Heather Hardy Wins

The extremely exciting Heather “The Heat” Hardy (6-0) was once again victorious  at a “Broadway Boxing” event, this time against the rugged Cassie Trost  (1-2-1).  Hardy, who has a rapidly growing fan base, showed her normal  tenacity.  Trost, started off well in the 1st, but the success was short  lived as Hardy found her rhythm. “The Heat” started to break down Trost with a  debilitating body and head attack.  She was able to even out the  assault. In the 4th round, the attack from Hardy was just too much and  Trost took a knee.  The knee was immediately followed by the ref calling a  halt to the action, making Hardy the TKO winner at the 1:30 mark.

Yesica Bopp overwhelms Anastasia Toktaulova

WBO/WBA flyweight champion Yesica Bopp (25-1, 11KOs) dominated Anastasia  Toktaulova (14-12) over ten rounds at the Racing Club in Avellaneda, Buenos  Aires, Argentina. All three judges saw it 100-90 for the champion. It was Bopp’s  first  match since suffering her first career loss in June, a ten round  decision to WBC silver champion Yessica Chavez. Bopp previously won a decision  over Chavez and hopes to get a trilogy match between the two of them.

Here Comes Heather Hardy

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – On Wednesday, July 24, 2013, Heather “The Heat”  Hardy (Brooklyn, NY pro record: 5-0-0) returns to the Roseland Ballroom in New  York City against Cassie Trost (Seattle, WA pro record: 1-1-1) in a six-round  bout. Hardy, a super bantamweight, last fought on April 4, 2013, winning her  rematch with Mikayla Nebel by unanimous decision. In the main event. Yuri  Foreman (Brooklyn, NY pro record: 30-2-0, w/ 8 KOs) will face Jamaal Davis  (14-9-1 w/ 6 KOs) in an eight-round bout. Along with Hardy and Foreman,  undefeated prospects such as Travis Peterkin, Ytalo Perea, Luis Olivares, Luis  Cruz, and Emmanuel De Jesus will be featured on this latest installment of the  “Broadway Boxing” series, sponsored by DiBella Entertainment (DBE) and 50 Cent’s  SMS Promotions.   Hardy said, “I’ve been working really  hard in the gym and it’s going to show in that ring on July 24. I know that my  coach, Devon Cormack, has prepared me well and I will do whatever he asks in  order to win this fight. Adjustments are made every round that I fight, so I  prepare by making sure I’m physically able to do what’s asked of me. I’m in  shape, on my weight, and I’m ready to go. I can’t wait to see my fans fill the  Roseland Ballroom. I’m fighting for all the women boxers out there. We belong on  big cards and we prove that every time we fight. Thank you to promoter Lou  DiBella for giving me an opportunity to showcase my abilities on a big  show.”   Devon Cormack, Team Hardy’s trainer and manager, said,  “Heather’s preparation for this fight is similar to all her other fights. She  needs to be in the best shape she can be, ready to go all six rounds without a  break. She will be prepared to execute whatever her corner asks her to do during  the fight. I’ve seen what her opponent does, and Heather just needs to execute  my instructions in every round. Heather’s matches on DiBella’s cards have  captured the New York audience, because they have all demonstrated that the  female boxers have learned their craft to the point where they are equally as  talented and exciting to watch as the men are.”   Hardy, an  Irish-American, was born on January 25, 1982, in Brooklyn, New York. She  graduated from Stella Maris High School in Queens, New York, where she played  softball and soccer. She attended college and graduated with a degree in  forensic psychology from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in 2005. In  addition to her career as a professional boxer, she currently works as a boxing  and fitness trainer at Gleason’s Gym, and is the mother of a nine-year old  daughter, Annie.

In May 2010, Hardy entered Gleason’s Gym in Brooklyn, New York, where she met  Devon Cormack. After eleven months of training with Cormack, Hardy won the 125  lb 2011 Metro and Regional Titles then went on to win the USA Boxing 2011  National Title. In 2012, she won the 125 lb Golden Gloves Featherweight title.  Her overall amateur record was 16-5. Cormack gave her the name “The Heat”  because of her aggressive boxing style. On August 2, 2012, Hardy won her pro  debut by unanimous decision at the Roseland Ballroom in New York City. She  signed with New York-based boxing promoter, Lou DiBella, and his promotional  company, DiBella Entertainment.   Heather Hardy is the subject of a  new feature film titled, “Hardy,” directed by Natasha Verma. For the past few  months, camera crews have been following the pro boxer, filming all aspects of  her life. Production on the film is scheduled to finish later this year. Verma  said, “Heather and her team have been great to work with. By sharing Heather’s  life with the world, this movie should bring lots of excitement and new fans to  women’s boxing. She has a great story and it needed to be told.”

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Yesica Bopp to defend against Anastasia Toktaulova


Buenos Aires star Yésica “La Tuti” Bopp (24-1, 11 KOs), the reigning world  junior flyweight champion of the World Boxing Association (WBA) and  World Boxing Organization (WBO), will defend both of her titles  against American-based Russian, Anastasia Toktaulova (14-11, 2 KOs) on  Friday, July 19, in Avellaneda, Buenos Aires, Argentina. The event will  be staged by OR Promotions, and televised live by TyCSports. Bopp  returns for the first time since her decision loss to Mexico’s Yesica Chavez,  the current silver champion of the World Boxing Council (WBC).

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Nicola Adams defeats Stoyka Petrova

Olympic champion Nicola Adams led home a trio of Great Britain gold medallists  at the Women’s European Boxing Championships in Hungary. Fighting in her first  competition since her historic triumph in London last summer, Adams outpointed  Bulgaria’s Stoyka Petrova to successfully defend her EU flyweight title by  unanimous decision. Adams was joined on top of the podium by team-mates Lisa  Whiteside and Savannah Marshall, who also scored unanimous verdicts over Czech  Alice Sromkova and Holland’s Nouchka Fontjin respectively.

Cecilia Braekhus vs. Oxandia Castillo

WBA, WBC & WBO Female Welterweight Champion Cecilia Braekhus (22-0, 6  KOs) will take on WBO Female Light Middleweight Champion Oxandia Castillo (12-0,  9 KOs) in a clash of unbeaten champions on September 7. Castillo shocked the  boxing world in February when she stopped Hanna Gabriel to become world champion  at the age of 18. Widely considered the “next big thing in women´s boxing”, the  fearless Castillo now travels to Frederikshavn to challenge the “First Lady” at  Arena Nord. “Bring it on,” Braekhus said.

“This should be a great fight – two unbeaten champions, two highly-motivated  fighters and a great crowd in Frederikshavn. It will be another exciting night  for women´s boxing. I have a lot of respect for Oxandia´s accomplishments. Her  victory over Gabriel was impressive. I know what it´s like to be the  up-and-coming youngster that hunts down the big names, I´ve been in her position  myself. But she has never been in the ring with someone like me. Her winning  streak will come to an end on September 7.”   Said promoter Nisse  Sauerland: “Braekhus versus Castillo is an exciting fight of two unbeaten  champions. It´s the best fighter in the world against the biggest talent with a  fearsome record. Cecilia has made a habit of defending her titles against the  best opponents out there and here she is again, taking on this mysterious  teenage kid with the big bang. It´s a big risk Cecilia takes, Castillo is bigger  and more powerful, but when you have Cecilia´s boxing skills, there is no need  to be afraid of anybody. It will be another great fight at Arena  Nord.”   Meanwhile, Team Sauerland is delighted to announce the  signing of Swedish knock-out artist Oscar Ahlin. The 23-year-old light  heavyweight from Stockholm, who has won all of his seven professional fights by  KO, has inked a long-term deal with Europe´s biggest boxing promoters. He will  receive regular exposure on the Nordic Fight Nights.   Ahlin is the  latest addition to an ever-growing line-up of Swedish talents that already  features WBC Light Heavyweight Youth Champion Erik Skoglund (17-0, 9 KOs),  London 2012 Olympian Anthony Yigit (4-0, 1 KO) and heavyweight hopeful Otto  Wallin (1-0, 1 KO). “I am thrilled to fight for Team Sauerland,” Ahlin said.  “They are the undisputed market leaders in Scandinavia and Europe. It´s the  place to be for everybody who wants to be a champion one day. The Nordic Fight  Nights will provide me with a fantastic opportunity to show who I am and what I  am capable of doing. It will be fun with so many Swedish fighters.  ”   Ahlin made his name known in April 2013 when he knocked out  unbeaten Norwegian Tim-Robin Lihaug in the third round of their clash in  Frederikshavn. “That was a big win for me,” he said. “I wouldn´t be here had I  lost that fight.”  

Cecilia Braekhus Career Set

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Debora Dionicius vs. Marisa Portillo

International Boxing Federation (IBF) junior bantamweight world champion,  unbeaten Argentinean Débora “La Gurisa” Dionicius, will face former three time  world title challenger, Argentinean Marisa “La Nena” Portillo, trying to defend  for the second time her belt, in the 10-round main event of an exciting night  that will take place on Saturday, July 6th., at Club Huracán, in Villaguay,  Entre Ríos, Argentina, in a presentation promoted by Argentina Boxing  Promotions, of Mario Margossian, televised live by TyC Sports in Argentina and  lots of parts of America, starting at 11 p.m.
“La Gurisa” (12-0, 4  KOs), form Villaguay, Entre Ríos, former South American champ, will put in the  line the title she conquered on November 24th., with a boxing lesson over  Michelle Preston, from New Zealand, with a wide unanimous decision, and that she  the defended with a new brilliant and unanimous decision over Uruguayan Gabriela  Bouvier on April 13th., against an experienced Portillo (13-7-2, 2 KOs), ranked  IBF #3, who has already disputed three belts in Mexico and Argentina, facing  Mexican Ana María Torres, and Argentineans Carolina Duer and Yésica Bopp, always  at their backyards, giving good presentations and never being knocked  out.
The 25-year-old Dionicius, former Argentine Amateur Team, with  which she represented her country getting medals all over the world, had her  best birthday present when she turned professional on March 19th., 2011, beating  Natalia López in Córdoba. After exhibiting her peculiar style in ladies which  combines an elegant technique with a notorious speed and power, she defeated  every rival that was put in front of her. On May 5th., 2012, she scored a  unanimous decision over Uruguayan Stefany Bizquiazo, to get her South American  junior bantamweight belt, at her native Villaguay, Entre Ríos. On July 6th., she  won another wide unanimous decision against Brazilian Waleria Rodrigues Dos  Santos, defending her title, again in Villaguay, and with which she became #2 in  the IBF world ranking. On November 24th., she faced IBF #1, tough and strong New  Zealand’s Michelle Preston, punishing her badly during ten rounds, to finally  conquer the IBF junior bantamweight world title in Villaguay. And on April  13th., she did the same thing over tough former Uruguayan world title challenger  Gabriela Bouvier in Paraná, Entre Ríos. But now, who is considered by the  majority of the media the most important female rising boxing star in the  country will have to prove again all of what is expected from her, knowing that  the challenges will get harder, to shine once more in order to defend her crown,  and become the best queen in the 115 pounds.
In Portillo, 25 years  old, she will have a complicated opponent who has fought abroad and disputed  three world titles. After having defeated most countrywomen in the division, “La  Nena” faced Argentinean Yésica Marcos -current super bantamweight world  champion-. On October 8th., 2011, she presented battle to Mexican Ana María  Torres, for the World Boxing Council (WBC) junior bantamweight belt, falling by  decision in Los Cabos, Mexico. After two victories, on October 26th., 2012, she  made the distance against Argentinean Carolina Duer, for the World Boxing  Organization (WBO) junior bantamweight title. And after beating previously  unbeaten countrywomen Ivonne Córdoba on December, on January 26th., she went  down on weight and faced also countrywomen Yésica Bopp, ending in a technical  decision over ten rounds, disputing the World Boxing Association (WBA) and WBO  junior flyweight crowns. With all that experience, she is determined to go to  the champion’s backyards, and this time taking her belt.

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