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Renaissance and Female Fight News for week of May ...

Written by: David A. Avila

Female Fight News for week of May 22, 2017 Renaissance   By David A. Avila Dreams are being made and dreams are being chased by female prizefighters around the globe. In Japan a 41-year-old finally saw her world title goals achieved. Meanwhile, a 23-year-old from Tijuana, Mexico finds inspiration from a gutsy Puerto Rican woman grabbing titles in five weight divisions. This yea...

Kayoko Ebata: Newest Member to Japan’s World...

Written by: David A. Avila

Kayoko Ebata: Newest Member to Japan’s World Championship Club   By Yuriko Miyata More than 20 hard years of persistence paid off, finally. Kayoko Ebata (11-7, 6 Kos), a former OPBF flyweight champion, won the WBO strawweight title by unanimous decision over Erika Hanawa (7-1, 2 Kos) who was the top rated OPBF atomweight on Friday night at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo. The title w...

Maiva Hamadouche Stops Anahi Sanchez in France

Written by: David A. Avila

Hamadouche stops Sanchez in a bloody affair   By Diego Morilla In a spirited affair that was probably worthy of a bigger date than a Thursday night, Maiva Hamadouche made the second defense of her IBF female super featherweight title with a fourth round TKO over a willing but outgunned Anahí Sánchez on May 18th in Paris. It was an entertaining affair, and as such it was staged ...

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Renaissance and Female Fight News for week of May ...

Female Fight News for week of May 22, 2017 Renaissance   By David A. Avila Dreams are being made and dreams are being chased by female prizefighters around the globe. In Japan a 41-year-old finally saw her world title goals achieved. Meanwhile, a 23-year-old from Tijuana, Mexico finds inspiration from a gutsy Puerto Rican woman grabbing titles in five weight divisions. This yea...

Kayoko Ebata: Newest Member to Japan’s World...

Kayoko Ebata: Newest Member to Japan’s World Championship Club   By Yuriko Miyata More than 20 hard years of persistence paid off, finally. Kayoko Ebata (11-7, 6 Kos), a former OPBF flyweight champion, won the WBO strawweight title by unanimous decision over Erika Hanawa (7-1, 2 Kos) who was the top rated OPBF atomweight on Friday night at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo. The title w...