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Best female boxers

Most times, people tend to care more about the male than they do about the female boxers, and today we want to take time to honor some of the best female boxers.

Boxing is great sport and because it is that great, there are a number of great boxers as well, both male and female. Most times, people tend to care more about the male than they do about the female boxers, and today we want to take time to honor some of the best female boxers.

Lucia Rijker

One of the best female boxers ever was Lucia Rijker and to show that she was good at was doing she was dubbed as “The Most Dangerous Woman in the World.” As a kickboxer she holds a record of 36 wins and no losses, and to make it even better 25 of those victories where as a result of knockouts. We are sure if we look hard enough, we are sure to find some Australian casinos slot games that are made in her honor. Or maybe not in hers, but in honor of other female boxers out there.

Cecilia Braekhus

Cecilia Braekhus is a former kickboxer from Norway and she is a force to be reckoned with. she has a record of 31 undefeated matches and she is also the first woman to hold the WBC, WBA, IBF, and the WBO titles all at the same time. Cecilia, in her career has had to defend her records over 20 times and still managed to hold them close. 

Laila Ali

As you can tell by her, she was the daughter of the late Muhammad Ali. However, she did not solely relay on her birth right to give her fame. She was a nil saloon owner and real money casino games player before she took to the ring. In the ring she was a beats, she had a career that spanned form 1997 to 2007 and within that career she won all of her matches. And she is one of the very few female boxers who has ever retired undefeated. 

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