If you're new to the sport and are trying to find out who the best female boxers are right now, this list is the perfect place to start. Embed from Getty Images 1. She also excelled at fencing, and even became the Netherlands' junior fencing champion.
She stood with Universum Box-Promotion until its bankruptcy in under contract. Eva Wahlström is the most successful Finnish female boxer to date. She was ranked second best in Europe in and She also made an appearance as a personal trainer to contestants in Finnish reality television series Suurin pudottaja, a Finnish version of The Biggest Loser, with swimmer Jani Sievinen.
She started her boxing career at the age of Along with being a good boxer she has beautiful look. She retired from professional boxing unbeaten after 24 matches. Laila stands five foot ten and weighs around pounds. Martin's last fight was against Dakota Stone on September 2, Since her husband's arrest, Martin has turned her fighting career into helping women learn self-defense.
Anne Wolfe is best known for her Tyson like fighting style and hard punching abilities. In fact, her victory over Vonda Ward is considered one of the greatest "one punch knockouts in the history of women's boxing". Of her 26 pro boxing fights, Wolfe knocked out 16 of her opponents. Standing at 5'9", Wolfe competed in the USA National Championships as an amateur before she made her move into professional boxing on October 17, After the start of her career, Wolfe moved quickly through the boxing ranks, winning 24 of her 26 fights.
Her career continued to rise until she retired in after defeating Lisa Ested. After her career in pro boxing ended Ann Wolfe became a trainer to male and female boxers.
Widely regarded as the woman who made boxing a major female sport in Europe, Regina Halmich had a long and successful boxing career. Before she stepped into the boxing ring, Halmich was a lawyer's clerk in Germany. She gave up her job in and became a professional boxer. In her debut fight Halmich won with a 5-round unanimous decision.
She continued to fight in at least three fights per year and maintained that pace throughout her career. During her 13 years in the ring, she fought 56 times and won 54 fights. Regina Halmich ended her boxing career on November 30, to pursue work as a television commentator. Not only has Ronda Rousey made headlines with her fierce fighting style, she has also made a name for herself in Hollywood. She has claimed the cover of Sports Illustrated, released a memoir, and become the face of Reebok.
But aside from her Hollywood fame, Rousey is claiming fame in the fighting arena too. Before she was a fighting champ, Ronda Rousey was a judo champ. She won a bronze medal at the Bejing Olympic Games. Three years later she began a career in Strikeforce, beating her first two competitors in the first round by an armbar a submission position she continued to use to win several other fights.
Rousey was signed as the first female fighter in the Ultimate Fighting Championship in She is undefeated in her career winning 11 of her 11 matches. Esmeralda Moreno Light Flyweight. Celeste Peralta Super Lightweight. Irma Sanchez Light Flyweight.
Alicia Ashley Super bantamweight. LaphaetonZ added Susianna Kentikian Flyweight. Oxandia Castillo Light Middleweight. Yesica Marcos Super Bantamweight. Kelsey Jeffries Super Bantamweight.
Top 10 Female Boxers of All Time. Later it was announced on 14 August that the International Olympic Committee’s Executive Board had approved the women’s boxing event in the London Olympics. There are many great female boxers who are named besides legendary male boxers for their amazing achievement. 14 rows · List of female boxers. Jump to navigation Jump to search. This is a list of notable female . The first reported American female boxing fight occurred in in New York. A female boxing match featuring Cathy 'Cat' Davis was even televised during the s. But it wasn't until the s that women's boxing started to grow with fighter superstars such as Laila Ali, Christy Martin, Deirdre Gogarty, and Lucia Rijker.