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AUGUST 2008

August 30, 2008 Arena Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico
Super flyweight Ana Maria Torres, 115, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Esmeralda Moreno, 114.5.  The two were fighting for the Interim WBC super flyweight title.  Judges scores were 99-91, 98-92, 99-91.  [Logged into master search] Pre-Fight Report

August 30, 2008 – Salt Lake City, Utah – promoted by Eddie Flash Newman
Welterweight Tatina Anderson, 147, won by a second round KO over Sarra Wells, 147. The fight was scheduled for four rounds.

August 30, 2008, at the Bette Rae Thomas Rec Arena, in Charlotte, North Carolina,
Junior middleweight Bonnie Mann lost to Nicole Woods by a six-round unanimous decision. The scoring was 60-54 on all cards.WBAN had been contacting earlier in the week before this fight, and Mann told us that this would be her final fight in the sport. After the fight WBAN wrote and said, “Well I did not have the outcome that one would hope for on your final fight of your professional career; however it was still one of the most remarkable nights of my career. I would like to thank Team Woods and especially Nicole Woods herself. She displayed class and professionalism well beyond her time in boxing. It will be a pleasure to watch her and the rest of the women in boxing continue to propel us forward with positive recognition. I will continue to be involved with boxers. I will now transition to the other opportunities that are available within boxing. I look forward to remaining active in the boxing community in whatever capacity I see fit.”  More    Pre-fight Report

August 30, 2008 - Düsseldorf, Germany
Video of Kentikian vs. Finer
Susianna Kentikian, 111¾,  had to dig deep to retain her WBA and WIBF Flyweight titles against a very determined and top fit Hagar Shmoulefeld Finer, 110, of Israel last night in Düsseldorf. It was obvious, that Kentikian had problems coping with the unorthodox and aggressive boxing style of Shmoulefeld Finer. Kentikian usually goes forward and controls the action in her fights, but the experienced Israelite simply didn't allow her to do that. She kept Kentikian busy in the early rounds, and her good defence prevented champion to do much damage with her fast combination. Kentikian had difficulties finding the range, especially in the first half of the fight, and probably gave 2 - 3 of the first 5 rounds away to the challenger.  The second half of the fight saw Kentikian standing her ground and seeking infight, instead of going backwards and counter box Shmoulefeld Finer. This eliminated the reach advantage of the taller Shmoulefeld, and Kentikians combinations began to work. The champion got through with some telling punches, but they hardly showed any effect on the game Shmoulefeld. The last 3 rounds were toe to toe, and although both fighters showed signs of fatigue, it looked as if the larger number of telling punches from the champion, had taken its toll on the Israely fighting machine. The judges scored the fight 97-93, 98-92 and 99-91, all in favor of Kentikian. Credit to both boxers for producing a fast and action packed fight, even though the awkward, but efficient style of Hagar Shmoulefeld, did make it look messy at times.Another women's title fight saw Rebekka Herrmann, 110½,  (10-1-0) do battle with Anastasia Toktaulova,108¼. (12-9-0) for the vacant GBU Flyweight title. This ended in a MD, with the scores, 97-93, 97-94 and 95-95, for the Russian Toktaulova. [Logged into master search] Full Story

August 30, 2008 – Charter Hall, Nairobi, Kenya
Featherweight Everlyne Odero, 126¾, won a six-round unanimous decision over Jane Kavulani, 122¼. Final judges scores 57-59, 56-58, and 55-60. [Logged into master search]

August 30, 2008 - Gimnasio Pandeportes-La Basita, David, Panama
Bantamweight Shantel Martinez, 118, KO’d Kathia Montuto, 118, in the third round [1:28]of a scheduled four round bout. [Logged into master search]

August 30, 2008 - Atlanta, Georgia
"The Truth" Charmaine Carrington defeated a very tough Cimberly Harris in a four-round unanimous decision. The fight was broadcast live online. "We would like to thank the WBAN for all the support in making the show a success. We had a lot of people all over the world that bought the fight online. WBAN was a big factor in our global success." states Adrian L. Patrick, CEO of KO KINGS BOXING.
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August 29, 2008 - Mohegan Sun Casino, Uncasville, Connecticut
Featherweight Christina Leadbeater, 123, won a four-round split decision over Karen Dulin, 124½. Final judges scores were 37-39,  37-39, 39-38.  Also, in another women's bout, welterweight Adelita Irizarry, 145½, defeated Yvonne Reis, 145½, in a four rounder. Final judges scores were 40-36, 40-36, and 39-37. [Logged into master search]

August 29, 2008 - Grand Casino, Hinckley, Minnesota
Kirstie Davis, 127, won a four-round unanimous decision over Jessica Bednark, 132. [Logged into master search]

August 29, 2008 – Carazinho, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Super bantamweight Michelle Larissa Bonassoli won by a fourth round KO over Maria Jose Nunez in a scheduled six-round bout.  In another women’s bout, bantamweight Valeria Dos Santos KO’d Noelia Ramirez in the second round of a four-rounder. [Logged into master search]

August 29, 2008 - Atlanta, Georgia
After being inactive since 2004, Rolanda Andrews, 6-7-1 (3 KOs), returned to the ring last night at the Center Stage Theater, in Atlanta, Georgia. Jr. Featherweight Andrews stopped Leslie McNamara in the second round
in a scheduled four-rounder on the undercard. [Logged into master search]

August 23, 2008 – El Foro, Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Flyweight Mariana Juarez, 110¾, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Diana Gonzalez, 115.   Final judges scores were 97-93, 96-93, 94-93.  [Logged into master search]

August 23, 2008 - Karlsruhe, Germany
Lucia Morelli improved her record to 11-0-0 (6K0), when she won the International German Welterweight Title against Tatjana Dieckmann, now 1-4-0.  According to a local source, Dieckmann was simply too slow for Morelli, and was heavily marked in the face after the first round. Morelli ended the fight 1:20 into the 3rd round with a cracking straight left, which sent her opponent to the floor. Dieckman failed to get off the floor within the 10 count, so Morelli can add a KO victory to her record.  Dieckman's last fight was against Norwegian prospect Cecilia Brækhus, and resulted in a 6 round unanimous decision for Brækhus.  Two other women's bouts ended in points decisions for Pia Mazelanik (5-2-1) over Fleis Djendji (0-3-0) of Serbia and Maya Frenzel (8-6-2) over pro debuter Janina Bentz
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August 22, 2008 - Sociedad de Fomento Rafael Castillo, Rafael Castillo, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Junior welterweight Maria Elena Maderna, 137, won a four-round unanimous decision over Guillermina Fernandez, 134¼. [Logged into master search]

August 22, 2008 - Johnson County Fairgrounds, Iowa City, Iowa
Junior lightweight Katy Klinefelter, 131, in her pro debut, stopped Diamond Martinez, 134,  of Denver by technical TKO [2:24] of the first round. In a second women’s bout bantamweight Emily Klinefelter, 117,  KO’d [1:48] Ana Hub, 114, pro debut in the first round.  [Logged into master search]

August 22, 2008 - “August Annihilation” Twin River, Providence, Rhode Island - Report by Ken Castro/Ringside
Featherweight Sandy Tsagouris, 128,  (8-1, 3 KOs), Toronto, Canada won a six round unanimous decision over Adawirky Lopez, 126,  (1-1, 0 KOs), Tampa, FL. Final judges scores were 58-55 on all cards.  [Logged into master search]

 

August 21, 2008 - Tachi Casino Hotel & Resort, in Lemoore, California  Photo Gallery #489 - Flash photo slideshow
Carina “La Reina” Moreno, 104.4, of Watsonville, California, won a 10-round decision over Yahaira Martinez, 106, of Puerto Rico. Moreno's fight was made a non-title bout for the WBC due to Martinez not making weight.  In a second women’s bout,  Dominga Olivo, 120, of New York, won a close split decision over Ana Julaton, 121.2,. 77-75 (Olivo), 77-75 (Julaton), and 79-73 (Olivo)The two fought for the super bantamweight WBC International title.   Ed Pearson of the WBC said in a press release, "We have some results from a show last night in Lemoore,  California.  Moreno was prepared to fight for the WBC World female  Strawweight title went ahead as a non-title fight because Yahaira Martinez failed to make the weight."  "Martinez weighed in 2.8 pounds over the 105 pound limit. Another reason why we have to have the 30 and 7 day weigh in results. Some people don’t seem to think it’s a big deal, but sometimes, like this, it comes back to hurt them when they don’t do it. Had Carina Moreno lost the fight, the title would have been vacated. Carina Moreno won a unanimous decision with scores of 100-90 (x2) and 97-93", added Pearson. [Logged into master search]

 

August 22, 2008 - Knox Netball Centre, Ferntree Gully (Melbourne), Victoria, Australia
Super bantamweight Susie Ramadan, 119½, TKO’d Satreelek Paradorngym, 119, in the fourth round of a scheduled 8 round bout. [Logged into master search]

August 19, 2008 - Centro de Convenciones Atlapa
Panama City, Panama
Flyweight Yatzuri Gordón won a four-round-unanimous decision over Damiana Durán, in the 108-lb weight class. [Logged into master search]

August 17, 2008 - El Dorado Municipal Auditorium, El Dorado, Arkansas
Heavyweight Monica McGowan makes a convincing “reason” why WBAN has discontinued ratings for the heavier weight classes---apparently there is just too little of competition. [WBAN change in ratings]  McGowan, now 14-3-0 (10KO), fought against a 0-0-0 boxer--Toni Weaver. According to BoxRec, Weaver was KO”d in the first 20 seconds of the first round in a scheduled four rounder. McGowan, a previously world ranked boxer with WBAN has now fought three women boxers in her last three bouts, who barely have "scratched the surface" in regards to experience in the sport as of yet.
Prior to McGowan fighting Weaver, she fought 0-0-0 Gayle Eidschum on June 19, 2008, TKO’ing her in the first round; and 0-2-0 Celeste Smith on June 9, 2007; TKO’ing her in the first round.
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August 17, 2008 - Renaissance Portsmouth Hotel, Portsmouth, Virginia
Heavyweight Tiffany Woodard, 209, won a four-round unanimous decision over Tanzee Daniels, 219. [Logged into master search]

August 15, 2008 -  Orleans Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada
Layla McCarter
, 133, of Las Vegas,  won a 10-round (3min) unanimous decision over Loly Munoz, 133,  of Spain. Final judges scores were 100-90, 97-93, and 98-92.  Courtesy Photos by Ray Spencer
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August 15, 2008 - Gimnasio Club Nacional de Guichón, Paysandu, Uruguay
Super flyweight Adriana Herrera, 114¾, TKO’d [2:30] pro debuter Claudia Lomazzi, 114, in the fifth round of a six round bout. 
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August 15, 2008 -  Citizen Gymnasium, Daegu, South Korea
Bantamweight Manami Arima, 117¾, of Tokyo, Japan, won a 10-round majority decision over Eun-Young Kim, of South Korea. The two were fighting for an IFBA bantamweight title.  Final judges scores were 95-96, 94-95, 95-95. [Logged into master search]

August 12, 2008 - Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Flyweight Kazumi Izaki, 110¼, of  Kanagawa, Japan, won a six-round unanimous decision over Satoko Kamimura, 111, of Tokyo, Japan. Final judges scores were 55-60, 56-60, and 56-59.  [Logged into master search]

August 11, 2008 - Tokyo, Japan
In the Main Event last night at the Tokyo Dome in Tokyo, Japan, Westchester's own Ann-Marie Saccurato, 136,  defeated World Champion Emiko Fujin Raika, 134½,  to become a three-time WBC Lightweight World Champion!  The scores were 98-92, 97-92, 97-93,  all in favor of Saccurato. Last November, Ann-Marie fought Raika in Toyko and received a very questionable and head scratching loss for the WIBA title in which Emiko Fujin Raika was also the promoter of the fight. To quiet the skeptics, Ann-Marie came out strong in the first round and landed several powerful right hands, breaking Raika's nose. The battle continued with Ann-Marie boxing on the outside and Raika having a hard time finding her with her punches.  In the sixth round, Raika landed a head butt, which cost her a point on the judges scorecards. Ann-Marie suffered a cut from the head butt which required stitches after the fight, but her corner was able to control the bleeding and Ann-Marie continued to out-box Raika with her skill and incredible punching power.  Ann-Marie has now fought for, and won, the WBC Lightweight World Championship belt three times- having the distinct honor of beating World Champions Jelena Mrdjenovich, Jessica Rakoczy and Emiko Fujin Raika-all in their own hometowns. Also, in another women's bout, minimumweight Momo Koseki, 101¼, won by a KO [48 seconds] in the second round over [Chirawadee Sisuk]Winyu Paradorn Gym, 102,  in a 10 round bout. They were fighting for the WBC strawweight title.   Full Fight Report
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August 9, 2008 – Radisson Hotel, Columbia, South Carolina
Junior middleweight Rachel Clark TKO’d [91 seconds] Lisa Bolen in the first round of a scheduled four-rounder. [Logged into master search]

August 9, 2008 – L V Williams Boys and Girls Club, Russellville, Arkansas
Junior flyweight Nikki Verbeck, 108,  TKO’d [1:54] Frita Scantling, 100,  in the first round of a four-round bout. [Logged into master search]

August 9, 2008- Ngara, Kenya
In the only female fight on the card, Benedetta Kaloki, 125.4, had to make quick adjustments to overcome debut Sarah Achieng, 126.1. Achieng came with all guns blazing in the first round, and managed to rock Kaloki with some good overhand rights. Achieng who enjoyed a better hand reach obviously won the first round, and fans thought she would cause an upset against her opponent. However, quick fight plan adjustments by her corner so her come on top in the remaining three rounds. Fighting from outside well out of reach of the long armed Achieng, Kaloki got her act together and picked of Achieng on the back foot, scoring well and ensuring that her third professional fight was sealed. Kaloki won by a majority decision, with final scores of 39-39, 40-39, 40-39. Full Fight card report by Edward Sande 
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August 8, 2008 -  San Luis Potosí
Flyweight Candy "La Rubia" Sandoval won an eight-round unanimous decision over Magdalena Leija. [Logged into master search]

August 8, 2008 - Club Manuel J. Campos, General Acha, La Pampa, Argentina
Junior welterweight Monica Acosta won a six-round unanimous decision over Anabel Amarillo. Final judges scores were 60-54, 60-54, and 60-56. [Logged into master search]

August 8, 2008 - Ferst Center for the Arts, in Atlanta, Georgia
Super middleweight Ijeoma Egbunine won a six-round unanimous decision over Lisa Ested.
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August 8, 2008 - Club Sol de América, Formosa, Argentina
Featherweight Antonia Ayala Vazquez won a six-round unanimous decision over Sonia Paladino. Final judges scores were 59-55, 60-57, and 60-57. [Logged into master search]

August 8, 2008 - Club Huracán, Tres Arroyos, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Super flyweight pro debuter Ivone Cordoba won a four-round unanimous decision over Carolina Duer. Final judges scores were 40-38, 39-38, 39-38.  Fight Report by Ewan Whyte
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August 8, 2008 - Coliseo Antonio R. Barcelo, Toa Baja, Puerto Rico
Bantamweight Keyla Arroyo, 118, won a four-round unanimous decision over Amarilis Adorno, 114 ½. [Logged into master search]

August 2, 2008 -  U.S. Steel Yard, in Gary, Indiana
Mary McGee, 133 ½, of Gary, now 15-0-0 (9KO) won by a second round TKO [1:53] over Tonya Gallegos, 131.9, now 4-9-0 (2KO). The fight was scheduled for eight rounds; Also, Evette Collazo, 128, won a four-round unanimous decision over Kerri Hill, 127.  Final judges scores were 40-36 on all cards.
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August 2, 2008 - Gimnasio Yuyin Luzcando, Betania, Panama
Flyweight Laura Ledezma, remained undefeated when she defeated Carlota Sanchez by TKO [0:48] of the second round of a scheduled four round bout. [Logged into master search]

August 2, 2008 - Monteria, Colombia
Fans in Montería, who were surprised at the weigh-in by the physique of Alejandra Ramírez, Leli Luz Flórez’s  opponent for this weekend’s Cartagena vs Córdoba triple header, were able to admire it from a different angle  on fight night when the local girl knocked her out in the first round.  “Flórez just gets better every fight,” raved Juan Fabra of El Universal. “Her offensive game is formidable. She seems to have fists of steel. The woman from Cartagena came with every intention of defeating her but Leli gave her a real thumping.” In what El Meridiano, whose reporter was denied access to the event, described as an “embarrassing” evening, all three fighters from Cartagena succumbed altogether too easily to their Cordoban opponents, but the defeat of Ramírez was by far the most embarrassing:  A hundred and forty-seven pounds of pure muscle, and Flórez, whom they’re starting now to call ‘La Piraña’, gobbled her up in twenty-six seconds!  Report by Ewan Whyte [Logged into master search]

August 2, 2008 - Auditorio Benito Juárez, Zapopan, in Jalisco, Mexico
Susana Vazquez
, 115, and Irma Sanchez, 113, were scheduled to fight 10 rounds. The fight was stopped in the second round for a technical decision, due to a possible headbutt or cut. WBAN has little info as to why it was stopped for a technical reason. The fight was reported to one site as a draw. [Logged into master search]

August 1, 2008 – Cisco Arena, Oaks, Pennsylvania
Junior featherweight Tracey Hutt, 122½, won a four-round bout by unanimous decision over Christina Leadbeater, 120½. Final judges scores were 39-37, 39-37, and 40-36. [Logged into master search]

August 1, 2008 – Budva, Montenegro
Featherweight Irma Balijagic, KO’d Jana Matisova in the second round in a six-rounder; Junior middleweight Jaqueline Fuchs won a six rounder by points over Edita Lesnik; and Super featherweight Nadia Raoui TKO’d Claudia Ferenci in the second round in a six round bout. [Logged into master search]

August 1, 2008 - Centro Recreacional Las Vegas, Barranquilla, Colombia
Junior welterweight Liliana Palmera, won by a first round KO [2:40] in a scheduled four round bout over Olga Jimenez. [Logged into master search]
 

 

 

 

 

 

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