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MCCARTER RETAINS HER GBU AND WIBF WORLD WELTERWEIGHT TITLES IN GERMANY

SARAH BORMANN TAKES HOME THE GBU AND WIBF WORLD LIGHT FLYWEIGHT TITLES

In Germany, American Layla McCarter now 42(11)-13(0)-5 successfully defended her Global Boxing Union female world welterweight and Woman’s International Boxing federation world welterweight titles against Hungarian Eva Bajic now 14(9)-13(8)-0. Bajic took McCarter all the way to the end in the 10 round bout, but McCarter was the better fighter and no one would argue with the unanimous decision verdict.

On the same card, Germany’s Sarah Bormann now 6(5)-0-0 defeated Ukrainian Oksana Romanova now 9(2)-23(3)-1 to claim the vacant Global Boxing Union female world light flyweight and vacant Women’s International Boxing Federation world light flyweight titles. Romanova took Bormann the full distance which no other opponent has done before, but it was not enough stop Bormann getting the unanimous decision win.

Also in Germany on a different card German Tina Rupprecht now 8(3)-0-0 beat Costa Rican Yokasta Valle now 13(6)-2-0 for the vacant WBC world female minimum weight title.

In Scotland Hannah Rankin now 5(1)-1-0 beat Finland’s Sanna Turunen 4(1)-0-1 to take home the vacant WBC silver female middleweight title.