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  September 30, 2000  Rotterdam, NTH, Sportcomplex De Wilgenring, est 400, Polish Boxing Promotion/Matchroom.
Esther Schouten, 121,25, from the Netherlands defeated Anna Kasprzak,126, 25, Poland, with a six-round unanimous decision. News sources reported that Kasprzak  was down in the second and was generally on her heels. Schouten outboxed Kasprizak, never allowing Kasprzak space to box. Kasprizak is now 7-2, and Schouten is 2-1.

September 29, 2000, Pechanga Entertainment Center, Temecula, CA
Lisa Holewyne
TKO'd Michele Vidales in the fourth round.  Holewyne's record improves to  10-7-1 (5 KO's), and  Vidales dropped down to 3-3 (3 KO's).

September 27, 2000, Kahunaville Nightclub, Philadelphia
Jacquelyn Frazier-Lyde KO'd Darlene Sabo 1:17 seconds into the fourth round.  She is now 5-0 (5KO) against five fighters thus far that has a winning record, and Sabo has now been stopped twice in her first two pro fights. Sabo has no amateur boxing experience, but has been into martial arts for 13 years. Jay Searcy reported from the Inquirer that the fight was promoted by a company that Frazier-Lyde is the president, Chairman, etc. Sabo was knocked to the canvas twice with big right hands to the head before ending the bout with a right-hand body shot at 1:17 seconds in the fourth round. Both fighters said it was a tough fight. Larry Holmes who was at the fight made a comment to the Inquirer that he was impressed and that Frazier-Lyde has improved 99%.   

September 24, 2000 in West Wendover, Nevada 
Las Vegan Trena Drotar, won by KO3 over Susan Nance. Drotar is now 3-4-0, 3 KO's.

September 23, 2000, Ontario Convention Center, Ontario
Rialto's Marilyn Salcido defeated Mikee "The Total Package" Stafford, who was making her pro debut. The boxers fought before a crowd of 1,500 fans. Salcido, a new fighter, is 20 years old and trains at the Fontana Boxing Club. Apparently Stafford came in with lots of hype for this fight with a marketing deal. But as one news source said that maybe she had more good looks and charisma than skill. Stafford who reigns out of Palmdale trains with Laila Ali. Ali was there in support of her gym mate this night. Salcido almost All three judges scored the bout 40-36 in Salcido's favor. Salcido's record has improved to 2-0, and Stafford is now 0-1.

September 23, 2000, Warren, Ohio
Vonda Ward KO'd
an opponent (I don't have her name yet) 1:24 seconds in the first round.  The only report WBAN received is the opponent was very heavy, in the over 200 lbs. 

September 23, 2000, Chattanooga, TN
Mitzi Jeter defeated Lisa Ested UD for the IFBA/IWBF Welterweight title. Woods KO1 Teara Sanders, Lenhart KO1 Ashley Hall.  

September 23, 2000 - Imperial, California
Valory Troike
, 118,  KO 3 Nina (Bertha) Gonzalez,  120, in the junior featherweight division. 

September 23, 2000, Warren, OH
Vonda Ward KO1 1:24 sec. Sharon Thomas.

September 22, 2000 in Debrecen, Hungary Viktoria Pataki won by TKO6 over Oana Sandor. 

September 22, 2000, Cranston, RI
Kathy Rivers (167) defeated Karen Bill (164) in a four-round unanimous decision. Bill's record is 3-6.

September 20, 2000 in Edmonton, Canada Jaime Clampitt won a decision over Cathy Boyes.  Boyes is now 0-4 after fighting some  past opponents and losing two of those fights by split decisions.  Her other opponents include, Snodene Blakeney, Marcia Budde, and Olivia Gerla.  

September 17, 2000 "Knockout Night 3"
Harrah's St. Louis Casino & Hotel
Britt VanBuskirk, an undefeated boxer from the 1980's defeated Sumya Anani in a surprise upset with a six-round split decision.  Anani suffered her first loss in her professional boxing career.   

September 17, 2000 - Fox Sports Net
at the Cobo Arena, in Detroit,   Freeda Foreman defeated Aicheria Bell. Foreman is now 2-0.

September 16, 2000 San Antonio, Texas
Smith defeated Avila with a split decision. Fight report - Alice Smith. vs. Lisa Avila
Smith won by
a split decision, 40-35, 39-37, and 37-39 for Avila. Alice is now 2-0 as a pro.  

September 16, 2000 in Mexico City, Mexico Andrea Benitez fought a majority draw with Adriana Chamosa; Ivonne Munoz decisioned Berenice Chavez.

September 16, 2000 Vienna, Austria 
Christine Krek won a six-round decision over Viktoria Milo and Esther Schouten also won a six-round decision over Marian Pampuk. 

September 15, 2000
Fight Report from Carol Ann Weber:  I  attended a terrific women's match last night at the Orleans. Nadine Salim v. Trena Drotar. First off, both women came in in terrific fighting condition, which is always a testimony to how seriously they take boxing. Very well matched, Salim at 117 lbs. (2-1-1, 0 KO's, from Palm Springs, CA) and Drotar at 116 lbs. (2-4-0, 2 KO's, from Las Vegas, NV). The first round of this 4-round match, I would have given to Drotar, because even though she threw less punches, hers were more accurate, had more power behind them and seemed to do more damage. But for the remaining 3 rounds, the fight was clearing Salim's, who relentlessly threw combinations and body shots that wore down Drotar, until her face was bloodied in the fourth round. At the end of the fourth, Salim was "walking the dog" as she backed Drotar across the ring into the corner in a non-stop onslaught of punches. Drotar fought back courageously, never giving in, but was simply out-boxed, at least that night. Salim clearly had the edge in terms of speed and endurance and the judges gave her a unanimous decision. The women's match was by far one of the best fights of the evening and have now ensured a place for a women's card at the Orleans, which has, in the past, refused to put women on their boxing cards.
 

September 15, 2000-Sand's Casino and Hotel, Atlantic City
Isra Girgrah (129 1/4 lbs.) defeated Sue Mullett (134 lbs.) in a six-round unanimous decision. Girgraph's record improved to 14-3-2, and Mullett's fell to 7-5. 

September 9, 2000, at the Laporte Civic Auditorium in Indiana, Suzy Taylor defended her IBA Super-Middleweight Title (168) and TKO's Karrie Frye in the fifth round. The fight was a toe-to-toe action-packed matchup. There was a crowd of about 1,500 boxing fans, and Taylor and Frye gave them their money's worth!  In the first round, Karrie Frye was getting in some great shots, and the judges scored the round 10-9 for Frye.  The second round, Frye again won the round, and the crowd were on their feet.  The third round both fighters were getting in shots but Frye remained ahead at that point.  In the fourth round Frye had punched herself out.  Frye got knocked down at the very end of the 4th round, and she did not get up until the eight count was counted, and then the bell rang.  In the fifth, about half way through, Taylor pounded on Frye. The fight was stopped by a TKO.  Frye went to the hospital after the fight and stayed over the night under observation.  The weight was to be 168 lbs, but Frye came in under the weight and was 160.  Taylor improved her record to 10-4-1, while Frye fell to 5-2.

September 9, 2000 - Colosseum "Humberto Perea" in Barranquilla, Colombia
All-female boxing card sanctioned by
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September 8, 2000 - Colosseum "Humberto Perea",  Buenaventura, Colombia
Flor Maria Delgado of Colombia  won the WIBA world heavyweight championship by TKO'd in the fifth round against Maria Magdalena Carranza .  Flor moved her record to 7-0.   Carranza dropped to 5-2-1. 

September 3, 2000 in Yerington, Nevada
Alicia Ashley
of Westbury, New York defeated Kelsey Jeffries of Gilroy in a six-round unanimous decision in the featherweight division. All three judges had the score 58-56.  Ashley moved her record to 5-3, and Jeffries fell to 7-2.  

September 2, 2000- Dinslaken, Germany
Nadja Loritz
of Germany fought to a 4rd draw with Krisztina Belinszky of Slovakia.

September 2, 2000 Chorzow, Poland
Edyta Olewniczak, 122, Poland KO'd  Dorota Kosatka, 121, Poland in the second round.

 
     
     
     

 

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