August 28, 2005 in
Sacramento State Fair, Sacramento, California, promoted by Roy
Super Featherweights Sosadea Razo, 129.5, won by
four-round majority decision over
Crystal Morales, 128. In a another sellout crowd for
Roy Englebrecht Promotions, and a huge success for the California
State Fair, as a capacity crowd of nearly 3,500 fans filled the Cal
Expo Rodeo Arena Sunday night. In a great action fight, Santa Rosa's
Sosadez Razo scored a majority decision win over Oxnard's Cristal
Morales. The two spent all four rounds standing in the center and
August 28, 2005 - Treasure
Garden, in Berlin,
Alena Malinowskaja won a four-round decision over Patrycja
August 27, 2005
– Stone Park, Illinois, promoted by BobbyHitz Lois Theobald, 137, stopped Jasmine Davis, 138, in
the first round by TKO, in a scheduled
August 27, 2005
-Kasha Chamblin vs. Keri Hill
Paragon Casino and Resort,
Marksville, Louisiana WBAN
Record Member's Photo gallery #281 Kasha Chamblin of Louisiana,
defeated pro debuter Keri Hill by a first-round TKO, in
a four-round featherweight bout. Dan McDonald of the Advertiser
reported the following: "For Kasha Chamblin, it was a short night.
Chamblin posted a quick and impressive TKO win here Saturday as part
³Fight Night² professional boxing card at the Paragon Casino¹s Mari
Center. Chamblin, Lafayette¹s "Fighting Marine," pummeled Keri
Hill for most of the 43 seconds of their women¹s featherweight bout
before referee Kenny Licata
brought the mismatch to a halt and kept Chamblin¹s unbeaten record
intact. Chamblin hadn¹t fought since April and had two bouts
canceled prior to Saturday, and she took that frustration out on
Hill, who was making her pro debut in the 126-pound event. Hill had
a reported 8-2 record as an amateur."
Full Fight Report by Dan McDonald
August 27, 2005 in
Chestermore Lake, Alberta, Canada Jelena Mrdjenovich won by TKO4 over LeAnne Villareal.
August 26, 2005 -
Renaissance Worthington Hotel, Fort Worth, Texas Jeannine Garside, 136, now 2-0-0 (0KO), of Windsor, Canada,
won a four-round unanimous decision over Rita Serrano, 135, 3-2-1-0 (1 KO)
. Garside dropped Serrano in the first round, but the fight went the
August 26, 2005 - A La Carte Event Pavilion, Tampa, Florida,
promoted by Starfight Promotions Yvonne Reis, 150, of Fort Lauderdale, won a six-round
majority decision over Cim Harris, 154, of Tampa. The
contracted weight was 154 lbs. Judges Scores cards. 57-57,
58-54, and 58-54. Reis controlled the fight and outlanded Harris
demonstrating better skills. This was a rematch for the two, when
they first fought in, Florida, where Reis won by a four-round
unanimous decision. Also, in a strawweight four-rounder, Valarie
Rix, 104, won a unanimous decision over Camela Parker,.101.
Final judges scores were 40-36, 40-36, and 40-36.
August 26, 2005 in
Santa Fe, Argentina Alejandra Olivares won by TKO2 over Maria del Carmen
2005 - Wolstein Center, in Cleveland, Ohio
Light Heavyweight Elecia Battle, 182, pro debut, won by TKO1 over
Julianne Bergen, 181.5. Promoted by Diane Klampinski.
August 26, 2005 - Rhode Island
Convention Center, Providence, Rhode Island
In a scheduled 10-round IWBF lightweight championship, Jaime
“Hurricane” Clampitt, 134, 5'7" won a fourth round TKO over Shelby
Walker, 134. 5'5". The event was promoted by "CES' Prime Time Fights" show
and presented by Classic Sports & Entertainment & Sports, Inc (CES).
August 26, 2005 - Harrah's Rincon Casino & Resort
Valley Center, California Tricia Turton, 146½, won a four-round unanimous decision over
Martha Deitchman (aka: Martha Orozco), 148. Final judges
scores were 40-36, 40-36, and 40-36.
August 26, 2005 - Radisson Hotel, Sacramento, California WBAN
Record Member's Photo gallery #280 Valanna McGee, 134, won a unanimous six round decision
over Tracy Byrd, 132, in an entertaining bout at the
Radisson Hotel in Sacramento, CA. Tracy went at Valanna the entire
fight and established the pace but Valanna landed the more
meaningful punches. There were no knockdowns. The judges scored the
fight 60-54, 59-55 and 59-55. McGee improves her record to 11-2-1
while Byrd drops to 13-9-1. World champion Jessica Rakoczy was on
hand to support Tracy Byrd. Jesus Sanchez covered this event.
2005 - Westchester County Center, White Plains, New York - (reported by
In her professional debut, Maureen Shea, 128, TKO'd Camille
Casson, 124, in 39 seconds of the opening round. In the featured
women's bout of the evening, Belinda Laracuente, 135, of
Florida, snapped a five fight losing streak with a split decision win over
previously unbeaten, hometown favorite, Ann Marie Saccurato, 138 3/4.
The scorecards read 58-56 and 59-55 for Laracuente, 58-56 for Saccurato.
August 25, 2005 - Marriott
Hotel, Irvine, California, promoted by Roy Englebrecht Promotions
Junior Welterweight Paula Cortez, pro debut, had a majority
draw with Alicia Gonzalez. Final judges scores 39-37, 38-38, and
August 22, 2005 in Santiago
de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic
Junior Welterweight Diana Cruz, 140, pro debut, won by
four-round split decision over Martha Fortuna, 140, pro debut.
August 21, 2005 in Nairobi,
Kenya Conjestina Achieng won by TKO9 over Monica Mwakasanga; and
Zarrika Fatuma won by four-round decision over Ester Phiri, pro
August 20, 2005 in Hermosilla,
Super featherweight Lina Ramirez won by TKO3 over Elizabeth Ruiz.
This bout was scheduled for eight rounds.
August 20, 2005 in Paris,
Junior Welterweight Tawnyah Freeman, 140, won by six-round unanimous decision over Maria
Nava, 140; and Sarah Goodson, 102, won by a four-round unanimous decision
over Amy Holland, 104.
August 20, 2005 - Isle of Capri Casino in
Biloxi, Mississippi, and promoted by Prize Fight Promotions WBAN
Record Member's Photo gallery #279
In the main event, Ann “Brown Sugar” Wolfe, 167, settled the score
when she soundly defeated Valerie “The Wolfe” Mahfood, 165, with a
10-round unanimous decision in what was properly called “The Trilogy”. Ann
Wolfe successfully defended her IBA Light Heavyweight title. This was the
third match for the two, in where Mahfood defeated Wolfe in the first match
by KO. Then in the second bout, Wolfe won by a unanimous decision over
Mahfood. WBAN’s insider said that in the first round, Mahfood pushed
forward, pressing the action, but Wolfe controlled the action with a sharp
jab and strong body shots from both sides. In round two, Wolfe
continued to land strong hooks to the head and body of Mahfood, who
responded with quick flurries that won Valerie the round two on the judge’s
scores. In rounds 3 through 7, Mahfood still moved forward looking to
trade with Wolfe, but Wolfe counterpunched, with stronger ammo, and carried
the rounds on all cards. In round 8, Mahfood landed her best punch of
the fight when she threw a hard right that had Wolfe backing off in the
first time of the fight. Mahfood pushed forward with quick punches, but was
met with a series of combinations from Wolfe, who knocked out the mouthpiece
of Mahfood. This round ended with the two exchanging punches fiercely. Wolfe
won the round on all cards. In round 9, Mahfood’s forward match ended, and
it was Wolfe who was moving forward, landing hard and hurtful punches with
both hands. In round 10, Wolfe threw body and head shots, and had
Mahfood took some heavy shots.
August 20, 2005 - Beijing
Capital Gym, Beijing
The People's Republic of China
Mia “The Knockout” St. John of California, 133, now 42-5-2 (17KO),
won a 10-round unanimous decision over South Carolina’s Donna Biggers,
133, now 14-2-1 (13KO), in a 10-round bout for the IBA continental
lightweight title. Final judges scores were 99-91, 95-94, and 99-91.
Mariem Punchenella Brakache, 148, from Holland, and a native
Moroccan, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Cristy "Code Red"
Nickel, 150. The bout was for the IBA junior middleweight world
championship. Final judges scores were 99-91, 99-91, and 98-92. Mariem told
WBAN that she is ready to call out Christy Martin for the next championship
fight. Mariem said, “I think I heard that you (Christy Martin) could fight
Lucia Rijker from Holland, I am the other girl from Holland marinated in
Morocco and I am ready to put the heat on you Christy Martin.” The
event was promoted by Prize Fight Promotions.
August 20, 2005 in
Oberosterreich, Austria Flora Libet won by KO2 over Iliana Boneva.
August 19, 2005 -
Municipal Auditorium in San Antonio, Texas
In what has been reported as a history first for San Antonio to have
a women's world title bout, Maribel Zurita won a 10-round
unanimous decision over Sachiyo Shibata of Japan, and
became the new WIBA Junior Flyweight World Champion. According
to news sources, Zurita outpunched and outboxed Shibata. Final
judges scores were 99-91, 98-92, and 98-92.
August 19, 2005- At the
Continent, in Columbus, Ohio Ebony Clement Bey, 130, pro debut, won by TKO1 over Alicia Biley,
126, pro debut. Promoted by Terrell Hill.
August 19, 2005 - Borisov,
Belarus Oksana Romanova won by TKO2 over Elena Ziabko.
August 19, 2005 in Baton
Rouge, Louisiana Laura Ramsey won by four round unanimous decision over Yolanda
August 19, 2005 - El Paso,
Texas Krystal Davis won by TKO3 over Vashon Living, pro debut.
August 19, 2005 -
Hanover Marriott, in Whippany, New Jersey, and promoted by KEA
There were two women’s bouts on the undercard. Bantamweight
Noriko Kariya, 119, won a four-rounder by a unanimous decision
over Camille Casson, 116. Also, in another four round bout,
Sharon Gaines, 120, won TKO3 over
Antoinette Weaver, 117. Full Boxing Records
August 19, 2005 -
Brady Theatre, Tulsa, Oklahoma
On the undercard, Stephanie Dobbs stopped Gina Abel by
TKO in the fourth round.
August 13, 2005 -
LJVM Annex in Winston Salem, North Carolina
Ewell v Tristan Jones
WBE Light Heavyweight world champion Carlette “The Truth” Ewell,
now 10-3-0 (7KO), fought newcomer Tristen Jones, who
sported a 0-1-0 record going into the fight. Jones was stopped
in the first round. Chalk up another “world champion” fighting a
boxer they have no business fighting. Carlette needs to face “The
Truth” that this was nothing more than a mismatch. Shame on whoever
made this match. On October 22, 2005, Ewell will be fighting
for a "world title" in the super-middleweight division. Yep…she goes
from fighting a 0-1-0 boxer to fighting for a world title. Wow…WBAN
is impressed. But wait....didn't Ewell fight a 0-1-0 boxer for the
world title? Well according to BoxRec.com, she most certainly
did. Ewell took on Ramon Crim for the World title on April 16, 2005.
Crim's first loss came by.....ah....you guessed it---Ewell.
Crim is now 0-2-0, all by way of Ewell.
In the co-main event, Ljeoma Egbunine of South Africa won by
a seventh round TKO over Alexandria Maloy to win the vacant
WBE Middleweight title. Bonnie Mann, the WBE Middleweight champion,
made her announcement last night that she was retiring from boxing.Alexandra
Malloy v Ijeoma Egbunine part 1Malloy
vs Egbunine Part 2
August 13, 2005 - The
Palace, Auburn Hills, Michigan
Promoted by Kronk Sports
Super Middleweight Angela Simpson won a four-round unanimous
decision over Veronica Rucker. Final judges scores are 39-37,
39-37, and 39-37.
August 13, 2005 -nTurning
Stone Resort/Casino, Verona, New York -Oneida Nation Homelands Elizabeth Mooney, 149, won 1:38 seconds TKO4
over Amy Burton, 158. The bout was a scheduled
four-rounder in the Jr. Middleweight division.Promoted by
August 11, 2005
-Mountaineer Race Track, Chester, West Virginia Leslie Perela, 124, won by four-round unanimous
decision over Ashlyn Johnson, 128, pro debut. Final judges
scores were 36-40, 36-40, and 37-39.
August 9, 2005 - Camp
Pendleton, California WBAN
Record Member's MPEG/Photo gallery #277
In just her second professional bout, Heather Donoho adjusted
just in time to pull out a majority decision victory over
Miranda before more than 7,000 boisterous U.S. Marines. “I still
have a lot to learn,” said Donoho. Donoho, a three-time
U.S. National champion at flyweight, used her superior boxing skills
on the outside to quickly win the first round of the six-round bout.
Then Bronx fighter Miranda took it to the inside and the fight
changed dramatically. Miranda, a southpaw, closed the distance
and kept Donoho within strangling range as she fired left hands and
uppercuts that caught Donoho every time she tried to evade the
inside fight. For two rounds the New York fighter pulled Donoho
close and landed her head-snapping shots. In the fourth,
Donoho figured out the problem and began snapping quick combinations
while bending low ever time Miranda tried to close the distance. A
clash of heads left the San Diego fighter with a cut over her left
eye. “She was a good fighter,” Donoho said. “She has more
professional experience than I do.” Fighting her first ever
bout past four rounds, Donoho increased the tempo of the fight with
sharp combinations that caught Miranda. But the New York fighter
never lether opponent dominate the exchanges as she fired
her own punches at opportune times. After six rounds the judges
scored the fight 57-57, 58-56, 60-54 for Donoho.Report
by David Avila, for Full Story
August 7, 2005 - Pala
Flaminio, in Rimini, Italy, and promoted by Boxe Loreni
In a rematch, Stefania Bianchini, 110 ¼, won the vacant
WBC Flyweight title over Britain’s
Cathy Brown, 110 ¼, in a
10 round bout. Final judges scores were 94-96, 95-96, and 94-96.
August 6, 2005 - Isle
Of Capri Casino, in
Lula, Mississippi, promoted by Prize Fight Promotions Lana Alexander won by a four-round unanimous decision over
Patricia Linton. Final judges
scores were 39-36, 39-36, and 38-37. (No Weights available at this
August 6, 2005 -
Maria Anchorena won by four-round unanimous decision over Joselin Da
August 6, 2005 in
Mexico City, Mexico Esmeralda Moreno won by a four-round unanimous decision over
August 5, 2005 -
in Auditorio Ernesto Rufo, Rosarito, Mexico Esmerelda Vizcarra, pro debut, won by KO1 over Rosa
Willbanks, pro debut.
August 5, 2005 in
Cordoba, Argentina Carolina Marcela Gutierrez Gaite won by KO2 over Graciela
August 2, 2005 -
Union Station, in Kansas City, Missouri
On the undercard, Brenda Rouse,
107.5, 13-4-1, of Bartleville, Oklahoma, fought a six-round
exhibition against Mary Ortega,
110 lbs., of Kansas City. Rouse enters the ring after not
fighting since May of 2000. The card was promoted by Titan