Female Boxers 2016
Boxing is One Of Most PopularMost Popular and Highest Paying SportHighest Paying Sport in The World. Women’s boxing first appeared in a demonstration bout of the Olympic Games in 1904. Brains and beauty has become quite common nowadays. A beauty who can brawl is the big bet now. These ten women could make a person drop dead with their looks as well as with a well-placed right hook. Let us take a look at the list of Female Boxers 2017.
Top 10 Female Boxers 2016
10. Zulina Munoz:
We start our list of Female Boxers 2016 is Mexican banterweight Zulina ‘La Loba’ Munoz is one hell of a boxer. With a record of 36-1-2 this WBC female super flyweight title holder obviously picked things up well. She made her professional boxing debut on March 11, 2005 at Salon Super Estrella in Ciudad, Mexico. Apart from Boxing she can play the guitar “romantically and beautifully”.
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9. Kaliesha West:
On number 9 in our list of Female Boxers 2016 is American Kaliesha West. She is a former 3 time WBO Female Bantamweight and IFBA super Bantamweight Boxing World Champion. She is the first professional boxer in history, between to become a World Champion from Inland, CA. With a record of 16-1-3 WBC banterweight is quite shaping up things.
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8. Eva Wahlstorm:
On number 8 in our list of Female Boxers 2016 is the most successful Finland’s Female Boxer. She is the current WBC women’s super-featherweight champion and a former European women’s super-featherweight champion. With a winning record of 16-1-0, she is arguably one of the most successful boxers in recent times.
She has appeared in Finnish reality television series Suurin pudottaja, a Finnish version of The Biggest Loser, with swimmer Jani Sievinen
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7. Mary Jo Sanders:
On number 7 in list of Female Boxers 2016 is Mary Jo Sanders. Female professional boxer Mary Jo Sanders hails from Michigan and is the daughter of NFL Hall of Famer Charlie Sanders. She holds the record of 25 wins out of which 8 wins came by knockout with just 1 defeat and 1 draw. Mary Jo Sanders was named the WBC Female Light Welterweight Champion, WBC Female Welterweight Champion, WIBA Female Welterweight Champion and also the WIBA Light Middleweight Champion.
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6. Yessica Bop:
The number 6th contender in our list of Female Boxers 2016 is Yessica Yolanda Bop. An Argentine women’s boxing champion in the light flyweight division. Nicknamed “Tuti,” Bopp stands 5’0″ tall and has a professional record of 27-1. Bopp is the top ranked female light flyweight fighter in the world.
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5. Rounda Rousey:
Probably the most beautiful boxer in our list of Female Boxers 2016 is UFC Women’s Bantamweight Championship, Rounda Rousey. Currently undefeated after 11 prefessional fights in mixed martial arts. What set her apart from other great female fighters is that she has been headlining UFC events and currently the highest paid female fighter in the world. She won Olympic bronze medal in 2008 Beijing olympics in Judo.
Apart from Boxing, she has appeared in a number of films like The Expendables 3 and a lot of advertisements for her endorsement products.
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4. Katie Taylor:
Probably the greatest amature boxing champion in our list of Female Boxers 2016 is Irish Boxer, Katie Taylor. Her peak point came in London Olympics in 2012 when she won the gold after beating russian Sofya Ochigav. Outside olympics she still keep winning titles in amature boxing all around the world. She has a winning record of 8-4-2.
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3. Mia St. John:
The bronze medalist in our list of Female Boxers 2016 is American-Mexican Professional Boxer Mia St. John. Mia St John was taekwondo champion in her college days and turned to professional boxing at the age of 29. She is also the IBA and IFBA lightweight champion and has a winning record of 47-2-12. She was the first female boxer to feature in the PlayBoy’s magazine in a 11-page pictorial.
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2. Regina Halmich:
The runners up in our list of Female Boxers 2016 is German professional boxer, Regina Halmich. Halmich became the German champion in kickboxing in 1992, 1993, as an amateur. She helped a lot to poularise Female Boxing in Europe. Halmich has an incredible winning record of 54-1-1 losing only to Yvoine Trevino.
She was a technical boxer with an aggressive style that made her fights exciting to watch and also made her the emblem of women’s boxing and a national celebrity in Germany. On 30 November 2007, in her farewell fight, she defeated Hagar Finer the very same opponent she started her career with.
1. Laila Ali:
The winner in our list of Female Boxers 2016 is the daughter of “The Greatest”, boxing legend, Muhammad Ali, Laila Ali. She has a winning record of 21-0-0, one of the undefeatable boxers to remain forever.
She first publicized her decision to become a professional boxer in a Good Morning America interview with Diane Sawyer. When she first told her father, Muhammad Ali, that she was planning to box professionally, her father was unhappy about it but Laila convinced her and made her understood that she was fighting women not men and she had her genetics. In 2002, Laila was named Super Middleweight Champion by the International Boxing Association. In 2005, she was named Super Middleweight Champion by the International Women’s Boxing Federation.