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SCREENING OF DONNA BIGGERS-JELENA MRDJENOVICH FIGHT FOR WBC
SUPER FEATHERWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP ON
CAROLINA NATIVE AND TRIPLE TITLE-HOLDER
BIGGERS A VETERAN OF THREE FIGHTS AT WHITE ROCK GYM
White Rock Boxing Gym (WRB) at 2150 Dutch Fork Road, White Rock, SC,
reminds boxing fans that Donna Biggers-Jelena Mrdjenovich are
fighting for the WBC Super Featherweight Division Championship of
the World at the Edmonton Community Center in Calgary, Alberta,
Canada on Thursday, March 24.
Donna "Nature Girl" Biggers, a three-time fighter at White Rock
boasting 18 wins, two losses and one draw (14 KOs) currently ranks
as the world's No. 16 Female Boxer in the world.
The 5'2", 128-lb. Biggers, who trains in Spartanburg, holds three
titles won at Carolina venues, including WRB. The Shelby, NC native
claimed the WBE Super Featherweight title on August 28, 2004 in
Greensboro; the WIBC Featherweight title at White Rock on June 18,
2005; and WBB Lightweight title on July 16 in Florence. Her White
Rock appearances, promoted by Head Hunters Boxing, included Fight of
the Night (among male and female fighters), standing-room-only
matches against Tiffany Ibanez in October 2005 and Joy Irvin in
January 2006. Biggers also fought Samantha Browning (who captured
media attention by boxing former skater Tonya Harding), KO-ing
Browning in the first round.
Biggers' one title loss was her news-making fight against Mia St.
John for the vacant IBA title in Beijing, China.
Mrdjenovich, whose stats are 15 wins and one loss, is a native of
Canada's Northwest Territories. She is the No. 1 Female Boxer in the
"The Biggers-Mrdjenovich match is significant because of the title's
importance - the WBC World Title has been held by Muhammad Ali, and Mike
Tyson" said Billy Stanick, owner of White Rock
Gym and owner-CEO of Stanick Sheet Metal and Roofing Company at 5539
Old Bush River Road in Columbia. "We're also excited because Donna's
one of our own."
For more information about WRB, or Donna Biggers, call (803)
798-2266 or visit www.whiterockboxing.com.
White Rock Boxing Gym, an 8,000 square-foot exposition and training
facility, has produced four state Silver Glove Championships and two
state Golden Glove Championships.