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Ex-amateur star Wada to vie for OPBF women’s minimumweight title with Thai on June 14

May 14, 2024 9:43 am

Madoka Wada of TEAM10COUNT Boxing Gym, a former two-time bronze medalist in the women’s world amateur boxing championships, will vie for the vacant Oriental and Pacific Boxing Federation women’s minimumweight title with Juthathip Sitthichen of Thailand on June 14 in Tokyo, the gym said on May 13.

The scheduled eight-rounder will be held at Korakuen Hall.

It will be the second professional fight for the 29-year-old Wada as she made a professional debut last month at the hall by stopping Pimchanok Thepjanda of Thailand in the third round in an atomweight fight.

The 22-year-old Juthathip has a record of six wins, including four knockouts, against a loss. She suffered a technical knockout loss to Sana Hazuki of Shirogane Boxing Gym in March in Fukuoka, southwestern Japan.

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