WIBA bantamweight champion Carolina Rodriguez (10-0, 1 KO) remained undefeated, stopping Natalia Lopez (3-13) in five rounds in Chile. Rodriguez won the title in her last bout in August with a 10 round decision over undefeated Ana Lozano. She’s also holder of the WBA Fedalatin bantamweight title.
Victoria Cisneros (11-14-2, 4 KO’s) scored an upset in Mexico, dealing Paty Ramirez (8-1, 3 KO’s) her first defeat and winning the vacant WBC Silver welterweight title via RTD 3. The bout was stopped when Ramirez failed to come out following the third round. Cisneros, who had failed in three prior title bids, was coming off back to back victories earlier this year. Ramirez still holds the NABF welterweight title, which she won in November of 2011 but has only defended once; a 10 round victory that took place this past July.
Also in Mexico, headlining a card in Progreso, Yucatán, former WBO and IBA super bantamweight champ Ana Julaton (13-4-1, 2 KO’s) took a 10 round decision over Perla Hernandez (10-7-3, 2 KO’s). Julaton, coming off a loss to Celina Salazar earlier this year, is looking to get back into title contention since losing the WBO strap to Yesica Marcos early last year. Coming into this bout, Hernandez had been unbeaten for nearly four years, picking up five wins and two draws.
Newly crowned champion Victoria Noelia Bustos (11-2) retained the IBF lightweight title, defeating Roxana Laborde (8-11-2) over 10 rounds in Argentina. Bustos won the vacant strap six weeks ago defeating Ana Laura Esteche. Bustos also holds the Argentina lightweight belt.
In Celaya, Guanajuato, Mexico, Ana Arrazola (19-9-2, 13 KO’s) made the first defense of the WBF light flyweight title against Maria del Refugio Jiminez Cruz (10-7), winning a 10 round decision. After being unsuccessful in multiple attempts to win a world title over the years, Arrazola won a decision over Guadalupe Martinez in August to gain the WBF belt. Cruz was coming off decision win in her previous outing, but had dropped five straight fights before that. This was her first title attempt.
Auditorio General Arteaga in Queretaro, Mexico played host to a card featuring four female bouts with two world titles up for grabs. Jessica Gonzalez (4-1) took a 10 round decision over Yazmin Rivas (28-8, 9 KO’s) to win the interim WBC bantamweight title. Gonzalez took part in the reality program “Todas Contra Mexico” in 2011, where she went 1-1-1 in three six round contests that aren’t part of her official pro record. Rivas also took part in the program, going undefeated with a 3-0-1 tally, but didn’t fight Gonzalez on the show. Since then she was on a seven bout winning streak, and won the IBF bantamweight title which she has made four successful defenses: that title wasn’t at stake against Gonzalez.
Irma Garcia (8-1-1, 1 KO) successfully defended the WBA bantamweight title for the second time, defeating Magoli Rodriguez (13-5-1, 7 KO’s) over 10 rounds. Rodriguez was running a six fight winning streak, including a decision over the previously mentioned Jessica Gonzalez. Coincidentally, Garcia was coming off a loss in a non-title bout to Gonzalez in August. Garcia has also taken part in the boxing reality program with Gonzalez and Rivas, taking a 3-0-1 record.
In eight round action, WBC light flyweight champion Esmeralda Moreno (25-6-1, 9 KO’s) drew in a non-title affair with Karina Hernandez (4-0-3, 1 KO). Moreno was on a 12 fight winning streak, it was Hernandez second consecutive draw.
Coming off a five bout losing streak, Maria Villalobos (13-10-1, 5 KO’s) won an eight round decision over Alma De la Cruz (3-6). Among the five losses for Villalobos were three world title shots and a shot at the WBC silver title.
Non-title action in South Korea for IFBA super flyweight champion Hee-Jung Yuh (9-2, 3 KO’s), who scores a sixth round knockout in a scheduled six rounder against sacrificial lamb Maimuang Sitkhurusian (1-4). Yuh has won eight straight.