Women’s Boxing Results:
On May 24 Yolaine Lin De Lauf of Binche, Hainaut, Belgium, improved to (9-2, 2 KOs) with an eight-round unanimous decision over 26-year-old French flyweight Sandy Coget who dropped to (4-4-1) with the loss. It was the third consecutive win for De Lauf since losing to American Noemi Bosques in August 2014.
On May 24 in Sofia, Bulgaria, in a battle of titans, Borislava Goranova (10-41-2) drew with Galina Gumliiska (10-37-1).
The Fighting Larrosa Sisters!
On May 23 at Club Cires Norte in Olivos, Buenos Aires, Argentina, hard-punching lightweight prospect Florencia “La Guerrera” Larrosa, 134 ½, moved to (4-0, 4 KOs) with a second round knockout of Marquez Micaela, 131 ¾, who was making her professional debut. Larrosa fights out of Campana, Buenos Aires and turned professional in October 2014.
On the same card, super-lightweight slugger Cintia Larrosa (4-0, 4 KOs) ruined the professional debut of Angeles Aros (0-1) by stopping her in the third round of a scheduled four. Cintia and Florencia, mentioned above, are sisters. Weights: Larrosa-139, Aros-135 ½.
Also on the card, Yamila Ester “La Maquinita” Reynoso, 144 ¾, of General Villegas, improved to (6-0-2, 6 KOs) with a first-round stoppage of Maria Marta Lima, 143 ¼, who was making her professional debut.
On May 23 Alisah McPhee (4-1-1) won the vacant Canadian Professional Boxing Council – Western Canadian female bantamweight title with an eight round unanimous decision over Peggy Maerz (2-8-1).
On May 23 in Mungyung, South Korea, “Defector Girl Boxer” Hyun-Mi Choi (10-0-1, 3 KOs) successfully defended her WBA World female super-featherweight title with a ten-round unanimous decision over Chicka Mizutani (14-5). The loss to Choi was the first start for the challenger since dropping a ten-round decision to Erica Farias in a bid for the WBC lightweight title in June 2013. Choi, who in October 2008 won the WBA World female featherweight title in her professional debut, is a two-division champion and the victory over Mizutani represents her third successful defense of the WBA super-featherweight title.
— WBA (@WBABoxing) May 22, 2015
Mexico: On May 23 Ibeth “La Roca” Zamora-Silva, 107 ¾, San Cristobal Huichochitlan, defended her WBC World female light-flyweight title for the fourth time with a sixth round stoppage of Jolene Blackshear, 105 ¼, of San Diego. With the win, Zamora-Silva improves to (23-5, 9 KOs) and Blackshear drops to (9-7). After the loss, the 45-year-old Blackshear announced her retirement from the ring. It was the eighth consecutive victory for the 26-year-old Zamora-Silva the longest such streak of her career.
On May 23 in Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico, Yazmin “La Rusita” Rivas (33-8, 10 KOs) defended her WBC World female bantamweight title for the third time with a sixth round stoppage of Simone Da Silva Duarte (14-9). The 27-year-old Rivas is quickly scaling the pound-for-pound rankings having previously held the WBC super-flyweight title and IBF World female bantamweight title.