Vicki Woods passed away

August 20th 2019:

Past female Boxer Vicki Woods (Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA, born on February 21, 1963) passed away this week.

She had 23 fights and fought many of the top female boxers from her career that spanned from 1997 – 2001 with a 9-11-3 (6KO) record.

In December of 2001 she was ranked as high as #5 in the world in the super lightweight division of WIBF.


Nicole Wesner (AUT) vs. Pasa Malagic (BIH)

July 6th 2019 in Wien (AUT)

Nicole Wesner (AUT) vs. Pasa Malagic (BIH)

GBU/WIBF World title: Lightweight 61,24 kg / 135 lbs

This fight was full of actions. The Bosnian opponent Pasa Malagic, who had to go down in round seven and eight, proved to be the expected strong opponent and showed standing qualities. She demanded everything from the world champion.

After 10 rounds Nicole Wesner defeated her opponent unanimously on points.

Winner by UD: Nicole Wesner

Nicole Wesner dedicates this fight to the late former WBF managing director Olaf Schroeder and the recently deceased J├╝rgen Lutz (President GBU, Vice-president WIBF)

Prisca Vicot (FRA) vs. Olena Medvedenko (UKR)

July 6th 2019 in Wien (AUT)

Prisca Vicot (FRA) vs. Olena Medvedenko (UKR)

WIBF and GBU WORLD TITLE Super lightweight 63,50 kg / 140 lbs (VACANT)

Prisca was perfectly prepared for this challenge and won the vacant WIBF and GBU female super lightweight world title on scores of 98-92 twice and 97-93 over Olena Medvedenko.

Priska was clearly the better boxer and could win 8 out of 10 rounds.

Winner by UD and new WIBF and GBU world super lightweight champion: Prisca Vicot