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December 18, 2004 - Bujtosi Sport & Leisure Center, in Nyíregyháza, Hungary
Agnieszka Rylik of Poland successfully defended her junior welterweight title against Iva Weston, 18,  in a ten-round title bout.  Rylik won by a unanimous decision. Final judges scores were 100-90 on all cards.  JollyDee wrote, "In nearly a  full house in Bujtosi Sport & Leisure Center, Nyíregyháza, Hungary, (attendance of cca. 2500) watched the two ladies' entries. After their introductions and compulsory protocol the match started.  Rylik immediately came out aggressively with throwing some nice left-hook and straight right combinations that stunned the opponent, who didn't find any answers for Agnieszka's attacks. In the 2nd and 3rd rounds it was clear for the defender, she still followed the usually power-box but at this period Weston with stepping backward style neutralized Rylik's punch. In the 4th round both boxers got a little bit tired, but Rylik still won the round.  From the start of the 5th round, Weston really focused on hanging on to finish until the 10th round what is finally she got it. (Weston was down in 6th and final round but the referee did not count, because the referee meant it a slip.)  Through the entire bout, Rylik controlled the pace of the fight, with Weston only having a few moments."
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