Patricia Alcivar

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Patricia Alcivar
Statistics
Nickname(s) Patty Boom Boom
Weight(s) Super Flyweight
Height 5'4"
Nationality United States USA Colombia Colombian
Born December 12, 1977
Elmhurst, NY
Stance Right Handed - Boxer/Brawler
Boxing record
Total fights 9
Wins 7
Wins by KO 3
Losses 3
Draws 0
No contests 0

Patricia Alcivar aka "Patty Boom Boom Alcivar"(born December 12, 1977) is a professional boxer, competitive road and adventure racer, model and commercial/fitness actress. Alcivar lives in Forest Hills NY and trains in Manhattan at Trinity Boxing Club[1] in lower Manhattan.

Alcivar was born in Barranquilla, Colombia, but grew up in Jackson Heights, Queens, where her family moved when she was a toddler. She was raised in an abusive household and moved out on her own at the young age of 15. She survived against all odds by working a part-time job to support herself while finishing high school with honors.

Early Martial Arts Career[edit]

Alcivar practiced and competed in the martial art of Kyokushin. She started at the age of 13 and won a world championship at age 18 at the Manhattan Center in 1995.

Amateur Boxing Career[edit]

Alcivar started her amateur Boxing career shortly after winning the world title in Kyokushin. She enrolled in a Boxing Aerobics class where she challenged the coach of the class who was Martin Snow. Alcivar went on to have a fantastic amateur career often noted as a pioneer[2] in women's boxing. She had around 35 amateur fights and won two New York City Daily News Golden Gloves Championships,[3] a national championship and won an international competition. She was the first female boxer to be voted the athlete of the year by the United States Olympic Committee.,[4]

Professional boxing career[edit]

Patricia started her professional Boxing Career on October 9, 2009 with a first-round knockout over Jennifer Batchelder. This fight took place in Columbia, Tennessee. Alcivar then faced Laura Gomez May 16, 2010 in Kissimmee, Florida and won that fight by a fourth-round TKO.[5] For her third fight on August 13, 2010 she won by TKO in the third round over Shari Denise Jacobs in Tampa, Florida.[6] Alcivar then had a rematch with Laura Gomez on March 4, 2011, in Alcivars home town of Queens, New York and was taken the distance for the first time with unanimous decision with all three judges scoring all four rounds for Alcivar.[7] Alcivar defeated Savanna "The Lioness" Hill on April 2, 2011 at Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter, Florida. She won by a decisive 6 round unanimous decision.[8] The cards read 60-54 twice and 60-53. Hill was looking to go several times during the fight and actually appeared to be crying during the fight as she was taking a fierce beating from Alcivar. Alcivar was help guided by Johnny Schulz.

Professional boxing record[edit]

Professional record summary
0 fights 0 wins 0 losses
No. Result Record Opponent Type Round, time Date Location Notes
9 Eileen Olszewski
8 Eileen Olszewski
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

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References[edit]

  • [VIBE Magazine, March 1999, "Mamí Said Knock You Out"]

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