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AUGUST 2006

August 31, 2006 -  All-Women’s card in Lake Tahoe, Nevada  Photo Gallery #382 #383 and more to come!
Elena Reid
, 111 ½, won the WIBA World title over Mary Elizabeth Ortega, 112,  in a barn-burner 10 rounder by unanimous decision. Final judges scores 98-92, 98-92, and 97-93. Jill Emery, 143 ½,  won  by a six-round unanimous decision over Daria Hill, 145. Final judges scores, 59-55, 59-55, and 58-56; Melissa Hernandez, 130,  TKO’d pro debuter Stacey Rogers, 124 ½,  in the third round, after Rogers was taking too many shots, the ref stopped the fight; and Laura Ramsey, 160,  TKO’d Erin Toughill, 158,  in the first round. Apparently Toughill fell through the ropes which WBAN was told were loose. We have also been told that this was actually a KO with Toughill so will have more on this bout as information comes in.  Photo galleries will be posted soon!
Logged in Master Search

August 31, 2006 in Bangkok, Thailand
Siriporn Sor Siriporn won a four-round decision over Bang on Kiatruenpetch, pro debut; Bhatangu Paradom Gym, pro debut, won a four-round decision over Nongmai Sor Siriporn.

August 27, 2006 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic Jennifer Rodriguez, pro debut, won by four-round decision over Maria Rosario.

August 26, 2006 -Santo Andre, Brazil
Duda "The Chameleon" Yankovich [5–0 (5KOs)], the Serbian who lives and fights in Brazil, improved her chances of obtaining a world title fight in the near future when she stopped Gabriela Marcela “La Aventurera" (The Mercenary) Zapata [4–1 (3KOs)] of Argentina in Santo André, Sao Paulo, on Saturday evening. According to Brazilian sources, the fight, which was dominated by Yankovich, was stopped in the second round by referee Denis Sponton on account of the profusion of blood issuing from the nose of the Argentinian.(Sources: Sul Tatame, Na Luta, Ring de Ideas)  By Ewan Whyte  Logged in Master Search

August 26, 2006 -Emperor Garden, in Budapest, Hungary, and promoted by SlimTrax Promotion
Belinszky vs Chubirka
Huge fight Photo Gallery #381, and weigh-in gallery #380  Krisztina Belinszky, 102.5, now 19-4-2 (9KO), won by decision (points) over Marianne Chubirka, 111¼, (Chubirka came in over the weight limit) with one judge László Pete that was scoring the bout--Imre Nagy was the referee for the bout. 
The judge's score was 79-74.   (Judge's name and referee's name listed on boxrec)  Controversy has already began to stir around this bout between Belinszky and Chubirka.  This is not the first time that there has been controversy surrounding fighters coming from other countries, and fighting in Hungary, and specifically fighting Belinszky.  Story by Bobby Dobbs
All Responses story  Logged in Master Search

August 26, 2006 in Acapulco, Mexico
Gabriela Gonzalez
won a six-round decision over Belem Rosadas.

August 26, 2006 -Marriott Hotel, in  Junction City, Kansas Valerie Rix, now 4-0-1, of Sanford, Florida, fought to a six round draw against Chantel Cordova, now 4-0-1, of Pueblo West, Colorado. One judge gave the fight to Rix, another judge for Cordova, and the third judge called it a draw. Logged in Master Search

August 25, 2006 - at the Aragon Ballroom, in Chicago, IL
Lightweight Rita Figueroa, 135, won a six-round unanimous decision over Leora Jackson, 135 ½.  Juan C. Ayllon of Cyberboxingzone.com, wrote the following: "Popular returning female boxer Rita “La Guerra” Figueroa (135 lbs., 8-0, 3 KO’s) soaked up some heavy leather early, and returned in kind—and then some—as she overcome the swarming tactics of Leora Jackson (135.5 lbs., 2-8) with superior boxing and conditioning. Figueroa dominated in the latter portions of the testy eight rounder. Rita Figueroa said afterwards, “She was a tough girl. I haven’t fought in a couple months, so it was good to get back in there. But, she was tough. I give her credit. She didn’t win, though!”  Logged in Master Search

August 24, 2006 - Marriott Hotel Grand Ballroom, Irvine, CA
Junior Welterweight Paula Cortez had a four-round majority draw with Alicia GonzalezLogged in Master Search

August 19, 2006 in Eissporthalle, Halle, Germany
Magdalene Dalecki,
114¾, of Germany, won by KO1 over Slavka Scephova, of Slovakia; Flyweight Stephanie Penkwitt, of Germany,  won by four-round unanimous decision over Simona Pencakova, of Slovakia.
Logged in Master Search

August 19, 2006 - Greenville, North Carolina
Heavyweight Yolanda Fagan won by KO1 over Savannah Buskin, pro debut; Super Middleweight Sharmine Pouncy, pro debut, won by four-round decision over Annette Joyner.
Logged in Master Search

August 18, 2006 in Chubut, Argentina
Claudia Andrea Lopez
won by a four-round unanimous decision over Graciela Adriana Bercerra, pro debut.


August 18, 2006 - at the American Airlines Center, in Dallas, Texas
, Vanessa Juarez, stopped Rocio Vazquez by TKO in the second round.   Logged in Master Search

August 15, 2006 in Yunnang, China
Zhang Jing won by a four-round split decision over Liu Dan, pro debut.

August 12, 2006 - Buenos Aires, Argentina
Despite (in the view of Juan E. Brignone of www.boxeo.org) dominating the fight from beginning to end and never abandoning the hunt for a T(KO), Marcela "La Tigresa" Acuña, 121½,  of Argentina was unable either to break the spirit or to find the jaw of the young Colombian Anays "The Lady of the Ring" Gutiérrez Carillo, 122, when the two met in the early hours of the morning for the right to be the first to wear the WBA super bantamweight belt. The judges, two of whom were Argentinian, nonetheless awarded victory to the local girl (100-90 on all three cards), opening the door to a unification fight with the WBC champion in the same division, Alejandra Oliveras.  Story by Ewan Whyte Logged in Master Search

August 12, 2006 - Paragon Casino, Marksville, Louisiana
Junior Welterweight Kasha Chamblin, 124, won a four-round unanimous decision over Kris Sepulvado, 140. Final judges scores 40-36, 40-36, 39-37.  This is the third time these two have fought.  Logged in Master Search

August 12, 2006 in Russellville, Arkansas
Savanna Hill won by first-round retirement over Louise Miller, pro debut; and Sarah Goodson won by UD4 over Nikki Verbeck.

August 11, 2006 - Brazil  Photo Slideshow
On the boxing card, "Predator", Duda Yankovich won the 63,5kg national Brazilian professional title when she  TKO'd Leticia Rojo in the fifth round (1:12 seconds). The fight was scheduled for six rounds. Logged in Master Search

August 11, 2006 - Rafaela, Santa Fe, Argentina
Super featherweight Bettina Garino KO'd pro debuter Nomia Rodriguez de Oliveira in the first round of a scheduled four round bout.  Logged in Master Search

August 11, 2006 - Appalachian Power  Baseball Park in Charleston, West Virginia
Angie Woolum, 132, of Nitro,  won a fourth round TKO over Christina Jones, 133,  of Cincinnati, Ohio. According to the local news, Woolum, demonstrated more aggressiveness than any of her male in a scheduled four-round 130-pound fight.  Woolum said after the fight, “I worked my plan just like my trainers taught me.’’  Woolum told WBAN she they had changed her opponent several times, before getting Jones as an opponent.
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August 11, 2006 - Ector County Coliseum, Odessa, Texas, promoted by Don Chargin Promotions
Super Middleweight Crystal Davis, 168, won a four-round unanimous decision over Susan Winner, 162. Final judges scores were 40-36, 40-36, 40-36. Logged in Master Search

August 11, 2006 - Mountaineer Race Track, in Chester, West Virginia,  on an ESPN2 "Friday Night Fights" card
Featherweights Leslee Perella, won a four-round unanimous decision over   Melinda Woody. Final judges scores were 39-37, 39-37, and 39-36. Report by LongJab: Quite often, when a local fighter wins a match by unanimous decision, it is deemed a ‘hometown’ decision; however, tonight was not one of those times at Mountaineer Gaming and Resort Center, when local favorite Leslee ‘Longplay’ Perella won a well-earned unanimous decision, over 4 rounds, when she consistently landed a well-placed right hand on the visage or ‘kisser’ of a game Melinda Woody, from Cleveland, Tennessee. Although Woody claimed afterwards that she was never hurt during the match, she graciously admitted Perella definitely has a good right hand; and, at times during the match, it was apparent that Perella was landing it often, as Woody’s swollen face and bloody nose did attest. At one point, during the third round, the referee halted the action and Woody was given a standing-eight count, much to her dismay. Logged in Master Search

August 5, 2006 - Super Domo Orfeo, Córdoba (Argentina)
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UBC bantamweight champion Carolina "Chapita" Gutiérrez, 121,  of Argentina stopped Liliane Balles de Silva, 117,  of Brazil in the second round, when the two met on the undercard of the Narváez-Flores world title fight in the Orfeo Superdomo in Córdoba (Argentina). Early indications are of a turkey shoot, with reporters dismissing the efforts of the visitor (who arrived alone, apparently, and hadn't fought for two years) as 'chaotic' and 'feeble', whilst lavishing epithets like 'tremendous' and 'charismatic' on the local girl. According to Yahoo/DyN, Balles had already visited the canvas once before Gutiérrez delivered the decisive combination. Report by Ewan Whyte

August 5, 2006 - Madison Square Garden, New York, New York - Promoted by DiBella Entertainment
Bantamweight Noriko Kariya, 117, won a four-round unanimous decision over Michelle Herron, 116.  Final judges scores were 39-37 on all cards. Logged in Master Search

August 5, 2006 - Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Promoted by Iron City Pro Boxing

Middleweight Natiata Porter won a four-round unanimous decision over Veronica Rucker. All judges scores were 40-36.  Logged in Master Search  

August 5, 2006 - Packard Music Hall, Warren, OH
Missy Fields
, 223,  won a four-round unanimous decision over Erika Neal, 237.

August 5, 2006 - Nairobi, Kenya
Patience Master
won by a four-round unanimous decision over Joan Muzari.

August 5, 2006 in Ougadougou, Burkina
Faso Helen Joseph, pro debut, won by decision over Kende Wambera, pro debut. More info need to log in records site.

August 5, 2006 - Nyayo National Stadium, Nairobi, Kenya
Middleweight Conjestina Achieng, 158.9,  won a six-round unanimous decision over Florence Nalukwago, 159.8. Kenya's Conjestina Achieng, the reigning WBF Womens
Middleweight champion won a uninanimous points fight against Uganda's Florence Nalukwago in a Timebomb Promotions card at the Nyayo National Stadium in Nairobi.
For the third time in a row, Conjestina failed to make good her now famous threat " Come Early coz I'll finish early" when she had to slug it out for the whole six rounds against the heftily built Ugandan. Conjestina knick named "Hands Of Stone" who has a reputation for knocking out her opponents inside the distance  has failed to stop three opponents in a row, Monalisa Sibanda of Zimbabwe in February, Yvonne Reis in April and now the Ugandan Boxer. Logged in Master Search  

August 4, 2006 -Birchwood Manor, in Whippany, New Jersey, and promoted by KEA Boxing
Featherweight Wendy LaMotta, 122, won a six-round unanimous decision over Leanne Villareal, 128. Final judges scores were 59-55 on all cards.  Logged in Master Search  

August 4, 2006 - at the FedEx Forum, in Memphis, Tennessee, and televised on ESPN2 “Friday Night Fights” Super Middleweight Ann Wolfe,  165, won a six-round unanimous decision over Lisa Ested (Smith), 165.  Judges scores were 60-54, 60-54, and 59-55. Full Story by Bernie McCoy  Logged in Master Search  

 
     
     
     
     

 

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