The Argentine boxer Jorgelina Guanini lost this Saturday to the English Rachell Ball, in a match held at Wembley Arena in London.
The Buenos Aires boxer had to fight for the vacant interim WBC super bantamweight title called 10 days prior before the injury of the Australian Ebanie Bridges, but as she did not give the maximum regulation weight of 122 pounds, the chance to win the crown was only for the British fighter, which he finally achieved by imposing himself with cards 99-91 (John Latham y Victor Loughlin) y 99-92 (Mark Lyson).
Guanini, born in Necochea and based in Spain, registered a weight of 125 pounds, more than 1,360 kilos above the top of the division. She is an FIB super fly champion and since this year she has been based in the municipality of Calpe, Alicante, in the Valencian Community.
The 28-year-old Argentine boxer has a record of nine wins (one knockout), two losses and two draws, while Ball, 29, of Aldridge, West Midlands, now has a record of seven wins and a defeat.