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Jackie Nava

This name uses Spanish naming customs; the first or paternal family name is Nava and the second or maternal family name is Mouett.
Jackie Nava
Statistics
Real name Jacqueline Nava Mouett
Nickname(s) Princesa Azteca
Rated at Super Featherweight
Featherweight
Super Bantamweight
Bantamweight
Height 5 ft 4 in (163 cm)
Reach 67 in (170 cm)
Nationality Mexico Mexican
Born (1980-04-11) April 11, 1980 (age 34)
Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 28
Wins 23
Wins by KO 11
Losses 3
Draws 2
No contests 0

Jacqueline Nava Mouett (born April 11, 1980 in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico) is a Mexican boxer in the Super Featherweight division[1] and is managed by former world champion Erik Morales.[2] She's best known for being the first ever Women's WBC Champion (Laila Ali was the second).[3][4]

Professional career

In April 2004, she won the Mexican National Super Bantamweight Championship by Knocking out Ofelia Dominguez.[5]

WBA Female Bantamweight Championship

Jackie would win her first world title, the WBA Female Bantamweight Championship by beating Martha Leticia Arevalo in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico.[6]

WBC Female Super Bantamweight Championship

On May 5, 2005 Nava won the first ever WBC Female Champion. When she beat Leona Brown to win the Inaugural WBC Female Super Bantamweight Championship.[7]

Interim WBC Female Super Bantamweight Championship

During 2007 she beat Donna Biggers and won the Interim WBC Female Super Bantamweight Championship.[8]

In her last fight she beat Maria Andrea Miranda to keep her title.[9][10]

See also

References

External links

  • BoxRec


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