Unity Young

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Unity Young (Unitie Young) (born September 22, 1984 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma) is an American boxer in the Minimumweight division.

Pro career[edit]

On March 24, 2006 Cordova won again with a first-round TKO. On July 5, 2006 the two boxers would have a rematch in Colorado Springs and fight took place on ESPN's Friday Night Fights. Unity became famous after being knocked out in that fight with the Mexican American, Chantel Cordova. Teddy Atlas of ESPN would call the bout a one-minute embarrassment for the sport of Boxing, due to the fight lasting less than a minute.[1] This bout was shown on ESPN2.

Boxing Record[edit]


  1. ^ "One Step Forward, Two Steps Back". Women's Boxing Archive Network website. 2006-07-06. Retrieved 2006-07-31. 

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