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Hill Beats Drew in 6 Round Unanimous Decision

When: 2/21/2003 - 2/21/2003
Where: Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.

February 21, 2003 - Roxy Theater, Atlanta, Georgia (Report by Marc DeLamater)

Not since Cat Davis' ill-starred foray her e in 1978 has a female boxing match served as the main event in a fight card in Atlanta, GA. Yet, on this wet Friday night in Buckhead at the Coca-Cola Roxy Theater, local lightweight prospect Trisha "TNT" Hill, 132, squared off against Liz Drew, 130, of Jefferson City, MO, in a six-rounder that arguably was the best-fought match of an excellent eight-bout fight card put on by David Oblas and Austin Wingo of Undisputed Production, LCC. The match was a first six-rounder for both fighters, with Hill dominating the offense with an effective right that raised a bruise over Drew's left eye. Yet Drew doggedly hung on throughout the fight, even when taking a standing eight count in final round, although an answer to Hill's right hand lies in an agreed-to rematch. Hill won by a unanimous decision with final scores of 60-53, 60-54, and 60-54.

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Tonight's card is the first of an ongoing series of bimonthly fight card to be held on the third Friday by Undisputed Productions. Attendance was an impressive 1100. Intermission entertainment was provided by the incomparable Georgia Force cheerleader squad led by strawweight contender Nina "Tha Bomb" Ahlin. Also in attendance was pro prospect Natalie Brown, WBAN's fighter of the month for February 2003. Logged on records site


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