Tag Archives: Jennifer Han

Melissa St. Vil Sets the Record Straight

Melissa St. Vil Sets The Record Straight   By Felipe Leon The story is as old as boxing. Promoter needs to sell tickets so they announce their star in a fight facing another big name but the other big name never gets contacted and is never told.  Come fight night, an injury is invented or […]

Female Fight News for week of Feb. 13, 2017 Jennifer Han and more

Female Fight News for week of Feb. 13, 2017 Jennifer Han and more Action in the female fight world saw some increased action in Hungary, Mexico and Venezuela this past weekend with several ex-world champions participating in main events in several continents. In Europe two of Hungary’s best collided with each other as Kleopatra Tolnai […]

Big Week for Serrano Sisters Cindy and Amanda

Big Week for Serrano Sisters Cindy In Puerto Rico and Amanda on TV   Christmas arrived exactly on time for the Serrano sisters. Cindy Serrano (24-5-3) meets Calixta Salgado (15-7-3) for the vacant WBO featherweight world title on Saturday in Puerto Rico and last week it was announced Amanda Serrano’s upcoming title defense will be […]

Katie Taylor Wins Pro Debut and More Female Fight News

Katie Taylor Wins Pro Debut by KO in England   Two of the most decorated amateur female boxers in the world entered the boxing ring as prizefighters in the past two weeks. It marks a significant moment for women’s boxing worldwide. Katie Taylor who is perhaps Europe’s most celebrated amateur female boxer made her pro […]

Fresh Faces: Raquel Miller

Born one of eight siblings, there might not have been another choice for 31-year-old super welterweight Raquel Miller (2-0, 1KO) but to become a fighter.   Always boxing enthusiasts, her family would gather around the television and like most of the rest of the world in the late 80s, would watch the “baddest man on […]

Female Boxing Televised on Showtime in 2017 says Showtime’s Espinoza

Female Boxing Televised on Showtime in 2017 says Showtime’s Espinoza   The revolution will be televised, the revolution will be televised. And it will be live. Loosely using a quote from the late Gil Scott Heron, the revolution of American women’s boxing takes a giant leap with a boost from network television. Showtime will be […]

Christy Martin’s Promotional Debut and Female Fight News

Christy Martin’s Promotional Debut Features Female Title Fight and other news   Many consider Christy “The Coalminer’s Daughter” Martin one of the greatest female fighters of all time. Now she’s tackling promoting. “I truly feel it was easier being the fighter,” said Martin. “But I am excited to start this new phase of my boxing […]

Melissa St. Vil to the Rescue

In boxing, one of the biggest perks for champions or journeymen alike is the opportunity to travel. To see new lands, meet new people, live new experiences while getting paid and doing what you love might be the best part of the sport, besides a hefty paycheck.  It looks like Brooklyn, New York’s Melissa St. […]

Jelena Mrdjenovich Wins in France and Female Fight News

Canada’s Jelena Mrdjenovich Wins in France and Other Female Fight News   WBC and WBA featherweight titlist Jelena Mrdjenovich proved once more no boundaries exist when it comes to substantiating her ranking among the best female fighters pound for pound in the world today. Mrdjenovich (37-10-1, 19 Kos) traveled to Cergy-Pontoise, France to meet undefeated […]