Women’s Boxing Results


Argentina

19 November 2016

Erica Anabella Farias, 139 1/4, successfully defended her WBC World female super-lightweight title for the third time with a ten-round, unanimous decision over former IBF World female super-lightweight champion Marisa Gabriela Nunez, 139 1/4, by the scores (97-93/97-93/98-92). With the win, Farias improves to (24-1, 10 KOs) whereas Nunez drops to a deceiving (7-7-2).

On the undercard, in light flyweight action, Andrea Soledad Sanchez, 107 ¾, won a four-round, majority decision over Jazmin Gala Vilarino, 110, who was making her professional debut. Sanchez, a prospect worth watching, improves to (5-0-1, 1 KO).

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Czech Republic

19 November 2016

Fast-rising minimumweight prospect Fabiana Bytyqi, 104 ¼, defended her WBC Youth female minimumweight title with a ten-round, unanimous decision over Halima Vunjabei, 105, by the scores (100-90/99-91/99-91). The 20-year-old Bytyqi will likely develop into a championship level fighter, but at this time, isn’t nearly ready to compete against the upper-levels of the minimumweight division. She’s aggressive and owns a high work rate, but her accuracy and defense at close range needs refinement.

With the win, Bytyqi improves to (9-0, 3 KOs) whereas Vunjabei of Tanzania drops to (3-3-1, 2 KOs). Boxrec ranks Bytyqi at #1 in her homeland of the Czech Republic and #23 in the world at minimum weight.

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On the undercard, 22-year-old Lucie Sedlackova, 125 ¼, won the vacant WBC Youth female featherweight title and the WBO European female featherweight title with a ten-round, unanimous decision over Pasa Malagic, 123 ¼, by the scores (95-93/97-91/95-93). Both fighters lost a point on a foul during the contest. Like Bytyqi, Sedlackova needs refinement before she makes a serious run at a legitimate world title. Malagic, 22, drops to (11-4-3, 3 KOs) with the loss. At best, Malagic will develop into a trial horse in Europe as she’s lost to only talented fighters; Jemyma Betrian (UD-4), Ewa Brodnicka (UD-4), and Jelena Mrdjenovich (TKO-3) each pounded out wins over Malagic.

Germany

19 November 2016

Beke Bas, 131, ½, won the vacant Germany GBA female lightweight title with a ten-round, split decision over Aida Halac, 125 ¾. The scoring was strange, (100-90/99-91/94-96) for the 22-year-old Bas who’s an intriguing prospect. Due to her lack of height (5’2”), she’s better suited at light bantamweight but is still strong at lightweight.

On the undercard, Leonie Giebel, 126 ½, a super featherweight prospect, moved to (10-0-1, 1 KO) with an eight-round, unanimous decision over Bojana Libiszewska (2-19). Giebel is facing entry level opposition and has at times, struggled. She owns good long-range boxing skills if the opponent cooperates by sitting at a distance. Aggressive fighters give her problems.

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Giebel and Bas

On a different card in Germany, Christina “Black Mamba” Linardatou, 136 ¼, of Greece via the Dominican Republic, defeated Andreja Bester, 137 ¼, by winning every round of a six-round contest. This was the first bout for Linardatou (9-1, 5 KOs) since failed to lift the WBC World female lightweight title against Delfine Persoon (UD-10) in June.

United States

19 November 2016

Claressa Shields, 167, won a four-round, unanimous decision (40-36) over Franchon Crews, 168. Shields, a two-time Olympic Gold Medalist, out landed Crews 76-27. Shields made $50,000 and Crews pocketed $10,000.

Switzerland

18 November 2016

Super bantamweight Pamela Treand, 119 ½, moved to (5-0, 2 KOs) with a six-round unanimous decision (60-54/ 60-54/ 59-55) over an outsized Claudia Ferenczi, 113 ½, who drops to (13-54-6) with the loss.

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United States

18 November 2016

In a battle of light-flyweight prospects, Natalie Gonzalez, 105 ½, wins by knockout in the second round over Marina Ramirez, 106. Gonzalez, a two-time New York Daily News Golden Glove champion, improves to a perfect (3-0, 1 KO) whereas Ramirez drops to (2-1). Despite the knockout loss, Ramirez is a prospect to watch; Gonzalez, New Rochelle, New York, is a future star in the sport.

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Photo Credit: Xavier Mascarenas

France, super bantamweights

Elodie Bourchlaka (2-1-2) W PTS-6 Mirela Barudzic (1-7)

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