Sharon Anyos

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Sharon Anyos
BornSharon Lea Anne Anyos
(1970-10-13) 13 October 1970 (age 50)
Geelong, Victoria, Australia
Other namesWild Thing
Residence Carrara, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
NationalityAustralian
Height164 cm (5 ft 5 in)
Weight128.75 lb (58 kg; 9 st 3 lb)
Division featherweight
Reach169 cm (66.5 in)
Professional boxing record
Total17
Wins14
By knockout4
Losses3
By knockout0
Draws0
Kickboxing record
Total10
Wins7
Losses1
Draws2
Other information
Boxing record from BoxRec

Sharon Lea Anne Anyos (born 13 October 1970, Geelong, Victoria, Australia) is a retired Australian featherweight boxer, kickboxer, karate competitor and model. [1] [2] [3] [4] [5]

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Anyos holds multiple World titles in boxing, including winning the first ever WBC World female featherweight title in 2005 against Marcela Acuña. [6] Anyos successfully defended her World title against Esther Schouten in 2006. Anyos was awarded the WBC World Emeritus title in 2007, alongside other boxing legends including Kostya Tszyu, Vitali Klitschko, Lennox Lewis, Bernard Hopkins, Floyd Mayweather, Érik Morales and Laila Ali. [7]

Championships and awards

Boxing

[8]

Professional boxing record

Professional record summary
17 fights14 wins3 losses
By knockout40
By decision103

[9]

No.ResultRecordOpponentTypeRound, timeDateLocationNotes
17Win14–3 Flag of Thailand.svg Chuthaporn PradissanUD623 Feb 2007 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Southport RSL Club, Southport, Queensland, Australia
16Win13–3 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Esther SchoutenTKO6 (10)
1:37
22 Sep 2006 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Southport Sharks AFL Club, Southport, Queensland, AustraliaRetained WBC female featherweight title
15Win12–3 Flag of Thailand.svg Konsuay DeksukhothaiTKO4 (8)
0:49
9 Jun 2006 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Southport RSL Club, Southport, Queensland, Australia
14Win11–3 Flag of Argentina.svg Marcela Acuna UD1022 Oct 2005 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Gold Coast Convention Centre, Broadbeach, Queensland, AustraliaWon inaugural WBC female featherweight title
13Win10–3 Flag of New Zealand.svg Christina TaiMD631 Mar 2005 Flag of New Zealand.svg The Trusts Arena, Auckland, New Zealand
12Win9–3 Flag of Colombia.svg Nerys RinconTKO7 (10)
0:01
23 Feb 2005 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Vodafone Arena, Melbourne Park, Victoria, AustraliaRetained WBF female featherweight title
11Win8–3 Flag of Trinidad and Tobago.svg Lisa Brown MD1010 Dec 2004 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Southport Sharks AFL Club, Southport, Queensland, AustraliaRetained WBF female featherweight title
10Win7–3 Flag of Thailand.svg Linda TenbergUD101 Oct 2004 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Southport Sharks AFL Club, Southport, Queensland, AustraliaWon vacant WBF female featherweight title
9Lose6–3 Flag of Japan.svg Emiko Raika MD1030 Nov 2003 Flag of Japan.svg Tokyo, JapanFor WIBA featherweight title
8Lose6–2 Flag of Japan.svg Emiko Raika SD1018 Dec 2002 Flag of Japan.svg Tokyo, JapanLosy WIBA featherweight title
7Win6–1 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Holly FerneleyUD630 Nov 2001 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Coolangatta Hotel, Coolangatta, Queensland, Australia
6Win5–1 Flag of the United States.svg Jo WymanUD1014 Oct 2000 Flag of the United States.svg Epicenter, Rancho Cucamonga, California, USAWon WIBA and vacant IBA female featherweight titles
5Win4–1 Flag of the United States.svg Cynthia ProuderUD46 May 2000 Flag of the United States.svg Fantasy Springs Casino, Indio, California, USA
4Lose3–1 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Jane Couch UD1031 Oct 1999 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg David Lloyd Tennis Centre, Raynes Park, London, United KingdomFor vacant WIBF and WBF female lightweight titles
3Win3–0 Flag of New Zealand.svg Wena KarakaUD618 Sep 1999 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Magic Millions Complex, Bundall, Gold Coast, Queensland, AustraliaWon vacant OBA female welterweight title
2Win2–0 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Holly FerneleyUD615 Oct 1998 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Southport RSL Club, Southport, Queensland, AustraliaWon vacant OBA female light-welterweight title
1Win1–0 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Cathy JonesTKO2 (6)
0:53
4 Jul 1998 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Carrara Basketball Stadium, Gold Coast, Queensland, AustraliaWon Australian female lightweight title

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