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ASLEY GONZALEZ

WBC SUPER FLYWEIGHT CHAMPION

Country:

Mexico

Record:

W 16 (7 KO) – L 2 – D 0

Birth Date:

01/07/1993

Pro Debut:

18/11/2016

Won Title:

10/01/2022

Last Defense:

03/25/2023

INTERIM CHAMPION: ADELAIDA RUIZ (USA)

SILVER: CARLA AYELEN (Argentina)

INTERNATIONAL: Hee-Jung Yuh (South Korea)

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RATING

Updated : 19 February, 2024

SUPER FLYWEIGHT 52.163 KG / 115 LB

BOXERNATIONALITYTITLE
ADELAIDA RUIZ USA interim
LOURDES JUAREZ MEXICO
STEPHANIE SILVA ITALY
HEE-JUNG YUH SOUTH KOREA WBC INTL
CLARA LESCURAT ARGENTINA WBA
MICAELA LUJAN ARGENTINA IBF
MIZUKI HIRUTA JAPAN WBA
SHANNON RYAN UK
PAULETTE VALENZUELA MEXICO
CARLA AYELEN MERINO ARGENTINA SILVER
NINA RADOVANOVIC WBC Francophone
MAYLIS GANGLOFF FRANCE
GUADALUPE MARTINEZ GUZMAN MEXICO
MIYO YOSHIDA JAPAN
MARIBEL RAMIREZ MEXICO
LUZ ELENA AGUILAR MEXICO
MARCELA NIETO COLOMBIA
VIVIANA RUIZ CORREDOR AUSTRALIA/COLUMBIAWBC SILVER LATIN
TAYLAH ROBERTSON AUSTRALIA
EMMA DOLAN UK
Victoria Torres Canul MEXICO

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