In Austria, world flyweight champion Eva Vorabarger (18-3, 9 KO’s) made the jump to the super flyweight division and brought home two world title belts; the vacant WIBF and WBF championships were both up for grabs in the bout between Voraberger and Nonggift Onesongchaigym (6-2-1, 1 KO). The new champ, who took a 10 round unanimous decision, had won the WIBF and WBF Intercontinental flyweight titles in her last contest six months ago. Last September she dropped a close 10 round contest to Raja Amasheh who, at the time, held the same WBF title won by Varaberger this weekend.
Also on the card, 37 year old Oezlem Sahin (18-0-1, 6 KO’s) scored a six round knockout over Buangern OnesongchaiGym (11-7-1, 2 KO’s) to win the WIBF, WBF, and GBU minimum-weight titles. It’s the first world title reign for the undefeated fighter, who also held the WIBF International light flyweight strap in 2011.
Coming in off five consecutive losses, Mexico’s Judith Rodriguez (7-7, 5 KO’s) scored a second round stoppage of Aniya Seki (24-3-2, 2 KO’s) to grab the WBC Silver super flyweight title. Seki had won seven straight bouts and three world titles as a super bantamweight and super flyweight since mid-2012, in addition to the WBC Silver belt. Rodriguez had taken part in five title bouts previously, and had lost each time. Prior to this weekend’s title winner, her last victory was over two years ago.
WBO light welterweight champ Fernanda Soledad Alegre (19-1-1, 9 KO’s) fought in a non-title bout, scoring an eight round decision over Roxana Laborde (8-13-2, 3 KO’s). Alegre has held the title since December of 2010 and has nine successful defenses under her belt.