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AUGUST 2007

August 31, 2007 -Ayutthaya Province, Thailand
Tukta Sor Ratana
won a six-round unanimous decision over Lilly Rachaprachagym.  Judges scores were 56-58 on all cards. Also, Winyu Paradorn Gym (Sisuk) won by UD10 Momo Koseki. This was apparently for the WBC minimum world title. 

August 31, 2007 - Arena Adolfo López Mateos, Tlalnepantla, México, Mexico
Flyweight Ana Arrazola, 108, stopped Cristal Irasema, 109, by TKO in the 1:28 seconds,  first round of a scheduled four-round bout.

August 31, 2007 - Municipal Coliseum of Codazzi in the Colombian North Coast, Colombia
Ana "Dynamite" Pascal  won an eight-round unanimous decision over Alejandra Ramirez.

August 31, 2007 - Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States
Welterweight Olivia Fonseca TKO'd Yolanda Blackmer  :38 of the first round of a scheduled four-rounder.

August 25, 2007 - Blackham Coliseum, Lafayette, Louisiana  Video Streaming #40-Photo Gallery #442! 
O
n the "Collision at the Coliseum" card, Kasha “The Fighting Marine” Chamblin won an eight-round unanimous decision over Donna Biggers. The judges scores were 80-72 on all cards. J & P Photography who covered the fight for WBAN, said, “Biggers looked to be a heavy hitter and she withstood the initial onslaught of Chamblin with a good return of her own. At times, Chamblin was able to land some accurate jabs to Biggers. Kasha looked like she played a "rope-a-dope" with her opponent, staying in a shell stance and letting Biggers wail away with some clubbing shots. Biggers, at times, taunted Chamblin trying to make her mad...trying to make her open up to leave herself open.”  In a post fight interview, Chamblin said, ““Because she[Biggers] had so many first and second-round knockouts (16 of Biggers’ 19 wins had come by KO, 14 of them in the first two rounds), I wanted to set a tone and show I wasn’t backing down. I went in wanting to throw every punch hard in every round.”  Biggers said after the fight, ““I was trying to get my counterpunching down. she (Chamblin) caught me with some good shots. She had a good jab and she has heart because I know I caught her a couple of times. She’s a little better than I anticipated.”  Photos - Video by J & P Photography

August 25, 2007 National Guard Armory, Gastonia, North Carolina
Bonnie Mann
, 157, TKO'd Latreka Moody, 163, 1:35 seconds of the first round of a scheduled four round bout.

August 25, 2007-Club San Jose, Misiones, Argentina
Gabriela Marcela Zapata TKO’d Teresa Da Salva in the second round of a scheduled four rounder.

August 24, 2007 - Orleans Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, NV
Olivia Gerula, 128.5, picked her shots in a four round fight against Sosadea Razo, 130, at the Orleans hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. Razo tagged Gerula a few times but it did not faze Gerula, Gerula came back landing combinations incorporating some good lateral movement. Gerula won the Las Vegas fans over, they began chanting her name and cheering her on in the later rounds. Gerula definitely looked like the predator tonight and won an impressive unanimous decision. Logged in Master Search

August 24, 2007 -Paradise Theater,  Bronx, NY
Eileen Olszewski
, preparing for a WBC flyweight title fight on September 14 in Italy against champion, Stefania Bianchini, won a close, fast paced four round majority decision over Suszannah Warner. Both fighters weighed in at 107. The scorecards read: 38-38, 39-37 and 40-36. Olszewski moved her record to 4-0, while Warner dropped to 7-5.  Logged in Master Search

August 24, 2007 in Seoul, South Korea
Yoon-Joo Shin
and Tomoko Ito fought to a six-round draw.

August 24, 2007 -  Jangchoong Gymnasium, Seoul, South Korea - Junior flyweight Cho-Rong Son,  105, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Lin Jin Mei, 104¾. The two were fighting for the WBA Female strawweight title.  The final judges scores 94-97, , 94-98, and 93-97;  Also, Junior Flyweight Joo-Hee Kim, 107¼, TKO’d Yuki Sakurada, 107½,  1:07 seconds in the seventh round of a scheduled 10 round bout.  The two were fighting for the vacant junior flyweight title.   Logged in Master Search

August 19, 2007 - Pristav pri Kompe, Šturovo, in Nitriansky Kraj, Slovakia Photo Gallery #438
Krisztina Belinszky
, 102½,  of Hungary won a four-round unanimous decision over Simona Pencakova, 109¼, of Kosice, Slovakia.  Final judges scores were 36-40, 37-40,  and 38-40.  Pencakova remains winless at 0-10-1. Logged in Master Search

August 19, 2007 – WA Italian Club, Northbridge, Australia
Erin McGowen
, 133¾, won a four-round unanimous decision over Angela Parr, 132. Final judges scores were 37-39, 36-40, 36-40. Logged in Master Search

August 18, 2007 - Fairmont Hotel, Dallas, Texas
Melissa Alicea
, 125, KO'd Cantrell Sewell, 126¼, 1:09 in the second round, of a scheduled four-round bout. Logged in Master Search  

August 18, 2007 in La Romana, Dominican Republic
Maribel Santana
won by a four-round decision over Grecia Nova.

August 18, 2007 - Sky Ute Casino, in Ignacio, Colorado Strawweight Jodie Esquibel of New Mexico, defeated  Melissa Shaffer, of Seattle, Washington by a five-round split decision.  Archived gallery #389 when the two fought in Tacoma, Wash in 2006. Logged in Master Search

August 18, 2007 - Civic Center, in  Houma, Louisiana
Full Story by Sue TL Fox
After not fighting for four years, Jeanne “Boom Boom” Martinez, 188,  now 14-6-4 (5KO), of Slidell, Louisiana, returned to the sport by fighting pro debuter, Savanna Payne, 183. Martinez TKO’d Payne in the second round of a scheduled four rounder.  Martinez is a long-time veteran in the sport who began her boxing career in 1997, when she fought Valerie Mahfood in her pro debut.  Logged in Master Search

August 18, 2007 – Charter Hall, Nairobi, Kenya
Super featherweight Eunice Achieng, of Kenya won a four-round unanimous decision over Rukia Nasarite, of Kenya. Referee Francis Olando, Judges: Peter Kangethe 39 - 37; Abdallah Kent 40 -39 ; Edward Ochieng 40 - 39.
Logged in Master Search

August 18, 2007 – The Hughes Center, Russellville, Arkansas
Savanna Hill, 110, won a four-round unanimous decision over Amanda Lyons, 105. (Update: On August 26, 2007, Lyons was killed in a car accident in Conway, LA. )
Logged in Master Search

August 18, 2007 – Altes Funkwek, Koepenick, Berlin, Germany
Juliane Koffnit, 143¼, won a four-round by points over Franka Wiechozek, 145½. Also, junior welterweight Ramona Kuehne, won a six-round bout by decision over Daniela David. According to an insider, Ramona fought and beat the experienced Romanian Daniela David on points after six rounds. They said that it was a tough fight in which Ramona prevailed because of better techniques, fitness and the greater desire. It was Romona's first fight after a relatively long layoff (almost 5 months) due to two fight cancellations on short notice. David, who has also fought the best in her division that include Sophie Mathis and Melinda Cooper, proved to be very seasoned and tricky and survived most of the attacks of Ramona. At the end, the judges saw it 59-58 twice and 60-56 for the clear winner Kuehne.  Logged in Master Search

August 17, 2007 - Harrah’s Rincon Casino, in Valley Center, California
Bantamweight Kaliesha West, of Moreno Valley, California, won a six-round split decision over Carly Batey, of San Diego, California. Final judges scores were 58-56, 59-55, and 56-58.
Logged in Master Search

August 17, 2007 - Renaissance Worthington Hotel, Fort Worth, Texas - Full Story by Sue TL Fox
Lightweight Crystal Delgado, 133, won a majority decision over Elizabeth (Lizzy) Tavarez, 132 1/4, in a four-rounder.

August 17, 2007 -  El Paso County Coliseum, in El Paso, Texas
Bantamweight Vanessa Juarez, 121, of Fort Worth, Texas, TKO"d Salina Jordan, 121, 42 seconds in the first round.  The bout was on a Solo Boxeo - Telefutura show. In the first 10 seconds of the first round, Juarez caught Jordan, with a left hook, and dropped her to the canvas with the ref giving her a count.  After the count, Juarez  began to throw a barrage of combinations, when Jordan had appeared to have enough, the ref intervened and stopped the fight. Photos Logged in Master Search

August 16, 2007 – Sports Arena, Los Angeles, California
Super flyweight Michelle Gutierrez, of Las Vegas, Nevada, won a four-round majority decision over Katarina De La Cruz, of Los Angeles, California. Final judges scores were 39-37, 39-37, and 38-38.  Logged in Master Search

August 16, 2007 - Panama City, Panama
Ambar Fajardo, 128, TKO4 Consuelo Paternina, 132. Logged in Master Search

August 15, 2007 - Mall Bang Khae, in Bangkok, Thailand Samson Sor Siriporn (Thaweesuk), 108, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Japan’s Anri Nakagawa, 108.  Final judges scores were 98-91, 98-91 and 99-91. Siriporn was defending her WBC light flyweight title. Sports writer and photographer Scott Mallon was ringside at the event, and told WBAN, “She (Siriporn) looked slightly better than in the past but she is far from world class caliber. Her manager had Khaokor and Khaosai Galaxy come in to work with her and it helped, but it takes years to produce a world class fighter and she’s got her work cut out for her.” Mallon went on to say that “Although Sor Siriporn had in no way been deserving of a world title shot, this should not take away from her own hard work and accomplishments. She is a positive example for those who want to change their lives around and is now looked up to as someone who has turned their life around.” She’s worked hard with what little she’s been given and made the most of it. There are other women far more deserving of a title shot but unfortunately the most deserving fighters are not always given opportunities. This is something that happens everywhere in the world and in many ways, the sanctioning bodies can be thanked for this, “ added Mallon. A Singaporean film company is currently producing a documentary about Siriporn’s life for National Geographic. The film should be completed in 6-12 months and once completed will be shown worldwide. Also in another women's bout, strawweight Nongmai Sor Siriporn (Wannee Chaisena) won a six-round decision by points over Wassana Sangduen. Photos Logged in Master Search

August 15, 2007 - Frontier Field, Rochester, New York
Featherweight Ela Nunez, 126,  won a four-round majority decision over Lindsay Garbatt, 123.5. In the Rochester News they reported the following: "Both women mixed it up from start to finish in the four round event, with Nunez coming away with a majority decision - two judges calling the fight for Nunez and one calling it a draw. Nearly everyone on press row thought it should have been a draw, with Garbatt winning rounds 2 and 4, while Nunez carried the first and third. The crowd voiced their displeasure, raining down a chorus of boos after the decision. Nunez improved to 3-2, but Garbatt was clearly the crowd favorite and should have a bright future in the ring. Both fighters displayed some of the best technical boxing of the entire evening, a tribute to their dedication and the skill of their trainers."  Logged in Master Search

August 13, 2007 - Seoul, S. Korea
Junior featherweight Young Mi Jo, 123½, won a majority decision over Manami Arima, 121¼, in an eigh-rounder;  Also,  Featherweight Sun Young Jung, 117¼, won a majority decision over Hee Jung Yuh, 119, in a six-round bout.
Logged in Master Search

August 11, 2007 in Nairobi, Kenya
Charity Mukami
, pro debut won by MD over Patroda Lihavi.

August 11, 2007 - Punta del Este, Uruguay
Chris Namus
won by UD4 over Silvia Fernanda Zacarias.

August 10, 2007 -ESPN2 “Friday Nights Fights”, in at the Springfield Expo Center
Featherweight Jeri Sitzes, 126,  won a six-round unanimous decision over Ada Velez, 127. Final judges scores were 59-55, 59-55, 58-56. This was a comeback fight for Velez.
Logged in Master Search

August 10, 2007 - Las Vegas Sport Center, Barranquilla, Colombia
Flyweight Francia Bravo TKO´d over Lisette Salazar in second round. Also, bantamweight Paulina "Paquita" Cardona won a second-round knockout over Omaira Suarez. Logged in Master Search
   
August 10, 2007 - Villa Cañás, Santa Fe, Argentina

Featherweight Bettina Garino won a 10-round unanimous decision over Carmen Montiel for the  vacant Argentine (FAB) featherweight title.  Logged in Master Search

August 10, 2007 - Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Bantamweight Dorothy Cloete won a six-round unanimous decision over Adriana Zanella; welterweight Nonni Tenge won by a six round TKO 1:02 over Juliana De Aguiar; Featherweight Unathi Myekeni won a six-round unanimous decision over Michelle Larissa Bonassoli; and middleweight Sandra Almeida won by .08 seconds by RTD over Bomkazi Klass. The bout was scheduled for six rounds. Logged in Master Search

August 10, 2007 - Raley Field, West Sacramento, California
Middleweight Demi Nguyen TKO'd Leslie Lubaczewski 1:05 in the second round of a scheduled four-round bout. Logged in Master Search

August 10, 2007 - Convention Center, McAllen, Texas
Judy Garcia
, 142¾,  won by a first round TKO 0:55 seconds, of the first round over Michelle Greene, 141½, in a scheduled four-round bout. Logged in Master Search

August 10, 2007 - Auditorio Centenario, Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico
Flyweight Katty Gutierrez, 110¼, pro debuter,  won a four-round majority decision over Lupita Cortez, 119.   Logged in Master Search

August 9, 2007 - Coeur d'Alene Casino, Worley, Idaho
Junior middleweight Angie Dauenhaur had a four-round draw with Jana Simms Logged in Master Search

August 6, 2007 - Malambo, Atlantico, Colombia
Flyweight Francia Bravo, 111, KO'd Karen Herrera, 112, pro debut, in the second round of a eight round bout; Featherweight Mónica Acosta Siris, 125½, TKO'd Carla Polo, 125, in the second round of a four-round bout.  Logged in Master Search

August 5, 2007-Fairway Hotel, Kampala, Kampala, Uganda
Featherweight Shabilla Namagga, pro debut, had a four-round draw with Rukia Narikare. Logged in Master Search

August 4, 2007- in Bahia, Brazil
Featherweight Halana Santos won a four-round unanimous decision over Dane Madeirada, pro debut.
Logged in Master Search

August 4, 2007- Karlsruhe, Germany
Asiye Ozlem Sahin, pro debut, won by a four-round unanimous decision over Michaela Rost.

August 4, 2007, at the Club Central Argentino, in Cordoba, Argentina
Alejandra Oliveras, 119½, now 10-0-2 (3KO), of Argentina, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Brazilian Adriana Salles,  120¼,  8-2-1 (2KO). Logged in Master Search

August 4, 2007 - Marktplatz, Karlsruhe, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
Featherweight Irma Balijagic, 124¾, TKO'd Selina Reiss, 125¼, in the first round of a scheduled four-round bout. Logged in Master Search

August 4, 2007 - Centro de Boxe, Curitiba, Parana, Brazil
María José Nuñez Anchorena  won by KO in the third round over Teresa Rodriguez. The fight was scheduled for six rounds.  Logged in Master Search

August 4, 2007 - Globe Cinema, Accra, Greater Accra, Ghana
Super featherweights Ameley Tyson and Gifty Tiger fought to a four-round draw (points).  Logged in Master Search

August 3, 2007-Ameristar Casino, in St. Charles, Missouri
Photo Gallery #438
Junior flyweight Hollie "Hot Stuff" Dunaway, 111,  won a unanimous decision over Mary Elizabeth Ortega, 110. In what was described as a fight that kept boxing fans on their feet, was a very entertaining bout on the card. The judges scores were (80-72), (79-73), and (78-74).  Logged in Master Search

On August 3, 2007- Far West Rodeo, in Doraville, Georgia,
Carrine Hamlett, 150, pro debut,  lost by a unanimous decision to Charmaine Carrington, 150½.  The judges scores were 35-40 on all cards.  Logged in Master Search

August 3, 2007- in Mazathlan, Mexico
Jasseth Noriega
won by TKO3 over Guadalupe (Zupita) Cortes, 119.
Logged in Master Search

August 3, 2007 - Arena Coliseo, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico 
Super bantamweight Irma Sanchez, 116¾, won by a first round KO over Elizabeth Zamarripa, 114¾, in a scheduled six round bout.  Logged in Master Search

August 3, 2007 - Monticello Raceway, Monticello, NY
Lightweight Chika Nakamura, now 6-0-0 (2KO), of New York, NY, TKO’d  Geboria Mayfield, of Columbus, Mississippi.  in the 1:26 seconds, of the first round of a scheduled six-round bout.  Logged in Master Search

August 2, 2007 - Vive Cuervo Salón, Polanco, Distrito Federal, Mexico
Junior flyweight Ibeth Zamora Silva won a four-round bout by win over Esmeralda Moreno. Logged in Master Search

 
     
     
     

 

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