Category Archives: TPF

Miyao Returns

Japan Reporting: The Return of Ayaka Miyao

Ayaka Miyao Returns   By Yuriko Miyata   Hard times might be necessary for adventurers to reach their goals.   Former WBA atomweight champion Ayaka Miyao (22-7-1, 6KOs) came back to the ring after a lengthy year and a half year absence last Thursday at Tokyo’s Korakuen Hall in Japan.   Miyao stopped a former […]


Germany is Rocking Again and Female Fight News

Female Fight News June 11, 2018 Germany Rocking Again   By David A. Avila Germany is rocking this week. Just like old times. A decade ago if you wanted to find a top tier female prize fight, you looked to Germany. Now the rest of the world has caught up but the country still has […]

Unsatisfying Victory

Delfine Persoon Wins But Wants No Katie

Delfine Persoon Gets Another Unsatisfying Victory Over Natalia del Valle Aguirre    By Phil Woolever   WBC Lightweight Champion Delfine Persoon scored a widespread unanimous decision over Natalia del Valle Aguirre in Belgium Saturday night, but it was not the type of scene one might imagine for a fighter who is considered one of the best […]

American Fighters

D-Day for American Prizefighters and Female Fight ...

Female Fight News June 4, 2018 D-Day for American Fighters   By David A. Avila D-Day is approaching for women’s prizefighting in the month of June led by an invasion force that includes Claressa “T-Rex” Shields dropping to the middleweight division. Seventy-four years ago, on June 6, the Allied Forces invaded Normandy Beach in France […]


Franchon Crews Ready to Roll

Franchon Crews: The Art of Staying in One’s Lane   By David A. Avila Franchon Crews Dezurn knows how to make an entrance. Back in 2005, the world got its first glimpse of the Virginia native when she stepped on the American Idol platform and sang Alicia Keye’s “If I Ain’t Got You” to an […]


Poland reporting: Ewa Piatkowska Survives Maria Li...

Ewa Piatkowska Survives A Tough Challenge From Maria Lindberg   By Phil Woolever   International women’s boxing maintained its growing momentum as defending titlist Ewa Piatkowska battled Maria Lindberg for the WBC super welterweight championship on Friday night.   Piatkowska (11-1, 4 KOs) earned a rugged, majority decision victory over Lindberg (16-4-2, 9 KOs) in […]


Ibeth Zamora: A New Triple Division Winner and Fem...

Female Fight News for May 28, 2018 Triple Threats   By David A. Avila A third Mexican female fighter Ibeth Zamora joined the ranks of her fellow countrywomen in winning three world titles in three weight divisions. Zamora joins Mariana Juarez and Yazmin Rivas as those Mexican fighters with three division world titles strapped around […]


Ibeth Zamora vs Melissa McMorrow; Lulu Juarez vs J...

The Best Comes In Threes: Zamora vs McMorrow   By Felipe Leon   In the world of female boxing, Mexico imposes a large shadow over the sport. In spite of that, it wasn’t until the legendary Mariana “Barbie” Juarez captured the WBC bantamweight title in April of last year the country had their first three-divisional […]


Tiara Brown’s in Town and DiBella Signs Her,...

Female Fight News for May 21, 2018 Tiara Brown’s in Town   By David A. Avila Tiara Brown won world and national titles in the amateur boxing world, defeated some of the toughest female boxers in the world, patrols as a police officer in one of the more rugged metropolitan cities in America. So why […]

Cornejo Scores

Maricela “La Diva” Cornejo Dominates i...

Maricela Cornejo Scores Multiple Knockdowns in Playa del Carmen   By David A. Avila Middleweight contender Maricela “La Diva” Cornejo didn’t need six scheduled rounds as she routed Claudia Ramirez and floored the Mexican native several times to win by knockout on Saturday. Cornejo (11-2, 4 KOs) grabbed her second consecutive knockout with a blistering […]