Women’s Boxing Results


In the super-featherweight class, Betiana Patricia Vinas moved to (11-7-3) with a six-round, unanimous decision victory over Gloria Elena Yancaqueo who drops to (3-8-2) with the loss. Vinas, who has won only two of her last five starts, is the former IBF World female super-featherweight champion and WBC Silver female featherweight title holder. Yancaqueo is (1-7-2) in her last ten fights having been disqualified twice. She lost a point in the third round in this fight for an intentional head butt.

Czech Republic:

Lucie Sedlackova, 125 ¾, remained undefeated (9-0-1, 4 KOs) after pounding out a ten-round, unanimous decision victory over the tough, but limited Doris Koehler, 123 ½, who drops to (12-16-2). The scoring was wide-margined: (100-89/ 100-88/ 100-89). The 22-year-old Sedlackova is a bright prospect at featherweight.

On the same fight card, 21-year-old minimumweight prospect Fabiana Bytyqi improves to (10-0, 3 KOs) with a ten-round, unanimous decision victory (98-92/98-92/99-93) over Evgeniya Zablotskaya who drops to (8-14). Bytyqi holds the WBC Youth female minimumweight title which wasn’t on the line in this battle.


Russian featherweight Elena Gradinar moved to (5-0) with an eight-round, unanimous decision victory over Jasmina Nad who drops to (6-16-3).


WBC World female Super-middleweight champion Nikki Adler won the vacant WIBF World super-middleweight title and the GBU Female World super-middleweight strap with a ten-round, unanimous decision victory (100-90/99-91/100-90) over Mery Rancier. With the win, the 29-year-old Adler improves to (16-0, 9 KOs) whereas Rancier drops to (7-8-3, 5 KOs). Adler, virtually unknown, is a talented fighter who is limited because of the lack of quality opponents at super-middleweight.


Russian Inna Sagaydakovskaya, 147 ¾, continues to impress winning on a disqualification over Najat Hasnouni, 149 ¼, in the ninth round of a scheduled ten. The 32-year-old Sagaydakovskaya, a former Russian amateur star, is a name to remember in the professional ranks at super-welterweight.


Las Vegas-based light-flyweight Marina Ramirez returned to her winning ways scoring a majority decision victory over Canadian Judith Pereira. Ramirez, who was knocked out by New Yorker Natalie Gonzalez (KO-2) in November, moved to (3-1) in her brief career whereas Pereira evened her docket at (1-1).


23-year-old prospect Segolene Lefebvre secured the vacant WBF female super-bantamweight title with a ninth-round stoppage victory of trial horse Simone Da Silva Duarte. At the time of the stoppage, Lefebvre was dominating the score cards (78-74/79-73/79-75). With the win, Lefebvre improves to (7-0, 1 KO) and Duarte drops to (15-11, 6 KOs) and suffers her fourth stoppage loss.


Kenia Enriquez, who has been quiet since dropping the WBO World female flyweight title to “Mighty” Melissa McMorrow two years ago, won an eight-round, unanimous decision victory (80-72/80-72/79-73) over Guadalupe Martinez. With the win, Enriquez moves to (18-1, 8 KOs) whereas Martinez drops to an underwhelming (4-7). The 23-year-old Enriquez, who is still considered a future star of the sport, is (5-0, 2 KOs) since dropping the title.


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