Female Fight News for week of Dec. 4, 2017 Sulem Urbina By David A. Avila America finally catches up. After years of female prizefighting from the U.S. taking a back seat to the rest of the world the women in the states are finally getting recognition. Two former amateur stars appear on major fight […]
Tsunami Tenkai Beats Carleans Rivas for Regional Title
Former WBA super flyweight champion Tsunami Tenkai of Tokyo beat Carleans Rivas
Naoko Fujioka Wins Fifth World Title, America In Her Sights
Japanese fighting legend Naoko Fujioka finally captured her fifth world title belt
Female Fight News for week of Nov. 27 Worldwide Action
As we near the end of the year 2017 the sport of women’s boxing seems bent on going out
Naoko Fujioka Can’t Afford to Lose to Costa Rica’s Yokasta Valle
A magnificent fight is approaching.
The four weight division conqueror Naoko Fujioka
Yokasta Valle lives in the middle of tropical paradise Costa Rica. It’s an area known more for attracting tourist visitors than prizefighters.
The first female national championship in the minimumweight division went to Jun Yabuki after a six round clash against Fuka Komura on Monday.
Japan’s Momo Koseki Remains Boxing’s Greatest Secret
The highly anticipated 10-round contest for the WBC minimumweight title between the champion
WBC Interim Champ Kenia Enriquez Defends vs Jessica Nery Plata
Female prizefighting has swept the country of Mexico in two separate waves with many gaining
Reporting from Japan: Etsuko Tada Powers by Naoko Shibata
Showdowns between fellow rivals have always pleased fans in Japan.