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Natalya Ragozina — She fights like a girl, Russian model is World Super Middleweight champion

Russians like Kostya Tszyu or Nikolay Valuev have become household names in the world of boxing. But theres another one, Natalia Ragozina – the undisputed womens champion, who has defended her 7 titles 21 times.

Moscow’s Natasha Ragozina is the world’s top female boxer. She is also glamorous and has a happy family life. But she won’t be sheer happy until she’s fought Ali and won – not Mohammed Ali though, but his daughter Leila.


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Natalia Yurievna Ragozina (Russian: Наталья Юрьевна Рагозина), better known as Natascha Ragosina, is an undefeated retired professional boxer who spent much of her career ranked as the top female super middleweight in the world.[1] Though born in Kazakhstan (formerly a part of the Soviet Union) and currently residing in Germany,[2] she competed professionally for Russia and is of Russian descent.[2] She is the longest reigning WBA female super middleweight champion and WBC female super middleweight champion. At the time of her retirement, she held all major female super middleweight titles and two heavyweight belts:

  • IWBF (International Women’s Boxing Federation) super middleweight title
  • WIBF (Women’s International Boxing Federation) super middleweight title
  • WIBA (Women’s International Boxing Association) super middleweight title
  • Global Boxing Union Female super middleweight title
  • WBC female super middleweight title
  • WBA female super middleweight title
  • WIBC super middleweight title
  • WIBF (Women’s International Boxing Federation) heavyweight title
  • WBF (Women’s Boxing Federation) heavyweight title
    Natalia Ragozina

    Natalia Ragozina

    Real name Natalia Yurievna Ragozina
    Nickname(s) The Russian Tsarina
    Miss Sledgehammer
    Rated at Super middleweight
    Height 1.81 m (5 ft 11 12 in)
    Nationality Russian
    Born 5 April 1976 (age 36)
    Karaganda, Kazakh SSR, Soviet Union (now Kazakhstan)
    Stance Orthodox
    Boxing record
    Total fights 22
    Wins 22
    Wins by KO 13
    Losses 0
    Draws 0
    No contests 0