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MAY 2009

May 30, 2009 - Hartwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland
In the main event, Cecelia Braekhaus won a 10-round bout, and successfully defended her WBC/WBA title over Amy Yuratovic.

May 30, 2009 -Brantford Civic Centre, Ontario, Canada
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local favourite Kara McLeod (1-0) took on Toronto’s Priscilla Trompowski (1-1) in a four round contest. This was by far the most exciting match on the card as both women went to war from the opening bell.   Throughout the match McLeod was able to the land the cleaner and more effective combinations. She used her jab well and was able to land effective body punches. However, Trompowski did apply tremendous amounts of pressure on McLeod and was able to land one or two great punches but overall was unable to match McLeod’s speed and precision. After the four rounds the judges saw the bout 39-37, 39-37 and 38-38 awarding McLeod the majority decision victory. With the win McLeod moves to 2-0 while Trompowski drops to 1-2.

May 29, 2009 -Coliseo Carlos 'Teo' Cruz, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Super Featherweight Katy Penelope Hernandez TKO'd Rocio De Leon in the first round of a scheduled six round bout.

May 28, 2009 - at the Hotel El Panama, in Panama City, Panama
Keisher McLeod-Wells, 110¾, now 2-0 (1KO), of New York, USA, won a four-round unanimous decision over local boxer Abigail Billar, 110, now 2-2-1 (1KO).

May 23, 2009 - Woodlands Resort, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, United States
Junior Middleweight Natoya Ervin won a four-round unanimous decision over April Richards.

May 23, 2009 - Belgium
Defline Persoon
, 130, KO2 Jana Matisova, 135.

May 23, 2009 - Riga, Latvia
Sofia Sidorova,
125¾ ,TKO2 Elizaveta Versocka, 125¾.

May 22, 2009 - Berne Switzerland
Nicole Haustein, 124¼, TKO'd Aniya Seki, 125¾, in the first round of a scheduled four rounder.

May 22, 2009 - Palazzetto dello Sport, Rezzato, Brescia, Lombardia, Italy
Flyweight Valeria Imbrogno won a six-rounder by points over Renata Szebeledi.

May 21, 2009 - Club San Justino, San Justo, Santa Fe, Argentina
Bantamweight Yanina Natalia Acuna and pro debuter Veronica Orecchia fought to a four-round draw by points.

May 21, 2009 -Fantastic Casino, 24 de Diciembre, Panama
Junior flyweight Janette Asprilla, 106,  won a four-round split decision over Carlota Santos, 109½.

May 16, 2009 -Palais des sports, in Bourges, France Lightweight Floarea Lihet, now 8-6-0 3KO), of Bucharest, Romania, won a six-round bout by points over Myriam Dellal, 3-1, of France, delivering Dallal her first loss as a pro. According to ffboxe.com, they wrote that the fight was the  contrasting styles of two razor-sharp fighters' and that the bout was a superb contest. 

May 16, 2009 - ArteCad Arena, Tramelan, Switzerland
Lightweight Nicole Boss, 132¼, won by TKO in the second round [1:26] over Ivalina Ivanova, 127¼.

May 15, 2009 - Forum du Casino, Hyeres, Var, France
Bantamweight Aziza Oubaita won by RTD in the fourth round over Simona Pencakova, now 0-19-1. The fight was scheduled for eight rounds.  In a translation of some local news coverage: ""After the interval, Aziza Oubaita rediscovered the taste of victory, by outclassing the limited Pencakova. Although she took a count at the start of the fight, the woman from Île-de-France (Oubaita) took the measure of her opponent in the following rounds, eventually forcing the Slovakian corner to throw in the sponge, in the fourth round." Oubaita comments: "I was really pleased with my performance. It was my first outing with Said Bennajem and Laurent Boucher as trainers and they gave me something extra. I listened and acted on their advice and everything went well."

May 15, 2009- Stade Joffre Lefebvre, Lingolsheim, Bas-Rhin, France
Nadia Hokmi, now 12-6-1 (8KO), of, Strasbourg, Bas-Rhin, France,  won by a second round RTD over Klaudia Ferenci, of Slovakia,  now 1-4-0.  scheduled for six rounds.

May 15, 2009 - Poitou-Charentes
Nadège Szikora beat Eva Ott (Hungary) on points.
The undefeated French bantamweight champion, Nadège Szikora of Montpelier (35 years old; 7 wins, 3 of them inside the distance) killed two birds with one stone. Faced with a Hungarian opponent (34 years old; 160 cm; 6 losses) who was both capable of taking punishment and awkward to box, she maintained her unbeaten record whilst at the same time preparing perfectly for her European title fight on the 4th July. Szikora worked methodically and with rigour, though her finishing left something to be desired.

May 10, 2009 - at the Heritage Hotel, in Derby, United Kingdom Photo Flash Slideshow by Jane Warburton of Saddoboxing.com
Lightweight Suzanne Hemsley, 134¾, won a six-rounder by points over Kristine Shergold, 130½. The final scoring was 58-57. 
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May 9, 2009 - San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina
Lightweight Soledad Matthysse won a four-round split decision over Maria Elena Maderna.
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May 9, 2009 -  Kansas City, MO, USA
Featherweight Claudia O'Brien, 116 TKO1 Taylor Noland, 125. The fight was scheduled for four rounds. In a second bout, junior middleweight Melisenda Perez, 149, TKO2 over  Ashleigh Curry, 139. This fight was also scheduled for four rounds.  [Logged into master search]

May 9, 2009 -La Garde, France
Featherweight Capucine Pauchet won a four-round bout by points over Zsofia Bedo
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May 9, 2009 - Double Tree Hotel, in Orlando, Florida
Amanda Serrano, 125,  won by a first round TKO [1:43] over Brittany Cruz, 124.  The two were scheduled to fight a four-round bout on the undercard. will be fighting on the undercard in a four-rounder.
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May 9, 2009 - Hark Rock Casino and Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada - Huge photo gallery #502, of weigh-in, fight photos; and Flash Photo Slideshow There were two womens' bouts on the card. Both of the female bouts served women's boxing very well.  In one bout, Melissa Hernandez, 125, won by unanimous decision over Jeri Sitzes; 123. Final judges scores were 60-54, 69-55, and 59-55. In the second bout, Sweden's Donatella "DynOmite" Hutlin, 130, won by a fourth round TKO over Jasica Rojo, 131. Hernandez and Sitzes showed the Vegas crowd what real professional female boxing was all about. Their fight was exciting in every one of the 6 rounds. Hernandez was a crowd pleaser as she was showing off her boxing skills. Sitzes and Hernandez left a lasting impression on the boxing fans this night, including Mike Tyson, Andre Ward, Michael Dokes, Sharif Bogere, and
Sugar Shay Smith. In the second bout, Hultin dropped Jasica Rojo in the fourth round with a hard right hand. Hultin won the first two rounds on the score cards. It was a very competitive fight, Rojo was tough and came to fight but could not with stand the power of Hultin punches. [WBAN's Comment:
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May 8, 2009-- Berlin, Germany
Conjestina Achieng
had a 10-round draw with Maria Lindberg. The two were fighting for the WIBF middleweight title.  [Logged into master search]

May 8, 2009 - Tampa, Florida
Featherweight Jenna Shiver, 125½, won a six-round unanimous decisoin over Lucia Larcinese, 125½.
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May 8, 2009 - YMartin Luther King Jr. Recreation Center, in  Atlanta, Georgia  Photo of Knockout
Jackie Brietenstien
, 134,  won by a TKO in the first round over Kimberly Moore, 129,  of North Carolina. The fight was scheduled for four rounds.

May 7, 2009 - Main Street Armory, Rochester, New York
Adawirky Lopez
, 125½, won a six-round majority decision over Ela Nunez, 124½. Final judges scores 56-58, 55-59, and 57-57. [Logged into master search]

May 7, 2009 -  Fight Night at the Tank, HP Pavilion, in San Jose, California -Photo Gallery #501 - Flash Photo Slideshow
Jolene Blackshear who retired from boxing in 2000, came back to the sport in "fighting" order when she took on talented undefeated boxer Melissa McMorrow.  The two did not disappoint boxing fans, and went toe to toe with each other. It was reported to WBAN that Blackshear managed to drop McMorrow three times in the second round and kept up the pace with her devastating straight right hand. The shocker came at the end of the fight, when the four-rounder was declared a draw. After it was discovered that there was a error on made, the fight was ultimately declared a win for Blackshear.
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May 7, 2009 - Crowne Plaza Hotel, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Flyweight Rozanne Garvin, 113,  had a four-round draw with Brittany Harvison, 116. Fight report with photo by Bobby Dobbs [Logged into master search]

May 3, 2009 - Queen's Park Oval, in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad And Tobago
Heavyweight Tanzee Daniel remained undefeated when she won by a second round TKO over Maria Mancilla, 1-3-1.
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May 2, 2009 - Buenos Aires, Argentina
Junior welterweight Paula Andrea Morales, 136, won a four-round unanimous decision over Roxana Beatriz Laborde, 135¼.  [Logged into master search]

May 2, 2009 - Club Ambis 1, Raleigh, North Carolina
Junior lightweight Angel "Non-Stop" Gladney and Jackie Hernandez fought to a four-round draw.  They put on an excellent display of skills and heart Saturday Night at Club Ambis 1 in Raleigh NC. The two female pugilist left the crowed breathless after four rounds of boxing that ebbed and flowed in each fighters favor throughout the four round slugfest. Gladney controlled the fight in the early rounds by backing the national boxing champion Hernandez against the ropes and unloading with thunderous right hands and looping left hooks that kept the taller boxer on the defense. Hernandez understood early that she couldn’t stand toe to toe with Gladney. She used her height and long arms to keep Gladney at Bay and fought hard enough down the stretch to eek out a draw. Both women received a standing ovation and they were bombarded by fans as they left the arena for autographs.
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May 2, 2009 -  Halle 7, in Bremen, Germany
Hot Photo of Menzer-Alcanter - Photo by Bobby Dobbs
In the main event Ina Menzer, 125¾ of Germany, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Franchesca Alcanter, 123¼. There were no knockdowns in the fight. Menzer was defending her WBC and WIBF featherweight titles. Alcanter came to Germany in top physical condition, but being strong and in good condition was not enough to win the world titles up for grabs. The reigning world champion had everything under control during all 10 rounds, and used her superior technique to make the fight that suited her. Menzer was obviously not interested in a toe-to-toe battle and used her foot work to get out of harms way, as soon as she had thrown her jabs and combinations. Final judges scores were 100-90 on all cards. n a post fight interview, Alcanter told the press, "After almost a year's lay off, I am satisfied with my fight over 10 rounds. I made a good job of it, but Ina is a world class boxer, and I respect her good performance." Full Story with Video Highlights
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May 2, 2009 - Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Photos of fight by Samart of Japan
In the main event, and televised on Nippon Television, Naomi Togashi won a 10-round unanimous decision over OA Kokietgym [aka: O A Lookkaerai].  The two were fighting for the WBC light flyweight world title.  Final judges scores were 94-92, 96-93, and 96-94.  In a second WBC world title bout, Momo Koseki won a 10-round unanimous decision over Nao Ikeyama. Koseki retained her WBC Atomweight title. Three judges scored the bout 99-91, 100-92, 100-90.
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May 2, 2009 -
Carmelo, Colonia, Uruguay
Lightweight Yessica Masara won a four round unanimous decision over Ely Munoz.  [Logged into master search]

May 2, 2009 - Waterfront Place Hotel, Morgantown, West Virginia
Heavyweight Valerie Walker TKO'd Tiffany Woodard in the first round (1:14) of a scheduled four-round bout.  [Logged into master search]

May 1, 2009 - Patriot Center in Fairfax, Virginia
In the women's bout on the undercard, Jennifer Salinas, 122¼, now 10-1 (4KO), defeated Tina Leadbeater, 124, by TKO in the third round.
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May 1, 2009 -   in Warren, Michigan
Lightweight Katy Klinefelter won a four-round unanimous decision against Brenda Rodriguez. In another bout, sister 0 super featherweight Emily Klinefelter TKO2 (1:32)  over Nikia McCargo. 
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