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Published:November 25th, 2009 23:31 EST
Challenger and Former WIBF Champion Sarah Goodson with Legend Sugar Ray Leonard!

Women`s Boxing, Krisztina (Baby) Belinszky and Sarah Goodson!

By Chase Von (Editor/Mentor)

November 28th, 2009, Krisztina (Baby) Belinszky will be defending her WIBF and GBU titles against challenger and former WIBF Champion, Sarah Goodson in Hungary.  I spoke with Sarah at length by phone, and was supposed to interview her but Sarah has a full plate on her hands.  Not only is she the former WIBF Champion and going into this bout as the underdog so to speak, she also has two children that are autistic, which makes her accomplishments in this sport all the more amazing!

The last time I called she told me she would call me back, but she was just stepping into the ring to do some sparring!  She didn`t call back, and I understand.  I can tell you that Sarah knows how important this fight is for her career, and that she truly admires Manny Pacquiao and his many accomplishments as well as Ana (The Hurricane) Julaton, Mia St. John, Sugar Ray Leonard, Muhammad Ali and Laila Ali and the incredible Ann Wolfe!  She also wants to bring the titles back as well to inspire even more Pinay Pride for the Filipino community as Manny and Ana Julaton have done!

Ann Wolfe is someone I am totally impressed with as well!

(Video of Ann Wolfe destroying someone literally)...

But back to this coming bout.  Taking the titles from Krisztina is not going to be easy for Sarah! 

Krisztina (Baby) Belinszky has an impressive record of 23 wins, (9 by knockout), 6 losses and just one of them coming by way of knockout, and 2 draws.  All total she`s spent 168 rounds in the ring and has come away with an impressive 30%  knock out rate!

For more on Krisztina do visit her websites:
http://www.belinszky.com/
http://www.youtube.com/user/kriszti79100

Sarah Goodson started off slow when entering boxing the world, but claimed the WIBF title on July 19th, 2006 against Sandra Ortiz.  Her current record is 27 wins,  (9 by knockout), 16 losses and 1draw, (4 of those losses by way of KO).  For more on Sarah Goodson visit:  www.DaThrilla.com
 
 www.MySpace.com/ThrillaBoxingGirl
 
Both these women have the skills and power to end it all by knock out!

And although I`m hoping the best woman wins, I do want to say, (And I hope my significant other doesn`t get upset with me telling the truth), that however it turns out, women boxers are quite hot!  (Smile).

Do check it out and may the best woman win!
Chase Von:)

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