In the 18th century, female boxing was established. Elizabeth Wilkinson was the first female boxer. Although women boxing was only a demonstration sport, it made an appearance in the 1904 summer Olympics. The Olympic Committee’s Executive Board officially added women boxing to the Olympics games in London 2012 Olympics. Many female boxers have been admired for their dedication and skills over a long period. These are the five greatest female boxers ever.
She is known as one of the most powerful punchers in women’s ringboxing. She won the IBA light heavyweight world title in 2004. Ann Wolfe was the world champion in three weight divisions. She faced Lisa Ested in 2006 in her final professional boxing bout. She became a trainer after her retirement. Wonder Woman featured her as Artemis, an Amazon warrior.
She was a key figure in the promotion of European women’s boxing. She was voted second best female fighter by Ring magazine in 2016. During her professional career, Regina was the WIBF junior flyweight and flyweight champions. Halmich’s professional debut was made in 1994. Her last fight was in 2007. In her professional career, she has won 54 fights and suffered only one loss.
She competed between 1999 and 2007. She is the 8th child of Mohammad Ali, the greatest boxer in history. Laila Ali won every one of her 24 professional bouts. She won 21 of her 24 professional fights by knockout. The 43-year-old retired unbeaten after holding the IWBF light weight title and IBA, IWBF and WIBA super middleweight titles.
She is the first female fighter to simultaneously hold the WBA and IBO, WBC, WBC, IBF, WBO and WBO titles. She was named the first Female Fighter of Year by the Boxing Writers Association of America in 2017. Cecilia’s professional record includes 36 wins and 2 losses. She has won 9 knockout fights. She is 39 years old and is the third-best female boxer in the entire world.
Lucia Rijker, a professional Dutch boxer. Rijker is considered the most dangerous female boxer of all-time. She won her last fight without losing. In her professional boxing career, she won 17 of her 17 bouts. She won 14 fights in her professional boxing career. In 1999, she took a break and appeared in many Hollywood movies. Lucia returned to the ring in 2002, before retiring in 2007. She was the WIBF Super Lightweight champion, and the WIBO junior Welterweight titleholder.