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SEPTEMBER 2007

September 30, 2007 Blautal Center, in Ulm, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
In front of 1,500 people, Rola El-Halabi of Ulm, Germany, won the vacant WIBF European Championship in the lightweight division, when she defeated Bulgarian Galina Gumliiska by a 10 round unanimous decision.  In two other women's bouts, junior flyweight Ozlem Sahin, of Ludwigsburg, Germany TKO'd Albena Atseva, of Bulgaria in the second round. The bout was scheduled for four rounds.  Also, Kira Schnürer from Karlsruhe, Germany. won by points over Monika Petrova, of Bulgaria. The bout was in the featherweight division and scheduled for four rounds.

September 30, 2007 in Salvador, Brazil
Halana Santos
won a four-round decision over Roberta Texeira, pro debut.

September 29, 2007 – Valledupar, Cesar Colombia
Junior welterweight Ana Pascal TKO'd Yidi Meza in the second round of a 10-round bout. Logged in Master Search

September 29, 2007 - Reval Hotel Latvija, Riga, Latvia
Junior welterweight Natalija Dolgova won an eight-round split decision over Irina PelihaLogged in Master Search

September 29, 2007 - Event Center, Casper, Wyoming
Heavyweight Samantha Kalber won by a fifth round TKO over Lydia Olsen Jones in a scheduled six-rounder.  Also,  middleweight Veronica Mahling KO'd Ivonne Gongora in the first round of a scheduled four-rounder. Logged in Master Search

September 29, 2007 - Club Afrique, Nairobi, Kenya
Super bantamweight Fatuma Zarika  (Njeri) won by a first round TKO over Nantongo Mulinde in a scheduled six round bout. Also, featherweight Judy Nyaguthi won a four-round unanimous decision over Shabilla Namagga. Logged in Master Search

September 29, 2007 - Fit & Sun Center, Grimma, Sachsen, Germany
Welterweight Juliane Koffnit won by a third round TKO over Danielle Camerling. The bout was scheduled for four rounds.
Logged in Master Search

September 28, 2007 - Royal Tennis Hall, Stockholm, Sweden
Junior Welterweight Anna Ingman, won a four-round unanimous decision over Borislava Goranova.
Logged in Master Search

September 28, 2007 – Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Lightweight Jelena Mrdjenovich, 133½,  won a 10-round unanimous decision over Kelli Cofer, 131,  for the WIBF Lightweight title. Final judges scores were 99-91 on all cards. Also, Michelle Nelson, 112, won by a four-round unanimous decision over Bria Lace Lowe, 110. Lastly, Linda Ludwig, 135, won by a four-round majority decision over Monique Duval, 134½.  Final judges scores were 39-37, 38-38, 40-36.
Logged in Master Search

September 27, 2007 - Tachi Casino, in Lemoore, CA
Photo Gallery #444 over 65 huge photos)  Photo Gallery #445 Dunaway vs. Moreno

Ann Marie Saccurato, 133½, of White Plains, New York, became the new WBC Lightweight world champion when she stopped Jessica Rakoczy, 134, Las Vegas, Nevada, 1:58 seconds of the 10th round. (Check out WBAN's Ranking Analysis on this bout.) In a second women’s title bout, Carina Moreno, 104½, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Hollie Dunaway. Moreno won the WBC Strawweight (Minimum) World title. Final judges scores were 100-90 on all cards. (Check out WBAN's Ranking Analysis on this bout.)
Logged in Master Search

September 22, 2007 - at the Iceoplex at SouthPointe, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Junior welterweight Michelle Linden fought to a four-round draw with Michelle Garland, who was making her pro debut. 

September 22, 2007 - Punta del Este, Uruguay
Soledad Macedo
, pro debut, and Yolanda Beatriz Cardoso fought to a four-round draw.

September 22, 2007 in Vodice, Croatia
Irma Balijagic
won by TKO5 over Fedora Celik.

September 21, 2007 - Meadowbrook Music Festival, in Rochester Hills, Michigan  Photo Gallery #446
Border City Boxing Club's Jeannine "Heartless"Garside TKO'd (1:10 seconds) Brooke "No Mercy" Dierdorff, of Illinois in the sixth round, in a scheduled six round bout. Both fighters carried undefeated records into the ring, and there was no love lost between the two from the opening bell. Garside knocked Dierdorff down three times, before referee Frank Garza called a halt to the bout in round six.  Garside's record improved to 8-0-1, while Dierdorff's fell to 4-1-1.
Full Story with Photos Logged in Master Search

September 21, 2007 - Hansehalle, Luebeck, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Derya Torun, 118½, won a six-round split decision over Viktoria Oleynik, 117½.   

September 21, 2007 in Merrillville, Indiana
 Mary McGee
won by TKO1 over Willicia Moorehead
Report:  "McGee TKO'd Moorehead in First Round (Chuckle)"
by Sue TL Fox, Read More Folks....>>> Ranking Analysis

September 21, 2007 - Santa Ana Star Casino, Bernalillo, New Mexico Ranking Analysis
Welterweight Holly Holm, 142, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Angel Martinez, 142. She won the IFBA Welterweight world title.  On the undercard Ada "The Ace" Velez, 122, of Hollywood, Florida, won a majority decision over Jackie Chavez, 122, of New Mexico, in a scheduled six-round bout.
Full Story with photos   Logged in Master Search

September 20, 2007 – Sagebrush Cantina, Calabasas, California
Ava Knight
, 115½, KO’d 1:16 seconds,  Katarina De La Cruz, 116, in the first round. The fight was scheduled for four rounds.

September 18, 2007 in Bahia, Brazil
Halana Santos
won by KO1 over Dane Silva.

September 16, 2007 - Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada - Ranking Analysis
Super bantamweight Jackie Nava, 122, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Donna Biggers, 122, for the WBC super bantamweight title. Scorecards were 100-90. Logged in Master Search

September 16, 2007-  Grand Hilton Hotel,  Seoul, South Korea
 IFBA Bantamweight Champion Terri Cruz, 115¾,  lost her title to Eun Young Kim, 117½, who won by a 10-round split decision in their rematch for the IFBA Bantamweight Championship.  Judges scores, 95-96, 95-96, 97-95. Logged in Master Search

September 15, 2007- Muntinlupa City, Philippines
Geremie Tabastabas
won by a four-round unanimous decision over Baina Londo.

September 15, 2007 - Campo Grande, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil - Ranking Analysis
Duda Yankovich, 137¾, of Brazil, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Liliana Palmera, 135½. Yankovich successfully defended her WIBA junior welterweight title. In an eight-round bout bantamweight Simone Da Silva Duarte, 117, won an eight-round unanimous decision over Paulina Cardona, 117¼. Final judges scores were 80-71 on all cards. On the undercard, junior welterweight Leticia Rojo, 140, TKO’d Sueli Caroline Abreu, 139, in the second round of a scheduled four-round bout. Lastly, junior welterweight Tatiana Giordano, 140, TKO’d Gislane Vieira dos Santos, 138½, in the first round of a scheduled four round bout.  Logged in Master Search

September 15, 2007 - Club Rivadavia, Arata, La Pampa, Argentina
Welterweight Monica Acosta, 141, making her pro debut, won by a four-round unanimous decision over Etel Cristina Arano, 141½.   Logged in Master Search

September 15, 2007 - Estadio U.P.C.N., Los Hornos, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Super flyweight Carolina Raquel Duer won a four-round unanimous decision over  Augustina del Valle Aybar. Final judges scores were 40-38, 40-37, and 40-36 ½. The two were having their pro debut.  Logged in Master Search

September 15, 2007 -  Frankie`s BF Arena, Oberpullendorf, Burgenland, Austria
Bantamweight Doris Koehler won a six-round unanimous decision over Petra BuchbergerLogged in Master Search

September 15, 2007 - Lofberg Arena, Karlstad, Sweden
Middleweight Asa Sandell, 158¾, of Sweden, had a six-round draw with Teresa Perozzi, 156½, of Bermuda. Final judges scores were 57-57, 57-57, and 57-57. The two were fighting for the World Boxing Empire Middleweight Title. In a six rounder..? 

September 15, 2007 - Stadthalle, Rostock, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany - Ranking Analysis
Super flyweight Alesia Graf won a 10-round unanimous decision over Zulina Munoz. Graf won the GBU super flyweight title. Final judges scores were 97-92, 96-93, and 97-92.   Logged in Master Search

September 14, 2007 in Nayarit, Mexico
Esmeralda Moreno
won by TKO8 over Magaly Avalos.

September 14, 2007 - at the Palasport, in Rovigo, Italy
Ranking Analysis Stefania Bianchini, 110¼, of Italy, defended her WBC Flyweight title against United States Eileen Olszewski, 110.  The two fought to a 10-round majority draw. Final judges scores were 95-95,  95-95, and 97-93.  

September 14, 2007 -  the Forum, in Horsens, Denmark, and promoted by Team Palle - Ranking Analysis
Anita Christensen
, 117¼,  defeated Bettina Gabriela Garino, 116, by a 10-round unanimous decision. Christensen retained her WBA, WBC, and GBU belts. The judges scored the bout 100-90, 99-91 & 99-91. It is reported from the the card, that a very aggressive Garino made life difficult for Christensen in the early rounds, while the Danish word champion looked more convincing in the later rounds of the fight. In another women's bout,
Vinni Skovgaard, 137¾, of Vejle, Denmark, won a six-round unanimous decision  over Angel McKenzie, 139, of London, by 60-54 on all three score cards. KNOCK-OUT.dk reports, that the taller and stronger Skovgaard controlled the fight with her jab, whereas  McKenzie had very little luck with her work on the inside.  Logged in Master Search

September 13, 2007- Montevideo, Uruguay
Maria Eugenia Lopez
won by a four-round unanimous decision over Guillermina Fernandez.

September 12, 2007 - Super Stereo Hall, Dar es Salaam, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Super middleweight Monica Mwakasanga won an eight round unanimous decision over Patroda Lihavi. Final judges scores were 79-75 on all three cards.  Logged in Master Search

September 9, 2007 - in Nova Pazova, Serbia
Jovana Neskovic
won by a four-round unanimous decision over Ines Celik, pro debut.

September 9, 2007 – L.P. Gym, Nové Zámky, Slovakia
Junior flyweight Elena Miftode won a four-round bout by points over Klaudia FerenciLogged in Master Search

September 8, 2007 -Nairobi, Kenya
Jane Kavulani
won by KO4 over Consolato Awuor.

September 8, 2007 - Edinburg, Texas
Pena vs. Soto
Yoli Pena
, pro debut, won by KO1 over Cassandra Soto.

September 8, in El Maranon, Panama
Shantel Martinez
won by a four-round unanimous decision over Kathia Montuto; Abigail Billar, pro debut, and Carolina Montenegro fought to a four-round draw.

September 8, 2007 in Bahia, Brazil
Halana Santos
won by KO3 over Larissa Brates.

September 8, 2007 -Maritim Hotel, in Berlin, Germany, Natascha Ragosina, 167, stopped Gardy Pena, 161¾,  at 1:41 seconds of the second round in a scheduled 10-round title bout. Ragosina won the vacant WIBA super middleweight, and the WBA and WIBF super middleweight title. In other women’s bouts, bantamweight Okasana Vasilyeva, 118, TKO’d Natascha Guthier, 117½, 0:43 seconds in the fourth round and Vasilyeva won the WIBF bantamweight title; welterweight Svetlana Kuhl, 144½, TKO’s Tatjana Dieckmann, 146¾, 0:34 seconds of the second round, scheduled for six; and lastly, Elina Tissen, 122¾, won a four-round majority decision over Olga Bojare, 124¼. Logged in Master Search

September 7, 2007 -  Düsseldorf,  Germany
Susianna Kentikian successfully defended her WBA flyweight title when she TKO'd Shanee Martin in the 3rd round. In another bout, Karolina Lukasik, TKO'd Garbriela Zapata in the eight round.  Lukasik won the WIBF and vacant GBU junior middleweight titles.  In a six-round super flyweight Magdalena Dahlen won a six-round unanimous decision over  Petra Jachmanova. Final judges scores were 60:55, 59:55, 59:55.  Lastly, flyweight Rebekka Herrmann won a six-round unanimous decision over Maria Kriwoschapkina.  Final judges scores were 59:56, 58:56, 60:55. 

 

September 7, 2007 -Broncos Leagues Club, Queensland, Australia
Lightweight Angela (Angie) Parr, 136¾,  won a six-round split decision over pro debuter Nive Moefaauo, 134½.  Final judges scores were 58-57, 56-58, 59-56. Logged in Master Search

September 7, 2007 -Soaring Eagle Casino, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan
Tara Davis, 104, won a four-round unanimous decision over  Treasure Saunders. Final Judges scores were 40-36 on all cards. 

September 5, 2007 -  Cipriani, on Wall Street, in New York City, New York
Maureen Shea, of Bronx, New York, won by TKO  (1:42 seconds) in the second round over Jessica Mohs, of Phoenix, Arizona.  The bout was scheduled for six rounds on the undercard. Logged in Master Search

September 2, 2007 -  Donggu Culture Hall, Daegu, South Korea Promoted by In-Shik Ko : MK Promotion
Ran Lim, 131¾, won a four-round unanimous decision over Min-Young Lee, 132; Ha-Na Kim, 114, won a 10-round split decision over Hwa-Won Lee, 114¼. Ha-Na won the IFBA super flyweight title.
 Logged in Master Search

September 2, 2007 - National Sports Development Centre, Lusaka, Zambia
Featherweight Pamela Kamphili won a four-rounder by points over Jota Sumaili.   Logged in Master Search

September 2, 2007 - Universal Hall, Mitte, Berlin, Germany
Nadia Raoui, 110¼, pro debut, won a four-round unanimous decision over Doris Koehler, 114¼.   Logged in Master Search

September 1, 2007 - Tunica, Mississippi
Welterweight Nicole Woods won a four-round unanimous decision over Kita Watkins.   Logged in Master Search

September 1, 2007 - Karlsruhe, Germany - story and photos by Uwe Betker
On September 1st, four weeks after his last boxing show, Juergen Lutz, the man who discovered the female boxing legend Regina Halmich, presented another female boxing contest in Karlsruhe, Germany. As before, the show was an open-air event, presented by Regina Halmich and as before most matches were sparring fights. The audience on the Europaplatz could watch four regular fights in which German boxers encountered French fighters. One could not help though, but be surprised at some of the outcomes. In super flyweight class Pia Mazelanik (4-2-1) found herself up to Loret Ikufu. The smaller fighter Ikufu threw more punches and put her opponent under pressure right from the start. Mazelanik, in turn, found her pace only late but then managed to land the harder punches. She was declared the winner on points. A draw would have been a fairer result; The match between Stefanie Penkwitt (12-1-0) and Lucy Mairot took a similar course. Penkwitt was technically the better boxer, but had difficulties coping with the energy and willpower of the French flyweight Mairot. Penkwitt landed the harder punches but she was too passive and she paused too often and too long, which got her into trouble more than once. After four rounds she was declared the winner, a decision that was booed by the crowd. Again, a draw would have been a more suitable result. In contrast, the draw which Lena Ersahin (2-1-0) got away with was a bizarre decision. The featherweight Ersahin was clearly inferior to the much taller Keninde Obarek. Again and again Ersahin went into yet another clinch with her opponent and got just another beating. At the end of the fight the lump on her forehead, the bruises and swelling around her cheekbones and a black eye made it quite clear who had taken the beating in this fight. The only match whose outcome was entirely undisputed was the fight between Özlem Asiye Sahin (1-0-0) und Elsa Capell. To take on the much taller Capell, Sahin, whose actual division is light flyweight, had to go up a weight class. Sahin completely dictated the match from start to finish demonstrating the technical deficits of her opponent. In the second and third round the much smaller Sahin almost knocked Capell out, but the tough and strong-minded French fighter managed to remain on her feet. It will be fascinating to watch the further professional development of Sahin, who is at the beginning of her career. Anyway, it does not seem too early to say that she is one of the biggest talents of female boxing in Germany. Photos

 

 
     
     

 

 

 

 

     
     
     

 

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