Sue TL Fox creator/founder of WBAN, and the
International Women's Boxing Hall of Fame...
Sue "TL" Fox,
World Class Female Boxer, rated #1 in the worldin 1979, and owner of WBAN™ was named in the
Feb. 2012 Commemorative issue of Ring Magazine as one of the
Most Influential female boxers of all time.
In 2008, USA Boxing presented an
for her contributions in developing the sport. Since its inception
on the internet
back in 1998, WBAN has become the world’s leading
authority for resource and information in female boxing. Fox
created the International Women's Boxing Hall of Fame [IWBHF]
Striking Beauties Boxing Gym for
Women was honored to host USA Boxing Olympian Queen Underwood
(SEPT 4) North
Attleboro, Massachusetts - This week, Striking Beauties Boxing
Gym for Women was honored to host USA Boxing Olympian Queen
Underwood.The young woman from Seattle, Washington, boasts an
impressive amateur record...Full
Big Fight Tomorrow Night - Zamora
vs. Moreno in Trilogy Fight where Zamora Defends her WBC Light
Flyweight World Title
(SEPT 4) Tomorrow night
at the centre of shows the fairgrounds, in Metepec, Mexico,
Zamora Roca, 23-5-0, (9KO), is set to fight Esmeralda "La
Joya" Moreno, 31-7-1 (10 KO), of Mexico City, where Zamora will
be defending her WBC World Light Flyweight title..Full
Alicia Ashley vs. Christina McMahon for WBC Title
(SEPT 4) On September
15th, at the Studio Square Show, in Astoria, New York,
Alicia "Slick" Ashley, former five time World
Champion will be seeking her sixth title vs. Christina McMahon
for the WBC World super bantamweight championship Tickets
are available at Gleason's Gym, 718 797 2872. General Admission:
New York's Ronica Jeffrey to Featured on Paramount Show in New
(SEPT 4) Ronica
Jeffrey, will be featured on the Paramount Show on September
11th in Huntington, Long Island. Ronica will be facing
Brenda Gonzales in a non-title six rounder. Tickets are
available at Gleason's Gym, 718-797 2872 or at rjboxing@gmail.
General Admission: $50 or $60 and ringside
The Athlete Rosters Are Set for
the Pathway to Glory Olympic Trials Qualifier II Tournaments in
Baltimore and Philadelphia-by
Julie Goldsticker/USA Boxing
(SEPT 3) Over 300
boxers are registered to compete in the Pathway to Glory Olympic
Trials Qualifier II tournaments next week in Baltimore and
Philadelphia. More ..Full
Let’s Hear It For The Girls –
Marston, Smith & Ball Celebrate Historic Victories
(SEPT 2) On Saturday
night London promoters Mark Lyons and Billy James-Elliott
presented the first British event to feature three female
professional boxing bouts, however to achieve this historic
first for Women’s Boxing, the pioneering duo, whose event was
sanctioned by the Malta Boxing Commission...Full
Soledad Matthysse named
WBAN's September 2015 Fighter of the month!
(SEPT 2) WBAN would like
to give a congratulations to Argentina's Soledad Matthysee, our pick for WBAN's September 2015
Fighter of the month. She had a fantastic win in August, earning
the WBA and WBC Featherweight world title belts.
Upcoming Event: "Contenders
(AUG 31) On October 24,
2015, at the Keene High School, 43 Arch Street, Keene, NH, will
be a sanctioned USA Boxing amateur event,
“Contenders Boxing Night”. The following fights thus far
that are scheduled on this upcoming event: 120 lbs:
Abigail O’Brien of of Charlestown, NH vs. Destiny Dogan of
Springfield, Mass; 132 lbs: Two-time National..Full
Maureen Shea and Yulihan Avila
fight to a Split Draw!
(AUG 30) Last night at
the Forum, Inglewood, California, Maureen
Shea, 120, of Bronx, and Yulihan Alejandra Luna Avila,
121¾, of Durango, Mexico, fought to a 10-round split draw.
The two were fighting for the IBF Super Bantamweight world
title. Final judges scores were 93-97, 95-95, and 98-92.
Isabel Millan Wins by Decision
over Ramirez for vacant WBF International Flyweight title
(AUG 30) Last night at
the Montemorelos, Nuevo León, Mexico, Isabel "La Estrella"
Millan, 111¼, of Tonala, Mexico, won a 10-round unanimous
decision over Cecilia "La Artillera" Ramirez, 111¼., of Mexico.
The two were fighting for the vacant Flyweight WBF World title.
Judges scores were 97-93, 96-94, and 99-91.
U.S. Boxing set to appoint Irish
Head Coach to head up U.S women's team? That's the rumour in
Ireland this weekend
(AUG 30) Irish boxing
woke up this week to the shock news that Head Coach Billy Walsh
is seriously considering an offer to coach the United States
women’s team and is set to leave..Full
Argentina: Karen Elizabeth
Carbajal Wins by a decision over Silvia Zacarias
(AUG 29) Last night at
the Club General Mitre, Avellaneda, Buenos Aires, Argentina,
featherweight Karen Elizabeth Carabajal, 126, won a six-round
unanimous decision over Silvia Fernanda Zacarias, 126¾. Final
judges scores were 60-56, 59-56, and 59-57.
Quick Results from Australia!
(AUG 29) Last night at
the Entertainment Centre, Hurstville, New
South Wales, Australia, bantamweight 39-year old Carol Earl,
118, making her pro debut, of Southeast Sydney, Australia, had a
four round split draw with Lee Dittmar, 116.5. Final
judges scores were 39-37, 38-39, and 39-39. On this boxing
card, there were three additional bouts featuring men's boxing.
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WBAN has updated
our list with participating female boxers, on the WBAN Registry for Women boxers form
so that boxers can keep their current information available
for promoters, matchmakers, trainers, the media and more. Just take
a few minutes to update WBAN on your current information.
About Sue TL Fox - The creation of WBAN
Sue TL Fox, the
creator of WBAN boxed from 1976 -
1979, and re-entered into training in 1996 to get in shape. She heard
about the infamous Christy Martin vs. Diedre Gogarty
bout that was featured on a Mike Tyson card, and decided
that . . More
WBAN would like to have the boxing community connect with
WBAN on Twitter.
We are going to put up flash news that goes on in the sport and
otherwise. Our Twitter is "WBAN Buzz".
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WBAN extensive historical segment
In 1996, Sue TL Fox
of WBAN, began extensive research in the history of
female boxing. After two years of research, in
1998, she developed online Women Boxing Archive Network.
WBAN now houses one of the only archives of the sport
worldwide with massive amounts of historical data going
as far back as the 1800's. More on
This site features the latest and most controversial
on what's happening in Women's boxing today! WBAN has expanded to having the Top Women's Boxing
Records Site; The International Women's Boxing
Hall of Fame, The WBAN Resource Team; The
2012 Olympics Coverage of women's Boxing; and Hot Boxing News Site that
covers men's and women's boxing.
WBAN Award Patch Program
Clarification of the Official WBAN Patches - by
Sue TL Fox WBAN has
had a very good response from the boxing community about the
Official WBAN embroidery Patches. More
on WBAN Patch Program