that caught Williams by surprise. Zaganas who has a  31-4 amateur record and Canadian National 45-kg champion, is now 2-1-0 (2KO). WBAN has never heard of Janet Williams....Logged on records site 

October 26, 2001 - Austin Texas
At the Frank Erwin Center,  in Austin, Texas, there were two women’s boxing matches that started the evening of boxing action. Lightweight Brenda Bell-Drexel, 133, from San Marcos, won a six-round unanimous decision over Austin's Snodene Blakeney. According to WBAN’s inside reporter, Drexel took the fight to Blakeney, and Blakeney fought "Drexel’s" fight! Blakeney did not take advantage of her reach, and fought on the inside most of the six rounds. There were some headbutts by both fighters, but Drexel clearly won the fight.   Drexel improved her record to 5-11-1, and Blakeney fell to 10-8-0. The second women’s bout that was a flyweight six-rounder, featured Jay Vega, from Austin, and Maribel Zurita, who fights out of San Antonio. Vega won by a unanimous decision, and clearly outpointed her opponent.  Vega improved her record to 5-0 (2 KOs)  and Zurita dropped to 1-1.  Logged on records site 

October 25, 2001-Battle in the Ballroom, Irvine, California
In front of over 1,350 boxing fans, at the Marriott, Mary Touralotte, 150, San Jose, won by a four-round unanimous decision over Tia Greenberg. Touralotte remains undefeated at 2-0, and Greenberg dropped to 1-2. (1KO).  Logged on records site 

October 20, 2001 Seven Feathers Hotel and Casino Resort, Canyonville, Oregon
Sumya Anani, 142 1/2,  got sweet revenge when she avenged her only loss to Britt VanBuskirk, 141.  Anani won by 10-round unanimous  decision, and won the vacant GBU Title belt.  final scoring was 100-90, 100-91, and 100-91.
Logged on records site 

October 20, 2001 Stratosphere, Las Vegas, Nevada
4 rounds, Jr. Bantamweights Roberto Baldeagle goes winless 0-4 as Dawn Reynolds trained by former champion Kevin Kelly fought to a unanimous decision in her pro debut. Baldeagle said that she will continue to fight. Baldeagle went on to say,  "I have a fight coming up in Hawaii and as long as they call me to fight I will keep fighting. It has been that I have had problems in my training,  but I will come around and beat the fighters that have beat me." The first two rounds of a four round fight belonged to Reynolds, and  the last two rounds were closer rounds. Final scoring was
By Franco Floyd Fontanero Logged on records site

October 20, 2001 Auche, Madrid, Spain
Polideportivo Sage 2000

Estibaliz Cano TKO1 Lendka Flakova.  Also, 
Maria Jesus Rosa won a six-round unanimous decision over Nina Ambrosova. Logged on records site

October 19, 2001 - Guadalajara, Mexico
Soraya Paniagua TKO4 Leicia Arevalo. No other information available. Logged on records site

October 19, 2001 - Castel Mella, Trieste, Italy
Stefania Bianchini of Italy won a four-round unanimous decision over Mariana Pampuk of Hungary.    

October 18, 2001- Allentown, Pennsylvania Yolanda Gonzalez of Newark, New Jersey won a four-round decision over Jessica Flaharty in a rematch in a Bantamweight division. Gonzalez improved her record to6-2 (3KO). Flaharty fell to 3-4-1.   Logged on records site

October 17, 2001  Laredo, Texas
Marissa Mejia of Laredo won her pro debut by TKO2 Tonya Apple of Danville, Arkansas at 0:26 in the second round in a Junior Welterweight division. Mejia is now 1-0-0 (1KO), and  Apple fell to 1-2..  
Logged on records site

October 17, 2001 Rosemont, Illinois
Leaticia Robinson of Chicago TKO3 Jeanine Tracy.  Robinson improved her record to 5-0 (4KO), and Tracy dropped to 3-5,. News sources reported that this Tracy was overmatched with the much more experienced Robinson who has an extensive amateur record of 37-1.
Logged on records site

October 15, 2001- Moscow, Russia
Okana Vasilyeva won a six-round unanimous decision over WIBF European Flyweight champion Anastassia Touktalova. This was a rematch for the two, with Vasilyeva winning the second time around.  Vasilyeva improved her record to 2-1-0 (0KO),  and Touktalova fell to 6-5-0.  
Logged on records site

October 13, 2001 Detroit, Michigan
Shirvelle Williams, of Florida TKO2 2:52 Cindy Wachowski in a super-welterweight division.  Logged on records site

October 13, 2001 Budapest, Hungary
Népligeti Sportcsarnok
Agnieszka Rylik of Poland TKO5 Tanja Rotkvik of Germany. Rylik improved her record at moved to 8-0 (7 KOs). Also,  bantamweight Bettina Csabi of Hungary won a four-round decision over Daniela Graff of Germany. Logged on records site

October 13, 2001 Center in Simi Valley, California 
Claudia Valenciana
from Oxnard, California KO2 0:08 Gail Muzzey from Newhall, California in a middleweight matchup.  Valenciana and Muzzey spent the first round feeling each other out, but  in the second round, Valenciana clipped Muzzey right on at the beginning of the second round and it was all over.  Muzzey laid on the canvass for several minutes. Valenciana was making her pro debutt---what a way to begin her professional boxing career! Valenciana is now 1-0-0 (1KO),  and Muzzey fell to 2-1 (2KO). Also Reiko Muruyama of Tokya, Japan won a four-rounder by a unanimous decision against Annalisa Middleton of Oxnard, CA,  in a bantamweight division. Final scoring was 39-37, 39-37, and 40-36.  Muruyama improved her record to 1-1-0 (0KO), and Middleton was making her pro debut. Logged on records site

October 13, 2001  - Caesar's Tahoe, Nevada

Marilyn Salcido, 115, won a four-round unanimous decision over Naoko Kumagai, 115. This was a Cedric Kushner production. Final scoring was 39-37 for all three judges.  Salcido improved her record to 5-2-2 (1KO). Kumagai has dropped to 1-2--0.  Logged on records site

October 13, 2001 - Homewood, Pennsylvania
Connie Bechtel
from Reading, PA  TKO3  1:04 Mecca Bey of Homewood, PA .in a four round bout. Logged on records site

October 12, 2001 – Formosa, Argentina
Marcela Acuna
KO2 Ana Davila Dos Santos "Miura" (la torito) in a featherweight bout.  In Spanish: el 12 de octubre en el estadio centenario de Formosa Marcela "la tigresa" Acuña le gano por KO en dos exitantes rounds a la brasileña ANA DAVILA DOS SANTOS "MIURA"(la torito).Logged on records site

October 12, 2001 - Denmark
Anita Christensen won tonight's fight after the referee stopped the fight 23 seconds into the sixth round. Iliana Boneva showed a lot of courage and heart, but was obviously overmatched. Anita Christensen scored almost at will  throughout the fight, and Iliana was hardly able to lay a glove on her.   The post interview with Anita Christensen revealed, that she busted her right hand in the second round, which could jeopardize her planned title defense against Galina Gumliiska on 9th November. She was taken to the local hospital to have her hand examined. Christensen improved her record to 9-0-0 (6KO).Logged on records site

October 12, 2001, Pala Casino, California
At the Pala Casino, in Pala, California, on Friday, October 12, MEGABOX, Inc. presented "The Brawl in the Fall."
According to news sources, Parker showed up at the fight with no Federal ID, no trunks, no mouthpiece, or any athletic shoes. According to news sources, The Promoter bought her the above mentioned items, and the promoter's wife gave Parker her tennis shoes!!  Vaia Zaganas made it a short night for Parker, as when the first round began, Zaganas immediately began to bob and weave to get inside. Parker appeared to be nervous.  Zaganas threw a three-punch combination (jab, overhand right, and left hook) that sent Parker back. Zaganas continued her attack with a devastating right and short left which stunned Parker.  Referee Jack Reiss called a halt to the fight.  The C.S.A.C. suspended Parker indefinitely until Parker "learns how to fight". It was a very good call on the part of the C.S.A.C.  The fans were disappointed, but Zaganas looked very good in the ring.  Zaganas improved her record to 1-1-0 (1KO), and Parker (according to WBAN records) is now 0-3.  On the Marischa Sjauw vs. Summer DeLeon fight: Sjauw, 147,  won by a six-round majority decision DeLeon, 147.   

October 12, 2001 Bekescsaba, Hungary
Ilona Antal of Romania won by a four-round decision over Barbara Zsanko of Hungary;Katalin Csehi of Hungary won four-round unanimous decision over Reka Pecsi-Huszar of Hungary in a Junior flyweight division;  Judith Palacianu of Romania won a four-round decision against Julia Gyarati of Hungary in the junior flyweight division; and  Simona Lungu  had a draw with Angela Nagy of Hungary.

October 5, 2001 At the Level Nightclub in Miami, Florida, Suni Anderson KO2 Jennifer Billups in 20 seconds of the first round. Both fighters were making their pro debuts and were fighting as heavyweights. Logged on records site

October 5, 2001 -Sky City Casino,  Acoma, New Mexico
Jackie Chavez of Los Lunas, New Mexico TKO3 0:29 Brandy Leon of Prescott, Arizona. Chavez was making her pro debut. Chavez is now 1-0-0 (1KO) and  Leon has dropped to 1-5.
Logged on records site

October 4, 2001 - Del Rio Civic Center, Texas
Last night at the Del Rio Civic Center, and in front of a packed house of 1,000 boxing fans, Patricia Acosta of Allen, Texas, fought "One Round KO fighter"   Victoria "Little T" Lara of Jacksonville in a super featherweight bout. No, Folks, Lara does not KO her opponents.... She gets KO'd or TKO'D in the first round.  According to Del Rio Herald "Acosta was a fan favorite due mainly to her being born in, and still having family in, Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila, Mexico.  Acosta’s 3-0-1 (2KO), bout didn’t last one round.   Fifty-nine seconds into the fight, Acosta dropped Lara 0-4-0 to the canvas with a right to the head. Lara made it back to her feet, but the referee saw Lara was unable to continue and stopped the fight.  After the fight, Acosta motioned to her left and waved at her family that had come out to watch her fight.   Lara was a last minute opponent for Acosta."  Logged on records site



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