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Great women’s boxing on July 30th: Nava v. Torres!

Great women’s boxing on July 30:  Nava v. Torres!

One of the great fights this past spring was the WBC championship battle between Jackie Nava (24-3-3, 11KO’s) and Ana Maria Torres (25-3-3, 15 KO’s).  After ten fierce rounds, the bout was scored a draw (95-95 by all three judges) leaving neither side particularly happy and setting up the possibility of a rematch.

To the delight of fans, come July 30th these two women warriors will have the chance to ply their remarkable skills a second time on the “Accounts Receivable” card being promoted by Zanfer and HG Boxing at the Metropolitan Center in Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas.

For a preview of the great boxing to come — here’s the video of their first meeting curtesy of YouTube.  We are talking ten non-stop action rounds!

 

 

 


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