READ SUE TL FOX'S BIOGRAPHY
THAT HAS THE INDEPTH STORY ABOUT THIS MISMATCH
A picture tells a thousand words . . .
Before Sue TL Fox became of of the top female pro boxers in the
sport in 1979, she too was lied to and fraudulently misled into one
of the worst mismatches in the 70's that occurred on February 12,
1976. With research done on this bout, we found that
this fight was actually not sanctioned by the Oregon Athletic Boxing
Commission, and results were never given to FightFax, it ends up
being no more than an exhibition.
Background of this bout:
Fox was told just a couple of days prior to the fight taking place
that the four rounds were increased to three -minute rounds.
There was no contract, or a contract to ever make any changes to the
rounds, with the increase in minutes of the fight. Fox also
learned through the news media just a couple of days or so before
the fight, that what Kibby was NOT an out-of-shape boxer with only
two years of experience. She was actually a boxer who had
trained 13 years or so with her pro boxer brothers!
Fox had never trained inside of a ring, never had her hands
wrapped before this bout, and trained with a karate instructor, not
a boxing trainer.
(With research done on this
particular bout, WBAN found out that this fight was actually not sanctioned by the Oregon Athletic
Boxing Commission, and results were never given to FightFax, it ends up
being no more than an exhibition).
This fight has been "incorrectly" documented on Boxrec as a
sanctioned bout---it was an EXHIBITION - NOT Sanctioned by the State
of Oregon Athletic Boxing
Commission. Nor was this fight EVER reported to the official
record keeper FIGHTFAX---Fightfax has told WBAN that this fight
among many other female bouts in their opinion were only
exhibitions---and not sanctioned female bouts.