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Ana Julaton wins the WBO Women’s world title!

By FightFan News Wire (05-Dec-2009)

Courtesy of AR Promotions, watch video highlights of top female boxer Ana Julton winning the WBO 122 pound title last night with a decision win over Donna Biggers last night in San Jose, CA!

In a very entertaining fight last night the Bay Area’s (female) fighting pride of the Philippines world champion Ana ‘The Hurricane’ Julaton won her second world championship with a ten round decision over Donna Biggers, making boxing history to become the first ever WBO 122 pound world champion! Ana fought a very technical fight with nonstop punching and an action game plan connecting with heavy blows and fast combinations. Showcasing her revamped strength and conditioning courtesy of Coach Lauro Doroliat, Ana showed she has gotten stronger wobbling Biggers a few times to the body and head.


Ana Julton W UD10 Donna Biggers

In a very entertaining fight last night the Bay Area’s (female) fighting pride of the Philippines world champion Ana ‘The Hurricane’ Julaton won her second world championship with a ten round decision over Donna Biggers, making boxing history to become the first ever WBO 122 pound world champion! Ana fought a very technical fight with nonstop punching and an action game plan connecting with heavy blows and fast combinations. Showcasing her revamped strength and conditioning courtesy of Coach Lauro Doroliat, Ana showed she has gotten stronger wobbling Biggers a few times with assaults to the body and head.

Ana’s chief trainer really worked on accuracy in punching and defense and it showed through out the entire ten round battle as Julaton dominated, winning 100-90, 99-91, 99-91 on the judges cards. Ana cut Biggers on both sides above the eye with her wicked jabs which right now is arguably the best jab in the female fight game. Now the IBA and WBO two-time world champion Ana is looking to unify the world championships at 122 pounds.

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  1. B. Chambers Says:

    Donna Biggers is a very deserving fighter. We would like to see her in more Boxing shows. She comes to fight and gives it her all.



  2. D.CHAINSAW PORTER Says:

    Donna Biggers is a warrior with heart!!



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