“Leona” Asenjo has done just that. She capped off her spectacular year by retaining her world title against her tough challenger, the ‘Inca Princess’.
boxing world title fight International Boxing Organization (IBO) he was at home World champion Chilean and Valdivian Daniela “Leona” Asenjo defeated challenger Linda Herrecca from Peru in a match held in Valdivia on Saturday night.
A challenging contender known as the ‘Inca Princess’, despite her extensive scrolling as national champion in Peru, South America and the World Boxing Council (WBC) Latina, Latina, Latina and other countries, the super flyweight failed to seize the locally held title in the category. The World Cup of the World Boxing Association (WBA).
Rekka literally put up a fight, but was defeated by a unanimous jury decision after ten rounds.
“Thank you Linda Recca for a great fight, a great rivalry that gave us. It was not an easy fight, but I am happy and I am grateful to the public, “said the Chilean with Radio Bío Bío. said in a conversation.
By the way, he predicted the future after the victory in his homeland. “2022 was very intense” there was “a lot of work” but in any case 2023 is “hoping to keep defending the world title and possibly win titles from other organizations. ” he emphasized.