|Real name||Christina Rupprecht|
|Height||1.53 m (5 ft 0 in)|
|Born||23 August 1992|
|Wins by KO||3|
Christina Rupprecht (born 23 August 1992) is a German professional boxer who has held the WBC female mini-flyweight title since 2018. As an amateur she won multiple German national titles. As of May 2020, she is ranked as the world's third best active female mini-flyweight by BoxRec.
Two years prior to switching to boxing at the age of 14, Tina Rupprecht had joined her childhood boyfriend in kickboxing lessons. kg). Rupprecht participated in the 2010 European Youth & Junior Women's Championships, where, in her first tournament bout, she was defeated by the subsequent champion Maja Strömberg by 1:9 points. 2011 and 2012, she won the German championships in women's light flyweight. In addition, Rupprecht won the Bavarian championship in 2012, which she was able to repeat in 2013. After a dispute with the German Boxing Federation (Deutscher Boxsport-Verband), with a record of 30 wins, 5 losses and 1 draw, she switched to professional boxing.Competing for 1. Boxclub Haan Augsburg e.V., she won the 2009 and 2010 German amateur championships for juniors aged under 19 years in paper weight (up to 46
With Rupprecht boxing in a weight class attracting only a small number of boxers, arranging fights with competitors on par is difficult. On 7 December 2013, she won her first professional bout at just 50 seconds into the first round by technical knockout.She defeated the opponents of her second and third boxing match in the bouts' first rounds as well. Winning against Spanish Joana Pastrana in October 2016, Rupprecht obtained the vacant WBC silver miniumweight title. In May 2017, she won the vacant IBO minimumweight inter-continental championship defeating Venezuelan Luisana Bolívar. Winning against French Anne Sophie Da Costa on 2 December 2017, Rupprecht obtained the title of WBC interim world champion becoming the mandatory challenger for the world championship. After reigning champion Momo Koseki retired from boxing in January 2018, Costa Rican Yokasta Valle was named Rupprecht's opponent for the world championship. Tina Rupprecht won the bout taking place in Munich on 16 June 2018 by unanimous decision, becoming WBC world champion.
|14 fights||12 wins||1 loss|
|14||Loss||12–1–1||Seniesa Estrada||UD||10||25 Mar 2023||Save Mart Center, Fresno, California, U.S.||Lost WBC female mini-flyweight title;|
For WBA female mini-flyweight title
|13||Win||12–0–1||Rocio Gaspar||UD||10||10 Dec 2022||Roemerhalle, Heilbronn, Germany||Retained WBC female mini-flyweight title|
|12||Win||11–0–1||Katia Gutiérrez||SD||10||24 Jul 2021||Hydro-Tech Eisarena, Königsbrunn, Germany||Retained WBC female mini-flyweight title|
|11||Win||10–0–1||Catalina Diaz||UD||10||21 Dec 2019||Cruise Terminal Altona, Hamburg, Germany||Retained WBC female mini-flyweight title|
|10||Draw||9–0–1||Maricela Quintero||SD||10||6 Apr 2019||Ballhausforum, Unterschleißheim, Germany||Retained WBC female mini-flyweight title|
|9||Win||9–0||Niorkis Carreno||UD||10||15 Dec 2018||Stockschützenhalle, Kühbach, Germany||Retained WBC female mini-flyweight title|
|8||Win||8–0||Yokasta Valle||UD||10||16 Jun 2018||Ballhausforum, Unterschleißheim, Germany||Retained WBC interim female mini-flyweight title|
|7||Win||7–0||Anne Sophie Da Costa||UD||10||2 Dec 2017||Stockschützenhalle, Kühbach, Germany||Won vacant WBC interim female mini-flyweight title|
|6||Win||6–0||Luisana Bolívar||MD||10||6 May 2017||Hydro-Tech Eisarena, Königsbrunn, Germany||Won vacant IBO Inter-Continental female mini-flyweight title|
|5||Win||5–0||Joana Pastrana||UD||10||7 Oct 2016||Eventcenter, Königsbrunn, Germany||Won vacant WBC Silver female mini-flyweight title|
|4||Win||4–0||Yana Denisova||UD||6||22 May 2016||Antey Sports Palace, Tambov, Russia|
|3||Win||3–0||Viktorija Mihailova||TKO||1 (4), 1:27||16 Apr 2016||FFC 56, Koblenz, Germany|
|2||Win||2–0||Ramona Panait||KO||1 (4), 1:19||17 May 2014||Kongress am Park, Augsburg, Germany|
|1||Win||1–0||Helena Tosnerova||TKO||1 (4), 0:50||7 Dec 2013||Boxclub Haan, Augsburg, Germany|
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