(May 18, 2023) – Licia Boudersa is now a two-time World Boxing Federation (WBF) Womens World Super Featherweight champion after winning the vacant title against Argentinian Agustina “La Amazona” Rojas on Wednesday night, May 17, in Lille, France.
Boudersa, fighting in front of a home-town crowd at the Casino Barriere, first held the title between 2018 and 2019, and never lost it in the ring, as she moved down to Featherweight to win the IBO world title.
Now a force at her new/old weight, Boudersa effectively out-boxed Rojas in every round, giving the visitor very little chance to gain momentum at any point.
After ten one-sided rounds, judges Benny Decroos, Bruno Dubois and Jean Pierre Van Imschoot all scored the fight a shut-out: 100-90 for Boudersa.
30-year-old Boudersa improved her professional record to 20-1-2 (4), going undefeated since her second professional outing back in 2015.
Rojas (24) falls to 8-3 (0), coming up short in her first world championship opportunity.