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  W.I.B.A. - ASIA - APRIL 2007

W.I.B.A. Asia-Pacific ratings - April 2007

==HEAVYWEIGHT (over 175 lbs / over 79.4 kgs)
1. Jo Norman (NZ)

==LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT (175 lbs / 79.4 kgs==
1. vacant

==SUPER MIDDLEWEIGHT (168 lbs / 76.2 kgs)==
1. Wang Ya Nan (China)

==MIDDLEWEIGHT (160 lbs / 72.6 kgs)==
1. Demi Nguyen (USA)

==LIGHT MIDDLEWEIGHT (154 lbs / 70 kgs)==
1. Kuulei Kupihea (USA)

==WELTERWEIGHT (147 lbs / 66.7 kgs)==
1. Daniella Smith (NZ)
2. Sue Glassey (NZ)
3. Shayne Kingi (NZ)

==LIGHT WELTERWEIGHT (140 lbs / 63.5 kgs)==
1. Won Mi Chung (South Korea)

==LIGHTWEIGHT (135 lbs / 61.2 kgs)==
1. Chika Nakamura (USA)
2. Miriam Nakamoto (USA)
3. Chika Mizutani (Japan)
4. Christina Tai (NZ)
5. Teruko Shinpo (Japan)

==SUPER FEATHERWEIGHT (130 lbs / 59 kgs)==
1. vacant

==FEATHERWEIGHT (126 lbs / 57.2 kgs)==
1. Hu Juan (China)
2. Miki Kikugawa (Japan)
3. Jane Makairap (Philippines)
4. Xiang Hai Yan (China)
5. Satreelek Paradorngym (Thailand)

==SUPER BANTAMWEIGHT (122 lbs / 55.3 kgs)==
1. Yun Jung Jun (South Korea)
2. Tian Meng (China)
3. Amalia Padsico (Philippines)
4. Ji Ae Jang (South Korea)
5. Jasmin Ward (Australia)
6. Eriko Yone (Japan)
7. Hee-Jung Yuh (South Korea)

==BANTAMWEIGHT (118 lbs / 53.5 kgs)==
1. Eun Young Kim (South Korea)
2. Young Mi Jo (South Korea)
3. Noriko Kariya (Canada)
4. Hye Lim Lee (South Korea)
5. Bo Young Kim (South Korea)
6. Junko Kanbara (Japan)
7. Natsuki Fujimoto (Japan)
8. Michelle Preston (NZ)
9. Sun Young Jung (South Korea)
10. Waenthong Sakrungreong (Thailand)
11. Noriko Ishikawa (Japan)

==SUPER FLYWEIGHT (115 lbs / 52.2 kgs)==
1. Tsubasa Maedo (Japan)
2. Hwa Won Lee (South Korea)
3. Kim Sun Ho (South Korea)
4. Tomoko Koga (Japan)
5. Shen Dan Yue (China)
6. Edith Smith (Australia)
7. Georgia Keady (Australia)
8. Jung Mi Lee (South Korea)

==FLYWEIGHT (112 lbs / 50.8 kgs)==
1. Cheng Jing (China)
2. Kazumi Izaki (Japan)
3. Rie Fujimoto (Japan)
4. Manami Tsunami Arima (Japan)
5. Eileen Olszewski (USA)
6. Aya Tamaki (Japan)
7. O A Sithkaetai (Thailand)
8. Nongnoon Sithjadaeng (Thailand)
9. Eui Jung Jin (South Korea)
10. Bethany Davis (Australia)
11. Mi Ra Bae (South Korea)
12. Kimberly Tomes (USA)

==LIGHT FLYWEIGHT (108 lbs / 49 kgs)==
1. Yon Sun Han (North Korea)
2. Misa Marvelous Morimoto (Japan)
3. Lin Jin Mei (South Korea)
4. Su Hyun Oh (South Korea)
5. Anri (Japan)
6. Miho Uto (Japan)
7. Miyuki Kondo (Japan)
8. Eun Young Huh (South Korea)
9. So-Ra Min (South Korea)
10. Zhang Jing (China)
11. Jessica Oyang (Philippines)
12. Jujeath Nagawa (Philippines)
13. Geremie Tabastabas (Philippines)

==MINI FLYWEIGHT (105 lbs / 47.6 kgs)==
1. Satoko Kamimura (Japan)
2. Song Ae Jang (North Korea)
3. Nongmai Sor Siriporn (Thailand)
4. Dan Bi Kim (South Korea)
5. Jet Izumi (Japan)
6. Mayumi Kubo (Japan)
7. Ayaka Miyano (Japan)
8. Mami Ito (Japan)
9. Sho Moriyama (Japan)
10. Gypsy Taeko (Japan)
11. Gretchen Abaniel (Philippines)
12. Luo Yu Jie (China)
13. Momoko Kanda (Japan)
14. Aikawa Chikako (Japan)
15. Sakura (Japan)
16. Fairy Kim (South Korea)
17. Hye Min Kim (South Korea)
18. Yuri Kobayashi (Japan)
19. Go Misuki (Japan)
20. Li Hai Li (China)
21. Tse Hoi Wah (Hong Kong)
22. Liu Dan (China)
23. Atuko Okada (Japan)

==MINIMUMWEIGHT (102 lbs / 46.3 kgs)==
1. Nao Ikeyama (Japan)
2. Il Lim Jun (China)
3. Melissa Shaffer (USA)
4. Kumiko Nishida (Japan)
5. Winyu Paradorn Gym (Thailand)
6. Marika Watanabe (Japan)
7. Dee Hamaguchi (USA)
8. Tomoko Ito (Japan)
9. Nori Fujisawa (Japan)
10. Lilly Rachaprachagym (Thailand)
11. Gong Jin (China)
12. Christina Kwan (USA)



WIBA Asia-Pacfic by-laws
all WIBA Asia-Pacific title fights are 8 or 10 (2-minute) rounds.
Eliminators can be 6 or 8 rounds.
all WIBA Asia-Pacific champions will recieve a top-15 ratings by the WIBA. WIBA Asia-Pacific champions must defend their title once every 12 months, against the high rated available contender.
WIBA Asia-Pacific champions who recieve world title shots automatically vacate their WIBA Asia-Pacific titles.
WIBA complies with the Ali Act, and ABC rules and regulations.


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W.A.B.A.
Womens Asian Boxing Association
WABA President: Toshihiro Yamaki (Japan)
WABA Vice President: John Kim (South Korea)

WABA Commissioners:
Alex Paglumoten (Philippines)
Yang Ze Ming (China)
Amnuay Kesbumrung (Thailand)
Natalya Karpovich-Kibkalo (Russia)
Asit Banerjee (India)
Vadim Prisyaznyuk (Kazakhstan)
Nguyen Nhu Cuong (Vietnam)
Mel Kado (Cambodia)
Sudermadi (Indonesia)
(Taiwan)
(Nepal)
(Mongolia)
(Kyrgyzstan)
(Uzbekistan)
(Hong Kong)
(Myanmar [Burma])
(Malaysia)
(Sri Lanka)
(Laos)

WABA was established to help further develop and evolve womens boxing throughout asia.
there is plenty of fresh young talent from this part of the world (both pro and amateur) and the existance of the WABA will make it easier to recognise and track boxers from this region.
WABA will give women more opportunities to compete on the worlds stage, earning their ratings by establishing themselves as the best fighters in or from Asia. This will also bring the various nations of asia together in sport, and help to open up the sport of womens boxing worldwide.


 
 
     
 
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