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October 31, 2003 - R.I. Convention Center,
Providence, Rhode Island
Jaime Clampitt
, 138,  won a 10-round unanimous decision over Eliza Olson, 139, of California, and won the vacant IWBF World Junior Welterweight belt. Judges scores 99-94, 99-92 and 96-95. Olson took the fight on a couple of day's notice. In a second bout, Missy Fiorentino, TKO2 1:15 over Talia Smith of Cleveland, Ohio


October 30, 2003 - Coconut Creek Casino, Coconut Creek, Florida
Ada "The Ace" Velez, 118, Hollywood, Florida, moved her record to 14-1-2,  after she had a majority draw (96-94, 95-95, 95-95) with Canadian boxer Lisa "Bad News" Brown,116.5, now  8-0-2. Yvonne Reis did not get to fight due to her opponent, Veronica Simmons canceling out of the fight. According to news sources it was a good and solid fight, but that the two both being counter-punchers had great exchanges that were furious and that the crowd got into the fight when those exchanges took place.  Velez pressed the action and landed the bigger shots, but Brown looked like she outworked Velez at times.

October 30, 2003-Jefferson City, Missouri
Junior lightweight Liz Drew, 131,  of Troy, Missouri TKO1 Amy Thompson, 123, Marion, Indiana, who was making her pro debut. Drew improved her record to 6-4-0 (2KO).  Thompson is 0-1-0 (0KO). 

October 30, 2003 - Marriott Hotel, Irvine, California
In a featured female bout, Featherweight Rhonda Luna, a native of Rowland Heights, won a four-round unanimous decision over Kimberly Reed. Luna was a highly regarded amateur boxer before turning to the pro. When Luna is not boxing, she is an English teacher at a Southern California High School. Luna is now 4-0-0 (1KO).  Reed is 1-9-1 (0KO).


October 29, 2003 -Mountaineer Race Track, Chester, West Virginia
Pro debuters and Junior Lightweights Leslie Perela TKO'd Cara Fielding towards the end of round three. 

October 25, 2003 - Sky Ute Casino, Ignacio, Colorado
In one women's match, Terri Cruz, 123,  won a six-round split decision over Jessica Mohs, 126. Final judges scoring was 59-55, 59-55, 56-58. Cruz improved her record to 9-3-2 (6KO), and Mohs is now 5-12-0 (1KO); and in another women's match, Elisha Olivas, of Denver, Colorado 116.5 won a four-round majority decision over pro debuter Elizabeth Monque, 106.  Final Scoring was 39-37, 39-37, 38-38. Full report with photos is on

October 25, 2003 -San Antonio Airport Convention Center, San Antonio, Texas

Valeria Flores, 118 14,  won a four-round unanimous decision over Carolina Harris, 114 3/4. Both boxers are from San Antonio, Texas.

October 25, 2003 - Sam's Town Casino, Tunica, Mississippi  
"Hotstuff" Hollie Dunaway, 115, Fort Smith, won a four-round unanimous decision over Shannon Birmingham, 120. All judges scores 40-36.  Also, Vaia Zaganas, 104,  TKO2 Nikki Verbeck, 102.

October 25, 2003 - Jarrell's Gym, Atlanta, Georgia

Welterweight Mariem Punchenella Brakache,  145, Atlanta, Georgia, KO'd  Michelle Ewing, 148, of Hickory, North Carolina,  1:15 seconds in the first round.

October 25, 2003 - Szolinok, Hungary|
 At the arena of Szolnok (Hungary) and in front of 3,500 boxing fans with the arena nearly packed, Viktória Miló, 111, of Hungary, retained her WIBF-GBU super-flyweight world champion belt against German challenger, Maya Frenzel, 112 3/4.  At the very beginning Viktoria seemed to be cramped and her opponent had some chance to punch her, but Milo got more precise and succeeded in hitting the German with clear punches that really surprised the challenger. After the first minute of the first round, Viktória started to steady and was gradually increasing her superiority. After the first round she dominated and in the 4th round she almost managed to knock the German out and Frenzel hardly could resist during the remaining 2 minutes of the round.  In the rest of the rounds Frenzel did not try to do anything but keeping clear of getting knocked out.   In the last three rounds Milo's ascendancy was so remarkable that the Hungarian talent stood a good chance to finish the lopsided match. She did manage to win the match before the final bell since the referee stopped the bout because Frenzel was unable to take any more blows. Since Viktória Miló retained her belt she has a big chance to fight the undisputed Regina Halmich of this division. Report and photos by Jolly Dee of Hungary, Ringside!   

October 24, 2003 - Holiday Inn,  Manchester, New Hampshire
On the undercard "Pro Boxing's Back in Manchester" presented by Candia Road Smoke, in a scheduled four-rounder Denise "Mighty" Moses KO2 1:20,  Wanda Satterthwaite.  According to news sources, Satterthwaite was on the canvas four times.  Moses is a senior at Lawrence Height School, MA.  Moses improved her record to 2-0-0 (2KO).  Satterthwaite remains winless with a 0-3-0 record.


October 24, 2003 - Hala Orbit, Wroclaw, Poland
Iwona Guzowska won a ten-round unanimous decision over Monica Petrova of Sofia, Bulgaria for the vacant GBU Featherweight title.  Final judges scoring was 100-89, on all cards.  Guzowska improved her record to 9-1-0 (2KO), and Petrova is now 1-6-0 (0KO). 

October 24, 2003 - Tabernacle, Atlanta, Georgia
A game Trini Guzman (158 lbs.) of San Antonio, Texas, lost her pro debut against a hard-charging hometown favorite Janaya "Jai" Davis (161 lbs.), who notched her third pro win in as many bouts, at this vintage venue in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, this evening. Former national amateur champ Davis took the unanimous decision in this four rounder, scoring 40-36 on all cards. David Oblas and Austin Wingo of Undisputed Productions, LLC, put together this well-received eight-bout card before a capacity crowd. Also in attendance were former national champ Natalie Brown and strawweight pro contender Nina "Tha Bomb" Ahlin. Ringside - Fight Report by Marc Delamater 

October 24, 2003 - Feather Falls Casino, Oroville, California
Super Featherweight Valanna McGee, 127, Sacramento, California, won a six-round unanimous decision over Miriam Rosario, Los Angeles, California, 128. McGee improved her record to 3-2 (0KO), and Rosario is now 1-3-0 (0KO). 

October 24, 2003 - Firenze, Italy
Under Mrs. Rosanna Conti Cavini Boxing Promotion, Sonia
De Biase
defeated by overmatched Gabriela Insperberg, of Hungary,  when the fight was stopped in the fourth round.  

October 24, 2003 - Chicago, Illinois
Amber Gideon
made her pro debut in Chicago last night and won a four-round unanimous decision over Milwaukee's Willicia Moorehead. Before a sellout crowd of 800 boxing fans at the Ramada Hotel and FOX SPORTS NET cameras, Amber Gideon enjoyed the home field advantage with a cheering section of her own. Amber's quick handspeed and in-your-face style was no match for Moorehead. Give credit to Moorehead for coming out with a furious exchange in the fourth stanza, but it wasn't enough to bridge the gap that was created by Moorehead in the first three rounds. Final Scoring 39-37, 40-36, 40-36. Ringside - Fight report by Bob Marovitz 

October 24, 2003 - Copenhagen, Denmark
A card promoted by Team Palle, and telecasted on Pay-Per-View, Denmark's Anita Christensen, 117 3/4, won United States boxer Stephanie Dobbs, 114 3/4, with a six-round unanimous decision in the 114 lbs. division.  There were no knockdowns during the fight.  The final judges scoring was 60-54.  Christensen came into the fight close to four pounds over the weight limit. According the Danish News, they wrote the following,
"I need a knockout win" said Anita Christensen before the fight.  And when one saw the two contestants profile, it sure looked like the girl from Randers (Anita Christensen) who will be 32 years old Wednesday, would get her wish granted. Dobbs normally competes as a Straweight and has a 9-10-2 record, but Dobbs was not defeated as expected." 

October 23, 2003 -Days Inn, Allentown, PA
Rose Morales
, 151, won a four-round split decision over  Monica Nunez, 153.5, of Mexico.  The fight was a toe-to-toe battle that ended in a close decision.  Morales remained the aggressor, and Nunez moved a lot and was a busy puncher.  The two will rematch on December 14th in a six-rounder at the same venue. There were no knockdowns.  Final scoring was 39-37 twice for Morales, and 39-37 for Nunez. Morales remains undefeated with 3-0-0, and Nunez is now 6-1-0 (3KO) .

October 19, 2003 - Willy Jak's Nightclub, Terre Haute, Indiana
Welterweights Tricia Silotta, Terre Haute TKO1 Brandi Jeffreys in a scheduled four-round bout. Silotta is improved her record to 1-2-0 (1KO), and Jeffreys remains winless at 0-3-0.

October 18, 2003 - St. Joseph Civic Arena, St. Joseph, Missouri
Strawweights Holly Shore, 97, St. Joseph, Missouri, won a four-round unanimous decision over Angel Shipps, 106, who was making her pro debut.  Shores is improved her record to 2-0-0 (1KO).

October 18, 2003 Lugner City, Vienna, Austria
Junior featherweight Esther Schouten, Hoorn, Holland, TKO'd Simone Suciu, Romania, in the third round. This was a rematch for th two.  Schouten  improved her record to 13-2-0 (5 KO), and  Suciu is now to 0-4-0 (0KO).

October 17, 2003 -Sharks Australian Rules Football Club,
Southport on the -Gold Coast, Australia
Edith Smith
, 112,  won the Australian Jr. Bantamweight title when she stopped Nicole Cabillo, 112,  in the sixth round. Smith set the pace from the first Bell and kept the pace at the same level, Nicole gave as good as she got for the first two rounds then began to run out of steam coming to a standstill in the sixth. Report by Les Anyos.

October 17, 2003 -Radisson Hotel, Star Plaza,
Merrillville, Indiana
Shelby Walker
of Texas, defeated Renee Douglass of Missouri, with a four-round majority decision. This was Douglass' second fight in the last week, when she fought Kristy Follmar.

October 11, 2003 - Hotel Caribe, Port-au-Prínce, Haiti Featherweights Maribel Santana, of the Dominican Republic, 125, had a four-round draw with  Judith Urbaez, of the Dominican Republic, 127. Santana is now 1-0-1 (1KO), and Urbaez is 2-2-1 (1KO).

October 11, 2003 - Greensboro, North Carolina
Melissa "Honey Girl" Del Valle, 129,  won a six-round majority decision over Kelli Cofer of Ohio. WBAN contacted Del Valle today, and she discussed many problems that happened involving this event and the promoter. WBAN will be posting an interview with Del Valle soon.

October 11, 2003 - Pendleton Convention Center, Pendleton, Oregon
Featherweight Michelle Herron won by a four-round unanimous decision over Stephanie Lopez.  According to WBAN's Insider, Stephanie was game and aggressive, however, Michelle gave her a "boxing lesson."  The two made a great matchup and the crowd enjoyed the fight, and showcased the talents of women's boxing to the eastern Oregon and pacific northwest regions.

October 11, 2003 -Emerald Queen Casino, in Tacoma, Washington 
Valerie "The Wolfe" Mahfood, stopped Carley Pesente, in the fourth round with a TKO.  Photojournalist Mike Blair of Boxing Prospects said the following about the fight, "Carley threw her jab a lot, and she appeared to have the reach advantage, but Mahfood slipped most of them and countered by staying low and landing shots to Carley's body. Mahfood established her position early with the jab, it seemed to keep Pesente off balance and unable to get close. The fight was stopped at 1:33 of the fourth and final round when Mahfood had Pesente against the ropes and was landing some serious blows to the body. Pesente was not happy about the stoppage, and might have been able to continue, though she probably would not have won the decision."  Mahfood moves her record to 14-7-0 (8KO), and Pesente is now 3-7-1 (3KO). 

October 11, 2003 - Grand Casino Coushatta, in Kinder, Louisiana |
Full Story 
World Champions Ann "Brown Sugar" Wolfe won an eight-round unanimous decision over Sunshine Fettkether!  The Sunshine team reported to WBAN that Wolfe came in overweight at 162, Sunshine, under at 152.

October 11, 2003, Palace in Auburn Hills, Michigan
Talia Smith TKO1 Christmas Davis. 

October 11, 2003 - Casino Real, Mexico City, Mexico
Delia Lopez
of Mexico TKO6 Adriana Chamoza.  Lopez is now 6-0-0 (3KO) and Chamoza dropped to 3-8-3

October 11, 2003, Ofen-Stadt-Halle, Velten, Germany
Lightweights Sina Dümer  won a 4-round unanimous decision over Dorota Kosatka, of Poland.   Dumer is now 6-1-0 (1KO), and Kosatka is 1-5-0.

October 10, 2003- Holiday Inn Express,  Janesville, Wisconsin
Terry Blair,  Louisville, Kentucky, won a four-round decision in the lightweight division  over Andrea Nelson, Dodgeville, Wisconsin. Blair is now 4-5-0 (2 KO). Nelson returning to the ring after a long layoff experienced her first loss as a pro and is now 8-1-1 (4KO).

October 10, 2003 - Hudson Campbell Sports Center, in Gary, Indiana, and televised on ESPN2
In an exciting women's boxing fight featuring Kristy "The Fight Rose" Follmar, 126,  vs. Renee Douglas, 127.5, Of St. Louis.  Follmar won the four-rounder by a unanimous decision. 

October 10, 2003- Marseille, France
Myriam Lamare, Marseille, TKO1 Katalin Csehi, Békéscsaba, Hungary. Lamare, an former amateur boxer with an extensive amateur record of 42-2-1 is now 2-0-0 (2KO) as a pro.  Csehi is 4-2-0 (0 KO).

October 10, 2003 -Desert Casino, Tucson, Arizona
Mia St. John
won for a third time over Jessica Mohs of Arizona, with an unanimous decision. Final Scoring was 40-36, 40-36, 39-37. Photo
Gallery #107 on the WBAN Records Member Site.

October 8, 2003 -Palace of Sports in Moscow, Russia
Oksana Vasilyeva, Russia, won an eight-round unanimous decision over Oksana Romanova, Ukraine in a Flyweight title. 

October 7, 2003 - Pechanga Resort, Temecula, California
Mexico's Mariana Juarez, won a unanimous decision over Yvonne Chavez in what was considered one of the best fights on the card! Juarez throwing slick combinations was very impressive to boxing fans this night.

October 4, 2003 - Northern Lights Casino in Anecortes, Washington
Layla McCarter defeated Lisa Holewyne in a 10-round unanimous decision for the GBU World Title belt. McCarter won the decision by 99-91, 99-91, and 100-90 and has now become a two-time world champion.

October 4, 2003 - Bulldog Event Hall in Karlsruhe, Germany
There were three women's bouts on this card that included Anne Fitterer, Karlsruhe, had a four-round draw with Birgit Smitt, Karlsruhe,  52 kg; Tashina Bugar, Karlsruhe, KO1 Alvina Heinz, Stuttgart, 57 kg; and Sabrina Schirmuli, Karlsruhe, KO2 Viola Herzog, Stuttgart, 59 kg. Both KO'd fights were reported as "clean" and real "KO's".

October 3, 2003 -Reliant Pavilion in Houston, Texas
Gracie Olivares, 115 1/4, of Houston won a four-round unanimous decision over Jenny Tokuoaka, 114 1/4. Olivarez improved her record to 5-1-1(1 KO), and Tokuoaka remains winless with a 0-3-0 record.

October 3, 2003, Sandia Casino, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Holly Holm, 142, and Stephanie Jaramillo, 139 1/2, had a six-round draw in a rematch.  [Below video is of the bout]


October 3, 2003 - Laughlin, Nevada 
Shelly Burton, now 2-0-0, 146.5, won by a four-round split decision over Angie Poe, now 0-2-0, 142 lbs. Mary Ann Owens of BILV, who was ringside said that the fight was a real "battle." 

October 2, 2003 - Laughlin, Nevada 
Tonight at the  Palace Indian Gaming Center in Lemoore, California, Jenifer Alcorn TKO1 41seconds,  Franchesca Alcanter. In a second women's match, Claudia Valenciana won a four-round majority decision over Italy's Rita Turissi.  In the third match, Lisa Lewis won a majority decision over Blanca Luna. 



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