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Former Champ Terry Moss Brings WBF Championship Boxing To Atlanta
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PREVIEW   Photo: Fight-Poster for WBF Intercontinental title fight on November 4 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. (Click photo to see full poster).

Former World Strawweight titlist Terry “The Boss” Moss retired as reigning champion ten years ago. But she never left the sport, and has since been active as a trainer and promoter. On Saturday November 4, she will be brining World Boxing Federation (WBF) Championship boxing to Atlanta, Georgia.

Moss, who was inducted into the International Womens Boxing Hall of Fame in 2015 alongside notables such as Laila Ali and Ann Wolfe, has USA-based Nigerian Helen “Iron Lady” Joseph going for the vacant WBF Womens Intercontinental Bantamweight title against Elizabeth Anderson.

The fight between former IBF Intercontinental Champion and world title-challenger Joseph, 14-3-1 (9), and Anderson, 5-8 (1), will headline a card billed as Underground Showdown 2, promoted by Moss´ Big Boss Enterprise at the Buckhead Fight Club.


On the same night, in Henin Beaumont, France, WBF Womens International Light Welterweight ruler Oshin Derieuw, 6-0 (3), will attempt to win the vacant WBF Intercontinental title at the same weight against late substitute, and old foe, Aleksandra Vujovic, 3-4-2 (1) from Serbia.

Derieuw was originally scheduled to face Lela Terashvili, 10-8-1 (4), but the Georgian pulled out less than a week before fight-night due to illness. Vujovic, who lost their first encounter this past April on points, steps in to save the day and is looking for revenge.

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