Women on fight cards …
On the theme of professional women’s boxing … I thought I’d check out the fight cards for this coming Friday, November 30th and Saturday, December 1st using the World Schedule on BoxRec.
Should be fun!
11/30/12 (Total of 3 bouts out of 26 Fight Cards, No televised fights)
Ginásio Municipal de Esporte Luiz Fragossa, Vila Anastácio, Sao Paulo, Brazil
4×2, Super Flyweight, Michele Da Silva (Debut) v. Fabiana Morais (Debut)
Lugogo Stadium, Kampala, Uganda
4×2, Light Welterweight, Florence Muthoni (4-2-0, 2-KOs) v. Shabilla Namaga (0-2-1)
Eclipse Convention Center, Memphis, Tennessee, USA
4×2, Lightweight, Yolanda Ezell (2-2-0, 1-KO) v. Liz Drew (11-10-0, 4-KO)
12/1/2012 (Total 5 bouts of out of 31 Fight Cards, 1 televised fight)
Hershey Centre, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
4×2 Light Welterweight, Natalie Brown (5-2-0, 3-KOs) v. Tammie Johnson (4-3-2)
Mastergym, Duisburg, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
4×2 Lightweight, Michele Thon (4-0-0) v. Derya Saki (3-0-0)
Anhalt Arena, Dessau, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany
4×2 Lightweight, Nicole Wesner (Debut) v. Hana Horakova (2-6-0)
Burg-Waechter Castello, Düsseldorf, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
(televised on Germany SAT1)
WBA Female Flyweight Title
10×2, Flyweight, Susi Kentikian (29-1-0, 16-KO) v. Carina Moreno (22-5-0, 6-KO)
Gimnasio Los Naranjos, Boquete, Panama
10×2, Super Bantamweight, Chanttall Martinez (17-5-0, 7-KOs) v. Migdalia Asprilla (9–2-2, 8-KOs) — Main Event
And the winner is … Germany with a total of three fight cards with a female bout on each one!
The big female fight, of course is the WBA Female Flyweight title match between Susi Kenttikian and Carina Moreno, which, thankfully, is being televised on Germany’s SAT1, but …. please, this is pathetic.
And here’s a question. Saturday night’s Austin Trout v. Miguel Cotto fight has a total of nine bouts on the card. Given all the incredible talent among NYC professional female fighters, not to mention women fighting out of the Northeast, not one female bout could be added by any of the count them, three promoters involved in putting the fight card together (that would be Golden Boy Promotions, SMS Promotions and Promociones Miguel Cotto)???
Oh right, it’s Showtime, but even HBO Boxing has female bouts on the undercard.