Boxing Result

Shindo dethrones Szebeledi

By Joe Koizumi

Japanese girl Go Shindo (12-2, 8 KOs), 112, became the first boxer that seized a world championship out of Wakayama Prefecture as she impressively captured the WBC female flyweight belt by a shutout decision (all 100-90) over defending titlist Renata Szebeledi (16-10, 10 KOs), 110.75, from Hungary, over ten hard-fought rounds on Sunday in Wakayama, Japan.

Shindo, OPBF 112-pound ruler, took the initiative all the way despite the 19-year-old champ Szebeledi’s occasional retaliations.
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