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“Bad Girl” bows to Korean in world title-fight, retires

By Lito delos Reyes
PhilBoxing.com
30 Apr 2016



FILIPINA boxer Jujeath “Bad Girl” Nagaowa of Natonin, Mountain Province failed to dethrone undisputed World International Boxing Association (WIBA) World light flyweight title-holder Su-Yun Hong of South Korea in their championship fight held April 29 in Suwon, South Korea.

Hong won by a unanimous decision to successfully retain her title for the fourth time. The 29-year old southpaw improved her record to 14 wins with 7 knockouts against only 1 loss and 1 draw, while Nagaowa dropped to 13W-17L-1D-8KOs.

Although Nagaowa is still the (WIBA) International light flyweight champion, the 28-year old orthodox fighter from Highland Promotions is now retiring from pro boxing.

In her Facebook account, Nagaowa posted on her wall: “Time to stop chasing the world, after almost 10 years of punching.”

“I did enough to prove myself in this kind of world. smile emoticon I did went thru pains & smiles, did met different peoples/strangers who became friends in my life, travelled world unexpectedly, did learned lessons in all experiences.”

“A call of rest has finally came & I'm so much happy ending it w/ another world title fight today. Applause to the reigning & defending Korean champ.”

Nagaowa also lost by a unanimous decision from the hands of Nao Ikeyama in their non-title fight held December 19 at the Sirasa Stein Studios in Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Nagaowa earlier won the vacant WIBA International light flyweight title also by a UD over Chinese Yu Jie Luo last June 6 in Macao, China.

The 4-foot-11 Nagaowa also fought but lost four times in separate world title-fights. She first challenged Samson Tor Buamas for the WIBA World minimumweight title but lost by a technical knockout on May 18, 2010 in Thailand.

Nagaowa then earned a title-shot against Korean Ju Hee Kim for all her three titles - Global Boxing Union Female World light flyweight, WIBA World light flyweight and Women's International Boxing Federation World light flyweight – plus the vacant World Boxing Federation female light flyweight crown. But Nagaowa bowed to Kim by a majority decision in their championship fight held September 12, 2010 at the Anyang Stadium in Anyang, South Korea.

Nagaowa then challenged but again bowed to Teeraaporn Pannimit by UD for the WBO World female minimumweight title on November 22, 2010 at the Zeer Rangsit Shopping Center, Pathum Thani, Thailand.

In her next world title fight, Nagaowa was stopped in the 5th round by defending WBC World female light flyweight champion Naomi Togashi at the Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan on May 8, 2011 for the WBC.

Nagaowa then went on to challenge twice Korean Ji Hyun Park for her International Female Boxers Association World minimumweight title. She both dropped UDs in Gunsan (March 23, 2013) and in Incheon (October 5, 2013).

But that did not stopped Nagaowa in her quest for a title. After losing four straight outings, Nagaowa finally captured the vacant WIBA International light flyweight against Yu Jie Luo in Macao. – LITO DELOS REYES


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