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MARCH 2007

March 31, 2007 - Emerald Queen Casino, Tacoma, Washington - Report by Mike Blair
Molly McConnell scored her 6th win in an impressive fashion Saturday night at the Emerald Queen Casino. McConnell faced Kita Watkins (2-1-0, 1KO) in what was scheduled as a 6 round fight.  Watkins stepped out in round one and threw a flurry of punches at McConnell. That tactic kept McConnell backing up in the early part of the round, and occasionally, Watkins did catch McConnell, though apparently not hard enough to sting her. Watkins plan appeared to be to attack McConnell's head. However, too often her shots were wide looping punches. McConnell slipped most of them and blocked the others. In the second round McConnell settled in to a rhythm in which she poked jabs between Watkins arms. When Watkins rose her hands to protect her head, McConnell dropped to punish Watkins's body. McConnell's accurate jab and right hands to the body almost took Watkins out of the fight in the 2nd. She was hurt, but tough enough to stay up and continue fighting. Between the 2nd and 3rd the doctor looked hard at Watkins, but he decided she was ok to continue, at least for a while. McConnell continued the assault in the 3rd. This time, no matter how hard she tried to move forward, Watkins could not answer. The referee stopped the action to let the doctor have another look, and they decided Watkins should not continue.  McConnell scored the TKO victory at 1:08 of the third round. She is now 6-1; Watkins evens her record at 2-2. 
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March 31, 2007 – Barcelona, Spain
Loly Muñoz, 132.3, of Spain, won by a TKO in the fourth round of a scheduled six round bout over
Romanian Mirabela Calugereanu, 125.7.  Logged in Master Search

March 31, 2007 - Box-Tempel, Berlin-Weissensee, Germany
Ramona “The Wild Dragon” Kuehne, 140, of Germany, remained undefeated after winning a six-round decision on (points) over British boxer Angel McKenzie, 140.  The event was billed, “The Wild Dragon”, whilst McKenzie goes by the ring name of “The Dragon.”  According to an insider, after a furious start by both, Kuehne began to connect with the heavier blows, scoring a knockdown in the fourth round.  In the last round,  Kuehne almost knocked out the unorthodox boxing southpaw with a series of hard blows. At the end "The Wild Dragon" won clearly by the score of 60-53. It was Ramona Kuehne's 8th win in a row in just 11 months.
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March 31, 2007 – Pride Park Stadium, Derby, East Midlands, England
Pro debuter Sara Davies, 153¼ , won a four-round bout by points over Borislava Goranova, 145¼. Final score was 40-36. 
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March 31, 2007 - Lisebergshallen, Gothenburg, Sweden Promoter: New Sweden Promotion
Super Middleweight Asa Sandell, 156½, won a split decision over Dakota Stone, 154¼, in a six-round bout.
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March 30, 2007 - Villafranca Lunigiana, Italy
Promoter: Boxe Rosanna Conti Cavini

Super Bantamweight Emanuela Pantani won by points in a six-rounder over Mariann Pampuk.  
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March 30, 2007 - Palestra Millennium, Como, Italy
Flyweight Simona Galassi TKO'd Petra Jachmanova in the fifth round of a scheduled six round bout.  
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March 30, 2007 - Phoenixville High School, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania
Welterweight Olivia Fonseca, 145, had a four-round draw with Melissa St. Vil, 139. Final judges scores were 38-38.  This was a pro debut for both boxers.  
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March 30, 2007 - Pechanga Resort & Casino, Temecula, California
Bantamweight Kaliesha West, 116, won a four-round unanimous decision over Elizabeth Cervantes, 114. Final judges scores were 40-36. 
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March 30, 2007 - Quiet Cannon, Montebello, California
Super Featherweight Jennifer Barber, 125.5,  won a four round unanimous decision over Alex Kumbala, 130. Final judges scores were 40-36. 
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March 30, 2007 -  Detroit, Michigan
On a televised ESPN2 card, in the main event, Mary Jo Sanders, 159.4,  won a 10-round unanimous decision, and successfully defended her IBA Middleweight title over Valerie Mahfood, 159. Final judges scores were 100-90. 
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March 30, 2007 - Germany
Video of Kentikian vs. Anchorena

Susianna Kentikian retained her WBA Flyweight belt by TKO'ing Marie Jose Nunez Anchorena 50 seconds into the 3rd round, before a crowd of 19,500 in the Kölner Arena. Anchorena turned out to be far too open for a class act like Kentikian. The Armenian born Kentikian was in control right from the start of the first round, although she began it at slower pace than usual. Anchorena paid for her sloppy defence 40 seconds into the second round, when she was sent to the floor by a hard right hand from Kentikian. She survived the round, but the writing was on the wall. The punishment continued in the 3rd round, and the referee called a halt to the fight 50 seconds into the round, when Kentikian had Anchorena against the ropes and peppered her with a combination of 4 to 5 hard blows, without anything coming back. So it turned out to be an easy day at the office for the WBA champion; probably too easy for a world championship fight. We look forward to see Kentikian develop and show her potential against stiffer competition in the future. In the mixed exhibition match between Regina Halmich and Stefan Raab, Halmich won by a six-round unanimous decision. 
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March 24, 2007 - Skinner Park, in Trinidad & Tobago
Giselle Salandy, won a 10-round una. decision over Yvonne Reis.  The bout was a 10-round unification world title bout for six belts. Scores: 99-92, 99-92, 99-91. 
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March 24, 2007 in Tours, France
Aziza Oubaita
won by TKO6 over Polina Taliashvili.

March 24, 2007 - Centro de Convenciones Figaly, Panama City, Panama
Ogleidis Suarez
, 122,  won by (0:44 seconds) TKO3 Kathia Montuto, 120, pro debut. 
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March 24, 2007 - Kaliningrad, Russia
Sulfia Kutdyusova (Zulfia Koutdoussova)
, 141½, and Laris Berezenko, 147½,  fought to a draw by TD3 in a scheduled six round bout. 
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March 24, 2007 – San Pablo Laguna, Philippines
Bantamweight Geremie Tabastabas had a technical draw when Melvinia Atip suffered a three-inch cut on her forhead early into the second round. Terrence Mogg told WBAN, “Tabastabas displayed superior ring craft against tha hard hitting Atip. Very entertaining a pity the fight was stopped early due to accidential head but resulting in a deep cut to the fore head of Atip.” 
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March 24, 2007 - Double Tree, in Orange County, CA
Gloria Ramirez won a six-round unanimous decision over Crystal Morales, of California in a rematch. In their first meeting, Morales defeated Ramirez.
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March 24, 2007 -  Copenhagen, Denmark
Vinni Skovgaard, of Denmark, 139,  won a four-round unanimous decision over Eunice Miranda, 140½. Final judges scores were 40-36 on all cards. Skovgaard is now 2-0.
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March 24, 2007 – Gong Ju's Baekje Arena, Gongiu City, Korea
In front of a crowd of 3000 fans, Eun Young Kim, 118,  won a  10 round unanimous decision over Japan's Natsuki Fujimoto,
116 ¾. According to the IFBA,  Kim got off to quick start, clearly winning the first three rounds, and hung on to win the intercontinental IFBA bantamweight title. The courageous Japanese opponent rallied to almost even the score by 8th round, but Kim dug deep to take the 9th to pull it out. About 30 people came from Japan to cheer on Natsuki. In another bout, Super bantamweight Hee Jung Yuh, 120 ¼, won a four-round unanimous decision over Eun Hee Lee, 118. Final judges scores were 39-37, 40-36, and 39-37. In the main event, Ji Hye Woo dominated Chinese challenger Tian Meng to become the 7th Korean female world champion by unanimous 10 round decision. Woo was much stronger, and Meng had 2 points deducted for excessive holding.  The two were fighting for the vacant IFBA Super Featherweight title. Final judges scores were 99-89, 99-92, and 97-94. Source: IFBA/Boxrec  Logged in Master Search

March 23, 2007 - Cartagena of Indians, Colombia
Champion Ana "Dynamite" Pascal from Panamá improved
her record to 16-0-1 (10) with an unanimous decision
victory over Colombian challenger Paola "Furious" Rojas in a 12 round bout and retained her UBC World Super Lightweight Title. The bout was the main event, promoted by Pintoso Box at the Combat Colisseum night, in front of over 2,000, Friday in Cartagena of Indians, Colombia.  This was the first women's boxing 12 round bout in this country, and by open judge score cards system. The final judge scores were 120-112, 118-110 and 116-112. 
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March 23, 2007 - Deerfoot Inn & Casino, Calgary, Canada
Junior Lightweight Linda Ludwig won a four-round unanimous decison over Wendy Roy. Judges scores were 40-36.  
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March 23, 2007 -  Huntington Townhouse, Huntington Station, New York
Dominga Olivo
 won a six-round unanimous decision over Ella Nunez. This was a rematch for the two when in the first fight, Olivo won by a split decision.  Final judges scores were 57-56, 57-56, and 58-58. 
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March 23, 2007 - Salle Jean Lempereur, Aulnoye-Aymeries, Nord, France
Nathalie Toro won a 10-round unanimous decision over Daniela David for the vacant women’s European EBU lightweight title.  Final judges scores were 99-91, 99-92, and 99-91.
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March 22, 2007 - Isleta Casino, in Albuquerque, NM
Photo Gallery #419 (Press Conference; MPEG/Photo gallery #420 (weigh-in); Fight card Photo Gallery #420

In front of a sold-out crowd, at the, there were three women world title bouts televised on Fox Sports Net’s “Best Damn Sports Show Period”. In the first bout, veteran boxer Kelsey Jeffries, 123, of Gilroy, California, successfully defended her IFBA Featherweight world title against Rhonda Luna, 124, of Rowland Heights, California, winning by a 10-round split decision. This bout was a non-stop action bout, with Luna being the heavier hitter, and Jeffries throwing the sharper and quicker punches. Both boxers threw nice combinations, effective jabs and body shots. In the fourth round, Luna developed a fairly large lump on her forehead, which seemed to get larger as the fight continued. The seventh round was one of the most “brawling rounds” of the fight, with the two getting in a clash at the end of the round, throwing some wild exchanges. Final judges’ scores were 97-93 Jeffries, 96-94 Luna, and 96-94 Jeffries. In a second title bout, in a rematch, Jackie Chavez, 122, of Los Lunas, New Mexico, faced Southpaw Lisa “Bad News” Brown, 122, of Ontario, Canada. Chavez was defending her IFBA Jr. Featherweight world title against Brown this night. But, Chavez would not hold onto that title, when Brown defeated her by a 10-round unanimous decision. Final judges’ scores were 99-91, 97-93, and 97-94. The best round of the fight was in the fifth, when Chavez came alive at the end of the round, throwing a barrage of sharp combos with Brown pinned near the ropes. In the main event, Holly Holm, 143 ¼, Albuquerque, NM, and Ann Marie Saccurato, 141, White Plains, New York made history when they fought for six (IFBA, WIBA, GBU, WBC, IBA, WBA) welterweight world title belts. Holm and Saccurato did not disappoint boxing fans, when they had an all-out war for ten rounds. Holms won the 10-round unification title bout by a unanimous decision. Final judges’ scores were 98-91, 97-92, 97-92. WBAN has set up a special Comments Segment for this EVENT. To post comments,  Your Comments about this card, go here! 
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March 18, 2007 Lusaka, Zambia
Esther Phiri
won by an eight-round unanimous decision over Monika Petrova.

March 17, 2007 -  Companhia Athletica Brooklin, in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Junior welterweight Duda Yankovich, 137, of Brazil,  successfully defended her WIBA title against United States Belinda Laracuente, 136¼, by a 10-round unanimous decision. The final judges scores were 98-95, 97-94, and 98-95. In an eight round bout, super Bantamweight Simone Da Silva Duarte,121½, TKO’d Patricia Alejandra Quirico, 122, Argentina, in the sixth round. The two were fighting for a WIBA South American super bantaimweight title. (In a news report it stated the following: (Simone Aparecida da Silva defeated the Argentinian Patricia "La Leona" Quirico, who is 45 years old, by technical knockout early in the sixth round to win the WIBA South American super bantamweight title (55.338 kg). Simone, who is just 23 and has now won all four of her professional fights, commented: "Quirico kept holding me and even butted me in the face at one point. I'd been hoping to beat her, but to stop her was even better." She's going to carry on training hard and is hoping for a shot at the world title. She dyed her hair red for the fight.)   In another eight round bout for a local Brazilian title, Adriana Salles, 120½, won a split decision over Renata Ferreira, 117¼. Final judges scores 77-76, 78-77, 76-77.  Lastly, In a four-rounder, Caroline Teixeira, 135¼, won a four-round unanimous decision over Patricia Cristina Da Silva. Final judges scores were 40-36 on all cards. 
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March 17, 2007 – American Bank Center, Corpus Christi, Texas
Vanessa Juarez
, 121 ¼, won a six-round unanimous decision over Elizabeth Villarreal, 124 ¾. Final judges scores were 60-54, 60-54, and 59-55. 
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March 17, 2007 - Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle, Stuttgart, Germany -Promoter: Universum Box Promotion
Junior Welterweight Lucia Morelli, 137¼, TKO’d Olga Bojare, 1:41 in the third round of a scheduled six round bout.
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March 17, 2007 - Grand Casino Hinckley , Hinckley, Minnesota
Lightweight Kirstie Davis, 135, RTD KeLah Pollari, 132, 3:00 in the second round of a four-round bout.
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March 16, 2007 - Parque Revolución, Culiacán, Mexico
Featherweight Katty Mercado KO’d Gladys Valenzuela in the second round of a four-round bout.
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March 16, 2007 - Centro Recreacional Las Vegas, Barranquilla, Atlantico, Colombia
Super Flyweight Francia Bravo KO’d Delia Jimenez in the third round, of a scheduled four-round bout.  In a second women’s bout,  Bantamweight Lorena Carrillo KO’d Doris Ramirez in the first round. The fight was scheduled for four rounds. Logged in Master Search 

March 16, 2007 - The Factory, Franklin, Tennessee
Strawweight Stephanie Dobbs won a six-round unanimous decision over Natasha Wilburn. Final judges scores were 60-54, 60-54, and 59-55. Logged in Master Search 

March 16, 2007 - Rockingham Park, Salem, New Hampshire
Super featherweight Denise Moses, 129, won a four-round unanimous decision over LeAnne Villareal. Final judges scores were 40-36 on all cards.  Logged in Master Search 

March 16, 2007 - Madison Square Garden, New York
T'was the night before St. Patrick's Day, March 16, 2007, in The Theatre at Madison Square Garden, when Maureen Shea met Eva Lidia Silva for a Light Welterweight, scheduled 6 round bout.  With tonight's popular Irish Fight Card, every lad and lass in New York seemed packed into the house, chanting, shouting, beer, flags, whistles, cheers to the song of the Irish Rover, and likely saying goodbye to their voices for the remainder of the weekend. But often hidden by her Irish name few notice another fan base and influence that stems from Maureen’s Mexican heritage, her first language, Spanish.  Manager Luigi Olcese notes, "Sometimes there's a small group holding up a Mexican flag, chanting for her."  Tonight, she faces Eva Silva, from Mexico.  The first round both fighters felt each other out, getting in hits, but Maureen scored solid to Eva’s head and body. Through most of the second round Maureen continued to soften her opponent, and then turned on the fire near the finish with lefts and rights appearing from nowhere, catching Eva at will. The next round started like the end of the second, and while Eva bravely attempted to defend herself, Maureen let loose with a fury, picking her shots as the punches pressed Eva to the ropes. Too many blows to Eva’s face and combinations to her ribs, 1:06 into the third round, Maureen caulked up another TKO. Perhaps, Maureen Shea steps closer to a title, 10-0, but for now, simply time for a Bronx girl to celebrate her victory, and the holiday near Alma mater, Iona Collage. See also: The Beechmont Tavern. 
(Weights:  Shea, 134 - Silva, 140) Story
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March 15, 2007 - Ameristar Casino, in St. Charles, Missouri Photo Gallery #417 - Photos by Jim Compton
Hollie Dunaway
, 106.9,  won an eight-round unanimous decision over Wendy Rodriguez, 105.5.  Final judges scores were 80-72, 80-72, and 79-73.
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March 15, 2007 in Tbilisi, Georgia
Fikria Menteshasvili
won by a four-round unanimous decision over Marika Loninashvili.

March 10, 2007 - Santa Ana Star Casino, in Bernalillo, New Mexico
Pro debuters, strawweights Sonya Gurule, 104, won a four-round split decision over Suzanna Garvin, 105. Final judges scores were 37-39, 37-39 for Gurule, and 39-37 for Garvin.
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March 10, 2007 - Song Martial Arts, Atlanta, Georgia
Lightweight (135 lbs) Jacquelyn Breitenstein, of Atlanta, Georgia, making her pro debut, TKO'd Ashley Mooney, of North Carolina,  in the third round.   that just won a pro debut over pro debater Ashley Mooney. The fight was on the card featuring Jorge Lacierva.  Mooney failed to answer the bell for the third round. Breitenstein is trained by pro boxer Terri Moss.
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March 10, 2007 - Little Creek Casino in Shelton, WA
Photo Gallery #418 - Photos by Mike Blair

Dakota Stone out-boxed Tricia Turton through the middle rounds of an eight-round middleweight bout to claim the Washington State Boxing Council (WSBC) Championship.
Stone, though pursued throughout the first round, was able to gain the slight edge by landing the more accurate punches. That would continue to be the story in the next five rounds as well. In her pursuit of Stone, Turton too often lowered her head and bulled forward, swinging a bit too wide. That left Turton open for Stone's straight right or left, and Stone's reach advantage made the difference in those middle rounds. Stone appeared to tire a bit in rounds seven and eight, while Turton increased the pressure. In round seven, while Turton did catch Stone, she could not pile on enough shots to break Stone down, though she did enough to take the round. Deciding who won round 8 may have depended on where a person was sitting. Some saw Turton finally go to the body and pile up points. Others saw Stone covering up, blocking shots and throwing the straight right accurately enough to win the round.
After eight rounds the judges scores were 80-72; 77-75; and 78-74. Turton was no doubt disappointed. Stone was jubilant.
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March 10, 2007 - Nyayo National Stadium, Nairobi, Kenya
Kenyan Conjestina Achieng (10-4-3) won a non-title fight against Tanzanian Monica Mwakasanga (5-4-1)at Nyayo Stadium in Nairobi City. The Achieng displayed rare skills when she won in a 5th round TKO. Mwakasanga suffered a deep cut on her left eyebrow that forced the medics to advise the referee Shabaan Ogola to discontinue the fight. Achieng in the first of three non-title fights she has to win to be considered for any title challenges showed a different self when she comfortably switched to southpaw stance to contain her opponent. Mwakasanga gave a good account of herself despite suffering a second round knockdown.  Mwakasanga kept her form by avoiding skillfully Achieng's hard right throughout the rounds. The Tanzanian left the ring bleeding profusely from a devastating hook from Achieng, vowing to return to Kenya for another encounter against her old foe. The two have fought three times before with the kenyan winning three and Mwakasanga one fight in Tanzania.  The fights promoted by Atomic Bunde of Timebomb Promotions were aired live on KBC Channel 1 from 2pm to 6:30pm.  Release by Edward Sande (Excerpt with only women's bout)
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March 9, 2007 in Cordoba, Argentina
Cristina Pacheco
won by KO3 over Maria Carla Fuselli, debut.

March 9, 2007 - Santa Cruz, Argentina
Graciela Adriana Becerra
and Silvia Fernanda Zacarias fought to a four-round draw.

March 9, 2007 -Asunción, Paraguay
Super flyweight María José Nuñez Anchorena, 114¾, won by a first round TKO over Nomia Rodriguez de Oliveira,114¾, in a scheduled four round bout. The fight was stopped at 1:33 seconds, after Oliveira was Oliveira was down three times.
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March 9, 2007 - Soaring Eagle Casino, in Mount Pleasant, Michigan
Pro debuters, Junior flyweight Tara Davis, 107,  stopped Raechel Denevan, 107, in 52 seconds of the second round of a scheduled four rounder on the undercard.  Denevan took non-stop left hooks and jabs to the face and body and was bleeding from the nose and mouth.
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March 9, 2007 in Cordoba, Argentina
Cristina Pacheco
won by KO3 over Maria Carla Fuselli, debut.

March 9, 2007 - Santa Cruz, Argentina
Graciela Adriana Becerra
and Silvia Fernanda Zacarias fought to a four-round draw.

March 9, 2007 -Performing Arts Center, Oxnard, CA
Hometown boxer, Crystal Morales pulled off a split decision over long-time veteran Gloria Ramirez, by a six-round unanimous decision. Final judges scores were 46-58, 58-56 for Morales, and 58-56 for Ramirez. 
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March 4, 2007 - Chungmu Art Hall, Seoul, Korea
Super Flyweight Jung Mi Lee,115¾, won a four-round unanimous decision over Eun Hee Lee,  115¾.   Final judges scores were 39-37, 39-37, and 40-36.
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March 3, 2007 - K1 Fightclub, Nürnberg, Germany
Rebekka Herrmann, of Offenburg, Germany,   TKO'd Elena Miftode, Tulcea, Romania,  in the sixth round of a scheduled 10 rounder for the vacant GBU Female Intercontinental Flyweight Title. 
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March 3, 2007- Soumagne (Belgium)
Nathalie Toro, 138.2, of Belgium, won a six-round bout (points) over Loly Muñoz,135.4, of Barcelona, Spain.  Toro improves her record to 15-1-1 (6KO), and Muñoz is now 4-3-1 (3 KOs).   
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March 3, 2007- Orfeo Superdome, Córdoba (Central Argentina) Story by Ewan Whyte
Twenty minutes
weren't enough to separate challenger Jackie Nava, 121½,  of Mexico and WBC champion Alejandra Oliveras, 121½,  of Argentina and the judges couldn't either, so the local girl keeps the title. As was the case in their previous meeting when she fought for six rounds with a broken hand, Oliveras again displayed fantastic courage against an opponent with superior technique; this time the handicap was a swelling that left her unable for much of the fight to see out of her right eye and especially vulnerable therefore to left hooks. On the same bill, Carolina Marcela "Chapita" Gutiérrez Gaite, 118,  lost her unbeaten record – though not her UBC world title – when the judges gave her compatriot Bettina Garino, 122,  the nod after four rounds.  Logged in Master Search 

March 3, 2007- SlimTrax Gym, Budapest, Hungary
Photo Gallery #414 - by JollyDee
In front of a full crown, 250 spectators, Krisztina Belinszky, 102.5, outpointed Beatrix Farago, 110.5. This fight originally was scheduled for February 19, 2007.  The Hungarian federation cancelled this fight because of the three weight class difference between two fighters. Now Belinszky and Farago fought under an Austrian license and EBF (European Boxing Federation) supervision. The Austrian referee René Netolicky scored 79-75 for Belinszky. Belinszky and Farago entering the ring next time end of April or early May for vacant EBF minimumweight and vacant EBF flyweight female title.
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March 3, 2007 Houston, Texas
Emily Kelly
,  114½ TKO  Casandra Soto, 116, in the first round.  Also, Melissa Alicea, 125 won a four-round unanimous decision over Blanca Cotto, 124.
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March 3, 2007- Narobi, Kenya
Agnes Adongo [2-3-1]and Kenyan Jane Kavulani [4-6-2]
fought to a draw in a six round fight, while Judy Waguthi [2-1-0] overwhelmed Rukia Narikare [0-3-0]. Kenyan Fatuma Zarika Njeri won a decision over Bulgarian Galina Koleva Ivanova in a 10 round fight that saw the Kenyan girl have trouble with her first southpaw opponent. The taller Galina used her reach well, keeping away from Zarika's right while making rightly timed jabs throughout the fight. By the 7th round, the fight could have gone either way as Zarika
constantly failed to make the fight from inside to counter the smooth movement of the Bulgarian. However Zarika came strongly in the last two rounds to stamp her authority over the game.  The fights were promoted by Osaga Promotions with
close cooperation with newly formed Samdove Promotions. The fights were aired live on TV, KBC Channel 1 from the Grand Regency Ballroom.
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March 3, 2007 - Manila, Philippines
Strawweight Gretchen Abaniel a four-round unanimous decision over Baina Lindo.
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March 2, 2007 - Palais des Sports Gerland, Lyon, Rhone, France
Featherweight Myriam Chomaz, won by a second round KO over Marta Chojnoska. The fight was scheduled for six rounds.
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March 2, 2007 - Qwest Arena, Boise, Idaho
Idaho's Beth Westover won a four-round unanimous decision over Kerri Hill. Also Juliet Barnhardt TKO'd 1:37 seconds over Michelle Ould
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March 1, 2007 - Imsil, Jeollabukdo, Korea
In front of a sold out crowd,  IFBA Bantamweight champion Gi Young Kim, 115, successfully defended her title by a 10-round unanimous decision over Chinese challenger Shen Dan Yue, 113¼. According to the IFBA, “Shen Dan Yue stalked the quicker Kim all throughout the fight, but was not able to counter Kim's jabs and strong right hand.” The final judges scores were 97-93, 97-94, and 97-95. In another women’s bout on the card, super flyweight Eun Young Hun, 115½, won a four-round unanimous decision over Sun Young Kim, 115. The judges scores were 40-35 on all cards. The event was promoted by Shin, Woon-Chul. 
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