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JANUARY 2007

January 27, 2007 in Gothenburg, Sweden
Asa Sandell
, 162½, of Sweden, won by a third round TKO over Tiffany Carter, 163½.  The fight was scheduled for six rounds. According to a report on Aftonbladet, it was not an entertaining fight. Carter had nothing to put up against a well trained and fit Åsa Sandell, and the Carter corner threw in the towel after 3 rounds.  The  pro card was the first in Sweden for 37 years. But if the restrictions, such as a maximum of 4 rounds, are not eased the experts does not give the return of pro boxing in Sweden much chance of surviving.  Team Carter told WBAN, "Tiffany was TKO'd in the third round.  Tiffany said that she makes no excuses and stated that Asa pitched a shut out due to the one-two jab, and that the long lay off she had, no legs and no stamina." "I give high regards to Asa and her trainer Lennox for coming in ready and well prepared for this fight and to Asa for masterfully working the jab she has my respect", added Team Carter. 
 Logged in Master Search 

January 29, 2007 - Tijuana, Mexico
Super Bantamweight Jackie Nava, a fifth round KO (55 seconds) over winless Elizabeth Ruiz.
Full Story by Ewan Whyte  Logged in Master Search 

January 27, 2007 – Acoma, New Mexico
Super Flyweight Monica Lovato won an eight round unanimous decision over Julie Rubalcava.  Lovato won the NABF Super Flyweight title.  Scores were 78-74, 79-73, and 79-73. 
Logged in Master Search 

January 27, 2007 in Punta del Este, Uruguay
Marcela Eliana Acuna won by MD10 over Maria del Carmen Potenza
Fight Report by Ewan Whyte  Logged in Master Search 

January 27, 2007 - Burgwächter Castello, in Düsseldorf, Germany, and promoted by Universum Box Promotion
Junior flyweight Julia Sahin, 106¼, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Anastasia Taktaulova, 104.  The two were fighting for the WIBF junior flyweight title. Final judges scores were 95-94, 96-93, and 97-93. 
Photos and report  Logged in Master Search 

January 27, 2007 - Pikesville, Maryland
Middleweight Kimberly Harris,  157¼, won a four-round unanimous decision over Shelly Sivert,160¼. 
Logged in Master Search 

January 26, 2007 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Olivia Pereira (Gerula)
, 128
½won by a six-round unanimous decision over Olga Heron, 128½. Both fight out of Canada. Full Story Logged in Master Search 

January 26, 2007 - Deerfoot Inn and Casino, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, promoted by White Lightning Promotions
Lightweight Linda Ludwig, pro debut, won by a four-round split decision over Monique Duval, pro debut.
Photos of Ludwig  Logged in Master Search 

January 26, 2007 - Tulsa, Oklahoma
Stephanie Dobbs
won by a four-round unanimous decision over Treasure Saunders, pro debut.
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January 26, 2007 - Bell Centre, Montreal, QC, Canada, Promoted by Interbox
Super Bantamweight Danielle Bouchard, 119½,  won a four-round unanimous decision over Wendy Roy, 125¼.  Final judges scores were 40-36, 40-36, and 40-34.
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January 26, 2007 - Expo Garden Hotel, Kunming, Yunnan, China
Junior Flyweight Li Hai Li, had a six-round draw with Liu Dan. Final judges scores were 57-57, 58-58, and 60-57.
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January 26, 2007 - Cicero Stadium, Cicero, Illinois, promoted by Eight Count and Golden Boy Promotions

Featherweight Brooke Dierdorff, 123½, TKO’d Mercedes Mercury, 127, in the fourth round of a scheduled four round bout.
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January 25, 2007 - Orleans Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada Weigh-in/fight Photo gallery #405, and Flash Photo Slideshow #62!
Melinda Cooper, of Las Vegas, 122.5, TKO'd Delia Hoppe, 122 lbs., in the first round. The fight was scheduled for six rounds.
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January 25, 2007 - Paradise Theatre, in Bronx, New York, and promoted by Star Boxing

Junior lightweight
Maureen Shea, 127½, from the Bronx, won a six-round unanimous decision over Elizabeth Villarreal, 126. Also, Suszannah Warner, 107,  won by a third round KO over Nancy Bonilla, 106.The fight was scheduled for eight rounds.  Logged in Master Search 

January 20, 2007 - Norway
Norwegian Cecilia Brækhus, 140½, won her pro debut against Ksenija Koprek, 140½,  of Croatia by a four-round unanimous decision. The bout took place on the undercard of Valujew vs Cline in Basel.  According to the Norwegian Paper VG, Brækhus described her pro debut as "the ultimate kick" and  continued "This is unbelievable, I have never experienced anything like this great and supporting audience. I am already looking forward to my next fight." Brækhus is only the second female boxer to come out of Norway. The first was Helga Risøy, who fought in US in the 90'ties. The next fight could be as soon as next week. She has been invited to box in Gothenburg next Saturday, at the first pro show staged in Sweden in 37 years. She said last night, that she was in great shape right now and would be able to box again next week, but she would decide whether to do it or not in a day or two.

January 20, 2007 - Travellers Beach Hotel in Mombasa, Kenya WBAN's 2006 "Best Kept Secret" Laura Ramsey, 160,  TKO'd 73 seconds into the sixth rounds Kenya's Conjestina Achieng, 159¾, in a GBU title bout. United States Ramsey took the fight on short notice to fight Achieng in her home turf of Kenya. Fight Report Logged in Master Search 

January 20, 2007 - City Sporthall, Pápa, Hungary, promoted by Pro-Box Promotions in Hungary
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Flyweight Viktoria Milo, won a six-round decision (points), over Gabriella Rozsa. There was one judge in the fight, who scored the bout 59-55.
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January 20, 2007 – Columbus Oaks, Fort Smith, Arkansas
Kerri Hill, 123, RTD Addie Erb, 125, in the first round of a scheduled four-rounder.
Jr. Flyweight Sarah Goodson, 107, won a four-round unanimous decision over Nikki Verbeck, 106.  Logged in Master Search 

January 13, 2007 - Brandberge Arena, Halle, Saale, Germany
Flyweight Regina Halmich, 111½, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Reka Krempf, 111¼ . Halmich retained her WIBF flyweight title.  In another bout Karolina Lukasik, 154,  won by a split decision, over Jill Emery, 152.  Scores: 99-92, 97-93 and 94-96. The referee Daniel van de Wiele also acted as judge, and he had Emery as the winner.  
Full Story by Torben L. of Denmark  Logged in Master Search

January 13, 2007 in St. Joseph, Missouri
Angel Shipps won by TKO1 over Jessica Dugan.
 
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January 12, 2007 - Plaza de la Unidad del PRI, Toluca,  Mexico
Bantamweight Susana Vazquez, 117¾, TKO'd Martha Leticia Arevalo,  117¾, 1:27 in the first round of a scheduled four round bout.   Also, in a junior Flyweight bout,  Anabel Ortiz, 104¾, won a four-round unanimous decision over Cristina Aguilar, 106. 

January 12, 2007 - at the Palace, in Auburn Hills, Michigan
Mary Jo Sanders, 160 lbs., TKO'd Gina Nicholas, 160½, in the second round.  Nicholas
has not fought in five years and then takes on a title fight with Sanders. In this highly criticized matchup, of making a title bout with an inactive boxer of five years, In the Detroit News they reported that as the bell rang for round three, Nicholas came to the center of the ring and told referee Frank Garza that she could not continue. Nicholas appeared to have injured her left elbow, but it was evident that she was beaten.  Nicholas said, "I pulled or tore a muscle in my elbow because I just heard it pop when I threw a hook. I couldn't keep my arm up and that was exposing my left side and she kept hitting me with the right."
It does not seem unreasonable that a 43 year old, inactive boxer, who has fought 11 rounds since 2000 as a pro, may incur an injury fairly easily when they go from not boxing as a pro, to taking on a 10-round title bout.
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January 9, 2007 -Bergamo, Italy
There was a European (EBU) flyweight Title fight between Simona Galassi, 111½, and Nadia Hockmi, 111¾. The fight was the main event of the show, which was televised on Eurosport. What was first called a win for Galassi, has now been called a draw, and the EBU European flyweight title is still vacant.  The final judges scores were 97-92, 95-95, 93-96.  Unfortunately, the fight was not what you would expect from a main event, and/or a title bout. Hockmi started the fight in her usual aggressive style, but Galassi showed some good counter punching in the first couple of rounds. As the fight progressed it became more and more messy with both fighters spending much of the time holding and spoiling. Hockmi had a point deducted for holding in the seventh round, which seemed unfair considering Galassi was holding consistently without getting a warning. The last 3-4 rounds of the bout indicated, that it might have been too early to let Galassi fight 10 rounds in her third pro fight. She looked tired from the seventh round onwards, while Hockmi's experience of going 10 rounds on three previous occasions within the last year showed. Despite the somewhat disappointing quality of this particular fight, Eurosport is to be commended for including women's boxing on their shows. We have already seen some good women's bouts on Eurosport within the last six months, and hope to see a lot more of the many talented women on future shows.
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January 6, 2007 - Seminole Hard Rock Arena, Hollywood, Florida
Super middleweight Laura "Lady Ram" Ramsey, 168, now 7-2 (3KO), of Lake Wales, Florida, KO'd Ijeoma Egbunine, 167, 1:44 seconds of the first round.  Egbunine went down twice in the first round. Laura Ramsey has proven thus far in the sport that she is a  fearless boxer---willing to step inside the ring and take a fight-where the outcome is not predictable.   In Ramsey's short boxing career, she has already fought in Bermuda, fighting Bermuda's Teresa Perozzi, defeating Perozzi by a decision; she has fought in Georgetown, Guyana fighting Guyana's Pauline London, and TKO'ing London in the second round;  she took a 10-round title bout with a 72 hours notice to fight Shelley Burton in Edmonton, Canada, going 10 rounds losing by a unanimous decision, but making it a very competitive match against Burton; She fought Erin Toughill (From California), in Hollywood, California, losing a unanimous decision, but rematched Toughill and stopped Toughill by TKO in the first round.  
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January 5, 2007 -Desoto Civic Center, Southaven, Mississippi
Jessica Rakoczy
, 131,  won by TKO2 over Jessica Mohs, 129¾.
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January 5, 2007 - Orleans Casino and Hotel, in Las Vegas, Nevada, Layla McCarter, of Las Vegas, Nevada, TKO'd Donna Biggers, South Carolina, 2:28 in the second round. Of what WBAN heard briefly about the bout, we were told that Biggers was "overmatched" in this bout. The two were fighting for a WBA title bout, 12 rounds, three minute rounds.

 

January 4, 2007 - Harrah's Casino & Resort, in Mayetta, Kansas, and promoted by Zeferino Entertainment
Strawweight Chantel Cordova, 101, won a four-round unanimous decision over New Mexico’s Jody Esquibel, 104.

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