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February 13, 2017


Roberto Lopez
Team Sabrina Perez

Jordan Maldonado
Team Amanda Serrano

Re: WBO Female Bantamweight Bout Negotiations  – Sabrina Perez vs. Amanda Serrano


We received an email from the Manager of Amanda Serrano, advising that the current Female Jr. Featherweight Champion, be considered as the Mandatory Challenger for the WBO Female Bantamweight Division. The Committee voted and agreed by unanimous decision.

Therefore, please be advised the parties have fifteen (15) days to negotiate an agreement for the WBO Female Bantamweight Championship bout between Sabrina Perez vs. Amanda Serrano. If an accord is not reached within the time frame, a Purse Bid will be ordered.

The minimum purse bid amount for female is $10,000.00 (Ten Thousand Dollars).

Any one of the parties involved may call for a Purse Bid at any time during the negotiation process.

Yours truly,

Batista Salas signature

Luis Batista Salas, Esq.
C/c Francisco Valcárcel, Esq.

————–Second Notice————-

14 de marzo de 2017

RE: Negociaciones del Titulo Femenino en la division Gallo de la OMB Sabrina Pérez vs. Amanda Serrano

Sr. Roberto López
Manejador de Sabrina Perez

Sr. Jordan Maldonado Manejador de Amanda Serrano



El pasado 13 de febrero de 2017 les fue notificado el resultado de la votación del Comité de Campeonatos determinando a la campeona de la división “Jr. Featherweight” (122 lb.) como la retadora mandataria contra la actual campeona división “Bantamweight” (118 lb.) Sabrina Pérez.

Conforme a ello se concedió el término de 15 días calendario con el propósito de que establecieran negociaciones para el encuentro y defensa del título que ostenta Sabrina Pérez en dicha división y de no culminar las negociaciones en dicho término se ordenaría una subasta.

Sirva la presente a manera de recordatorio que el término concedido para las negociaciones está vencido y se solicita que dentro de las próximas 48 horas nos indiquen el resultado de dichas negociaciones, ya que de no recibirse notificación alguna se ordenará la celebración de una subasta durante los próximos 10 días, conforme los términos establecidos en nuestra comunicación del pasado 13 de febrero de 2017.

Sin nada más sobre el particular,


 Batista Salas signature

Luis Batista Salas
cc Lcdo. Francisco Valcárcel

fujioka-shindo.fn.330wPhoto by Sumio Yamada  / Article by Joe Koizumi –

40-year-young WBO female bantamweight champ Naoko Fujioka (15-1, 6 KOs), 117.5, impressively kept her belt when she withstood the opening attack of ex-WBC flyweight titlist Go Shindo (16-4, 11 KOs), 117.75, took back the initiative with her furious retaliation and finally pounded out a very unanimous verdict (98-91 twice and 97-92) over ten grueling rounds on Monday in Tokyo, Japan. It must be Fight of Decade, as our people never saw such a furious give-and-take battle in female boxing history in Japan.

The opening session witnessed Shindo almost toppled the defending champ with a vicious right cross twice, and the crowd sensed that the end would come soon with the challenger victorious, but it was Fujioka that displayed desperate retaliations from the second round onward. Piling up points, Fujioka finally caught up with the game and hard-punching Shindo, taller and bigger than the champ, and floored her with a solid right to the face in the closing seconds of the eighth.

Shindo, who had lost a controversial split duke to Mariana Juarez in quest of the WBC 112-pound belt in Los Angeles four years ago, showed her heart with desperate attacks with full power in round nine, but the champ gamely fought back hard with faster and more accurate combinations toe-to-toe in the squared circle. Japan’s Katsuhiko Nakamura finely controlled the hard-fought contest.

In the first WBO title bout, 46-year-young Nao Ikeyama (10-2, only one KO), 100.75, barely kept her 102-pound belt by a split draw (96-94, 94-96, 95-95) with Saemi Hanagata (12-7-2, 6 KOs), 101.77, over ten. Danrex Tapdasan of the Philippines was the third man.