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SEPTEMBER 2003

September 27, 2003 -Harborside Event Center in Fort Myers, Florida
Yvonne Reis, now 3-1-1 (0KO), of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, fought to an eight-round draw in the middleweight division with Shirvelle Williams, now 5-4-1 (2KO), of St. Petersburg, Florida.  Insider's report that was sent to WBAN was the following: "The first three rounds were the same,  Yvonne kept her distance and picked her shots, as Shirvelle try to stock her way in.  In the 4th and 5th Yvonne took the fight in closer which was Shirvelle’s strong point in her boxing.  Nothing happened except after a punch a lot of holding, roughhousing and hitting below the belt line by Shirvelle.  The 6th round Yvonne establish her range back, picking her shots and throwing some multi combinations through the round.  The seventh was Yvonne’s strongest round andin  the eighth round both girls took the action from the beginning to the end.  One Judge scored it 77 – 75 Shirvelle, Second Judge scored it 80 – 72 Yvonne, and the Third Judge called it  76 – 76 a Draw.  The fight was a draw.  The crowd booed on the fight, showing favor for Yvonne." See report about the WIBA Belt Incident

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September 20-27, 2003 - 2003 National Pal Championships - OhioT Amateurs
The 2003 PAL was important for men in that the winners gain a berth into the 2004 Olympic Trials tournament. For women, it is one of the top tournaments that yield national rankings points.
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September 27, 2003 -Deltaplex in Grand Rapids, Michigan
Local boxer Jennifer Salinas, 122, 3-0-0 (0KO), won a four-round unanimous decision over Atlanta's Antoinette Weaver, 119, now 0-4-0 (0KO).  Logged on records site

September 27, 2003 - Estadio Luis Guillermo Moreno, Santa Isabel, Puerto Rico
Light Flyweight Yahaira Martinez won  the bout by points in a six-rounder over Yahaira Bonilla. Martinez is now 5-0-0 (3KO), and Bonilla fell to 2-2-0 (1KO). Logged on records site

September 27, 2003 Seoul, South Korea
In front of over 3,000 boxing fans, Lee In-Young, 111, of South Korea,  won by a KO9 over Seattle's Carla Wilcox, 112, 4-2-0 (1KO), in a 10-round IFBA Flyweight Title fight.  In Young improves her record to  7-0-0 (2KO) and Wilcox is now 4-3-0 (1KO).
The fight was covered live by SBS TV at a specially set up ring in the Education and Culture Center in Yangjae-dong, southeastern Seoul. According to the Korea Times, 32-year old Lee In-young became South Korea’s first female world boxing champion Lee unleashed a savage combination of blows, prompting the referee to step in and stop the fight. Lee, who was the local favorite, was busier and a stronger fighter throughout the bout, beating Wilcox to the punch with effective combinations. In the eighth round, Lee appeared to be fatigued and Wilcox came back strong in that round, but in the ninth Lee came out strong, and in the final 20 seconds of that round, the fight was stopped.  The news source said that “Lee finds herself following in the footsteps of South Korean boxing pioneer Kim Ki-soo, who won the country’s first world title by taking the WBA junior middleweight crown in 1966.”  Lee gained interest in the sport after seeing Kim Messer in a match on Korean Television.    Logged on records site

September 26, 2003 - Celebrity Theatre, in Phoenix, Arizona  Special Fight and Hot Gallery #102
Elena "Baby Doll" Reid made it 2-0 against tough Linda Tenberg of Austin, Texas. Reid and Tenberg took turns swapping shots from round one through six. Tenberg was successful in pinning Reid in a corner and landing hard shots while Reid controlled the action in the middle of the ring.  The judges saw it as an unanimous decision for Reid by scores of 58-55, 58-56 and 59-55. It was a good clean fight with a fast pace and lots of action. The crowd was on it's feet for parts of the fight and the win was well received for Reid.  Baby Doll is now 14-1-3 (4) and Tenberg is 8-8 (4). Reid weighed in at 118 and Tenberg was 120. Both fighters showed class in this fight and put on a heck of a show. (Report by Dale Hausner)
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September 25, 2003 - HP Pavillion, in San Jose, California Photo Gallery #101
Carina Moreno
, California,  TKO'd Brittany Conan, Las Vegas, 20 seconds into the first round.  The fight was a scheduled four rounder. WBAN's Correspondent and photographer Jesus Sanchez reported  that Carina landed a right hand and Brittney turned her back and quit.  For WBAN Records Members, Photo Gallery #101 has just been posted!
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September 25, 2003 - KÖFÉM, in  Sportshall, Székesfehérvár, Hungary Photo Gallery #103
Viktoria Milo, 110 3/4, won a six-rounder by points over Romanian Gabriella Insperger, 110 lbs.  Insperger was knocked to the canvas in the sixth round. Logged on records site

September 24, 2003 - Ameristar Casino, Kansas City, Missouri
Pro debuter Sarah Schneider KO1 15 seconds over Becky Sparks, who was also making her pro debut. The fight was a scheduled four-rounder in the junior lightweight division. Logged on records site

September 20, 2003 -  Bristol, England
Jane Couch
won by points over Brenda Bell-Drexel in a scheduled 10-rounder. The fight was supposed to be for the W.B.F. Light-welterweight title, but Drexel came in 3.5 lbs. too heavy. Logged on records site

September 20, 2003 -  Badnerlandhalle, Karlsruhe, Germany
Juliane Quasdorf
won a four-round decision over Sandra Schreiber; Featherweight Tasheena Bugar, Germany,  TKO3 Kare Vesezcka; and Strawweight,  Maya Frenzel, Germany, won a four-round decision over Zuzka Minarikova. Logged on records site

September 20, 2003 -  Liederhalle, Stuttgart, Germany

Silke Weickenmeier won the GBU Junior Featherweight title when she defeated Krisztina Poropzski by Disqualification in the 10th Round.   Poropszki was disqualified after Silke was head butted close to the end of the ninth round.  The ref stopped the fight after they looked at the damage.  Logged on records site

September 20, 2003 - Savannah, Georgia
Well they did it to us again folks…Like a thief in the night, they snuck it in and stuck it to boxing fans…..AGAIN!  Just when we thought that the promoter /matchmaker who utilizes the very talented IBA World Champion Chevelle “Fists of Steel” Hallback on their cards would continue to use  viable opponents for Hallback-----they threw in a “stinker!” According to news sources, last night in Savannah, Georgia, Hallback made a VERY short night of fighting four-time loser, Michelle Ewing. Ewing has been stopped or KO'd in all of her four fights,  including her fight last night with Hallback that ended early in the fight after being knocked down three times. The two were not even in the same weight class, with Ewing weighing in at 151, Hallback at 137. (Note: Ewing's record has been confirmed on three different records sites that includes WBAN's records as a winless boxer coming into the fight with a 0-4-0 record.  If there are unreported fights for Ewing, feel free to send in the information to WBAN.)
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September 19, 2003 - Centennial Garden, Bakersfield, California
Kelsey Jeffries, 125,  Gilroy, California, won a close eight-round split decision over Valanna McGee, 126, Sacramento, California.  Although McGee is a fairly new boxer to the pro circuit she gave Jeffries a good showing in their eight-rounder. Final scoring was 77-75, 78-74, and 75-77.  Jeffries is now 22-8-0 (1 KO) while McGee is 1-2-0 (0 KO). Logged on records site

September 19, 2003-4 Bears Casino, North Dakota
In front of about 1, 500 boxing fans,  and promoted by Dakota Storm Promotions,  Olivia Pereira, of Canada, fought to a six-round majority draw with Mia St. John.  Pereira's team told WBAN that they thought they had won the fight, and that they felt that Olivia had won all the rounds, except for maybe one that St. John won. They went on to say, "Lets do the fight again if Mia has the guts to step back in the ring with Olivia. " News sources reported that this was easily the "most entertaining bout" of the night.
MIA's Response about this fight: Mia told WBAN, "just to let WBAN know the truth,  one judge gave me 5 rounds to her one! The other two had it a draw. The entire crowd protested and booed the decision because I clearly won the fight! Michael Buffer had to calm them down by saying one judge did have it for Mia. If Olivia thinks she won that fight she's clearly delusional!  I will gladly rematch her again as soon as possible just to knock some sense into her!" Mia also talked about the weight, and said, "you can also remind Olivia that she didn't even make weight and I let her slide! I came in at 139 after drinking and eating all day and she came in at 142! The contract was 140 only because she couldn't make 135 then she couldn't even make 140!"  IN ANOTHER Women's Match, Shannon Gunville won a four-round unanimous decision over Lorie Mueller in a featherweight bout.Logged on records site

September 18, 2003 - Santa Ana Stadium, Santa Ana, California
world-ranked Mariana Juarez, 116, Mexico, now 10-3-3 (6KO) won a four-round unanimous decision over Lorri Aguilera, 114, California, now 0-1-1 in a scheduled bantamweight bout. Final Scoring was 40-36, 39-37, 39-37.  Logged on records site

September 12, 2003 -Rollins Center at Dover Downs Slots, Delaware, Delaware
Pro debuters Cindy Serrano,130. New York, won a four-round unanimous decision over Kathy Rodriguez, also of New York. Final scoring by judges were 40-36.
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September 12, 2003- Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Jelena Mrjenovich, now 2-0-0, Edmonton,  KO1 Robin Bealieu, Ft. Smith, Arkansas,  in a scheduled four-rounder in the Jr. Lightweight division.  According to news sources, Mrdjenovich was a  a very skilled fighter, who made it a short night with her opponent ad overwhelming her immediately into the first round.  Also, featherweights Amy Johnson, now 1-0-1, Edmonton, won a four-round unanimous decision over Emily Rudan, 0-1-0, of Toronto. Logged on records site

September 12, 2003 - Beaumont Club,
Kansas City, Missouri
Leora Jackson, 134, won a four-round split decision over Nikki Lawson, 137.  Also, Mary Elizabeth Ortega, 122 won a six-round unanimous decision over Liz Drew, 124. Logged on records site

September 9, 2003 -Level Night Club, in Miami, Florida
There was a four-round heavyweight bout featuring 6'0" 193-lb Kathy Rivers, 35, vs. 5'5" Lisa McFarland, 40 years old and 200 lbs. This four-rounder was televised on ESPN2 "Tuesday Night Fights."   One fan wrote into WBAN and  they described the fight as "pathetic." Another fan described it as "unentertaining and boring."  A disappointed fan that has enjoyed Rivers in the past wrote, "It was ugly" and went on to say,  "Kathy only won because the other woman was worse." Folks...This IS NOT good for women's boxing...Kathy Rivers, donning a 12-3 record going into the fight, and presently rated as a top-ranked boxer in the world,  fought McFarland, a 2-3 boxer, who's only wins comes from "Tomato cans." Needless to say, in last night's bout, Rivers triumphed by stopping McFarland :57 seconds of the fourth round after McFarland turned her back on Rivers...yawn... Logged on records site

September 7, 2003 - Salón de Usos Múltiples Procasma, San Mateo Atenco, Mexico
Super Bantamweight Ivonne Muñoz TKO1 María Duran.  Logged on records site

September 6, 2003. Sports Palace, Kiev, Ukraine
In a flyweight bout, Alina Shaternikova won a six-round by points  over Sonia Pereira. Logged on records site

September 6, 2003 - Greensboro Coliseum, in Greensboro, North Carolina - Fox Sports Net
Featherweights Kelli Cofer of Ohio, had a six-round majority draw with Trish Hill. One boxing fan at the fight said that the Cofer/Hill fight was one of the best female fights he had ever seen. One thing for sure, it would make an excellent rematch.   In the second women's match, Ann Marie Saccurato won by a four-round unanimous decision over Bonnie Mann.  According to news sources, Mann stunned Saccurato a little bit in the second round, but the other three ronds, Saccurato had won.  Saccurato was scoring when the two of them were in a clinch, but was not hurting Mann, other than being busier during the fight.  There was also talk of a rematch between these two boxers.  Logged on records site

September 5, 2003 - Palenque de Gallos, Ciudad Acuna, CI Mexico
In a lightweight bout, Perla Hernandez won a six-round unanimous decision over Eva Lidia Silva. Logged on records site

September 5, 2003 -Saltillo, México
Both boxers making their pro debut, Mayela Perez, México, won her pro debut by four-round unanimous decision in the junior flyweight division, over Judani Alejandra Vaca of México. Logged on records site

September 2, 2003 - Mountaineer Race Track,  Chester, West Virginia -ESPN2
Karla Ro, 134, TKO2 Leona Tanner,135,  in what was classified as a "mismatch" from other news sources.  Ro moves her record to 5-0-0, and Tanner dropped to 0-4-0. Who in the world makes these matches...WBAN was under the impression that Ro had some great skills as a boxer, from being in the amateurs to having an undefeated record, and boxing for five years....Why are they putting Ro with these inept matchups? Logged on records site
 

 
     
     
     

 

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