In one of the best female fights of the year, if not the best, World Boxing Federation (WBF) Womens World Light Welterweight Champion Rola El Halabi successfully defended her title on Saturday night, May 10, after a grueling war with American Victoria Cisneros in Ulm, Germany.… Read Article
World Boxing Federation (WBF) Womens World Light Welterweight Champion Rola El Halabi, 13-1 (7), will make her second title-defense on May 10 at the Kuhberghalle in her hometown of Ulm, Germany against American perennial contender Victoria Cisneros. … Read Article
On Saturday night (September 7) at the Saarlandhalle in Saarbruecken, Germany, the World Boxing Federation (WBF) Convention came to a conclusion with a big WBF championship quadruple-header presented by local promoters DOG Eventboxing.
In front of a good crowd at the traditional venue, Berlin-based Cameroonian Bernard Donfack captured the vacant WBF International Light Heavyweight title by fourth round technical knockout over Said Mbelwa from Tanzania in the evening’s first championship bout.… Read Article
World Boxing Federation Womens World Light Welterweight Champion Rola El Halabi, 12-1 (6), will make a quick return to the ring after winning the WBF title this past August.… Read Article
As part of the World Boxing Federation World Convention scheduled for September 5 – 8, 2013 in Saarbruecken, Germany, DOG Event Boxing will stage a huge championship boxing event on Saturday September 7 at the traditional Saarlandhalle featuring no less than four WBF title fights.… Read Article
One of the most amazing comeback stories in boxing history will continue when Rola El Halabi (11-1, 6 KOs) goes for the vacant World Boxing Federation Womens World Light Welterweight title on August 3 at the 5500 capacity open-air Laubach Arena in Laubach, Germany.
In April 2011 she was shot in hands, knees and feet by her estranged stepfather, just minutes before a world championship fight, and she was never expected to box again, and … Read Article
Germany-based Italian Lucia Morelli won the vacant World Boxing Federation Women’s World Lightweight title on Saturday night at the Ratiopharm Arena in Neu Ulm, Germany, scoring a close majority decision over local fan-favorite Rola El Halabi.… Read Article
In April 2011 Rola El Halabi was an undefeated Lightweight boxer (11-0, 6 KOs), waiting in a dressing room to enter the ring for a world championship fight, when her nightmare began. Estranged from a dominating stepfather who previously ran her career and life, she was on the threshold of making a statement by fighting and winning on her own.
But she never made it to the ring that night. Her world crashed down around … Read Article