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OCTOBER 2006

October 31, 2006 in Chaiyaphum, Thailand
Waenthong Sakrungreong
won a four-round decision over Jomyathying Kiatnorwar.

October 29, 2006 in Tokyo, Japan
Mami Ito won by UD4 over Miyuki Kondo; Natsuki won by MD4 over Chizu, pro debut; Sakura won by UD4 over Minako Eguti; Wolf Hyuga and Seria, pro debut, fought to a four-round draw.

October 29, 2006 in Tokyo, Japan
Marika Watanabe and Tomoko Ito fought to a six-round draw; Satoko Komimura won by MD6 over Jet Izumi; Chika Mizutane won by MD4 over Teruko Shinpo; Tomoko Koga won by KO4 over Saoria, pro debut.

October 28, 2006 - EWE-Arena, Fürstenwalde, Germany, promoted by Elite Box Promotion
Welterweight Ramona Kuehne TKO’d Olga Bojare 1:41 in the second round of a scheduled four-rounder. Full Story by Ewan Whyte 
Logged in Master Search

October 27, 2006 in Barranquilla, Columbi
 Paulina Cardona
won by KO1 over Jany Mendoza, pro debut.

October 27, 2006 - Las Vegas Center Entertainment of Barranquilla, Colombia
 Monica "Terrible" Acosta, Colombia, KO’d Maria "Viking" Ahumada in the first round - (124 lbs) featherweight division. Paulina "Paquita" Cardona, 17 years old, of Colombia, KO’d Jany Mendoza, in the first round – jr. bantamweight division (115 lbs). Also, Maria Mancilla, Colombia,  KO’d  Aracelys Cardona in the first round – (190 lb) cruiserweight. WBAN has requested more details on this card.
Full Story by Ewan Whyte

October 27, 2006 - Auditorio Enrique Bátiz in Cuautitlán Izcalli (Mexico)
Juan Carlos "Bronquito" Contreras was inspired to take up boxing by watching his mum, Ana Arrazola. On Friday night, the two of them fought on the same bill (“against different opponents, obviously!” Alfredo Jaime Gómez felt it necessary to point out) in the Auditorio Enrique Bátiz in Cuautitlán Izcalli (Mexico), with Juan Carlos “Bronco” Contreras, father and husband, working the corner for both fights.  First into the ring came “Bronquito”, who defeated Juan Ramos over 3 rounds on points. Not bad, but not quite there yet. When the turn came for the professionals, Mamita really showed how, inflicting a humiliating second round TKO on a far heavier (and supposedly tough) opponent, María Eugenia García; who’s a bantamweight to Arrazola’s junior fly!(Source: Esto) Story by Ewan Whyte

October 27, 2006 - Salle Vallier, Marseille, France
Flyweight Rebekka Herrmann, remained undefeated at 4-0-0 (1KO), when she won a six-round unanimous decision over Svetla Taskova.  The judges scores were 59-55, 59-55, and 58-56. Logged in Master Search

October 26, 2006 - Marriott Hotel, Irvine, California, Promoted by Roy Englebrecht Promotions
Lightweight Tammy Franks won a four-round split decision over Miriam Nakamoto. Logged in Master Search

October 24, 2006 - Petroleum Club in Shreveport, LA Featherweight Kasha Chamblin, of Lafayette, won by a 38-second win over pro debuter Cantrell Sewell, of Shreveport. According to local news sources (Donald McDonald of the advertiser.com) Chamblin caught Sewell with a straight right hand, less than 15 seconds into the bout, and then threw a barrage of punches on Sewell, before the referee stepped in, and stopped the fight.  Logged in Master Search

October 22, 2006 in Lusaka, Zambia
Esther Phiri
won a six-round decision over Patience Master.

October 21, 2006 in Nurnberg, Germany Rebekka Herrmann won by TKO2 over Albena Atseva. Logged in Master Search

October 21, 2006 in London, England
Shanee Martin
won by TKO2 over Tatiana Punchkova.

October 21, 2006 in Westerburg, Germany
Natalie Ickenrot, pro debut, and Natalie Bire, pro debut, fought to a four-round draw.

October 20, 2006 - Auburn Hills, Michigan
Grand Rapids Michigan native, Jennifer "The Bolivian" Salinas, 123½,  9-1 (3KO), won a unanimous decision over North Carolina's very  tough Darnella Barnes, 125½. Scores were 60-54, 59-55, and 60-54. Salinas, now under the new training ways of veteran coach Rene Muniz and conditioning coach Angel "Macho" Muniz of Casa De Boxeo in Lincoln Park, Michigan. Logged in Master Search

October 20, 2006 in Guang Dong, China
 Xiang Hai Yan, pro debut, won by KO3 over Wong Ka Man, pro debut; Wang Ya Nan won by KO6 over Nutruja Pradabmook,pro debut; Hu Juan won by MD8 over Miki Kikukawa. Gong Jin won by UD4 over Chiharu Hayashi, pro debut.

October 19, 2006 -Plattduetsche Restaurant, in Franklin Square, New York
Asa Sandell, who now fights out of NY, won a six-round unanimous decision over Kimberly Harris.  The final judges scores were 60-54, 60-54, and 59-55. Logged in Master Search

October 14, 2006 in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Marcela Eliana Acuna
won by TKO1 over KO'd Paola Esther Herrera.  Full Story by Ewan Whyte Logged in Master Search

October 14, 2006 - Copenhagen, Denmark
Anita Christensen
, 118, won a 10-round unanimous decision over  Nadia Hockmi, 118. Full Story by Torben L.  Logged in Master Search

October 14, 2006 - Santa Fe, Argentina
Jr. Featherweight Alejandra Oliveras,  121, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Anays Gutierrez Carrillo, 122. 
Full Story by Ewan Whyte 

 

October 14, 2006 Sao Paolo, Brazil
At the 18th Festival of Martial Arts and Combat Sports organized by the
Federação Paulista de Lutas e Artes Marciais (Feplam) on the 14th October (2006) in São Paulo, Letícia Rojo (http://www.leticiarojo.com/) of Brazil got the nod over Gabriela Marcela Zapata (‘La Aventurera’) of Argentina in the main event, with all three judges (Job de Souza, José Gurgel and Adriano Carollo) scoring the bout the same way: 59-55.  (Report by Ewan Whyte)
Logged in Master Search

October 14, 2006 - Dombasle, France
Jr. Welterweight Anne-Sophie Mathis TKO5 Borislava Goranova.
Logged in Master Search

October 13, 2006 - Barranquilla, Colombia
Welterweight Darys Pardo KO1 Eliana Lora.

October 12, 2006 - Burbank, California
Heather Donohue
won a over four-round unanimous decision over Michelle Herron. 
Logged in Master Search

October 12, 2006 in Cheju Island, South Korea
Flyweight Kim Son Ho, pro debut, won by six round split decision over Kazumi Izaka. Junior flyweight Manami Arima won a six-round unanimous decision over Lee Hong Mei. Bantamweight Chang llu Son won a six-round unanimous decision over Misa Morimoto. Lastly, super flyweight Tsubasa Maedo won a six-round unanimous decision over Tai Ming.  
Logged in Master Search

October 8, 2006 - Milan, Italy
Flyweight Simona Galassi, a top amateur boxer from Italy, and making her pro debut,  Simona Pencakova in the second round.  Logged in Master Search

October 8, 2006 - Fresno Big Fair, in Fresno, California
Super featherweight Sosadea Razo, 129.2, won a six-round majority decision over Lisa Lewis, 129.8.  Two judges scored the bout 60-54, for Razo, and one judge scored the fight 57-57.  The card was promoted
Roy Englebrecht Promotions. 
 Logged in Master Search

October 8, 2006 - Marriott Arena, Junction City, Kansas
Chantel Cordova, 103,
 won by a four-round unanimous decision over Natasha Wilburn, 112.  All scorecards 40-36.

October 7, 2006-Lucky Eagle Casino, Rochester, WA
Photo Gallery #393 and Flash Photo Slideshow by Mike Blair  Most of the prefight talk around the Lucky Eagle Casino Saturday night was about the main event, an 8 round Junior Middleweight NWBA Championship fight pitting local favorite Dakota Stone against the always tough Layla McCarter. More than one fight fan believed that this main event would be an all out war. They were not disappointed. Stone controlled the early rounds because she was able to use her height advantage to keep McCarter moving backwards. Stone also threw more punches early, and though she was able to catch McCarter, she never seemed to connect flush enough to stagger her.  McCarter settled down in the middle rounds when she began ducking just out of reach of Stone's jab, and when trouble approached, McCarter tied Stone up. The middle rounds were quite close. It appeared that McCarter threw the more accurate, and probably the heavier punches, but Stone remained the busier fighter.  The fight turned in McCarter's favor in the later rounds. She was able to catch Stone cleanly, sneaking her jab inside and underneath Stone's long reach.
When the bell sounded to end the fight McCarter's cornerman hoisted her as she raised her arms. Stone too took a bit of a victory lap, arm raised to the cheering crowd. The championship belt was in the ring, and the crowd waited to hear the decision. After four rounds all three judges had Stone ahead 39-37. McCarter won rounds 7 and 8 on all three judges cards. There was little doubt that she was the stronger and more accurate fighter as the end neared. One judge scored the fight 77-75 for Dakota Stone, the other two had the fight even at 76. But after eight rounds of warfare, there would be no clear-cut winner, the fight ended in a majority draw.   Logged in Master Search

October 7, 2006-Mexico
Two sullen, raven-haired beauties. The one physically more imposing; the other faster, spiteful, leaner, and seemingly more alert. I was already thinking of From Russia with Love before Ana María Torres and Mayela Pérez told Esto yesterday they expected their fight would be “to the death”.  Google turned up the whole passage [Link ]:-“While Kerim spoke, Bond examined the two beautiful, taut, sullen animals in the centre of the ring… One was bigger-boned than the other, and obviously stronger, [that would be Torres] but she looked sullen and slow-eyed and might not be quick on her feet. She was handsome in a rather leonine way, and there was a slow red glare in her heavy lidded eyes as she stood and listened impatiently to the head of the tribe. She ought to win, thought Bond. She is half an inch taller, and she is stronger. “Where this girl was a lioness, the other was a panther–lithe and quick and with cunning sharp eyes that were not on the speaker but sliding sideways, measuring inches, and the hands at her sides were curled into claws. [this would be Pérez, ‘the Little Cobra’]. The muscles of her fine legs looked hard as a man's… She looks a dangerous little bitch of a girl, thought Bond. She will certainly get in the first blow. She will be too quick for the other“.  Bond, you may remember, was wrong on both counts; and it was only the fortuitous supervention of an explosion that prevented the smaller girl performing the ‘kiss of Dracula’ on her helpless opponent “as she bore down on her with all her weight and bent her to the ground”.   This time, there was no ‘BOOM!’ — only the merciful intervention of a referee — and it wasn’t the Little Cobra’s fangs “reaching towards the offered neck” but something more akin to the finale of Bonnie and Clyde, with one girl trapped on the ropes, helpless, beaten, her body shaking convulsively as she was riddled with… er… (can you be ‘riddled with punches’?).   Well, that’s what it says.  Oh, and it was Torres that won. [TKO 1 min 50 secs into the sixth](More details as reports become available).  Logged in Master Search

October 6, 2006 in Santa Cruz, Argentina
Claudia Andrea Lopez
won by an eight-round unanimous decision over Maria del Carmen Montiel.  Logged in Master Search

October 6, 2006 - Argentina
UBC
bantamweight champion Carolina "Chapita" Gutiérrez [11-0-0 (8 KOs)] of Córdoba returned to the ring on Friday for the first time since her suspension, when she faced Lourdes González de Ocampo [10-6-1 (4 KOs)] of Misiones in the club Atlético de Villa Santa Rosa (Argentina).  It was a non-title fight. Correction: a ‘non-title non-fight’, which (remembering our algebra) we can reduce to ‘a non-fight’. At least, that’s how La Voz del Interior saw it. “With no opposition, it was easy for ‘Chapita’” was their headline: “Ranked nowhere, Lourdes was just another irrelevant adversary for ‘Chapita’, who really does need now a more severe test.” González was down once (and took an eight count) in the first round after a series of body shots and twice in the second — right hands to the head and jaw — before referee Carlos Pedernera decided he’d seen enough.  Purists among you will object that ‘head and jaw’ is a false dichotomy: (“Surely González’s jaw is part of her head?”). So it is, for the time being; but it won’t be for long, if she doesn’t take up some other sport.

October 6, 2006-Coeur d'Alene Casino in Worley, Idaho Welterweight Angelica Martinez, (6-2-1, 1 KO), Dallas, Texas, won a ten round unanimous decision over female boxing legend Christy Martin (46-5-2, 31 KOs), Orlando, Florida.  Martinez has continued to be impressive as a pro, as she has taken on fierce competition, that include Martin, Holly Holm, Mariem Brakache, and Yvonne Reis.  Final judges scores were 97-96, 97-93, and 96-94.  Ringside Fight Report   Logged in Master Search

October 3, 2006 in Agde, France
Myriam Chomaz won by TKO4 over Jarka Blahova.

October 1, 2006 - Japan
JWBC mini fly weight championship, Nao Ikeyama vs Kumiko Nishida - Ikeyama won by sprit decision (2-1);
Nori Fujisawa vs Mayumi Kubo -Kubo won by unanimous decision(0-3); Sho Moriyama vs Gypsy Taeko Moriyama won by unanimous decision;  Eriko Yone vs Wolf Hyuga
Yone
won by unanimous decisio
n; Yuri Kobayashi vs Akki
Kobayashi
won by unanimous decision'; and Junko Kanbara vs Natsuki Kanbara won by split decision.

October 1, 2006 in Bruchsal. Germany
 Janine Muselmann won a four-round decision over Sandra Schneck; Angel McKenzie won a four-round decision over Elena Schmitt; Lucia Morelli won by KO3 over Cornelia Zimmer; Cora Wimmer won a four-round decision over Kada Vier.

October 1, 2006 in Bruchsal. Germany
Julie Hermann won by four-round decision over Susanne Kramer; Kirsten Schoenig won a four-round decision over Isabell Hoher.

 
     
     
     
     

 

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