Tag Archives: Amanda Serrano

West Coast Fight Action and Female Fight News

Female Fight News for July 16, 2018 West Coast Shines and Future Action   By David A. Avila Two Southern California contenders fought in front of a small audience in Los Angeles but in front of a large national audience on ESPN. Up north, another contender performed too. West Coast boxing finally had its turn […]

Mid-Year Progress Report: Cecilia Braekhus, Claressa Shields and more

Mid-Year Progress Report Part I     By Felipe Leon   The year so far in female boxing has been an excellent one.  We have seen Cecilia Braekus break the glass ceiling over at HBO while Claressa Shields gave us one of the most watched fights on Showtime in a number of years.  With June […]

Ibeth Zamora: A New Triple Division Winner and Female Fight News

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 […]

Tiara Brown’s in Town and DiBella Signs Her, & Female Fight News

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 […]

Mexican Uprising: Moreno, Gomez, and Rivas

Esmeralda “Joya” Moreno Defends In Mexico, “Rusita” Rivas Challenges In Colombia   By Felipe Leon   Esmeralda “Joya” Moreno is in a unique situation.  After failing to exact revenge against Jessica “Kika” Chavez last September in the final of the WBC flyweight tournament, the 30-year-old mother of one still holds her WBC light flyweight world […]

Shelly Vincent is Back on May 5

Shelly Vincent: A Survivor, Back in the Ring   By Felipe Leon.   When it comes to a sport, there can’t be anything more difficult than professional boxing.  Yes there is baseball where you have to hit a 100 mile-per-hour fastball within a split second and there is football where if you have the ball […]

Mexican Women Reload and Female Fight News

Mexicans Reload and Female Fight News April 23   By David A. Avila Maybe it’s the proximity to Cinco de Mayo as Mexican prizefighters seem to be revving up the engines this weekend in major match ups throughout Mexico and North America. Mariana “La Barby” Juarez returns to the forefront as Mexico’s major attraction both […]

Fresh Faces: Here’s Alycia Baumgardner

Fresh Faces: Alycia Baumgardner     By Felipe Leon   The story of how 23-year-old Alycia Baumgardner (5-0, 4KO) got into boxing is not all that different except for one exception:  half African-American and a quarter Korean and a quarter Japanese, the aggressive-in-the-ring Baumgardner of Freemont, Ohio, was raised by a Mexican stepfather who introduced […]

Down Argentina Way and Female Fight News for April 16

Female Fight News April 16 Down Argentine Way and More   By David A. Avila Down under in Argentina a battle between two of their top world champions saw youth take the forefront as Daniel Bermudez won her duel with the first of that country’s top fighter’s Marcela Acuna. Bermudez, a speedy southpaw, was able […]

Amanda Serrano Fights in L.A. and Female Fight News

Female Fight Results April 9, 2018 Amanda Serrano in L.A.   By David A. Avila Boxing’s top knockout artist Amanda “The Real Deal” Serrano makes her MMA debut on Friday April 13, in Los Angeles, California. The famous Shrine Auditorium will be the site for the winner of five boxing world titles in five weight […]