Nitesho Productions WOMEN'S TAG
TEAM BOXING

Women's Tag Team Boxing

On October 19, 1996, a historic event in female prize-fighting was introduced in Canada by promoter Don Arnott. It was the debut of Women's Tag Team Boxing. The action was incredible!

 

 

Pam Fletcher (in blue & white) and Michelle "Mad Dog" Fink (in black) square off at center ring in Women's Tag Team Boxing action in Nanaimo, British Columbia. Fink's partner, Tasha "T-Bone" Brown is ready for a quick tag as her manager, Lorraine Hachey (in white) shouts instructions.

The photo action is from the Women's Tag Team Boxing premiere video "Thunder on the Island—Ladies Night at the Fights".

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The Beban Sisters

Popular female boxer Cathi Beban and her younger sister, Jacqueline, of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, are undefeated in Women's Tag Team Boxing.

 

 

Cathi Beban (left) and Jacqueline Beban appear in the Women's Tag Team Boxing premiere video "Thunder on the Island—Ladies Night at the Fights"

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Nikkita Fox

Nikitta Fox is a petite blonde, only 5'3" tall and 110 lbs. She has a sunny personality, likes to model swimwear and is a voluptuous showstopper (34C - 24 - 34) who works the major boxing cards as round card girl on Canada's Westcoast.

 

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Nikkita is a big fan of women's boxing. She says, "It's great to see more women entering boxing. Whenever they appear, the fans love them. Personally, I think the women boxers put on the best show. They really get in there and go for it!"

Nikkita Fox was the principal round card girl in Nanaimo at the historic premiere of Women's Tag Team Boxing on October 19, 1996. She appears in the live event video "Thunder on the Island—Ladies Night at the Fights".

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Women's Tag Team Boxing Review

Women's Tag Team Boxing is here and it's action-packed!

Recently, I had the exclusive opportunity to attend the advance screening of "Thunder On The Island - Ladies Night at the Fights," featuring REAL, hard-hitting, action-packed women's tag-team boxing.

Women's tag-team boxing is a relatively new concept and is, in my opinion, a great deal more exciting than regular boxing. The main difference is the action is non-stop; there is a time limit and within the time constraints the action is all-out. When one boxer tires she goes to her corner to make the tag and bring in her partner, who is fresh and rested.

The tape features some excellent pugilistic talent, ranging from some lighter weight women all the way up to a 200 pound Washington State powerhouse heavyweight slugger.

If you enjoy women's boxing and especially "Tough Girl" style matches, you'll love this release. The film quality and production are professional all the way, and the matches themselves take place in front of a packed arena of screaming fans, which further adds to the excitement.

This feature, "Thunder On The Island - Ladies Night at the Fights," is now release to direct mail customers. My prediction is the first run of this title should sell out fast.

Check out the Spring 1997 issue of Fighting Females magazine for the introductory story on Women's Tag Team Boxing.

(Review written by J.P. Erickson, publisher & editor, Women's Strength & Power, Vancouver, BC, Canada. J.P. Erickson also is a contributing writer for Fighting Females magazine, Women's Physique World and Ladysports).

 

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