World Boxing Federation (WBF) Results From South Korea & Germany.
World Boxing Federation (WBF) Womens Intercontinental Super Flyweight Champion Hee Jung Yuh successfully defended her crown for the first time on Sunday afternoon local time, December 16, at the Gimhae Gymnasium in her home-town of Gimhae, South Korea.
Yuh, a former two-weight World Champion who won the WBF Intercontinental title last December with a unanimous decision over Li Ping Shi from China, didn't have to work quite as hard this time as she stopped Thailand´s Saowaluk Nareepangsri at 1:34 of the fifth round.
Riding a six-fight winning-streak, and closing in at a potential shot at the WBF World Super Flyweight title in 2019, Hee Jung Yuh (39) improved her professional ledger to 21-3 (11). 24-year-old Saowaluk Nareepangsri drops to 7-15 (1). On the same show, local puncher Seung Ho Lee, now 5-0 (5), captured the vacant WBF Asia Pacific Welterweight title when he demolished another Thai visitor in Girapan Boonpeng, 4-1 (4), in the second round. Time of stoppage was 0:40.
On Saturday, December 15, at the Ennie Sportpark in Moers, Germany, Lebanese Ali Rami won the vacant World Boxing Federation (WBF) International Cruiserweight title, eliminating Slavoljub Mitic from Serbia in the third round.
In the main event of a show promoted by Klaus Waschkewitz, referee Jens Uwe Baum waved the fight off after three knock-downs in the third, resulting in Rami (37) improving his professional record to 12-1 (11), and Mitic (36) falling to 9-9 (6). #worldboxingfederation#WBF#boxing#boxeo#boxe#boxen#boksz