Jelena Mrdjenovich

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Jelena Mrdjenovich
Statistics
Weight(s)
Height 5 ft 7 in (170 cm)
Nationality Canadian
Born (1982-06-24) 24 June 1982 (age 36)
Hay River, Northwest Territories, Canada[1]
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 50
Wins 38
Wins by KO 19
Losses 10
Draws 2

Jelena Mrdjenovich (born 24 June 1982) is a Canadian professional boxer who won the Women's International Boxing Federation super featherweight title by defeating Franchesca Alcanter in Edmonton in 2012.[2][3]She is of Serbian descent.

In March 2017, a documentary was released about her career.[4][5]

Professional boxing record[edit]

Professional record summary
50 fights 38 wins 10 losses
By knockout 19 0
By decision 19 10
Draws 2
No. Result Record Opponent Type Round, time Date Location Notes
50 Win 38–10–2 France Stephanie Ducastel UD Apr 28, 2018 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada WBC World female featherweight title
WBA World female featherweight title
49 Draw 37–10–2 France Stephanie Ducastel SD Jul 1, 2017 France Gymnase des Malteries, Schiltigheim, Bas-Rhin, France WBC World female featherweight title
WBA World female featherweight title
48 Win 37–10–1 France Gaelle Amand UD Oct 8, 2016 France Gymnase des Maradas, Cergy-Pontoise, Val-d'Oise, France WBC World female featherweight title
WBA World female featherweight title
47 Win 36–10–1 Argentina Edith Soledad Matthysse UD Mar 11, 2016 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada WBC World female featherweight title
WBA World female featherweight title
46 Loss 35–10–1 Argentina Edith Soledad Matthysse UD Aug 1, 2015 Argentina Ce.De.M. N° 2, Caseros, Buenos Aires, Argentina WBC World female featherweight title
WBA World female featherweight title
45 Win 35–9–1 Panama Francia Elena Bravo TKO Mar 27, 2015 Panama Hotel Sortis, Panama City, Panama WBC World female featherweight title
44 Win 34–9–1 Canada Pasa Malagic TKO Dec 5, 2014 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
43 Win 33–9–1 United States Marilyn Hernandez RTD Sep 12, 2014 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
42 Win 32–9–1 Kenya Fatuma Zarika UD Mar 1, 2014 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
41 Win 31–9–1 Dominican Republic Wanda Pena Ozuna KO Dec 6, 2013 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
40 Win 30–9–1 United States Karen Dulin TKO Sep 13, 2013 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
39 Win 29–9–1 Puerto Rico Melissa Hernandez TD May 31, 2013 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada WBC World female featherweight title
38 Loss 28–9–1 Puerto Rico Melissa Hernandez UD Sep 14, 2012 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada WBC World female featherweight title
37 Win 28–8–1 Puerto Rico Belinda Laracuente UD Jun 22, 2012 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
36 Win 27–8–1 Canada Lindsay Garbatt TKO Mar 23, 2012 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada WBC World female featherweight
Women's International Boxing Association
35 Win 26–8–1 Canada Olivia Gerula KO Dec 9, 2011 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Women's International Boxing Association
World featherweight title
34 Win 25–8–1 Japan Emiko Raika UD Sep 22, 2011 Japan Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
33 Loss 24–8–1 Puerto Rico Melissa Hernandez SD Jun 24, 2011 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
32 Loss 24–7–1 Canada Lindsay Garbatt MD Feb 4, 2011 Canada Molson Centre, Barrie, Ontario, Canada
31 Loss 24–6–1 Canada Lindsay Garbatt SD Nov 29, 2010 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada vacant Women's International Boxing Association World super featherweight title
30 Win 24–5–1 United States Dominga Olivo TKO May 7, 2010 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
29 Loss 23–5–1 United States Ann Saccurato UD Nov 13, 2009 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada WBC World female lightweight title
28 Loss 23–4–1 Canada Olivia Gerula UD Apr 9, 2009 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada WBC World female super featherweight title
27 Win 23–3–1 United States Lyndsey Scragg UD Nov 7, 2008 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada WBC World female super featherweight title
26 Win 22–3–1 United States Lakeysha Williams UD Sep 12, 2008 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
25 Loss 21–3–1 United States Layla McCarter SD Mar 28, 2008 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada WBA World female lightweight title
24 Draw 21–2–1 United States Dominga Olivo PTS Dec 7, 2007 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada WBC World female super featherweight title
23 Win 21–2 United States Kelli Cofer UD Sep 28, 2007 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Women's International Boxing Federation World lightweight title
22 Win 20–2 Japan Emiko Raika UD Apr 17, 2007 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada WBC World female super featherweight title
21 Win 19–2 Puerto Rico Belinda Laracuente UD Feb 10, 2007 Canada Delta South Hotel, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
20 Loss 18–2 United States Ann Saccurato SD Nov 4, 2006 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada vacant WBC World female lightweight title
19 Win 18–1 United States Olga Heron UD Sep 1, 2006 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
18 Win 17–1 United States Mia St. John UD Jun 23, 2006 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada vacant Women's International Boxing Federation World lightweight title
17 Win 16–1 United States Franchesca Alcanter KO May 20, 2006 Canada Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada WBC World female super featherweight title
16 Win 15–1 United States Donna Biggers RTD Mar 25, 2006 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada WBC World female super featherweight title
15 Win 14–1 United States Franchesca Alcanter TKO Nov 18, 2005 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada International Women's Boxing Federation World super featherweight title
WBC World female super featherweight title
14 Win 13–1 United States LeAnne Villareal TKO Aug 25, 2005 Canada Chestermere Lake, Alberta, Canada
13 Win 12–1 United States Layla McCarter UD Jun 18, 2005 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
12 Win 11–1 United States Carla Witherspoon TKO Apr 23, 2005 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
11 Win 10–1 United States Tracy Carlton TKO Mar 16, 2005 Canada Ranchmans Bar, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
10 Loss 9–1 United States Layla McCarter UD Feb 12, 2005 Canada Ramada Kingsway Inn, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
9 Win 9–0 United States Lisa Lewis UD Nov 12, 2004 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
8 Win 8–0 United States Tracy Carlton UD Oct 15, 2004 Canada Radisson Hotel, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
7 Win 7–0 Canada Olivia Gerula KO Sep 24, 2004 Canada Convention Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
6 Win 6–0 Canada Olga Heron UD Jun 25, 2004 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
5 Win 5–0 United States Ragan Pudwill TKO May 14, 2004 Canada Chateau Lacombe Hotel, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
4 Win 4–0 Canada Shannon Gunville RTD Jan 16, 2004 Canada Fort Garry Place, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
3 Win 3–0 Canada Olga Heron MD Dec 5, 2003 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
2 Win 2–0 Canada Robin Beaulieu TKO Sep 12, 2003 Canada Chateau Lacombe Hotel, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
1 Win 1–0 Canada Cathy Boyes TKO Jan 25, 2003 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Jelena Mrdjenovich: A very fine example for women's boxing - Fight News Asia". Fight News Asia. 18 March 2017. Retrieved 27 April 2017.
  2. ^ "'An absolute war': Jelena Mrdjenovich re-claims world featherweight titles with 10-round, unanimous decision over Edith Matthysse". 12 March 2016. Retrieved 27 April 2017.
  3. ^ Greig, Murray; Sun, Edmonton. "Hernandez takes featherweight boxing crown from Jelena Mrdjenovich". Retrieved 27 April 2017.
  4. ^ "'Jelena's kept the sport alive': Edmonton-based boxing champ honoured on home turf". Retrieved 27 April 2017.
  5. ^ "Local boxer Mrdjenovich set to soar to new heights with Edmonton Oilers' backing". Retrieved 27 April 2017.

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