Kina Malpartida

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Kina Malpartida Dyson
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Real name Kina Malpartida Dyson
Nickname(s) Dynamite
Weight(s) Super Featherweight
Height 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Nationality Peru
Born (1980-03-25) March 25, 1980 (age 38)
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 17
Wins 14
Wins by KO 4
Losses 3
Draws 0
No contests 0

Kina Malpartida Dyson (born March 25, 1980) is a Peruvian female professional boxer. She held the World Boxing Association World Title in the Super Featherweight class from February 21, 2009 until October 30, 2013.

Personal life[edit]

Malpartida was born in Lima, Peru in 1980 to Susy Dyson= and Oscar Malpartida. Malpartida’s mother, worked as a supermodel with a record number of magazine covers in Vogue, and she also had many covers at Marie Claire, Vanity Fair, and other world class magazines; she was also one of the best known worldwide models participating in many high-end fashion shows. Oscar Malpartida was three times the Peruvian National Surfing Champion and he also placed 3rd in a World Championship at Sunset Beach, Hawaii. Oscar also won the Paddling World Title named after Duke Kahanamoku in San Diego, California. Oscar was also a very passionate skydiver which ended up costing him his life at the young age of 43.

Inclined to sports from a very young age, Kina started practicing Karate Do when she was six. Besides Karate, she also played competitive soccer, basketball, tennis, and track and field. Kina has surfed since she was 10. In 1996 Kina became the Peruvian Surfing Champion in the Women’s Open World Surfing Championship, defeating future ASP surf world champion Sofia Mulanovich.

In 1995 Kina won first place in two surf tournaments in the Men's Jr. category.

In 1996 and in 2007, Kina competed in two World Tournaments organized by the International Surfing Association (ISA) in Huntington Beach, California. She ranked in the top ten in both cases. In 1999, Kina moved to Australia and obtained a Bachelor’s Business Degree in Restaurant and Catering Management from Griffith University, Queensland.

She also completed a one-year course of Commercial Cookery at the TAFE Institute in New South Wales, Australia.

Currently romantically involved with international male model Gregach "Optihammer" Toth.

Support staff[edit]

Kina used to be trained by Mario Morales in the Azteca Boxing Club, in Bell, California. She also trained in Club Waikiki while in Peru under Luis Rivas.

Boxing career[edit]

In May 2003, Kina started training as a boxer under the guidance of the Coach Tony Simms, in the city of Currumbin in the Gold Coast, Australia, with the intention of becoming a World Champion professional boxer. In August 2003, in Australia, Kina had her first professional fight against Katrina Harding, Kina won by unanimous decision. In November 2003, in Australia, Kina had her second professional fight against Sharon Bishoff winning by K.O. at the first minute of the second round. Kina continued fighting and winning three more professional fights in Australia. In November 2006, due to the difficulty of finding new opponents in Australia, Kina moved to Los Angeles, California to pursue her professional boxing career in the USA. On February 21, 2009, Kina had her 12th professional fight at the Madison Square Garden in New York against Maureen Shea (13-0-0) in which Kina won the World Boxing Association (WBA) World Championship Title of the Super Featherweight at 130 pounds. In June 2009, Kina defended successfully her title in Lima, Peru, stopping Halana Dos Santos, from Brazil (11-1-0), with a TKO at the 7th round. Once again, on the fifth of December, she successfully defended her title against the British boxer Lindsey Scragg in the Citizens Business Bank Arena of Los Ángeles winning by unanimous decision.

Date LB Opponent LB W-L-D Location Result/Round
2012-05-19 129 Sriphrae Nongkipahuyuth 128 --- Coliseo Miguel Grau del Callao, Lima, Peru W by TKO/4
2011-04-16 129 Rhonda Luna 130 --- Estadio Monumental, Lima, Peru W by UD/10
2010-06-26 128 Liliana Palmera 128 --- Jockey Plaza, Lima, Peru W by UD/10
2009-12-05 129 Lindsay Scragg 130 --- Citizen Business Bank, California, USA W by UD/10
2009-06-20 130 Halana Dos Santos 129 11-1-0 Coliseo Dibos, Lima, Peru W by TKO/7 10x2
2009-02-21 128 Maureen Shea 128 13-0-0 Madison Square Garden NY, United States W by TKO/10 10x2
2008-11-20 129 Rhonda Luna 129 12-1-1 San Manuel Casino, Highland CA, United States L by Split Decision
2007-11-29 126 Ela Nuñez 126 4-2-0 Marriott Hotel, Irvine CA, United States L TKO/5 5x2
2007-09-27 127 Elizabeth Moreno 128 4-3-2 Marriott Hotel, Irvine CA, United States W UD/4 4x2
2007-07-19 128 Crystal Morales 132 6-6-1 Marriott Hotel, Irvine CA, United States W UD/4 4x2
2006-04-20 134 Miriam Nakamoto 138 1-0-0 Marriott Hotel, Irvine CA, United States L UD/4 4x2
2006-02-23 134 Lisa Martin 134 2-3-0 Marriott Hotel, Irvine CA, United States W UD/4 4x2
2005-02-11 138 Mirelle Walford 140 0-0-0 Broncos Leagues Club, Queensland, Australia W UD/4 4x2
2004-04-23 127 Holly Ferrnely 129 1-4-1 Southport RSL Queensland, Australia W UD/6 6x2
2004-04-03 128 Leona Nicholls 126 0-1-0 Shire Hall, Gatton, Queensland, Australia W UD/3 3x2
2003-11-28 133 Sharon Bischoff 135 0-0-0 Southport RSL, Queensland, Australia W TKO/2 3x2
2003-08-22 139 Katrina Harding 140 0-0-0 Southport RSL, Queensland, Australia W UD/3 3x2

Family life and community activities[edit]

Kina’s younger brother Alvaro Malpartida, is also a competitive surfer who has been the Peruvian National Surfing Champion four times and he is currently starting to compete in international surfing events. Currently on the Internet there are many fan clubs of Kina. The number of fans in Facebook alone, in South America exceeds one hundred seventy thousand and growing. Kina has managed to develop an enormous following -with a sold-out event on her first defense of the WBAWorld Champion title.

The leadership of Kina winning and defending successfully her WBA Championship Belt, has caused her to become a role model for women and children in South America. In July 2009 the powerful Latin Business Association (LBA), during their Annual Sol Awards Ceremony at the Century Biltmore Hotel awarded Kina the Chairman’s Global Leadership Award due to her outstanding role as a leader at a global level and as a role model for women and children.

On June 7, 2012, Kina was involved in a criminal incident in Lima when she was pulled over by a police patrol after she was leaving a nightclub called "El Dragon" in the district of Barranco. It was later determined that Malpartida had twice the amount of alcohol level permitted by Peruvian Law while operating a motor vehicle. She was subsequently charged by the D.A. office with a driving under the influence offense for which her driver's license was suspended for 12 months. After entering a guilty plea, she was also forced to pay a fine of 1.800 Nuevos Soles (around 600 U.S. dollars) and do community service hours.

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