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Ava Knight v. Arely Muciño IBF Flyweight title fight video from 10/30/11!

Ava Knight v. Arely Muciño IBF Flyweight title fight video from 10/30/11!

Ava Knight (r) v. Arely Mucino, Credit: HG Boxing

In case you missed it, here’s the Ava “Lady of Boxing” Knight v. Arely Muciño fight from October 30, 2011. California’s own Ava Knight (7-1-3, 4-KOs) won the IBF Female Flyweight Championship after a terrific body shot, left hook combination sent previously undefeated Arely Muciño (14-1-1, 8-KOs) to the canvas.  Mexico’s Arely Muciño  had held the title since January 2011 when she defeated Chantel Cordova (9-3-1, 3-KOs) for the vacant championship belt.

One hopes these two women warriors will fight again!

Here’s a link to a great piece about the fight by Ryan Maquinana.


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